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The three-year gap between Denis Villeneuve’s two-part adaptation of Frank Herbert’s novel Dune has clearly been well spent. Dune: Part Two turns up the visual spectacle, layers its characters, and peers more closely at the intersection between prophecy, politics and individual will.
Paul continues on the path to fulfilling the role of savior that the Fremen legends prophesied. But inner turmoil battles his desire for vengeance, not wanting to become the religious figurehead others intend him to be. The romance…
Three friends who have made the decision to flee their village in Punjab initially attempt to reach the United Kingdom through legal routes. A fourth person becomes their mentor, lighthouse and travelling companion. Because he’s played by Shah Rukh Khan, in Rajkumar Hirani’s Dunki. But is it another masterpiece of Hirani? No.
Rajkumar Hirani's Dunki lacks depth in its narrative. The story is poorly written and lacks the core essence of Hirani which usually connects the audience to each character…
Kadaisi Vivasayi is a film with a whole heart, surfaced in the emotions, humor, energy and philosophy of life. The film doesn't picturise farming as profitability. It breaks the stereotypical tropes of the genre and portrays farming as a way of life. Along with the life of a farmer, his love for the world's essential job, the director Manikandan also weaves the simple and awesome lives of people and the benefits of a devoted heart. This film also will help…