This was a watch out of curiosity. And I am glad I did. It is a film made by a relatively new director Yui Kiyohara who has only made one other movie in which information, let alone pictures, are hard to come by. Yui Kiyohara studied under horror director Kiyoshi Kurosawa who has many works … Continue reading Our House (2017) – Sharing Unnatural Space
Rarely one comes across a true crime documentary that so differs from the usual gritty, scandalous and sensationalised style that has become the norm whenever a case is made for the screen that it takes one by surprise. Usually there is video footage, quick edits, rock music, a voice over that can border on annoying … Continue reading Rainy in Glenageary | The Murder of Raonaid Murray (2019)
This is a good movie! Like, laugh out loud until it hurts good! Sure, there are some plot contrivances at the end and a few comic bits can go too fast and thus the story too complicated for those who haven't watched enough Indian cinema. But really, this is a good entertaining movie. Drag your … Continue reading Dream Girl (2019) – Some Like it Hot on The Phone
I will not lie and say that I did not enjoy this movie. As someone who watched the series when it aired, got caught up in the drama, the costumes, the time period and all the nudges of progress shown in the show. It still remains one of my favourites, cheesiness, occasional unfortunate writing and … Continue reading Downton Abbey (2019) – The Beloved Series Gets A Grand Finale!
I haven't done a review in a while. Been in a kind of a slump, partly because I didn't want to burn myself out, then there's the fact that I didn't know what I should review and then - on a personal matter - a family tragedy happened unexpectedly that effected things. Well, now I … Continue reading Rangeela (1995) – A Colourful Love Triangle with Two Strong Shades and One Clear One