The Peak of the Crescendo: A MI–Fallout Review

He is 56. His last movie was not such a great thing. And he is the best they have got. The beauty of a crescendo lies in the picking up softly and then reaching the peak. Mission: Impossible–Fallout is the peak of the symphony name Ethan Hunt. This month it is Night Shift back at…… Continue reading The Peak of the Crescendo: A MI–Fallout Review

Padmaavat…(More Than) A Few Words

Mesmerizing and captivating. Only two words that came to my mind as the end scroll started scrolling after a few seconds of silence–in memoirs of the sacrifice by Rani and other women, it seems. After a decade in the development phase, casting, and recasting, plus, a year of protests for sake of saving our ideology Padmaavat (rechristened from…… Continue reading Padmaavat…(More Than) A Few Words

A Review on The Last Jedi

Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi carry on the story from the last episode (Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens (2015)) taking the cue from Episode IV, V and VI. It has been written using three-layer strata. One stratum is inside the ship under Princess Leia and Poe Dameron; the second one is Ahch-To…… Continue reading A Review on The Last Jedi

Everybody Knows… A Justice League Review

  Justice League introduces four superheroes together. Batman (’cause he is still to get his solo movie in this Extended Universe), Flash, Aquaman, and Cyborg.  We know of Aquaman very less and same goes for Cyborg. When they come together for the movie, we’ve expected we’ll be told their stories, especially of Aquaman and Cyborg; not…… Continue reading Everybody Knows… A Justice League Review