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Hardy delivers a 'concrete' cast throughout the film
The whole movie confines to a car which is driven by a construction manager.
The builder continues driving despite knowing that this ride is about to destroy his love, his job, his family, his home---everything he has built in his whole life.
This is an absolute stunner---Tom Hardy's one man treat. Hardy delivers a 'concrete' cast throughout the film.
Steven Knight remains stellar at both direction and script. outstanding story-telling. This sort of movie---so close to real life---should not be missed.
The Broken Circle Breakdown (2012)
True worthy of an Oscar nomination
A Belgian masterpiece___
Depressing depiction of a broken family circle. Everything around a sweet, happy family, that comprises a country band member, a tattoo girl and their little daughter, is suddenly quaked when the daughter falls into fatal cancer. Consequently their relation, their love, their happiness, their belief become endangered.
Concrete acting from both protagonists. Heartfelt country music soothes everyone.
Kudos to the director. This movie is true worthy of an Oscar nomination which they earned.
The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)
A mesmerizing visual journey along with Wes Anderson's palatial intellect
That's why cinema is still regarded as art. A mesmerizing visual journey along with Wes Anderson's palatial intellect. Wes is blossoming his artistic mastermind day by day and TGBH, with no regard, is his best creation.
Colorful and spellbound setting throughout the film again provides his eloquent vision. Unique representation with uncanny humor remains his style as always. Ralph Fiennes, as M. Gustave, appears completely in an unmatched role and deserves an Oscar nomination. Johnny Depp was first thought to be in the character and in his absence, Fiennes has just nailed it. All other star actors, along with Gustav's sidekick Zero, also flawlessly feature in the feast of whimsical Wes.
The Conjuring (2013)
Indeed a rare gem in the horror-genre
Renowned paranormal investigator-couple Ed and Lorraine Warren, just before probing their famous "Amityville Horror" case, visit a countryside home, teemed with demonic ferocity, and risk their life to salvage the whole family from evil clutches. Despite the slow-burning beginning, soon the film turns well-paced with its fearsome features. The movie setting perfectly pays panegyric to the 70s' horror movies. Sound effects and cinematography produce spine-chilling impacts. James Wan's direction is so intense and intriguing that it makes me sweat even in AC and causes stomach ache!! Wan vividly establishes him as the pathfinder of modern horrors. He knows meticulously how to frighten viewers with his treatment of satanic approaches and how to play with their fearful instincts. Wan sharply blends the same-old clichés of a haunted house and devilish possession that do not earn disfavor from me. I have to be impressed at how he tracks the paranormal movements and claims the terrifying outputs. Actors make their task well; especially Lili Taylor, Patrick Wilson, Vera Farmiga capture the major show. The movie brings diabolical fever upon me literally. Indeed a rare gem in the horror-genre and would be treated as an ever-green classic as we reckon "The Exorcist" still.
This film is about facts around us; it delivers message to demand our awareness, our judgment.
Three different stories of people where all appear as the poor victims of both real and virtual life and come across inter-connected somehow. Director Alex Rubin brilliantly orients family life to cyber life to show how people, being disconnected from family and society, fall to knit connection in web and get again deceived. Such intense script raises the time-being questions whether Internet connects us or not; whether our disconnected modern life gives Internet chance to exploit us or not. Acting of entire cast successfully claims realistic approach to lift the dramatization. This film is about facts around us; it delivers message to demand our awareness, our judgment. Very much though-provoking indeed___
Behind the Candelabra (2013)
Both of them amazingly remain so energetic and comfortable in love making scenes to discomfort me at success :p
This biographical movie portrays the private life of prominent piano- player Liberace, who was greatly renowned for his exotic dressed stage- performance but miserably died of AIDS, and his intimate relationship with his gay-mate, Scott.
Michael Douglas delivers an Oscar-nomination worthy appearance to sail Liberace's showmanship and spectacular life in style with more of a way of perfection. Matt Damon, as usual, claims his highly potential acting aptitude in all gay-mantic and conflicting moments with Liberace. Both of them amazingly remain so energetic and comfortable in love making scenes to discomfort me at success :p I have to admire Soderbergh's clean, plain direction and of course, all efforts for extravagant makeup, set designs and costumes. This film has already bagged 3 Emmys and will definitely impact on Oscar juryboard.
El cuerpo (2012)
The ending comes too shocking and too artful to get such prediction
The story centers upon a missing corpse of a wealthy lady from morgue. This is an excitatory thriller, framed with severe mystery and unthinkable twists.
El Cuerpo is a stirring creation from Spain that literally causes my goosebumps.
Actors do their job well-enough to depict the script more puzzling, more shifty. Their believable acting makes the investigation occult; clues are popping up but not helping much to unravel the plot. The ending comes too shocking and too artful to get such prediction. Excellent screenplay; Kudos towards director Oriol Paulo___
A wealthy detective novelist invites his wife's lover in his mansion and traps him in his clever mind games as a part of revenge. Laurence Olivier and Michael Caine, both two legendary British actors, put prominent piece of performance in their puzzle-plays.
Olivier remains exquisite to toy Caine with his intellect and gamesmanship. His superiority complex and snobbery represent the pitch- perfect image of the then British upper class society. Grandiose Olivier can not accept such defeat from a middle class hairdresser who has snatched his wife. Therefore, he plots Caine to participate in a battle of games to humiliate him utterly. Olivier is flawless to portray his pompousness and obsession to his predominance. It was actually poor luck for him to miss Oscar that year as he got Marlon Brando, The Godfather (1972), as his contender.
However, Caine also comes ravishing in his ways of treatment in the intellectual warfare. Caine is magnetic to reply to all mockeries and humiliation, made by Olivier, though his acting can not surpass Olivier's superb appearance at length.
Anthony Shaffer, one of the mightiest 20th century English playwrights, creates an intriguing screenplay, full of wits and aggressive humors. Both Olivier and Caine seem natural in darting each other with those witty dialogues. The setting provides a perfect theatrical tide throughout the film. Above all, there is no other option valid to admire Joseph Leo Mankiewicz for this mind-blowing charade. He is always grand at his place as a director. Additional hype arouses for Sleuth as it is Mankiewicz's last film. To conclude, this one is an obvious recommendation for all classic mystery fans.
Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (2013)
not as good as Rang de Basanti___
Obviously this movie is a milestone against the cheesy course of Bollywood.
Farhan Akhtar once again proves him a hard-working actor as he inherits the character, Milkha Singh. He is the core of this long 3 hours. Songs get A-. However, Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra's direction is a big okaay; but not as good as Rang de Basanti. It still fails to ignore the typical Indian approach; flawed by overdrama at several places, hilarious howdy romance!!!! Sonam Kapoor can not cope with her role.
Overall, an admirable attempt to portray such inspirational character like Milkha Singh.
illuminates humanism against racism____
The storyline follows an American true legend in the major league of baseball history. It depicts Jackie Robinson's historic entrance as the first black player in US baseball league in 1947 with the enlightenment of anti-racism. The movie is too much intriguing; teemed with inspirations. It should be noted in the bunch of all greatest sports movies.
Harrison Ford, as Branch Rickey who took such brave step to sign a negro, was outstanding in his performance throughout the film. Ford must get an Oscar nomination for this powerful supporting presence. He remains amazing in his role to plant belief and inner peace in the core of Jackie. What an elegant show from the oldgun!!!!
Chadwick Boseman comes well to portray his tolerance against the intolerable racist assaults upon him from his fellow teammates, players of other teams and spectators. Nicole Beharie, as his wife, firmly supports Jackie to tackle all odds with perseverance. Even the whole cast appears flawless in their acting. However, commending musical score lifts the emotional and inspirational level higher while watching the film. Baseball scenes are also shot realistically. To sum up, this fine piece of essence thoroughly illuminates humanism against racism____