La La Land Review

La La Land is a love-drenched tale. It comes as a relief in the midst of all the so-called romantic movies nowadays where the protagonists seem to only want to get into each other’s pants and where love comes off as a secondary perk. But, La La Land’s charm exudes from its playful innocence. It does seem Mia and Sebastian are actually in love, and believe me, that’s a change.

Although I put on the pretence that I welcome movies of ever genre with open hands, I do not. Musical genre is one of those unfortunates. The main reason is that the music itself is crummy. La La Land is tailor made for romantics like me. It is embellished with melodies which make you croon in love. Take the song where Mia and Sebastian sing about how the beautiful and romantic view of Los Angeles is a waste. I was laughing at the rate of a chuckle per lyric.

Ryan Gosling (I have a man-crush on him) is brilliant here. He and Stone are like Bogart-Bergman of the new age and their chemistry is beyond words. It is a joy to see them together on screen. Emma is fabulous as Mia, on the eyes and the mind, and is well-deserving of her Oscar.

The thing about La La Land is that however silly it might seem, and it does at parts, it is impossible not to like it. I agree this is not a masterpiece, but it did make me cry, did make me want to fall in love, did make me want to croon with my crush in the presence of only stars with its melodious tunes playing the background. But these are all broken dreams, and La La Land seems sympathetic towards them and in a way, towards me. I love movies which understand and acknowledge the pains of a broken heart, and treat it with the respect it deserves. La La Land does that.

The problem with life is that there is no background music. La La Land is the perfect fix to that.

RATING :- 8 / 10

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Leaving Las Vegas Review

Leaving Las Vegas is a doomed love story. Anyone who walks into it expecting any redemption is at folly. It has a pessimistic humor and Cage and Shue sizzle together, yet I warn you again, do not watch this movie cornering any sympathy or hope for the characters set to materialize on the screen. There is no salvation for them.

Leaving Las Vegas is about a screenplay writer named Ben who becomes an alcoholic following his divorce, and sells everything he has so as to move to Las Vegas and drink himself to his death. Here, he meets a prostitute named Sera and starts to hire her so that he can have company on his suicidal mission.

Ben and Sera share their loneliness together. There is a sense of emotional detachment so as to foster attachment. Ben here acts as a sort of an ’emotional prostitute’ to Sera. Throughout the movie, Sera is seen in sadist relationships and disturbing sexual experiences and Ben here acts as an antidote to her despondent existence as she acts in his.

Sera here fulfills the role of only a witness to Ben’s last days. He hires her so as to give a meaning to his otherwise meaningless existence and lets her witness his good side. He lets her partake in his existence so that he leaves a mark of sort, that he will at least live on through her memories.

Sera, on the other hand as I mentioned before, uses Ben as an emotional prostitute. Throughout the movie, one sees Sera as being an exceptional dominatrix, and this comes from her confession that she has an unparalleled intuition on her client’s fantasies and how to let them live through them through her. This renders her impuissant to explore her own emotional and sexual identity. She lives it through Ben, satisfying her very own needs. I don’t think there can be anything more despicable than terming these actions as selfish, for every human relationship emanates from these very emotional and physical needs she fights for.

Leaving Las Vegas is a disturbing movie, to say the very least. It captures two characters who love each other in the midst of all hate and spite circling them. It brought me to tears and I am sure the same emotions I felt while watching it will mimeograph themselves if you do so too. However, I am also pretty sure, I won’t ever be able to watch it again. It drains you emotionally like no movie does.

RATING : 8. 5 / 10

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Days Of Heaven Review

Terence Malick as a director is undisputedly a master; however Malick as a screenplay writer has often been unappealing to me. For a man whose work mostly focuses on cinema as a visual medium, he has proved, at least to me, that he approaches screenplays with the same mind-set which has unfortunately created a rift between his works and me. However, Days Of Heaven is one of the few movies where a lack of script works better than having a hard-bound one. It helps when characters have a free-will of their own in a tale like this, which transcends that line which separates imagination from reality, and brings the viewers right unto those fields, eavesdropping on the lives of these characters.

It is always a tiresome exercise to try to explain the plot of a movie in a review, and thankfully, I don’t have to in this case because the plot is not of any importance. What Malick envisions is to create a world so distant from our own and inhibit it with characters who exhibit human feelings at their raw best. There are only few movies which succeed in bringing about the surroundings, the layout of the plot as a character and Malick, who has had this endeavour in every movie I have watched of his, finally succeeds in Days Of Heaven.

One of the most pivotal reasons why this movie is such an overwhelming success is the fact that it is viewed by a teenage girl who doesn’t know much about something. There is a certain raw brutality in her narrative that is gripping to say the least. The emotions surface here through the groundbreaking cinematography which makes optimum use of the magic hour effect. It brings about unparalleled romanticism and wonders which work as an orgasm to the eyes. Some critics have criticized Days Of Heaven saying that the camera work may just be the only commendable part of it. Well, cinema is as much as a visual medium as it is a verbal one. And to me, if one of them succeeds in such a way that you don’t care about the another at all through the run-time, I think that movie is still a great one.

Terence Malick’s masterful work, Days Of Heaven, is a visually arresting experience that stays with you a long time after it ends and lets you experience an overwhelming and humbling touch of nature.

RATING : 9.3 / 10

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Casablanca Review

Casablanca. The name itself exudes a charm unlike any other place on this planet. Much like the movie itself.

I am often terrified when I watch movies which have continuously been featured in almost all of the great movies lists ever made. I was disappointed by Citizen Kane, Vertigo and may more. However, after watching Casablanca, I realize it is to critics what ‘Music & Lyrics’ is too me. A hell-of a guilty pleasure.

Casablanca was, without a doubt, a movie which was made to capitalize on the ongoing war. Yet, even after 75 years, there is a charm to its dialogues and characters and songs like none another. I believe Casablanca is the quintessential movie, one which distinguishes cinema from all art forms, for the emotions range from love to patriotism and we readily accept all of them.

Humphrey Bogart is fabulous as Rick and so is Ingrid Bergman as Ilsa Lund. Their presence together reeks romance. To be frank, I can find you almost hundreds of movies almost like Casablanca, but not just like Casablanca (yes, partially because of copyright laws). It is because Casablanca is magic. Believe me, there is some fairy-dust sprinkled all over its frames which grips through all the viewers who have seen it through the ages.

And frankly, that doesn’t exclude me. This is one movie that I don’t mind being called one of the greatest of all time. I absolutely loved it.

RATING :- 9.3 / 10

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Cinderella Man Review

I am not half as strong as you are…..‘ These words uttered by Mae Braddock seem more funny to me towards the climax than Paul Giamatti’s acid wit, for its irony. It is her character rather, rather than Crowe’s that is dominating here. James Braddock(Russel Crowe) thinks he is risking everything when he agrees to fight Max Baer, a man who has killed two in the ring. I rather think it is Mae who is making the bigger sacrifice, unrelenting on her stance to not let her husband fight. She prefers a poverty-ridden, shameful existence rather than being a rich widow. That’s love.

The setting is of the Great Depression. Braddock is an old, arthritic boxer and this is not a screwball from James McKay, it’s a serious offering from Ron Howard. Believe me, watching more and more movies gives a critic clarity. I have never preferred the term ‘critic’ however, makes me sound like a ‘movie-ripping-monster’ of sorts. I am passionate towards this art-form. And that will dictate my writings ahead, so if you like to read them who give you rational reviews, I would suggest closing the tab right now because I am just about to write exactly what I am feeling, deep down inside.

If this had been the only movie that I had watched today, I would have given this movie a 9.3 rating, for sure. That unfortunately says volumes about my credibility as film-critic (they really need to find a new word for that). Earlier this afternoon, I rewatched a modern classic of-sorts, Silver Linings Playbook. And, well, I can’t really get the hang of the words to describe it for all the words of praises seem a few inches short of aptly describing it. What is relevant with regards to this review, is how a movie which seemed so predictable at the start, ruptured the cliches which seemed to dictate to produce something so beautiful, it felt like that dream you pray so hard to have and remember.

20 something minutes into the movie, I could almost correctly predict the entire plot of Cinderella Man. The fact that it is a true story cannot be an apt defense for it, for I knew the twist of The Usual Suspects before I watched it, and it still had me on the edge of my seats. The movie will be exactly what you hope for, unfortunately, that ain’t swell all times.

But….(Obviously there was a but coming) the passion of a director and the actors can change the entire ball game. And director Ron Howard has loved this tale from all his heart. I hate describing performances, for what can you say that others can’t ? Is Russel Crowe brilliant ? Yeah. Is Renee Zellweger fabulous ? Yes, she is. Is Paul Giamatti amazeballs ? Yes, he is. These are guaranteed actors. You put them in a Razzler worthy movie, and they would still shine. What is beautiful here is the chemistry between them. How real they seem when they care for each other. They really seem to care, believe me.

Salvatore Totino, Howard’s go-to-man, employs those camera flashes to generate a hallucinatory effect through out the movie. Howard excels at recreating the entire excitement that promulgated over America as it cheered for the underdog, the hero of the masses, Braddock.

Did I love the movie ? Hell yeah, I did. It is bounded by the shackles of cliches and that was dampening for me, but you see, and I am guessing you can relate, okay. Do you all have that one member in your family that keeps on saying those same old-stories over and over again, but somehow, although you know it by rote from the start to the end, find yourself drawn to it and you sit there and listen to the whole damned thing ? Why do you do it ? ….. Because he says it with that same zeal and enthusiasm he told it with the first time you hear it. When you really want to tell a story with all your heart, people will sit and listen, no matter what. Howard has that zeal, Howard has that energy. And I am honored to sit and listen.

Folks, here’s a moving picture that actually moves.

Rating :- 8.1 / 10

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3 Idiots Review

Rajkumar Hirani’s 3 Idiots is about how Farhan Qureshi (Madhavan), Raju Rastogi (Sharman Joshi) and Chatur Ramalingam (Omi Vaidya) go on a road trip to Shimla to search for their long-lost best friend Rancho (Aamir Khan) while Farhan recounts their epic tales of friendship at university, their feud with the head of the university Viru Sahastrabuddhi (Boman Irani) and Rancho’s romance with Pia Sahastrabuddhi (Kareena Kapoor) as they try to get through the ruthless education system of India.

Back when it released it 2009, I insisted to see it for two reasons – 1. It had Aamir Khan, who I adored deeply and still do for his work on Taare Zameen Par and, 2. It had Kareena Kapoor, who I had a great crush on and still do. And I went to watch the movie. The theatres where only playing 3 Idiots at that time, with the movie minting money like none other. We had to book the tickets a day ago, because of the movie’s immense popularity but the impact was felt by my young mind of 8 years only when I walked into the screening. Apparently, people had bought tickets to stand and watch the movie. The whole hall was literally packed with people , and there it began.

I can honestly say that the dialogues of 3 Idiots are second to none in the history of cinema. It felt like a Robin Williams stand up act. It moved at a unflagging pace, yet made us laugh our hearts out at every wit. At the time of its release, it was considered a social stigma to not have watched 3 Idiots with many of my friends going to watch the movie just because they couldn’t handle the insults hurled them for not doing so. That was when I could really experience the word-of-mouth promotions at its zenith.

I haven’t seen a movie which handles its themes as well as 3 Idiots. Which other movie can you name which goes from a song to next in 6 minutes and from a moment of absolute comedy to a heartbreaking emotional flair. Only one name comes to mind. Spielberg’s Jaws in which there is a scene in which a scene of comedy turns into absolute horror. Such accomplished is 3 Idiots. It works as a great satire, observing the flaws of the Indian education system under a microscope, going through the issues in a languid way, without forgetting its themes under its rapid fire comedy-riot.

The factor that made 3 Idiots such a great movie is its brutal stark realism, the way the characters talk, their body language, reminded me of my own friends. There isn’t a single dull moment in its long running time. Not one.

The performances by each actor is unforgettable. Although it had Sharman, Aamir, Madhavan and Kareena, the stand out is undoubtedly Omi Vaidya as Silencer. The direction by Hirani is superb. The way he conducts the entire movie is unbelievable. For a change in Hindi movies, the cinematography is fabulous. It looked pretty as a picture. The songs are stupendous, devoid of any Bollywood nonsense often attached to the songs churned out.

The bromance and romance are unbelievable. For the entire running time, we forget that Madhavan, Sharman and Aamir are on the screen, for us it’s Farhan, Raju and Rancho. The striking chemistry between Aamir and Kareena is unforgettable. There set the screen on fire whenever they are on screen and you really want to jump up and whistle when they kiss at last.

The way the movie depicts the flaws of ED of India is breath taking. They resonate deeply with everyone’s life and works just as a satire should. I loved it !

3 Idiots has a soul which maybe the purest it can be. I love it, I adorn it. You become the 5th friend among the gang as the story progresses. Whenever I watch it, it makes me want to fall in love, hug my friends, to excel and more importantly, love myself. 3 Idiots is a classic like no one other, but moreover, the movie is a friend of mine like none other.

Rating : 9.8 / 10

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The Theory Of Everything Review

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There should be no boundaries to human endeavor. We are all different. However bad life may seem, there is always something that you can do and succeed at. While there’s life, there is hope – Stephen Hawking

The Theory of Everything is a part-biopic, part-love story which deals with the life and work of Dr.Stephen William Hawking, the world-famous physicist who battled with ALS to achieve world recognition for his work on black holes. It was nominated for 5 Academy Awards, winning one for Eddie Redmayne for Best Actor. If you haven’t heard about it, then please go and live in Longyearbyen.

So,the movie focuses on the the life of Stephen Hawking, starting with his life at Cambridge University, his later scientific work, his relationship with Jane Wilde and his struggles with motor neuron disease and his world-wide acclaim due to the success of his book ‘A Brief History Of Time’.

This year, I had the fortune of watching five movies which will definitely be on my 100 Greatest Movies List : The Imitation Game, Selma, Boyhood, Whiplash and The Theory of Everything. This film is a heart wrenching bio pic which is beautifully written, directed, acted and is near-perfect in almost every aspect. Eddie Redmayne deserved that Oscar. He is at his utmost brilliance in this flick. I will definitely remember this performance by Eddie as one of the greatest in cinematic history. His physical transformative turn as Hawking in this movie is worth every cent you may spend on the ticket. He portrays every emotion stunningly even in the last half when he cannot even move. Felicity Jones is brilliant and I think she deserved that Oscar more than Julianne Moore because giving such a mature performance so early in her career is next to unbelievable. All the supporting actors were brilliant.

The direction is stupendous. James Marsh brings backs the magic that was on display in his previous works : Project Nim and Man on Wire. Especially, the climax scene is one of the best scenes in history. The time-reversal scene is the highlight of the movie. ‘The Arrival Of The Birds’ theme adds to the appeal of the scene. I watched the whole movie 3 times to enjoy the climax scene just like Whiplash. The cinematography, costume design and makeup is prodigious.

The score of the film is awesome. Johann Johannsson displays tremendous talent. The score is brilliant and the use of ‘The Arrival Of The Birds’ in the climax is sheer brilliance.

The movie made me cry in a lot of scenes and I am sure it will make even make you cry, how tough you may be, after watching the movie. You feel for the characters . I say the movie actually felt the best for me when I watched it the second time. You get know more about the characters in the second viewing. The direction of some scenes is just a stroke of genius, especially the rotating shot of the staircases. The movie and its characters stay with you even after you watch it and is worth your time. It is inspirational and definitely made me respect Hawking (even though I don’t understand most of his revolutionizing work)

There is only one flaw that I could notice in this movie and that was that very small amount of time in the move was attributed to Hawking’s scientific career. I believe James Marsh should have focused a little bit more on it for I would haven’t minded sitting for a longer time in the cinema hall watching this awesome movie.

Except than that this movie is brilliant and everyone should definitely watch this flick.

Rating : 9.5/10

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