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  • Small-town India: G Kutta Se, Angamaly Diaries and A Death in the Gunj

    24-06-2017 02:41:00

    Massey's disposition of someone being consumed by his unending torment is perfect

  • Not woke enough

    09-06-2017 23:54:00

    My heart bleeds when I see that a well-intentioned story is botched up for monetary reasons

  • Dotage dramas

    12-05-2017 23:29:00

    Movies like Mukti Bhawan and Pa Paandi are essential lessons in filial responsibilities

  • Poetic existence

    14-04-2017 23:56:00

    The movie has Adam Driver as the eponymous character who drives a bus in New Jersey's Paterson

  • Howling fantods

    01-04-2017 01:23:00

    Three movies in the recent past gave me the howling fantods

  • J Jagannath: Superhero marathon

    17-03-2017 23:21:00

    'Baahubali' is the closest to a proper super hero Indian cinema has produced after 'Mr India'

  • J Jagannath: Oscars so radical

    03-03-2017 23:54:00

    Made in America was the longest film ever nominated for an Oscar, let alone to win one

  • J Jagannath: Coming of age

    17-02-2017 23:40:00

    Jenkins made a movie with such cool intelligence and sorrow that it's beyond pulchritudinous belief

  • J Jagannath:Oscars in Trumpland

    03-02-2017 23:55:00

    There have now been 647 cinematography nominations in Oscar history

  • J Jagannath: Voice of a generation

    21-01-2017 00:24:00

    What Infinite Jest did to the '90s, Wire to the aughts, Girls does the same for the 2010-2020 decade

  • J Jagannath: Making it big

    23-12-2016 23:27:00

    Watch 'La La Land' and 'American Honey' to understand it's not such a bad thing to dream big

  • J Jagannath: Linguistics and philosophy

    09-12-2016 23:01:00

    Villeneuve is like the alternative Spielberg we never knew we needed

  • Film festival amid war

    29-10-2016 00:02:00

    Days before the Jio MAMI 18th Mumbai Film Festival was to kick off, Karan Johar came out with a 117-second video appealing to a fringe nationalist party to allow a smooth release of his upcoming Ae Dil Hai Mushkil. This earnest, albeit ...

  • Gifts from a film fest

    15-10-2016 00:04:00

    The former, a French-German-Belgian psychological thriller starring Isabelle Huppert, is based on the rape-without-tears bestseller Oh... by Philippe Djian

  • Best of the best

    01-10-2016 00:06:00

    I have a few reservations considering how documentaries don't find a mention and neither does a single Indian movie