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  • The Mitchells vs. The Machines

    The Mitchells vs. The Machines

    ★★★★★

    Once we save the world, we will celebrate at a fancy buffet.

    A word of advice. Please don't set such high standards, go get a fancy buffet anytime you want. You deserve it!!

    I absolutely adoredddddddd this movie. I had no idea about it but this beautiful letterboxd community made sure I got my eyes on this gem of a movie. It started slow, but then built up just perfectly. *chef's kiss*

    Spot-on Jokes, Gorgeous Visuals combined with the Goofiest…

  • Ekkees Toppon Ki Salaami

    Ekkees Toppon Ki Salaami

    ★★½

    I seriously don't know where and how my dad finds these movies post dinner and I either watch it if it intrigues me or run the hell away.

    This was one of them which intrigued me with its cast and story, and then took a very swift turn into a chaotic story before finally ending in pure overdramatic fashion. But, pre Munna Bhaiya Divyendu and 60+ mins of Anupam Kher acting as a corpse helped me see this one through. ¿YAY?

    Not a very memorable movie, but a decent watch. Appreciate the subtext too.

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  • Love and Monsters

    Love and Monsters

    ★★★★

    Don't Settle. You Don't Have To. Even At The End Of The World.

    Oh man, this was such a fun and cute movie. I am not aboard the dogs hype train and yet I was very very excited and happy to see Boy.

    The trio of Joel, Minnow and Clyde also kept us hooked and I think I could do with a spinoff on Minnow and Clyde.

    I am gonna eat you like Broccoli!

    Is the bestttt impression of a…

  • The Trial of the Chicago 7

    The Trial of the Chicago 7

    ★★★½

    I think the institutions of our democracy are wonderful things that are right now populated by some terrible people.

    Although I agree this line would never have been said by real life Abbie Hoffman, this hit me hard because of how true it seems for the current state of my country India. I hope that this gross mismanagement of the second wave of Covid-19 unites the nation as we find ourselves leaders with positive, non-discriminatory motives for leading the country…