Tag: Movies

  • Balaya Roaring Continues.

    Balaya Roaring Continues.

    When I went to the theaters, I didn’t have any expectations of the film as a young director was directing it. I thought we get to witness Balaya in a software employee or news reporter outfit like how he was portrayed in the movie Sreemanarayana. So I was preparing to catch Balaya at a slow […]

  • Kantara movie review: 

    Kantara has earned the whole country’s endorsement, with many more National Awards. The beautiful amalgamation of faith, thrill, action, and mythology in this powerful film stands the best among the efforts of any Indian filmmaker in recent times. 

  • Space Movies From Indian Cinema.

    Best Indian Movies on Space: Space Movies haven’t been a trendy genre in Indian Cinema as they require huge budgets. The International Cinema has seen many, and filmmakers tend to come up with one every year.

  • Sita-Ramam Review: A predictable tale.

    Hanu Raghavapudi’s romance saga brims with earnestness and is helped by charming performances from Mrunal Thakur and Dulquer Salmaan’s Sita-Ramam.

  • Who is Death from DC Comics?

    This article is about Death from the comic series. However, you may be looking for Death from the Netflix adaptation. Death is the second oldest of the Endless and the elder sister of Dream. To the ancient Romans, she was known as Teleute.

  • Brahmastra movie review:

    Brahmastra: Despite all those non-stop computer graphics, the luxury of the sets, and the film’s commitment to its subject, we never really connect to the movie altogether.

  • Movies That Are Hard To Watch Twice

    Horror Movies like Cannibal Holocaust and Human Centipede are masterpieces. Still, they pushed the envelope, too, and are too gross to get fans to come back for seconds.

  • Who is Lucifer Morningstar?

    Lucifer Morningstar is a rebel archangel who was once given Hell as his domain. However, after several thousand years, he decided he no longer wanted to do what he believed everyone expected of him. So he abandoned Hell and “retired” to Earth. Why do they blame me for all their little failings? They use my name […]

  • Everything Everywhere All At Once Review.

    Everything Everywhere All at Once has been critically swooned over in the U.S. and everywhere else. So it’s disconcerting to find it hyperactive and self-admiring but dull, overdetermined, and laborious. 

  • Tekken Bloodline Review.

    Netflix’s Tekken-Bloodline: is a worthy adaptation that could be the basis of longevity with a impressive storyboarding, clear character arcs and gritty storyline