The Nice Guys 2016 Review
I don't know if this is pressure from the golden
age of Television or the mainstream is getting it's shit together in shame or both but Hollywood is pumping up consistently watchable movies this year.
Nice Guys is one of the better ones from..... read the full review
Spectre (2015) Review
Spectre is full of surprises, good ones at that. Glad I didn't went from the mainstream reviews for spectre is hugely underrated. Another lesson learnt, watch movies at random, the snobbish debauchery of only viewing
highly rated ones is faulty and counterproductive of what reviewing stands for..... read the full review
Senna 2010 documentary Analysis
Senna is a rare breed of documentary filmmaking that is more thrilling than a big-budget summer flick, has such deep insights into the life of Aryton senna and the nuances of F1 racing that it creates an admiration of motor-sports in everyone.
For the enthusiasts, it’s an up-close and personal love affair with the greatest moments in F1 history when Senna redefined the limits of Driving, ever so intense, ever so on the edgea.
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Cobain: Montage of Heck (2015) Analysis
Montage of Heck is a noisy puff piece which obscures the reality underneath tons of vfx, animation and voice overs of people whom Kurt Cobain hated with passion. It is understandable that a documentary
of such high production value has to avoid controversies and be as neutral as possible. How can the irony be lost on them that Kurt Cobain’s life was riddled with controversial.... read the full review
Slacker is an experimental approach to film-making, an obvious fact considering it came from the Linklater cannon. Many of his works are intellectual masterpieces and
his style is always refreshingly different. I’ve so many good things to say about Slacker, let’s just start with that it is remarkably transparent..... read the full review
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)
The name is deceiving if you really think about it, or maybe it is just hell bent to prove everything we know about neurology wrong. The pivotal concept around
which the movie revolves is that if we burn through the neurons and synapses associated with the memories of a person, we can erase that person from the psyche....
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The Tree of Life (2011)
The tree of life is not for everyone, it tests the patience of even the most forgiving “slow-burner” enthusiasts.
It is very heavy on self-indulgent symbolism with oodles of breathtaking psychedelic imagery. The first 30 minutes are a splendid spectacle created by universe while
creating itself.... read the full review
Hard Candy (2005)
When the movie started I was mildly impressed by the director’s work. Creating such a sleazy and uneasy atmosphere without giving up what we’re getting into is a job well done,
that feeling didn’t last, though ... read the full review
Blood Diamond (2006)
What a mainstream and typical Hollywood big-budget boom bang fiesta have to do with third-world resource exploitation and Economic
Imperialism? Nothing; you might say,
it’s just some good ol’ guilt free fun where muricans “win” and never die. ... read the full review
Milk is a historical drama based on a true chain of events starting from the gay refuge in Castro district,
crescendoing into a nationwide proverbial closet rupturing ... read the full review
The story of 34-0 light-heavyweight champion Billy “the great” hope, who after an “accident” loses
all the hope in the dungeons of self-loathing and melancholy... read the full review
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