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  • Blonde

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  • Ponniyin Selvan: Part One

    Ponniyin Selvan: Part One

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    PRIDE OF INDIAN CINEMA.

    Indian cinema had seen many grand films, some of which could be considered epics, this is perhaps the epic to end all epics, a magnum opus to the director, and a masterpiece to us all.

    It has everything a film connoisseur could ask for. The film as an epic is nearly flawless, with rich visuals, focused direction, and well thought-out characters and actors.

    What is extraordinary about PS1 is that mani rantnam was able to take…

  • Blonde

    Blonde

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    What "Blonde" shows us is a sex symbol uninterested in sex. Blonde is definitely not for everyone.

    Blonde is a gorgeous and terrifying abstract nightmare that lets you know right away this experience will be uncomfortable and unpleasant at times.

    I did not see any of the nudity as sexualizing Norma. Just because the female body is shown in such a way doesn’t mean it is for sexual purposes.

    It has a tremendous lead performance at its core from Ana…

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  • Army of Thieves

    Army of Thieves

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    It is a thoroughly enthralling adventure of one awkward nice guy finding new friends, maybe a lover, and pursuing his greatest passion: cracking safes.

    The film benefited from SchweighΓΆfer’s sense of comedic timing and extremely pleasing visual aesthetic, thanks to DP Bernhard Jasper’s agile camerawork and bold use of saturated color. Army of Thieves is shot beautifully, making great use of European locations both in cities and sprawling, outdoor landscapes. The jaunty score by Hans Zimmer and Steve Mazzaro that…

  • Dune

    Dune

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    THE DEFINITIVE IMAX FILM.

    It's one of those once in a blue moon type movies. Denis Villeneuve’s vision is evident in every frame. Here is a director who can finally realise the ambition of Herbert's epic, which has long been considered β€œunfilmable” a point proven by disappointing and forgettable attempts on both the big and small screens in the past. It helps if you've read the books, but it's not essential given how screenwriters making the dense story more accessible.…