Rashomon (1950) provides contradictory narratives of the same event highlighting the selfishness persistent among humankind.
There will be blood is surely an unnerving title to a film. Daniel Day-Lewis's performance in the 2007 period film is astounding ...
The crime docu-series is based on the Burari deaths the made to headlines in 2018. It accounts for the experiences of different stakeholders.
Devi looks into the religious dogmatism of 19th Century Bengal. It assesses critical concerns of science, identity, and deification.
Memories of murder sheds light on the activities of unidentified serial killer. It is a social commentary drawn from true events.
Howl's moving castle reflects on metaphors of beauty and love. It traces the silver lining of the dark clouds of prejudices.
Ringu(1998) explores Japanese myths, curses to produce a digitally relevant ghost. Logic and metaphors of technology substantiate horror.
As a Vertigo Movie Review, the article delves into the paradox of crime and victimhood highlighting cynicism that delights the audience.
Sonata 2017 breaks free from the shackles of mainstream cinema by portraying independent and opinionated women in various stages of life.