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Great Films aren’t just good cinematic experience, it’s life wrapped in moving images making us change the way we look at something. If it’s not a life altering experience, it’s not a great film.

WARNING: REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS It is palpably possible that one loses track of time amidst his own reckonings and distractions. The clock is a coherent device, capable of an audit …
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Reviewed by: Suvo Pyne Inland Empire is a difficult film to watch. Even before the film takes a sharp turn in style of filmmaking in the middle act, upon which …
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A common quality that many humans share is consistent self-doubt. We are our own worst critics, which can impede our ability to take pride in our accomplishments. This self-doubt also places limits on our means to embrace human connection, creating further alienation and isolation. Spiralling loneliness can manifest in depression, anger, and overall poor health and well-being. “Punch-Drunk Love” is a 2002 film directed by Paul Thomas Anderson told through the eyes of a toilet plunger salesman who faces this very ordeal.
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Within all the earth shattering revelations and horror, there’s a sense of hope in Incendies. This very core of hope makes it a more memorable and essential viewing experience. It tells you to add up all the anger and rage that slowly kills you from within along with the bonds that are a necessity. The final answer, though overtly personal and devastating, still feels relevant. Making Incendies an absorbing and emotional film that deserves accolades of the highest order.
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Let me tell you a story before I ‘try’ to write on ‘Kaili Blues.’ A middle-aged man caged in a shabby room, torn between emotional catharsis and physical world, torn …
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Manchester By The Sea, directed by Kenneth Lonergan is the cinematic expression of the term “Happy Sad” (made popular by John Carney’s delightful Sing Street, also released in 2016). Although …
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