Favorite films

  • Mommy
  • Stalker
  • Long Day's Journey Into Night
  • Eyes Wide Shut

Recent activity

  • The Dark Tower


  • Burial Path


  • The Dante Quartet


  • Stellar


Pinned reviews

  • In the Mood for Love

    In the Mood for Love


    How do we fall in love? Is it at first sight? Does the passion develop over time? The answer may vary from person to person but in the films of Wong Kar-wai, we fall in love at the first sight of the person. It doesn't matter what the person is like, all that matters is love - and love is the greatest emotion of all for Wong Kar-wai. In In The Mood for Love, love is portrayed as a mishappening.…

  • Closer



    O Death come,
    come take me away.
    I'm tired of this life I'm
    living, I'm tired of living.
    I'm tired of living.
    I'm tired of meeting the
    same people everyday.
    so, Death, please come,
    come and take me away.
    take me into the light
    and take me far away

Recent reviews

  • Murder Mystery 2

    Murder Mystery 2


    Netflix’s new comedy is not a bad one this time and that’s really surprising.

    Adam Sandler’s bad films are also mad fun, and while this isn’t anything really good, it’s not like his bad film(s) (Jack and Jill) – I’m not one to hate on Adam Sandler films; this is an extremely fun film even if it starts off a bit rough. I’ll admit, I wasn’t that invested until around 20 minutes after the murder was committed, but when I…

  • Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham

    Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham


    Showed it to my four year old cousin

Popular reviews

  • Kuch Kuch Hota Hai

    Kuch Kuch Hota Hai


    He got both the bitches and you got none sadly

  • Pathaan



    Apni Kursi ki pethi band lo, mausam badalne wala hai – sums up the film perfectly.

    SRK’s return after a 4 year long hiatus is fan service at it’s best. It’s honestly a blast to be watching a film with nearly a hundred screaming fans – who screamed throughout the film. Maybe the best theatre experience I’ve had? A film which, like every film of Anand, flips off logic and does it’s own thing. It doesn’t care about being accurate…