Articles by Mihir Fadnavis
Aug 17, 2017
Annabelle: Creation movie review - Visually rich, competent performances with clichéd horror tropesThe only interesting aspect of Annabelle: Creation is the post credits scene featuring Valak from Conjuring 2.
Aug 14, 2017
Icarus review: This Netflix documentary is one of the most politically relevant watches of this yearWith Icarus, the line between fictional motion picture film-making and documentary work is now further eroded
Aug 11, 2017
The Emoji Movie movie review: A factory-made product oozing with sugar, and no real memorable tasteThe Emoji Movie is what you get when every single bad idea in the world is crammed into a single film
Aug 10, 2017
Atomic Blonde movie review: Charlize Theron's action-thriller is a bland and forgettable cocktailAtomic Blonde is set in 1989, at the height of the Cold War. Charlize Theron plays Lorraine, an MI6 agent summoned by her boss and a mysterious CIA man to debrief them on a top secret mission.
Aug 02, 2017
To The Bone movie review: Netflix's film on anorexia has a dash of dark comedy, and lot of heartTo the Bone, directed by Marti Noxon, addresses anorexia subtly — making it a fairly strong recommendation on Netflix
Jul 28, 2017
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets movie review: A spaceship-sized misfireOne wishes director Luc Besson didn’t have such a huge budget to make Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets. Perhaps a closely knit story would have been more gripping instead of the theme park ride that this currently feels like
Jul 27, 2017
Berlin Syndrome movie review: One of the most unpredictable, memorable thrillers of this yearBerlin Syndrome is the film to watch this week, if you’re in the mood for a terrific, claustrophobic thriller with excellent performances and an increasingly unpredictable plot.
Jul 25, 2017
Chasing Coral review: A stunning wake up call on climate woes for those who love natureFor anyone who still hasn’t realised how screwed we are by climate change, Chasing Coral, directed by Jeff Orlowski will function as a stunning wake up call.
Jul 19, 2017
Dunkirk movie review: Sensory overload, powerful visuals show Christopher Nolan is on top of his gameWith Dunkirk Nolan has officially cemented himself as this generation’s Spielberg – not just in skill level and versatility of his filmmaking, but also in the way every new film of his becomes a worldwide event.
Jul 13, 2017
Sand Storm movie review: This biting social commentary is a triumph for indie cinema worldwideSand Storm bagged the Grand Jury trophy at last year’s Sundance Film Festival and chronicles the conflicts of a Bedouin family somewhere in the Middle East.