Netflix’s latest offering, Society of the Snow is a must-watch, no matter how uncomfortable it might make you feel.
Good Grief serves as a reminder of the well-rounded talents of Levy himself, above all else. Yet, the film arguably leaves viewers wanting more – and not in the way Levy may have intended.
Ferrari is Michael Mann's weakest movie till date. The movie suffers from a poor script that just does nothing to grab the viewer's attention.
The mesmerizing Icelandic landscape shown in Godland serves as an unforgiving character that constantly reminds the audience how stunning yet devastating it can be at the same time.
12th Fail serves as a stern commentary on the societal dynamics where education becomes a vital tool for individuals from less privileged backgrounds to claim their deserved rights and respect under the sun.
Kho Gaye Hum Kahan serves up a substantial narrative feast, but it falls short of attaining satisfying coherence, leaving untapped potential in its wake.
Three of Us evokes a level of poignancy that is rare and unique; the feeling persists long after the film's heartbreakingly poignant last minutes on screen.
The real beauty of the film lies in the extremely rich visuals; the superb camera-work and the typical Wongish blend of music with the striking visuals.
Though Salaar is a technical triumph, a notable deficiency lies in the emotional trajectory of the protagonist, which doesn't quite reach the depth achieved by Rocky in the KGF.
The story is about Taapsee Pannu's character but somehow SRK is in the limelight throughout the film mainly due to a weak script.