Reading Time: 5 minutes Director Craig Gillespie rolls out the darkly comic “I, Tonya” that hits you where it hurts, even as it tripel-axels on stunning performances by Margot Robbie and Allison Janney.
Reading Time: 6 minutes Life is a Cinema Hall rating: (This rating is only a snapshot. The details are in the words.) It’s obvious
Reading Time: 5 minutes Director Scott and cinematographer Dariusz Wolski paint the screen with tones of tension, shades of noir, and ratchet up the heartbeat that much more. But the best lighting and atmospherics is when Getty is onscreen, the shades dark, temporally lonely, and enveloped in an impermeable wrap of green-bags and isolation. Actor Christopher Plummer lends an air of imperiousness that’s impenetrable and sometimes unfathomable – and you know he’s hiding an uneasy past all through for his character. That somehow, tragically, also justifies his own manic obsessiveness with money, estate, paintings, and deals.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Director Ashim Ahluwalia’s Daddy unwaveringly and unequivocally fails on all counts, leaving you stunned at the enterprise and its unhappy achievement. Which is a bit of a surprise, really. For, based on Mumbai’s underworld gangster, Arun Gawli, you’d have thought the man’s life story and his rise and fall would have automatically made for some spiffy and crackling material onscreen.
Reading Time: 5 minutes As director James Erskine sat down to write the script for Sachin: A Billion Dreams, one can only imagine him
Reading Time: 6 minutes Imagine you are a woman. (If you actually are, you can safely skip this part.) Imagine, also, that you’re a
Reading Time: 5 minutes “What we expect from you is honesty, integrity, and team work, making sure you don’t do anything wrong or violate
Reading Time: 7 minutes We menfolk have it rather good, don’t we? There’s nary a phase of discrimination in our lives, be it while
Reading Time: 5 minutes Choices. As human beings, everything that we do is eventually is the result of choices we’ve made at some cross-road
Reading Time: 5 minutes Without any of us actually realizing it, there’s one factor in our current, connected, perennially and pervasively connected lives that’s