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Make sure you work hard, whispers Mendes so-not-arrogantly. It has to melt you down. I mean, it even took those brave souls down. The co-writer and director Sam Mendes is an authentic filmmaker. More practical than cinematic. More simple than complex. More mythological than political. And to drive all that authenticity, you need something pure…

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The Bourne Ultimatum

Okay! So forget everything you know and expect from Jason Bourne. This is entirely new. It is entertaining. It is thrilling. The director Paul Greengrass had an epiphany. That’s an exaggeration. But, stay with me. Whatever that I had mentioned or you have experienced in the previous two chapters, he has broken down into a…

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The Bourne Supremacy 

Probably the oddest or the most unique entry in the history of mid chapters of trilogies. Maybe that is why it is both timely and satisfying. The director Paul Greengrass has done something that very few filmmakers have done while contributing like such to a trilogy. And that is, he isn’t interested in leaving his…

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6 Underground

If Underground signifies the filth and dirt and not the root and the grounding of the establishment that storytelling is, then it is way deeper than you can imagine. I had to take a shower after finishing it. The director, Michael Bay has left me, and probably larger margin of his audience, speechless. There could…

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Cobra Kai

Following follows the first two season. The 80s hip and happening cultural shot gets a love letter it needs, not the one it deserves, though. The creators of this YouTube series are clearly fans of the characters and their legacy more than they are of the film itself. And that very passion of theirs is…

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