Bhakshak is an earnest drama that is important and engaging, but ultimately falls short of leaving a lasting impact. Bhumi Pednekar is excellent, and so is Sanjay Mishra. Aditya Shrivastava simply commands the screen and puts forth a chilling performance. The dialogues are decent and the narrative is slightly uneven, but overall it does communicate its message well enough. I wanted more from Bhakshak, but as it is, it still makes for a decent one time watch.
Oppenheimer is SENSATIONAL!
A gripping character study that's layered, well-written and exhilarating.
Cillian Murphy disappears into his role and puts forth an incredible performance that captures all the subtle nuances and details exceptionally. Robert Downey Jr is brilliant, and I'm absolutely certain he will get an Oscar nomination for his supporting role. Every single actor brings in their best and make their characters completely engaging.
The filmmaking is immaculate to say the least and Nolan's eye for detail and precision…
Secret Invasion is easily, without a hint of exaggeration, the worst thing in the MCU. It's an excruciating watch, that constantly surprises you with whole new levels of stupidity and cringe unlike anything else I have seen.
It starts off showing potential, but with every passing second keeps slipping into cliches and stuff we have seen a zillion times before. The dialogue is utter crap, and all of it feels so lifeless, without a hint of emotion or soul.