2017 Oscar Nominated Best Picture ‘Hacksaw Ridge’ may be the best war movie made since ‘Saving Private Ryan’.
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2017 Oscar nominated ‘Hidden Figures’ is an engaging story of real life heroics, told in a way that avoids the usual tropes of this genre.
Host Shah Shahid goes solo as he reviews the newest Shah Rukh Khan movie ‘Raees’ in episode 25 of the Split Screen Podcast
Experience the brilliantly written, acted and directed ‘Sairat’, that’s been winning hearts all over the world.
‘The Time Agent’ is a unique short film with a time travel premise, but with a more cerebral story underneath its layers.
‘Dawn Of The Deaf’ is a movie that introduces a new concept in the Zombie movie genre is innovative and subvertive to the genre itself.
My 1st German language film, ‘The People Vs. Fritz Bauer’, is a brisk political thriller telling a story rarely explored in mainstream film.
‘Tamasha’ starts out as a story about unfulfilled desires, but somehow becomes about a man violently reacting to his own life.
Salman Khan’s ‘Sultan’ may be Bollywood’s first successful underdog story, despite a few glaring blemishes on the side.
‘Dawn’s Valor’ is set against an epic backdrop that exemplifies the importance of the scale of the story, rather than the run time.
‘Kriti’ is an intensely dark thriller and one of the very rare short movies from Bollywood. Read on for my Review and share your thoughts with me.
‘Beeba Boys’ is a watered down movie, that’s not befitting the calibre of work expected from both Randeep Hooda or Deepa Mehta.
Check out my Spoiler-Free Movie Review of ‘The Martian’, Ridley Scott’s return to epic filmmaking, and one of Matt Damon’s career best performances.
‘Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice’ is very successful in creating a DC Comics film universe, however fails to tell a coherent story of its own.
‘Duty Calls’ is an amazingly touching short about how authority figures are seen in society, and how it effects them. Check out the film as part of the Homegrown Shorts screening at the 2016 Canadian Film Fest.
‘Julia Julep’ is an spiritually abstract short film about a young girl dealing with loss. Check out my Review here & the movie when it appears on the Canadian Film Fest 2016 on April 1st.
Bollywood’s ‘Rocky Handsome’ is an over performed, action film with terrible villains and a main lead who seems to phone in everything but the kick ass action. Check out my Spoiler-free Movie Review.
‘Divorce Photographer’ is an incredibly outrageous film about self fulfilment and finding closure. Check out my Spoiler-free Movie Review, and check out the film when it opens at the Canadian Film Fest 2016 on April 1st.
Premiering at the Canadian Film Fest 2016, ‘Chasing Valentine’ is an unconventional love story that deals with loss, identity and goes beyond the traditional happy ending. Check out my Spoiler-free Movie Review and catch the movie on April 2nd, 2016.
Randeep Hooda shines in a rare Bollywood bio-pic about a murdered in ‘Main Aur Charles’. Read on for my My Spoiler-free Movie Review and why Hooda deserves more praise than he has thus far in the industry.