Monos

It is a film that is not advised to see at night or day or alone, just stand on your toes. Alejandro Landes, the writer and the director of this adventure has a way too explosive nature to be coherent in his speech. And yet, everything is sound and clear by the end of the…

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The Game

I use the word “bratty” for the way it is endorsed, there is no thrill if there is no empathy. Fincher’s bratty film is in no way near the genre it claims for. Not thrilling, nor mysterious, no drama. The only possible way it would fall under the section “crime” is if we arrest it…

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Ocean’s Twelve

I know I come under a minority section, but I think that this chapter captured the essence of the cast perfectly. Soderberg’s second round and personal favourite was never actually shot. Or more actually it was just shot. Not planned, nor choreographed, no script, nothing. In the previous film’s shooting, the things that went out…

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Ocean’s Eleven

Start the car at your own risk, the getaway driver has another place to be. Soderberg’s smoothest and underappreciated trilogy started from this standard chapter. I’d like to think that this is very much in similar to Rian Johnson’s films. In the sense that the plot is incredibly thick and easily flamboyant in any circumstances…

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The Lost City Of Z

The performance is exceptionally and deliberately messy in contrast to the coherent world; what a great match! Gray is a beautiful filmmaker. You know that idea of sipping your warm coffee on a rainy Saturday evening and reading a book, that is romanticized in every frame of the film. And if you thought Quentin Tarantino…

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Ready Or Not

It is not the game and not the rules, it is just that you are not ready for this, you don’t want to be. Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett, the director and the creator of the film and this incredibly catchy rituals and traditions are gathering crowd like a social media site. And the sad…

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A Monster Calls

Not only all the stories are messy and dark but they are awfully clean as well, this will tuck you right into sleep. Bayona is so focused, so invested in his characters that he might not even consider where they reside in. And frankly, he shouldn’t, definitely not if this self-centered vision of his pitches…

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Inception

All the over-the-top images; more like a painting, are justified by reasoning, science and a little bit of imagination. Nolan is a filmmaker to be afraid of. What P.T. Anderson did for straight three hours in Magnolia, you are going to have that same exhausting experience in this visual galore. Inception deals with a metaphor…

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