Moonlight; Who is you?

Few films have been so honest about the human condition and so unabashedly real, that you just don’t feel like you’re watching a movie. Moonlight is that kind of experience. It’s subject matter is refreshing on screen, it’s stylized elements are unique and it bores into your experiences. Moonlight,centering around a black homosexual protagonist and…

Pulp Fiction review: Punchy and hilarious; Quentin Tarantino’s finest film.

I’ve always enjoyed Tarantino’s films.¬†Kill Bill introduced the brand of violence that would become a theme of its own, marking the stylistic brand of the auteur. I’ve seen Django and Inglourious, Reservoir Dogs and The Hateful 8, but there’s none quite like this. Pulp Fiction heralds his astounding work. I thought I loved 1994’s Forrest…

Inception review: Unlike anything else; It’s timeless.

There’s a film that comes along every once in a while that makes you marvel with bewilderment and grabs you along into its own inventive and ingenious adventure. Inception is one such film. It’s mesmeric time-dilating mechanisms slow down everything; Characters move through dreams within dreams to conduct a heist within the mind, to extract,…

Midnight In Paris: Woody Allen’s Romance masterpiece.

With it’s heartening message, few films can match Midnight in Paris in its honest support for the romantic. The film opens with a plethora of scenes from street cafes to a snapshot of Montmart√© to Parisian nightlife teeming with a unique mix of mellow and vivaciousness. The awkward charm of Owen Wilson and the enthralling…

Her: One of the best films ever made.

Deviating from my usual content,I’ll review a movie that was shown last year (instead of current movies). I’d like to review Her because it has possibly become one of my favourite films and with a film that has dared to explore multiple different themes, Her will forever remain one of its kind. The fuzzy quirky…