Django Unchained

Thrilling, stylish, funny, brutal, superbly-acted, sharply written and wonderfully offensive There are few directors in the world today, or even ever, whose name carries with it instantly recognisable traits that have people eagerly awaiting their next film, or even applying the name to films the filmmaker had nothing to do with but are stylistically similar….

Argo; let’s live those moments

Hold on tight and revel in the brilliance of a riveting film that’s enthralling in execution and subtext. Right from the start, the movie takes you back into era of 70s; from the retro Warner Bros. logo that appears at the beginning, riddled with faux scratch marks and film grain, to the camerawork, screenplay, and…

Skyfall; falls hard!!

Skyfall starts with a bang and then gets tired of all that, goes a little crazy and turns into a not-so-awesome ‘Home Alone’ movie.   Recouping from the sulky, scattered, sketchily edited previous James Bond adventure, Quantum of Solace; Skyfall does not quite match the thrilling and heartfelt revisionist’s heights of Casino Royale, but it…