Bringing to you touching movie reviews nay moving reviews that comes straight from the bottom of the heart of a genuine movie lover; Straight From a Movie is much more than what it appears to be. Originally started as a movie quotes website, SFAM has been able to gradually expand its wings towards movie reviews and aftermath explanatory discussions.

The primal intent is to cover up movies as they come on the big screen, and shower peerless love for all the good ones on them dry pages. At the same time, if something leaves a sour taste, not to hold back from decimating it. Yeah! I know it sucks but a man’s gotta do, what he’s gotta do.

Moving Reviews

So why call movie reviews, moving reviews? Now that question makes me nostalgic. My love for movies dates back to that instant etched in time wherein I recall being flabbergasted beyond limit by the sheer concept of movie.

My first movie Jurassic Park was what created that ounce of amazement that I am yet to put a name to. I was barely 5 when I had seen the movie, and it brought into action those dead sleeping cells of awe. Then there was no stopping me. And I am an unstoppable force hitherto. My sense of wonderment arises from genuine heartfelt emotions that makes me live every movie as if it’s a life of its own.

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Movie Reviews Pit-Stop

This page houses latest movie reviews as they come, some you might find skulking in the year wise category, owing to the mere fact that some movies release pretty late in my country. My crucial attempt however remains to pack in everything good here. So, if a bad movie has been skipped it could be deliberately. After all you should know, a man could only do so much.

I want to help you choose only the best movies. My movie reviews intend to solve that very purpose. Also, I comprehend it would be hard if we aren’t on the same frequency. So, it is important that you get a proper read on what makes us like a movie.

From hereon goes our yearly guide. Pick an yearly section which you would like to see a movie from. As of now we have amassed 3 yearly categories ever since the movie review site’s inception. You are going to love them. 🙂

Movie Reviews Year Wise:

2017 movie reviews

You can find all the latest ones holed up in the above category.

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The Salesman Movie Review Forushande (2016) | Makes You Question Human Actions

Art is beyond language, beyond time. Forushande, or what it is better known by globally – The Salesman movie, is a perfect paragon of it. When you watch the actors in the movie perform so effortlessly and unflinchingly, and the director helm every minutiae of life so impeccably you can’t just applaud enough. When you find such a beautiful movie take stunning shape with all the right emotions and thoughts, ...
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Ghost in the Shell Movie Review (2017) | A Mediocre Adaptation of the Popular Anime

We are no strangers to the fact that Hollywood helms bad adaptations when there aren't great directors to back a good story. Ghost in the Shell movie is one of the latest victims to that. It goes without saying that the popular eponymous anime which we discovered in the year 1995 was a benchmark hard to beat. Even so was the manga that gave birth to that very idea. The truth is ...
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The Fate of the Furious Review (2017) | What it was and What it will be

The Fate of the Furious is more or less what the franchise is, and has always been about. There is no changing that. What continuously changes is the story. There is one primal plot in every flick that stands like a nub to steer the story. Since we need to keep the franchise up and running for it's been ridiculously successful, studios are trying their level best to blow our ...
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A Dog’s Purpose Review (2017) | Teaching Us Living Since Time Immemorial

Controversies aside, I believe a movie should be judged only for the time slot it runs sans the politics that surrounds it. A Dog's Purpose might have managed to rope itself under the cross-hair of animal abuse, which nonetheless stays debatable when you listen to both sides of the story, but when you watch it for real without letting allegations decide your adjudication, you realize it’s one gem of a ...
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The Boss Baby Review (2017) | Hilarious But With Less Substance

The Boss Baby is a cinematic animated adaptation of the popular eponymous book by Marla Frazee. Even though the movie lacks a good story to back it up, it stays hilarious nevertheless owing to its slapstick humour and witty comebacks. It sells 'different' with its extraordinary animation, merging fantasy with reality, which I think is one of the areas the movie was able to score in. Then again if you ...
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Power Rangers Review (2017) | What a Load of Monstrous Crap

Being a movie buff, I often choose to reserve judgment when it comes to shitty movies. But after watching Power Rangers I have been compelled to blurt out. It's a preposterous drag you don't want to be a part of. After watching this movie, heck even while watching it, I couldn't help but think, can a movie be so boring, monotonous, stupid, and pointless, and stupid. Did I say stupid? ...
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2016 movie reviews

Movie Reviews from the year 2016 are all placed here.

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Colossal Movie Review (2016) | Analysis and Explanation | Major Spoilers

Colossal movie isn't really a monster flick. So if you are rushing into the theatres just to see a Kaiju and Robot stand off, I would say don't. Also, if you don't like movies with hidden meanings, or if you are too shallow to understand poetic vibes, metaphors, and profound ...
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Split Movie Review (2016) | M. Night Shyamalan is a Paragon of Persistence

How many times did we see M. Night Shyamalan fall? Like an ant falling with food every now and then but trying again nevertheless. Split movie is his one shot that hit home run after more than a decade of movie making. He has finally grabbed hold of that 'mojo' ...
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Hidden Figures Review (2016) | Appreciating the Underappreciated

Hidden Figures is about the people who stay hidden. Those underdogs who boldly take on the world and never come out on the front page. These people need to be acknowledged. They need to be celebrated. And that's what Margot Lee Shetterly does with her book. The flick is based on ...
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Silence Movie Review (2016) | Ripping for the Faithful | Debatable for the Faithless

The passion project of Martin Scorsese finally comes to fruition. It took him 25 years to carve this beauty, and Silence Movie is in every way abounding with all the right emotions that we expected from it. The movie is based on the eponymous novel by Shusaku Endo and is about two Jesuit ...
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Lion Movie Review (2016) | A Biopic that Promises to Rip your Heart Out

If you haven't watched Lion Movie up till now, I beseech you to watch it right away. The Oscar Nominated movie (in six categories) is a flick so profound, touching and melancholic, that it is definitely going to leave you wiping your tears. It is a true story based on ...
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Moonlight Review (2016) | A Stunning Triptych About Finding Yourself

The LGBT issue is real, and people still find it hard to accept. A movie like Moonlight tries to bring it in the vanguard. In a neighborhood that roughhouses the quiet and the mute, where being gay is unacceptable to people, thrives the story of a little boy with hopeful ...
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2015 movie reviews

Find movie reviews from the year 2015 here.

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The Lobster Movie Review (2015) | A Satire on Human Relationships

The Lobster Movie is a stunning satire. It is a metaphor on relationships, of how humans are always under constant peer pressure of finding that one true soul mate that has the same mental disability or defining characteristic as theirs. It is a society that’s divided into two major factions ...
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Parched Review (2015) | Empowers Indian Women to Take a Stand

In a parochial world of male-chauvinism, parched stay the women. Parched for a little place in the world. Parched for teensy droplets of hope in a male dominant society. A rustic village of feeble minds constantly gnaws at them, laughs brazenly at their winds of change. But despite everything that ...
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The Little Prince Review (2015) | Abounding with Stunning Metaphors

The Little Prince happened to me in the form of this movie. I didn’t have a clue, a story so colossal hid all this time from me. Le Petit Prince, the original product of the extraordinary brain of Antoine de Saint-Exupery, was published in the year 1943. It has found ...
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Me and Earl and the Dying Girl Review (2015) | Comical Allegory

I have been meaning to write the review of Me and Earl and the Dying Girl for so long that it makes me sad to see it stand waiting for so long, in the backcloth of my mind, hungry for appreciation. It deserves adulation. It deserves your attention. My sole ...
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Masaan Review (2015) | Powerful Cinema Unleashed | On Love and Loss

I have been meaning to review Masaan for so long. It had always lurked in the corner of my brain as a profoundly helmed beauty that calls for unparalleled attention. So I am writing this, to celebrate it so that those who haven’t watched it already, should, and those who ...
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Hardcore Henry Review (2015) | Gut-wrenching Gore Action Galore

A deafening howl to gore action lovers! People, you have got to watch Hardcore Henry if you wish to experience non-stop gut-wrenching action that is beyond the levels of Shoot ‘Em Up. The action this movie has, places it right up at the top amongst the elite avant garde action ...
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2014 movie reviews

You can find reviews from 2014 here.

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Big Eyes Review (2014)

An enchanting flick! PLOT OF BIG EYES Big Eyes is in a way reflective of a feeling every artist goes through when someone else steals credit for their work. It is a crime that Walter Keane, played superbly by Christoph Waltz, commits without batting an eye and Margaret Keane, portrayed ...
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Frank Review (2014)

Chinchilla! Frank is so much more than a stark psychotic drama. It is a heightened dig into the heads of brilliant characters you might have trouble getting a proper read on. It is loosely inspired on the life of Frank Sidebottom (Chris Sievey) and has been curdled fictitiously into a gorgeous account ...
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Asterix and Obelix: Mansion of the Gods Review (2014)

Asterix and the gang ventures into 3D animated waters for the first time, and I must say it was quite delightful to watch them breathe alive on the big screen. All those big shiny noses and their clumsy acts look just brilliant in CGI. Asterix and Obelix: Mansion of the ...
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What We Did on Our Holiday Review (2014)

What We Did on Our Holiday is downright adorable. What makes this movie a hoot? Three adorable children who comprehend the world with their own little brains, see relationships with their own beady innocent eyes, and act on their reckless instincts and innocent unbloomed knowledge. What We Did on Our ...
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The Water Diviner Review (2014)

Russell Crowe’s first big directorial venture isn’t a fiasco. It is good but there are so many things that stop it from being great. The Water Diviner is a movie that starts off with exceptional score, awesome direction and then later dwindles into mediocrity in its main course, only to ...
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It Follows Review (2014)

No matter how far you go or how far you run, it follows. But just remember - it simply walks to you. So your best shot is to keep running. That or you could pass it on. David Robert Mitchell’s horror tale is a perfectly written thriller buffed up quite ...
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