Reviews

‘Emancipation’ Review – A Slavery Survivalist Tale Told Within the Constraints That Becomes a Desaturated Misfire

Comparing and contrasting the posters of 2012's Lincoln and 2022's Emancipation is interesting. Ten years apart, both of these movies have the same basic...

‘The Banshees Of Inisherin’ Review: The Funny Sadness Of Lonely Men

There have been a few films in 2022 that have attempted to critique the roles that men occupy in society. "Men," which was released...

‘Four Samosas’ Review – A Love Letter To Indian Culture And Wes Anderson, In An Almost Distracting Fashion

Ravi Kapoor's Four Samosas opens with an "academy ratio" framing, a saturated color scheme, and humor bordering on whimsy as the four over-disguised protagonists...

‘The Menu’ Review: A Simple Film That Wants To Be Complicated

"The Menu," directed by Mark Mylod, spans a single day and follows a young couple as they make their way to an ostentatious restaurant...

‘Freddy’ Review: Shashanka Ghosh Directorial Blurs Lines Between Love And Obsession

Introverted and shy people are often misunderstood in society, and they are often bullied as well. Despite them having achieved great success in society,...

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