Review Of Nisaptha Nadanam (Soundless Dance) : A Soul-Stirring Drama That Questions The Concept Of War

Nisaptha Nadanam (Soundless Dance) is a Tamizh-French film made by a Sri Lankan-French director Pradeepan Raveendran

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Review Of Raja Vaaru Rani Gaaru : A Sweet And Nostalgic Love Story Which Shines With Brilliant Performances

Raja Vaaru Rani Gaaru is a film which relies heavily on the nostalgia of rural lifestyle left behind. When life was simpler, and everything was innocently beautiful

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Review of NetFlix’s The Irishman: A Quiet But Haunting Deconstruction of The Gangster Genre

There hasn’t been a movie that has been as anticipated as Martin Scorsese’s latest contemplative gangster magnum opus, The Irishman

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Review Of Aamis : A Wildly Original And Deliciously Twisted Love Story

Ever since it made a huge splash with its premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival, Aamis has been one of my most anticipated films of the year.

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Review Of Adithya Varma: A Truthful Remake Elevated By Fresh Perspective

Adithya Varma manages to recreate the magic Arjun Reddy has, and the same time offers a new perspective for the ones who have watched the previous film

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Review Of Frozen 2 : A Fun Musical Made With Finesse That Almost Leaves You Fulfilled

Frozen 2 follows the story of two sisters – Anna and Else from Arendelle who set out on an adventure to save their kingdom from grave peril

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Review Of George Reddy : The Contemporary Comrade Tale Of A Martyred Hero Stands Tall With Feisty Pride

George Reddy the movie helmed by debutant Jeevan Reddy, as we see him progress from being a new admit to Osmania University to becoming a revoluntionary

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VoxTalks With Danish Renzu : An Artist Who Derives His Stories Straight From The Heart

Danish Renzu is an internationally acclaimed filmmaker of Indian descent. He has previously made multiple short films that have excelled at prestigious film festivals around the world.

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[VoxSpace Selects] A Retrospective On A Marvelous Year For Malayalam Cinema

This year is undoubtedly the year of the Malayalam cinema. They have had some of the best films not only of this year but I would say these films could compete for the best of the decade.

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