"I respect those that tell me the truth, no matter how hard it is" - Micheal Corleone
Regina King's feature film directional debut "One Night in Miami is a superhit and you must be wondering the reason behind that. I want to answer that in a one liner "It is well organised, potent and poignant to the reality."
This film is no gravy train. From imagination to implementation, this film has ticked most of the boxes right. A fictionalised story set on the night of Feb 25, 1964 in Miami following four iconic black men meeting behind…
Every servant after watching this film be like "I am a person who have just woken up while the rest of you are still sleeping".
The film is all about social inequality which will resonate with viewers not only from India but from all around the globe.
I especially liked one of the dialogues from the film and it goes " when India was a rich country, it had 1000 different caste systems and now there are only two: Rich…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
A movie of 1970's bringing back the nostalgia of 1950's in the form of Musical, Gosh! can anything be better than this and if John Travolta is the lead actor in that musical, everything is peaches man. Travolta and Olivia Newton were nothing less than a wonder to be paired with each other for a musical drama. I especially enjoyed Olivia throughout the film. She is a very expressive and dynamic actor and you could the see the expressions reflecting…
Tod Haynes 50’s romantic drama is based on Patricia Highsmith novel “The price of salt”. An aspiring photographer Therese Belivet meets a glamorous and elegant woman Carol Aird in a Frankenberg’s department store And what follows is one of the most charming, complex and an inspiring lovestory of the decade. Two of the most competent And proficient female lead actors in the film Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara did complete justice to their roles. They not only did justice to…