While Swara Bhaskar sells the sex siren role, the one-note definition becomes monotonous as the series progresses.
You have Mayroun and the Unicorn by Nadine Labaki & Khaled Mouzanar, which is an uninterrupted scene of a daughter in her dad’s office.
The film’s mature writing ensures that these characters come across as real people, and not just archetypes.
The film shows some promise in the opening scenes which carry a sense of foreboding. Much attention has been paid to how the environment should react to certain events.
Back when it was first created in 1959, it captured the mood of the times and managed to explore horror and thriller elements in a sci-fi backdrop.
Dark, set in a small German town Winden, is about a series of missing children and supernatural occurrences that change the lives of a few families.
The case of Artemis Fowl is a curious one.
It’s a dance between entertaining conversations and energetic montages, flavoured all the while by a score, which includes, quite relevantly, a remix of Alaipayuthey Kanna.
It’s the same slur he’s been using to flame anti-Bihari sentiments in a Mumbai chawl. Here, though, the context is revised.
This is one of those films that makes the viewer work for the answers they are seeking
A slender mix of supernatural horror and social commentary, Bulbbul — produced by Anushka Sharma and out on Netflix — is a bewitching tale of trauma and heartbreak.
It is said that The Sinner was initially conceived as a close-ended series based on German writer Petra Hammesfahr’s book of the same name.
The 92-minutes film isn’t about fancy long shots across the length of the fuselage to capture emotions of occupants; it’s about plain capturing of the emotions and actions of two individuals.
Often, the stakes in these films concerned the safety and security of a child. It’s at this juncture that we meet her again, ten years after she took a break from Hindi screens.
The one person to truly emerge unscathed from Penguin is the one whose character suffers the most within it: Keerthy Suresh.