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Kaboom (2010)


Polyamorous teens, witchcraft, science-fiction conspiracy theories, shoegaze soundtrack galore…yup, it’s a Gregg Araki film. Often shifting between nihilistic dramas and sprightly, wildly post-modern comedies, Araki is certainly one of the most unique and undervalued directors working today, and I honestly think that may have something to do with the sexually frank nature of his films, which embrace all types of experiences, something that’s too much for the sexually repressed nature of Western European civilisation. 67 more words

Film Reviews

Jockstrap-on (Everybody Wants Some!! review)

I kind of hated dating when I was a younger buck. Mostly because of all the hormones, the uncertainty of identity, and dealing with the scores of other impressionable youth who were in the same boat as I. 732 more words


Movie Time - India Box Office

Animation is one genre that has really caught up very well in every household.  Sometimes it is the children who drag the parents while it is the other way around, at times. 336 more words


Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates (2016)

Loose in narrative and derivative in nature, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates is a raunchy comedy that entertains thanks to the comedy interplay of its four leads. 304 more words

2016 Movies

Movie Review : Brahman Naman

Brahman Naman is this weekend’s big release (considering Sultan came out midweek) globally in theatres and, for the first time in Bollywood history, on Netflix. 923 more words


Swiss Army Man (2016)

Swiss Army Man shouldn’t work as a movie, and in fact it will only work for a narrow swath of the world’s audience. There were plenty of walkouts during its Sundance premiere. 1,754 more words


Subverting the scene- Q on his upcoming Brahman Naman

Qaushik Mukherjee (Q as he is known), has earned a reputation of making experimental films which are surreal yet being realist. From his eight-film oeuvre which has Tasher Desh a psychedelic re-framing of Tagore’s musical and Gandu- a cult, which was banned because of being too explicit, Brahman Naman is the newest entry to the list which was a favourite sex comedy at Sundance and other important festival round the globe.He flexed out a narrative where you did not need to use words to describe things and the humour automatically through manipulation of the body. 603 more words

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