Movie Reviews

Theeran Adhigaaram Ondru Movie Review: A consistently involving, exhaustively researched crime thriller!

Theeran Adhigaaram Ondru is easily one of the best police procedurals to come out of Tamil cinema after a long time. A fascinating study into the dastardly real-life murders by cold-hearted dacoits who shook Tamil Nadu in the early 2000s,...

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Mersal Movie Review: A Perfect Gift For This Diwali

Ilayathalapathy Vijay will double the joy of Diwali festival among Tamilians with his latest movie Mersal, which is released on Today, October 18. The movie reunites Atlee Kumar with Ilayathalapathy...

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Natalia Leite’s film M.F.A.,about art student rape stars Francesca Eastwood

LA,OCt145:rancesca Eastwood plays an rt student whose rape triggers a killing spree in Natalia Leite’s drama. Lethal vengeance is a potent muse in M.F.A., Natalia Leite’s film about an art student...

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The Snowman,” popular Norwegian noir merchant Jo Nesbø

Oh, the weather outside is frightful, but there’s no fire — delightful or otherwise — inside “The Snowman,” a suitably frosty but flaccid first attempt at Hollywoodizing the oeuvre of...

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Alison Chernick’s documentary, ‘American Masters’ about famed violinist Itzhak Perlman

Hamptons,Oct11:Famed violinist Itzhak Perlman is profiled in Alison Chernick’s documentary, due to be broadcast in 2018 on PBS’ ‘American Masters.’ Alison Chernick’s documentary about famed violinist Itzhak Perlman does a...

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The Tribes of Palos Verdes ,screen adaptation of Joy Nicholson’s novel

Hamptons,Oct09:Jennifer Garner, Maika Monroe and Cody Fern star in the screen adaptation of Joy Nicholson’s 1997 coming-of-age novel, a family drama set amongst California surfers. In many way The Tribes of...

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Alison McAlpine’s Atacama Desert series radiates transcendent beauty :Cielo

NY,Oct07:Alison McAlpine’s ode to the skies above the Atacama Desert in Northern Chile alternately achieves and strains for poetry. There are numerous images of transcendent beauty in Cielo, the feature debut from...

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Chinese director Xin Yukun’s thriller Wrath of Silence,makes international premiere at the London Film Festival

NY,Oct07:Chinese director Xin Yukun’s noir-tinged thriller makes its international premiere at the London Film Festival after its domestic bow at Xining’s FIRST film festival in July. Having dabbled with noir-ish ruses in...

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Orlando Bloom will present his new film, Romans,at Rome Film Festival

Italy,OCt07:Trudie Styler will serve as president of the jury for the Alice nella Citta independent sidebar’s 15th edition. The Rome Film Festival has added a number of films and special...

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Jennifer Lebeau’s Trouble No More unearths Bob Dylan’s gospel years

La,Oct05:Jennifer Lebeau’s performance film combines unseen footage from Dylan’s gospel years with sermons delivered by Michael Shannon. Diving headlong into one of the most controversial moments in Bob Dylan’s storied...

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Peter Vack’s perverse dark comedy:A**holes

LA,Oct05:Two misfits bond over their shared obsession with anuses in Peter Vack’s perverse dark comedy. Peter Vack’s directorial debut doubles as a handy test for romantic commitment. Persuade your significant...

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Australian actress Angourie Rice signs period drama Ladies in Black

Sydney,Oct04:The feel-good film from director Bruce Beresford is set to begin production this month in Sydney. Angourie Rice has signed on to star in the period drama Ladies in Black, director...

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American Made becomes quintessential Tom Cruise’s movie with drug-smuggling, CIA arms-trading tirade and skulduggery

LA,Sept29:American Made, is a hectic, hyperactive true-life tall tale that jumbles Colombian drug-smuggling, CIA arms-trading, Midwestern fortune-making and a whole lot of very fancy flying. Yet the most salient image...

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Ramaleela Movie Review: Arun Gopy succeeded in pulling off a neatly-woven drama

Ramaleela is an intensely-thought out a politico-crime thriller in which the quirk of fate and the fortunes reverse with alarming frequency. The Dileep-starrer would perhaps be a sure-shot box office...

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Melanie Thierry stars in war drama :Memoir of Pain (La Douleur)

Madrid,Sept26:Melanie Thierry plays Marguerite Duras in an adaptation of the writer’s semi-autobiographical texts set during and immediately after World War II. Melanie Thierry leaps towards the front echelons of current...

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Marlon James novel adaptation :A Brief History of Seven Killings about assassination of reggae icon Bob Marley

LA,Sept26:Marlon James is writing the adaptation of ‘A Brief History of Seven Killings’ with Jill Soloway, Eric Roth and Malcolm Spellman on board as executive producers. Melina Matsoukas, chief director...

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