How strong can a man become when he has love by his side? Here’s my review on Paul Thomas Anderson’s Punch-Drunk Love. Do read and share your opinions.Read More Punch-Drunk Love (2002) "A Quiet but Striking Detour of Style, Substance and Recognition"
Starring:- Julie Baker, Alexandre, Severine, Alphonse, Stacey, Odile. Directed by:- Ferrand. In a country where directors in the form of Godard, Varda and Truffaut are breaking rules and have caused a resurgence in independent filmmaking, some filmmakers are visibly fed up of the numerous breakthroughs of the New Wave and are resorting back to the […]Read More A Review of Meet Pamela, The Subject of Truffaut’s Day for Night (1973)
When filmmaking is compared to a stagecoach ride in the Wild West, you know something’s at play here. Here’s my review of Francois Truffaut’s Day for Night. Do read and share your opinions.Read More Day for Night (1973) "The Greatest Movie Ever Made on Filmmaking"
A muted yet intimidating Spy thriller with one of the very best ensemble cast of all time. Here’s my review of Tomas Alfredson’s Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy. Do read and share your opinions.Read More Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (2011) "The Greatest Spy Drama Ever Made?"
A harrowing tale about Richard Nixon told by Richard Nixon himself. Here’s my review of Robert Altman’s Secret Honor. Do read and share your opinions.Read More Secret Honor (1984) "How to deliver Monologues 101"
When a simple camera movement made me lose my mind. My analysis of a scene from Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master. Do read and share your opinions.Read More Breathing Walls and Application 45 – The Master (2012)