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Revisiting The Classics – Roman Polanski’s ‘Chinatown’ (1974)

The old fashioned credits begin and over them we hear solemn music, then a solitary horn, lonely and mournful, foreshadowing what J.J. Gittes (Jack Nicholson) will feel by the end […]

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Netflix and Chill – Anurag Basu’s ‘Ludo’ (2020) Review

The game of Ludo represents the randomness of life. Nobody can predict the next number on the dice, as it’s being rolled by the player. Just like the arbitrary events […]

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Netflix and Chill: Aaron Sorkin’s ‘The Trial Of The Chicago 7’ Review

There was a time Steven Spielberg was going to direct this, but it never seemed to jell, not even the great Spielberg could get the film off the ground. As […]

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The 50 Greatest Scenes In American Films (1920-2019) – Part 1

They sear themselves into our brains as we see them, staying there forever, on playback in the landscape of our minds. They are the greatest scenes in movie history and […]

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Netflix and Chill – ‘Bad Boys Billionaires: India’ Review

While watching the episodes of ‘Bad Boys Billionaires: India’, you find yourself being amazed, getting in awe of these people who got embroiled into the greatest ever financial scams. As […]

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Revisiting The Classics – Martin Scorsese’s ‘Goodfellas’ (1990)

Sitting down to explore the finest films directed by Martin Scorsese, most might think his seething black and white boxing biography ‘Raging Bull’ (1980) might top the list. Visceral, bloody, […]

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TIFF 2020 Exclusive: ‘Good Joe Bell’ and ‘I am Greta’ Review

Our correspondent John H Foote writes the review from the ground zero of #TIFF2020 GOOD JOE BELL Based on the true stories of Jaden Bell and his father Joe, portrayed […]