pratish7

Who knew having a peculiar habit of keeping tabs on all of the movies I've watched has its perks

Favorite films

  • Kal Ho Naa Ho
  • Bangalore Days
  • Fidaa
  • Panchatanthiram

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  • Recalled

    ★★½

  • The Harder They Fall

    ★★★★

  • A Boy Called Christmas

    ★★½

  • Sridevi Soda Center

    ★★★

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  • Recalled

    Recalled

    ★★½

    A pretty decent and suspenseful thriller that keeps you engaged throughout the film but does not exactly leave a lasting impression. The emotional scenes worked well and are well infused with the intense portions of the film. The climax, however, had many illogical build-ups to it and felt somewhat confusing to the viewers. There were many unanswered questions throughout the film as well.

  • The Harder They Fall

    The Harder They Fall

    ★★★★

    Damn, everything about this movie is dope. This might be the coolest Western film I've seen. The casting itself deserves all the accolades. What an incredible ensemble of supreme talents in one movie. Literally, every character had their heroic moment and not a moment to waste. The style this film projects, the cinematography, the soundtrack, and even the setting are incredible. The action sequence does come off messy, but it's a fun mess. This film deserves a second viewing and is undoubtedly one of the most entertaining films I've watched in a while.

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  • Midnight

    Midnight

    ★★

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Out of all the Korean serial killer genre movies I have watched, this one was the least convincing. Sure, the acting was exceptional, but the whole movie was basically a cat-and-mouse chase. Not only that, that one scene where the psychopath and policeman encountered in the police station was just absurd. Like, are you seriously telling me that some random dude could walk into a police station with weapons and not get checked? They made the police look so incompetent and dense. I usually take pleasure in movies like this due to its intensity, but this one just left me feeling meh.

  • Sridevi Soda Center

    Sridevi Soda Center

    ★★★

    Caste and honor killing are sensitive topics, and a director should be careful in projecting them into a film. This was a daring attempt in doing so while hitting all the right notes. It perfectly portrays the ugly glorification of caste and how it makes a man do the unthinkable. The romantic portion did seem draggy, but the climax and the execution towards the last 20 minutes were genuinely raw and intense. The dialogues were subtle and hard-hitting, especially the…