MIDSOMMAR: Movie Review

Following the extensive critical acclaim of his last film Hereditary, director Ari Aster returns with a new nightmarish vision in his sophomore venture, Midsommar. Both films seem to share the same DNA- not only in their craft and execution, but also in certain key aspects of their plots. Ultimately, however, Aster’s new venture doesn’t quite live […]

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Annabelle Comes Home marks the newest entry in the ever-growing cinematic universe of the Conjuring franchise. The film, which also serves as the third Annabelle film, finds itself placed within a long and complicated cinematic timeline that spans seven different films. Despite being predated by six similar films (two of which have been about the titular […]

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GAME OVER: Movie Review

The following review is part of an online series entitled ‘Best Indian Films of 2019’. The reviews are being published in no particular ranking/order. Game Over is a Telegu film film directed by Ashwin Saravanan that has been dubbed into Tamil and Hindi for a worldwide multi-lingual release. The film, which stars Taapsee Pannu in […]

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THE HATE U GIVE: Movie Review

George Tillman Jr.’s The Hate U Give is a 2018 film based on the acclaimed YA novel of the same name by Angie Thomas. This film adaptation is a powerful, gripping, gut-wrenching, and moving piece of work that features a strong ensemble cast and a well-written as well as sensitive but power-packed script. At a rather lengthy […]

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The latest HBO mini-series that has taken the world by storm, Chernobyl, is created and written by Craig Mazin and directed by Johan Renck. The show, which has received acclaim from critics and audiences alike, has already been given the title of the highest rated TV show on IMDB and has caused tourists to flock to […]

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Nahnatchka Khan, executive producer of Fresh Off The Boat, directs this new rom-com Netflix film starring Ali Wong and Randall Park. This film is an all-out entertainer that uses its zippy pacing, skillful direction, strong performances, and light-hearted tone to keep you entertained and invested throughout its short 1h 42m runtime. Randall Park and Ali Wong […]

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