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  • Café Society – Charming but disappointing

    Fans of Woody Allen are used to his quirky forays into cultural icons, from a 1970s' “Love Letter to New York” to literary Paris in the Jazz Age.

  • Swiss Army Man: A Bizarre Trip to Home

    Hank (Paul Dano) is about to hang himself. Having given up all his hopes of being rescued from a deserted island, he

  • MOVIES TO WATCH WHEN IT'S RAINING OUTSIDE

    Just like khichuri is an integral part of the Bengali household when the sky rumbles and the sweet smell of earth is evident, watching movies while snuggled up in bed is a choice for many. Here I compiled a list of movies I'd like to watch on such a day.

  • DC hasn't yet figured out how group presentations work

    Not everyone in the classroom has to be hilarious to be popular. DC Extended Universe gets constantly compared to Marvel Cinematic Universe for obvious reasons.

  • Just Keep Swimming

    Remember the not-so-happy clownfish who had you worried sick about his abducted son? How we all jumped in joy rooting for their reunion as the father Marlin (voiced by Albert Brooks) swam halfway across the ocean aided by a scatterbrained yet amusing blue tang to rescue his son Nemo (Hayden Rolence) from an aquarium?

  • Should you sit through 2.5 hours of “X-Men: Apocalypse”?

    I'll start with something that's been bugging me since “X-Men: First Class”: Jennifer Lawrence is nice and all but #BringBackRebeccaRomijnAsMystique.

  • Should you sit through 2.5 hours of “X-Men: Apocalypse”?

    I’ll start with something that’s been bugging me since “X-Men: First Class”: Jennifer Lawrence is nice and all but #‎BringBackRebeccaRomijnAsMystique.

  • Marvel does it again!

    At first glance, Captain America: Civil War seems like a film that fits in with the tried and tested formula of The Avengers.

  • The Jungle Book: A Visual Experience to be Had

    If you're a long time Disney fan, like yours truly, you've probably grown used to the disappointments that come with the Disney live-action.

  • ROOM: Macabre, yet hopeful

    What if your world was no bigger than a tiny, squalid room that was visited by a monster every night?

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