Subtraction is one of the best Iranian films of the year and is a must watch for those who want to see two great actors at their very best.
Though the film wants to be as sharp as a scalpel in dissecting the intricacies of married relationships in our contemporary society, it falls short and fails to deliver the sharpness and depth it aims for.
99 Homes is a powerhouse film that sheds light on the eviction process people have to go thru and in almost every case they do lose everything.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem (2023) looks visually stunning with great voice casts but the script and music in the second half bring it down.
Privacy (2023) is the kind of film that pushes you to be uneasy as the very thought of being watched creates a sense of paranoia that is hard to brush off.
Tora's Husband is a film that observes a small business owner as he navigates the different colors of life during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The only place to watch this film is on the biggest screen possible as it is filled with sweeping cinematography, career defining performances and surreal visual effects which will blow you off your seats and leave you speechless as the credits begin to roll.
Director Don Palathara has crafted a brutally authentic film where lingering static shots with minute invisible details tell a story where the audience serves as a witness in every scene.