The plot is simple. A team lead by Vikram (R Madhavan), a ruthless, no-nonsense encounter cop, is on the hunt to capture/kill a dreaded gangster Vedha (Vijay Sethupathi). In this battle of good versus evil, as audiences we are left to pick a side but everything you see is not what you believe. There’s always another side to everything in life and Vikram Vedha, in the most entertaining fashion, makes its viewers understand this philosophy. … [Read more...] about Vikram Vedha movie review: Madhavan, Vijay Sethupathi thriller is a film to remember
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Phantom Thread is aided by a remarkable score by Jonny Greenwood — the sort of wall-to-wall score that could very easily become distracting, but here, behaves more like a veteran butler, never attracting too much attention, but always there, ready to help — and intricate sound design — the deafening sound of butter being scraped onto toast, of the rustle of fine fabric against a large woman’s body, and of needles piercing cloth with the viciousness of a knife-stabbing. … [Read more...] about Phantom Thread movie review: Daniel Day-Lewis’ final film is an unforgettable masterpiece
We are perhaps only a few years away from losing the last remaining survivors of the Holocaust. On both sides. Soon enough, we will not have first-hand human accounts to rely upon, but books and films. Jojo Rabbit’s legacy will be vital in shaping future generations’ idea of not just the massacre of six million Jews, but also of humanity in general — of the evil we were capable of, and left unchecked, the evil we are capable of repeating. … [Read more...] about Jojo Rabbit movie review: Taika Waititi humanises Hitler in the most well-made bad movie of 2019
The Israeli filmmaker, best known for having created the series Prisoners of War, remade in the US as Homeland and in India as POW, directs The Red Sea Diving Resort as a television pilot, with very little cinematic flair. The problems can be traced to his rather rudimentary script, which seems to have been restrained within self-imposed boundaries, instead of taking full advantage of the largely unrestricted possibilities of streaming. … [Read more...] about The Red Sea Diving Resort movie review: Chris Evans sinks to career low with distressingly drab Netflix film
The top actor, along with the wanderer, known for his daredevilry in traversing and surviving in some of the most treacherous terrains in the world, have begun filming in the Bandipur woods, noted for its tiger reserve and biodiversity. PTI Sources close to the actor told that he left on Monday to Mysore for the shoot and is expected to complete it soon and return to the city. … [Read more...] about Now, watch Man Vs Wild with ‘Thalaiva’ Rajinikanth and Bear Grylls!