A sampling of what I’ve watched this year. Spoiler: most of the content is 2021 residue.
‘The Tragedy of Macbeth’ is a stunningly crafted telling of moral error and terror. And it rings chillingly true for all times.
The top movies of 2021.
Sardar Udham is a riveting and stunning story of one of India’s lesser documented revolutionaries. Vicky Kaushal turns in his finest yet.
Bhuj: The Pride of India takes a real-life human interest drama and turns it into listless and disingenuous cinema.
No matter how its political stance has morphed in a polarised and acidic world, ‘Munich’ is still chillingly relevant.
From the splash of acid to acidic wit, from a hyperkinetic trial to virtual thrills, from old-fashioned murder to bloody folklore, 2020 movies slapped it all on.
Director Todd Haynes paints a grim picture of corporate malfeasance. It’s not fun, but it’s an important watch.
Writer-director Aaron Sorkin narrates a compelling, entertaining, and terrifying relevant story that shines to become one of 2020’s important movies.
Director John Curran tells a real-life true story that’s a thrilling and tragic reflection of our spun-doctored times.