(500) Days of Summer : The Burden of Expectations

Even though this movie came out almost 11 years back, I watched it for the first time a couple of days ago after I finally got curious given the number of Instagram posts I came across regarding the film. My apprehension going into the movie was that Zoey Deschanel was going to be a letContinue reading “(500) Days of Summer : The Burden of Expectations”

Casablanca : A Story About Bravery

Since we have covered La La Land, it was just a matter of time for Casablanca to come up. Seventy-Eight years since its release in 1942, the movie has been able to maintain its impact on Hollywood and on the world of cinema. Considered to be the top most quoted film of all time, CasablancaContinue reading “Casablanca : A Story About Bravery”

Perks of Being a Wallflower : Importance of Self Preservation

Perks of Being a Wallflower is a very Forrest Gump meets Dead Poets Society kind of essence. It is the kind of a movie that forces you to gain a fresh perspective on things and empathise with people even though you may not share their opinions or agree with their actions. It does what everyContinue reading “Perks of Being a Wallflower : Importance of Self Preservation”

Call Me By Your Name : Confront your Emotions

This movie makes you feel so connected with the characters and the storyline, that it almost feels like you were living in it with the characters. One of those rare occasions when the movie outshines the book. The 2+ hour-long film makes us feel young, in love, uncomfortable, wise, heartbroken and peaceful through its run-time.Continue reading “Call Me By Your Name : Confront your Emotions”

La La Land : Consistency is Key

Honoured with being one of the only three movies in the history of Hollywood to have received 14 Oscar nominations, it was seemingly impossible to escape the buzz surrounding “La La Land” back when it released in 2016. So for everyone who is curious about what actually makes this movie great, welcome to my blog.Continue reading “La La Land : Consistency is Key”