Movie Reviews

Magalir Mattum Movie Review

How often have we celebrated women around us in real life? How often have we seen a film celebrating women? Here is Jyothika’s Magalir Mattum, for us, which is one such rare films, that wants the world to celebrate women....

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Miami features slow-burning crime thriller : Half sisters reunited in a nightclub setting

Hollywood,Sept13:A reunion for two long-separated siblings puts them on the road through southern Finland — as nightclub entertainers, and as schemers against a loan shark’s deadline. In Miami, a winding road...

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Glimpse into New Zealand’s contemporary Maori community life in Waru

Toronto,Sept13:Eight women directors from New Zealand construct an authentic, multi-voiced story about child abuse set in the Maori community. A fascinating glimpse into New Zealand’s contemporary Maori community, Waru brings a sense...

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Sebastian Lelio’s English-language debut: Disobedience starring Rachel McAdams and Rachel Weisz

Rachel Weisz stars as a black sheep drawn back to her London Orthodox Jewish home, rekindling sparks with a childhood friend played by Rachel McAdams in Sebastian Lelio’s English-language debut....

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Andy Serkis’s Breathe biopic: Andrew Garfield battles polio with a stout heart

Andrew Garfield battles polio with a stout heart and a stiff upper lip in Andy Serkis’s uncharacteristically conservative directorial debut. Practically a household name if not a household face, Andy Serkis may...

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Alicia Vikander-voiced animated feature:Moominvalley

With an Alicia Vikander-voiced animated feature also on the way, it’s boom time in Moomin valley. An all-star cast has been assembled for the upcoming animated TV series centered on the...

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John Curran’s drama on death of campaign worker Mary Jo Kopechne :Chappaquiddick

Toronto,Sept11:John Curran’s drama focuses on the 1969 incident when Senator Ted Kennedy (Jason Clarke) drove off a bridge, causing the death of campaign worker Mary Jo Kopechne (Kate Mara). It’s...

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Wildlife conservationist Jane Goodall : Brett Morgen ‘s Jane

Toronto,Sept11:Trailblazing wildlife conservationist Jane Goodall leads documaker Brett Morgen through her extraordinary life and work, using a trove of previously unseen footage from the 1960s. It must have been a...

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Les Gardiennes:WWI-set drama adapted from 1924 novel by Ernest Perochon

Toronto,Sept9:Cannes Grand Prix winner Xavier Beauvois (‘Of Gods and Men’) returns with a WWI-set drama starring Nathalie Baye, Laura Smet and newcomer Iris Bry. A war movie where the battles...

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Director Chris Moukarbel documentary Gaga: Five Foot Two offers lady behind pop star Lady Gaga

Toronto,Sept9:Director Chris Moukarbel pulls back the sequined meat dress to reveal the “real” Lady Gaga in this verite-style documentary. Premiering, no doubt by minutely planned design, at the Toronto Film...

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Nancy Buirski’s documentary The Rape of Recy Taylor,honors a woman of color

Toronto,Sept9:Documentarian Nancy Buirski traces this shameful 1944 incident and the legal fiasco that followed, honoring a woman of color who dared to speak out after being sexually assaulted by a...

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Jeri Rice’s documentary Embargo details United States embargo against Cuba

Toronto,Sept8:Jeri Rice’s documentary recounts the history of the United States embargo against Cuba. Embargo raises more questions than it answers. Jeri Rice’s documentary attempts to chronicle the decades-long embargo of Cuba...

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Watch Arjun Rampal’s best impactful role as Arun Gawli in Daddy

Mumbai,Sept8:Daddy starring Arjun Rampal as Arun Gawli and directed by Ashim Ahluwalia is the big Bollywood release today and here is our Daddy movie review. Daddy Cast: Arjun Rampal, Aishwarya Rajesh,...

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On Chesil Beach, an adaptation of Ian McEwan’s novella about a young British couple

Toronto,Sept8:Saoirse Ronan is remarkable — and so is everything else — in this entrancing adaptation of Ian McEwan’s novella about a young British couple on their honeymoon in 1962. What...

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Christopher Nolan is set to show his World War II epic Dunkirk at Imax’s Ontario Place Cinesphere theater

Toronto,Sept7:The popcorn movie’s epic battle scenes will play in pristine Imax 70mm on a six-story screen in Toronto’s Ontario Place Cinesphere. Christopher Nolan is set to show his World War...

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Shia LaBeouf starrer BorgMcEnroe to open on Toronto International Film Festival

Toronto,Sept7:LaBeouf, Sverrir Gudnason and Stellan Skarsgard will walk the red carpet into Roy Thomson Hall for the world premiere. The Toronto International Film Festival on Monday said Borg/McEnroe will open its 42nd...

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