Shrek Universe

How to promote as you’re against the stereotypical agenda and fuel your film with that very agenda, in Shrek Universe. The Shrek Universe suffers from a very common disease. It’s cookiness, uniqueness fades away very quickly and what’s left at the end of the day is the very thing they’ve been running away from. Maybe,…

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Babe

How to surprise and delight and inspire everyone by going back to the basics, in Babe. The writer George Miller and not the director Chris Noonan’s Babe, an adaptation of the book “The Sheep Pig” by Dick King-Smith, is simply a good film. Proper understanding of characters and the world they are wrapped around. Just…

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Arjun: The Warrior Prince

How to be aware of the expectations that you are impending, in Arjun The Warrior Prince. The director Arnab Chaudhari’s Arjun: The Warrior Prince should be a manual on how to update an already known story with a fresh, moving, effective perspective that creates a lasting impression on its viewers. Apart from its crucial secret…

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The Willoughbys

How to interfere as a narrator and narrate about the interference, in The Willoughbys. The director Kris Pearn, Cory Evans and Rob Lodmermeier’s The Willoughby is too much. Too much good, too much bad, too funny, too dramatic, too political, too sincere and at the end too much of a mess. Don’t get me wrong,…

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Familiar Strangers

Murat has placed us in his film. You, you and even I star in his film. And still I feel that his most difficult task would be to place himself on screen. What better, sweeter note to end his project on! Murat Sayginer, the writer and director, is one of those few artists that starts…

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Tom And Jerry

Following follows the original version. Warner Brothers is on a whole new level after these short films hits the screen. With William Hanna and Joseph Barbera creating this love story of universal language, these faces are one of those rare comedy classics, that it belittles other commercial or any sort of success in contrast to…

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Frozen 2

In terms of musical genre, Frozen 2 is balanced, if not perpetually gifting its audience what they expect. Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee, the co-writers and directors, may not be able to convince everyone to hum along this time. Especially not the audience as large as they gathered previously. But it is not their fault.…

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