It took me a very long time to come around and watch this movie because everyone online had so many great things to say about it so I automatically had a weird feeling inside that it just won't be THAT good...
Hey, loving people of the blog. I'm here after a long time and back with a bang! I always have others telling me to watch movies and as a good movie buff, make a list of it. So that I stick to my words, I'm making a list of films I'll realistically watch and promised... Continue Reading →
Don't wait for approval. If you want something go and get it because even in the loneliest moments, it is you who collects yourself. How are you going to miss out so much life in this little world if you wait for the same fingers who bookmark every mistake you have ever made and find... Continue Reading →
Can someone teach me how to protect yourself from sadness without protecting yourself from happiness.
I finished watching Sunetra's episode of Who Do You Think You Are, not knowing it'll be taken back to her Bengali heritage because I'm a rebel and I don't read the summary before pressing play. Firstly, I cried in 3 places and didn’t understand how much this episode would move me. I resonated with Sunetra... Continue Reading →
TOP 10 FILMS OF 2016
Again its been another slow year for movies with a terrible summer season. We had blockbusters that were enjoyable such as Civil War and Rogue One then we had complete disappointments such as Batman v Superman. Other big contenders for the years best films didn’t impress me as it did for other critics such as Hidden Figures, Hacksaw Ridge, Hell or High Water and Fences. Towards the end of the year most of the oscar bait films came out and per usual this was full of the years quality releases. Now my Top 10 is about a month late this year, purely because of the the late U.K release dates. However, I did manage to catch some films at London Film Festival this year so i’ve patiently been waiting the last few films to get released over here. Once again we have certain films like last…
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Drama Film - 2hrs Director - Garth Davis This extraordinary true story of how a small Indian boy from Ganesh Talai, is estranged from his hometown by some ill fated disaster. Through trials and tribulations he is adopted by an Australian couple and then growing into his adulthood, obviously far from home, uses Google Maps... Continue Reading →