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Great Films

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.

Science fiction movies are rarely about science. In fact, the ostentatious CGI-dependent, invasion-centered storylines we are repeatedly subjected to strictly restricts the sci-fi genre. A lot of sci-fi features exist completely outside the …
A Short Film About Killing

Krzysztof Kieslowski’s ‘A Short Film About Killing’ is a disconcerting drama about societal violence and its hypocrisy to distinguish one form of killing of a being from another. Kieslowski himself wrote in the …

One of the earliest movie crazes of the 1930s was a rash of gangster films. Most gangster films (particularly the American), from the 30s to now, follow a predictable pattern: a young small-time …
Repast 1951

There’s a wonderful ambiguity in the quiet, self-contained on-screen persona of Setsuko Hara, best known for her phenomenal performance in Ozu’s Noriko Trilogy – Late Spring (1949), Early Summer (1951), and Tokyo Story …

Inside Llewyn Davis Review: In Greek Mythology, once returned home after the wars he has fought, Ulysses thirsted for more. A spirit guided by restlessness, he reeked of discontent and did not desire …
Oslo August 31st

In the oceanic library of world cinema, there are quite a few films that have delved into the inner turmoil of their protagonists with deep empathy, but only a handful of them can …