Chappaquiddick (2017)

I missed Chappaquiddick on its original short-lived run at the theatre. However, it is on Netflix, and I finally watched it. To say I was blown away by the performances of everyone, including Jason Clarke as Senator Ted Kennedy, would be an understatement. This movie was pure gold. The events of 1969 shocked the Nation … More Chappaquiddick (2017)

Greta (2018)

Greta showcases that the world is still full of mysterious people who do cruel things to one another. The innocent always fall prey and even those with the best intentions in their heart somehow end up on the dark side. It truly amazed me that a story set in 2018/9 would be so simple yet … More Greta (2018)

Tulip Fever (2017)

Tulip Fever had a very slow beginning, peaked way before the ending, and gave us a rather crappy ending. I caught this film on my flight to New York recently. It featured one of my favourite actresses today, Alicia Vikander, in one of her steamiest roles yet. Decorated in elegant dresses of the era, she … More Tulip Fever (2017)

First Man (2018)

The First Man trailer dropped in the summer of 2018 and I was seriously drooling at the thought of seeing this Oscar contender in IMAX.  Well, I never made it out to IMAX and just watched it at a regular theatre. In one way I’m happy I didn’t spend the extra money, but wish I … More First Man (2018)

Red Army (2014)

To celebrate the return of the Olympic Winter Games to Sochi, Russia in 2014, Gabe Polsky set out to make a documentary about the Red Army. The Red Army teams for those of you who were not aware, were players who served the Soviet Union both on the ice and in the military. This story … More Red Army (2014)