Sachin – A Billion Dreams Review

On the second of April in the year 2011, I (like billion others) was glued to the television screen in my friend’s house. The consistency with which Jayawardene was belting out boundaries was draining us all bit by bit of any hope that this wait of 28 years would finally come to an end. 274 runs were put on board by the visitors, a target imposing in nature even in a normal one-day international, forget in a World Cup final. If India was to lay hands on the World Cup, Sri Lanka had ensured it would be only after the biggest run chase in World Cup final history. After the fall of the Nawab of Najafgarh, the hope of 1.311 billion people took the crease. And after a straight-drive which I to date consider the greatest played in the history of cricket, Tendulkar departed from the crease due to an edge which was held on to by the masterful hands of Kumar Sangakarra. At this moment, my friend switched off the television.

Such was the influence of Tendulkar. For masses all over, Tendulkar encapsulated the entire batting lineup. His wicket meant the downfall of the entire team. The fact that my own personal favourite player and captain of the Indian team, Mahendra Singh Dhoni took the Indian team home is another story. But, this trivial incident seems to be the memory that stands out whenever I recount that eventful day.

This beautiful nation I live in is in itself a rags-to-riches story. From reeling under extreme poverty, India has taken gargantuan steps to consolidate its position as a considerable force in international politics. However, there was a need to stand out. We were developing for sure, but never in the forefront of anything. That is where Tendulkar came in. His rise to the numero uno position coincided with India’s development, turning his career into a prismatic view of India itself. Harsha Bhogle rightly states ‘He stood for everything India stood for – humbleness, a respect towards elders and a zeal to be the greatest. In him, everyone saw their hopes and that they too can come true’.

Never in my life have I ever seen an audience sit through the ending credits of a movie. But, when I went to watch Billion Dreams, every audience member had his eyes glued to the screen till the credits ended. That is because Sachin – A Billion Dreams is not just a movie, it was an experience. In the footage of his last match, a fan is seen holding a board which says ‘ I wish I could have had a time machine just to go back to the 15th of November, 1989’. For the time this movie was projected in the cinema hall, every single one of us in that room had time spiraled back for us, our hearts beating for Sachin again. I won’t give a rating at the end of this, because I give ratings to movies, not experiences.

There few sportsmen that stand out. A handful that define an era, if they are lucky. Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar at the end of his career had ended up defining an entire sport.

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Million Dollar Baby Review

Million Dollar is two movies emulsified into one, one is a sports movie and the other is a drama. Many movies have attempted this transition and failed miserably, but the skillful hands of Clint Eastwood never errs. As I am writing about this movie, I should warn you my dear friend, that if I spoil any of this movie for you, I ask for your apology beforehand. You see, I won’t get a sound sleep if I do a half-assed job at describing one of the greatest movies I have ever seen in my life. So, my apologies.

Million Dollar Baby dives head-first into a world of cliches with its familiar settings. You have the obsessed natural fighter, the gruff old trainer who is at loss after a betrayal and the likeable nobody. However, Paul Haggis’ screenplay circumscribes you from being skeptical about it from the first dialogue. Morgan Freeman’s rusty and soothing voice belts out some of the finest, if not THE finest dialogues written for any sports movie. It paints a picture from just plain words.

As the movie progresses, it takes you with it, completely enchanted. There, I found myself, cheering for Maggie with all my heart, with love I couldn’t even muster for my best friends when they competed in those inter-school football matches. I rarely root for a protagonist, but when I do, I do it with all my heart. In Million Dollar Baby, there was a brief moment where I felt to pay for an injury Maggie sustains after a fight. One of my favorite film critics, Mark Hobin once said ‘At its apex, the medium of film can capture a situation so perfectly that it goes beyond mere entertainment and matures into a reflection on the human experience. A presentation of characters so authentic and so raw that you forget that you’re sitting in a theater watching a movie, but have wandered into a circle of people and are now eavesdropping on their lives.’ That’s what Million Dollar Baby did to me. It blurred all lines of fiction.

The second half is probably one of the most depressing cinema ever filmed. It left me inconsolably sobbing. I wish film-schools make Million Dollar Baby a mandatory cinema for study. I wish all the aspiring film-makers and screenplay writers learn how to inundate the audience with a bond so powerful between characters that the film-going experience translates into a life changing one. When I was set to watch Million Dollar Baby, I expected to take a thing or two from it back home when it ended and make a good case for why Hotel Rwanda would have been a better choice for Best Picture, instead I found myself proclaiming it as one of the greatest movies ever made, and taking away the whole meaning of life itself when it ended. This is why I go to the movies.

(Hilary Swank trained 5 hours per day for this movie which resulted in her winding up with a potentially life-threatening staphylococcus infection. She chose not to tell Eastwood about this because she thought it would be out of character for Maggie. Just thought you should know, that real actors do exist, who live and breathe their art)

RATING :- 9.6 / 10

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Hoop Dreams Review

Hoop Dreams is one of the great cinematic experiences of my lifetime. Its length gives a good sense of the passing time and lets us feel an intimacy towards the hopes and aspirations of its characters. Although a documentary, Hoop Reams has more of a cinematic appeal because of the intrigue factor missing in most of the documentaries.

The tale is of two African-Americans William Gates and Arthur Agee who aspire to become NBA champions. As the tale progresses, the two tales oscillate between being poles apart and morphing into one another. This is a classic underdog story which hasn’t lost its appeal since it was released in 1994. It may be because of the gritty realism in Steve James’  storytelling. He doesn’t shoot with any preconceived ideas, as if to project it as an emotional drama or underdog story, he just lets wheels of fate work its motions and captures it unadulterated. Hoop Dreams is more of two characters realizing how easy it is to dream and how distant the dreams actually are.

The underlying theme also explores the American education system and its flaws and how its structure forces poverty-ridden kids to continue to live in the rut and monotony of life. The coaches and relatives win our hearts with their pragmatic testimonies, where they express their insecurities about the dreams of William and Arthur, yet never let these insecurities transpire before them.

Both William and Arthur never became NBA champions. William became a pastor while Arthur started his own clothing line. The movie, therefore misses the third act, where the character finally tastes sweet success. And good for the viewers too, for it gives a message that most sports movies seem to skip out on, that just because someone doesn’t make it to the top, it doesn’t give us an excuse to not remember them. It is broken dreams and aspirations that make a sport rather than the success stories.

RATING :- 9. 4 / 10

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Dangal Review

Cinema is subjective. Various research has been done so as to analyze this strange phenomenon where a person hates a movie which thousands may love. Recently, I read that an impressing beginning creates a positive vibe about the movie in one-fourth of the audiences. In that case I am really happy for Dangal. No starting sequence has set the tone of what is about to follow as aptly as Dangal since, I even dare to say this, that horrifying Normandy sequence in Saving Private Ryan which encapsulated the entire feeling of dread which was to follow.

Dangal is about Mahavir Phogat who trains his daughters, Babita and Geeta, to become world class wrestlers, so as to win a gold medal for their nation.

Whenever Indian cinema is pitted against world cinema, I SHIVER. It is like Real Madrid playing with Barcelona (have fun figuring out which one I insulted). Well, here is another weapon to my arsenal. One of the few things that I have noticed through my acquaintance with Indian cinema, and I take immense pride in this, we make some pretty badass sports movies. Lagaan, Mary Kom, Iqbal, Bhaag Milkha Bhaag and so many names. And this one again capture the essence of sports.

The focus is on the technicality. The matches are not of importance here, what matters is how a champion is molded and with a 160 minute run time, there is ample space for character development which is brilliantly utilized. I know I might have quashed any interest you may have had to watch this movie with the 160-minute run time bomb, but believe me, there won’t be a single moment where you will look down in your watch and go ‘Crap, Emma Watson was hosting SNL tonight. What the hell I am doing here ?’ And believe me, when I say it is Emma Watson-missable good, I mean business !

Aamir Khan is…… Every frame, that he is in, should be studied by those who aspire to become actors. This is how you act. Secret is, you don’t act, you become the character. Here is a character that has so many complex layers. You can interpret him as a Good Samaritan, a true patriot, or even a complete jerk and yet you wouldn’t be able to not admire him. This kind of performances are like those dreams we pray to have. That brief five second scene where he acknowledges the audience after his victory in the nationals itself brought me to tears. The rest of the cast is phenomenal. Fatima Sana Sheikh is at par with Khan in her performance. This paring emulates the same warmth Clint Eastwood- Hilary Swank duo did in Million Dollar Baby.

Sethu Sriram’s cinematography makes ample use of the effects used by John Seale in Mad Max : Fury Road with the characters’ marching giving an hallucinatory and in-the-moment kind of effect. And the best thing, no shaky cams ! It is a stupid style of cinematography (except when utilized by Paul Greengrass) which vandalizes the efforts of the action choreographer because the audience cannot get a freaking thing and it is sort of an insult to the actors themselves who have put in their all in perfecting the sport. His cinematography makes the very nervousness of the sport palpable on the screen. The background score is heart-wrenching.

If we talk about faults, the only one I could find was that the spotlight was to a major portion on Geeta Phogat which made me feel kinda missing out on the career of her equally illustrious sister Babita. Here exploits in this discipline are only focused upon in a very short period of time, as compared to the screen time her sister’s exploits enjoy.

However, that doesn’t take shine from this stupendous masterpiece in the sports genre which should be watched as soon as possible. My love for India enhanced quadruple times after watching Dangal. Not just because of the patriotic content, but because of the heights this film has reached Indian cinema to.

P.S. This film has been cited by some as example of patriarchy rather than woman empowerment which it is about because Mahavir made them wrestlers, by going against their initial negative stance on wrestling on this, I cite a quote from Breaking Bad, which although was said in a different context, summarized aptly my feeling about this issue ‘And a man, a man provides. And he does it even when he’s not appreciated, or respected, or even loved. He simply bears up and he does it. Because he’s a man.’

RATING : 9.5 / 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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Moneyball Review

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How can you not get romantic about baseball ? – Billy Beane

Bennett Miller’s Moneyball is about Billy Beane (Brad Pit) who is the general manager of the Oakland A’s who after losing three of his prime players of the team desperately tries to find the replacements. He later meets Peter Brand (Jonah Hill) and with him he puts an end to conventional methods of selection, by opting for statistical analysis over performances as he changes the history of baseball forever.

The acting in this movie is fantastic. Huh, who Brad Pitt and Jonah Hill? I saw Billy Beane and Peter Brand on the screen. They transform into these characters that you can’t get for even one second that they are acting. Philip Seymour Hoffman is also awesome. Chris Pratt is top notch in his role and so are the numerous actors.

The direction is stupendous. How Bennett Miller transformed a sort of a over-made type of subject mater and transformed it into so much fun is unbelievable. The way these characters move and talk and just the way they even sit is magic. This not a sports movie, not at all. This is an emotional drama about a man trying to change something which cannot be easily changed, like Jerry Maguire. The sports aspect is just a canvas to paint this heartfelt movie. The cinematography is superb. That opening scene with Billy Beane sitting in an empty stadium just took my breath away. The movie has very smart editing and juggles easily with its timelines.

The score is superb and The Show brought tears to my eyes in the climax. I don’t know how Micheal Lewis gets all his book adaptations right. The Blind Side, and now this ! I have no knowledge baseball because cricket is the religion of us Indians and quite honestly for the movie, I don’t think you need to.

What is it about Brad Pitt ? He does all this horrible movies and comes out with ones like this. Jonah Hill gives his 100 % to everything he is in and I was amazed by the fact that he gave such a controlled performance. He is usually the energy of every movie he has been in but he is so serene.

And most attractive is the father-daughter relationship of Billy and his daughter. It never gets over he top, like for eg. his daughter doesn’t cry and beg while he leaves and all that crap. And the movie has superb dialogues which is more of an exposure to the characters than their actions.

Moneyball ain’t a sports movie it is a beautiful engrossing mesmerizing drama. With actors getting an A in their quota, the movie ends up breaking all the shackles of the genre cliches just like its protagonist. (And The Show song was just a cherry on top)

Rating : 9.4 / 10

Age : 10

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Jerry Maguire Review

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                                           Show me the money ! – Rod Tidwell

Cameron Crowe’s Jerry Maguire is about a sports agent Jerry Maguire (Tom Cruise) who writes a mission statement about dishonesty in the sports agency industry and gets himself fired from his workplace. So, he decides to start an independent venture in which athletes will get personal attention from their agents and Dorothy Boyd (Renee Zellweger) a single mom, inspired by Jerry’s mission statement, joins him in his venture and they strive to make their only client Rod Tidwell (Cuba Gooding Jr.) successful while they struggle to make their business successful amidst their love life.

The acting is incandescent. Tom Cruise is one of the most underrated actors of all time. This is his best performance up to date although Collateral and A Few Good Men does come close. Renee Zellweger is brilliant as Dorothy and Cuba Gooding Jr. is brilliant. He is so brilliant and his Oscar Speech was just awesome.

The movie is a fun take on the sports and sports agents and is very witty. It is an underdog story which is told in such an extremely fast narration which makes it an riveting watch. Hilarious scenes and dialogues are infused so deep in the movie that it stays with you and you loathe Avery. The movie is such an heart-warming one.

The dialogues in this movie are AWESOME. The most quotable dialogues in the world are present in this movie and ‘SHOW ME THE MONEY!!!!!!!’ in my opinion, may be the best movie quote of all time.

Tom Cruise deserved the Best Actor Oscar for this role. This movie is one of the best comedy movies of Hollywood and is a must-watch.

Jerry Maguire is a beguiling comedy which excels both as a comedy and as a drama and is a must-watch entertainer with brilliant performance by its leads.

Rating: 8.8/10

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