The Phantom Tollbooth, Norton Juster’s seminal children’s novel originally published in 1961, looks to enrapture an entirely new generation of imaginative youngsters with a new screen adaptation… 139 more words
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Phatikchand: why the deviations from Satyajit Ray’s short story made Sandip Ray’s film an inferior adaptation
Phatikchand is a much better story to read than a film to watch, despite the advantages of an audio-visual medium to evoke the audience’s wonder during the juggling scenes. 774 more words
Despicable Me 3 is a fun 90 minute caper back in the world of Gru and his girls.
At times it feels like there is simultaneously too much and too little going on, with not enough attention given to any of the subplots; although thankfully this prevents too much screen time for the Minions. 59 more words