Better than Season 1!
As Season 1 of the Family Man ended on a cliffhanger, Season 2 picks up the story with Srikant (Manoj Bajpayee) leaving TASC unhappy with how things ended with his last mission. The attack is termed as a “gas leak” due to a technical fault rather than what it really was. Milind (Sunny Hinduja) and Zoya (Shreya Dhanwanthary) make it out alive from the gas plant. Zoya has lost movement in her lower limbs, and Milind is battling trauma, while Zoya is stranded on a wheelchair for life.
With the conventional 9–5 job, Srikant shifts his…
Genre: Action, Horror, Thriller, Crime
Army of the Dead is written and directed by Zack Snyder. Starring Dave Bautista, Ella Purnell, Omari Hardwick, Mathias Schweighöfer, and an extended ensemble cast during a zombie outbreak. The survivors are living on the outskirts of Las Vegas — right outside the city which confines the screeching mind eaters.
It opens with a captivating scene where a military truck is transporting something dangerous out of Area 51 when they are met in an accident. Their package is compromised, and even with a platoon’s entire arsenal at their service, they are ordered to retreat immediately…
Does it work as a movie?
Kimetsu no Yaiba: Mugen Train is the first movie under this insanely popular title. With the help of ufotable’s unlimited budget, they have knocked it out of the park. Mild spoilers ahead.
It starts from where we left in the previous season. Muzan Kibutsuji had convened his lower rank moons. To my dismay, characters with great designs were killed and only one of them survived to receive his blood as a power-up. Now he is on a train, planning to terrorize its passengers without realizing that our cast of characters is boarding it to…
It has been almost twenty years since Christopher Nolan’s Memento was released and quite frankly, there’s not been any other movie quite like it, not so much because of its story but because of the way it’s told.
It’s one of those movies where I felt I was watching it again for the first time. …
It’s been a few days since the 93rd Academy Awards, we still do not have a host, and those of us who watched it know how much we needed one this year. Viewership dropped by almost 57%, and the academy proved that they might not be as biased as we thought. People were expecting this drop in viewership, many concerning that an industry that suffered exponentially last year shouldn’t really be giving themselves a pat on the back. Nevertheless, the Oscars happened and we have some interesting winners you should definitely check out!
The winner was Promising Young Woman despite…
Does it really even matter? Spoilers ahead.
Yeah, so, Inception, right? The film where the majority of the plot revolves around the concept of a dream within a dream within a dream. The one who left the audience scratched their head and started Reddit debates that are alive till this date, even after about 10 years since its release.
Before we objectify the ending result of the film, let us go back a bit and see what the film was about making our ways to the end and lifting subtle cues in between to see if we can make sense…
Many of us thought that the tradition of celebrating the best of what the cinema had to offer was not going to happen in 2020. However, with the tumultuous year behind us, The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has rolled down their red carpets and the nominations have been made.
Mank, The Father, Promising Young Woman, Nomadland, Trial of Chicago 7, Judas and the Black Messiah, My current favourite Sound of Metal and my most anticipated film of last year, Minari are competing for the place of best picture.
Genre: Dark, Comedy, Thriller, Crime
In I Care a lot, writer-director J Bleakson tries to recapture the magic Rosamund Pike created with David Fincher in Gone Girl. This film, while dissimilar in the plot, it explores similar themes with the idea of capitalism at its center. Manipulation, misogyny, dishonesty, and usage of media to construct a positive narrative about our protagonist.
Rosamund Pike plays the role of a sociopathic woman who drains the elderly of their life savings. She meets her match when she goes for her next lamb.
Genre: Drama, Music
Sound of metal is an empathetic character piece which feels more terrifying than any of the horror movies of last year. It shows the life of a drummer as it is sent into a downward spiral after he starts to lose his hearing. In his theatrical debut as a director, Darius Marder has been successful in enveloping the audience not only by expertly capturing the raw performance of our actors but by also overseeing the claustrophobic sound design for it.
Riz Ahmed elevates the script. With his nuanced acting he is able to capture the dichotomous struggle…
Genre: Thriller, Drama, Crime
“I Saw the Devil” is a 2010 South Korean action thriller directed by Kim Jee-woon and written by Park Hoon-jung. Starring Lee Byung-hun and Choi Min-sik, the film follows NIS agent Kim Soo-hyun (Lee), who embarks on a quest of revenge when his fiancée is brutally murdered by the psychopathic serial killer Jang Kyung-chul (Choi).
The movie opens with Joo-yeon(Oh San Ha) in her car, talking to her fiancee Kim Soo‑hyeon (Lee Byung‑hun) who is an agent of the National Intelligence Service, as she waits for a tow-truck. Kyung‑Chul (Choi Min‑sik) approaches Joo-yeon and offers help…