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:

2016 movie reviews

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

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A ravishing hoot! Moana movie is a fantastic animation that doesn't stop at anything to give you what you came for. It's a non-stop joyride. It bides by cool contemporary vibes when it comes to cracking up conversations, alongside weaving an ancient fanciful tale of Gods and Humans to teach us so many valuable lessons. This Disney movie delves into rhythmic notes a couple of times (music is amazing by ...
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Wonderstruck! Dumbfounded! Arrival movie confounds you as it crushes dams of conventions. It is the arrival of a change, a different outlook at the word 'alien'. So many movies we have seen hitherto, all showing aliens in an ugly limelight, branding them destroyers, marauders or invaders. It used to paint the same old picture with its destructive cliches. Arrival movie changes everything. Your perception about strangers in our land. It ...
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Years of missing J. K. Rowling’s genius on the big screen finally felt quenched with Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them movie. It flickered in me those familiar goosebumps I used to get on witnessing the Warner Bros Pictures logo hit the big screen. It would sublime that renowned rad symphony that went Na-Na-Na-Na-Na in the backdrop. Direction of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Fewer directors could ...
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Mila Kunis can still run a one woman show. So she proves in Bad Moms movie. The light comedy might not have a huge plot under its belt, it still manages to wade through owing to its comic pleasantries. The feel-good factor that it bides by, when you see all the goodness going on in the life of Amy, you almost realize that this movie is going to leave you ...
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Words bereave me as I try to put this one together. Kubo and the Two Strings had me mesmerized. And not just by its breathtaking realism, but by the calm in its thoughtful direction, and the peerless work that it tagged along. Very satisfying! The movie forever carries a hint of grim element, and is not afraid to walk across dark enclaves in order to provide us with an amazing ...
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Neighbors 2 Sorority Rising or Bad Neighbours 2 is no doubt funny, but is brimming with gross jests. The movie seems more of a sad attempt at a sequel trying to justify its original theme. Alas! it walks in with an insipid and pointless plot. Also, despite the natural fun flair, there is that textbook coarseness lurking too, that Seth Rogen's movies are usually never without. Plot of Neighbors 2 ...
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Trolls movie is more like a fairy tale product of someone who believes the world is all candies and sugar. It tries to force that very idea with three things namely hugs, singing and dancing. Trolls movie gives you an impression as if a little girl has helmed its story. It doesn’t have any gravitas to it, lacks even an ounce of good humour and makes you shake your head ...
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Doctor Strange is as badass as Marvel gets. You take the inbred flamboyance of Benedict Cumberbatch into consideration and remove those palisades of expression that bind him, you take his innate knack for humour and let it flow with his perfect timing, you let him really get under the skin of a character that you so profusely adore, and lo! You have got yourself a winning movie. Benedict Cumberbatch: The ...
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We have lost him! I repeat. We have lost him! Jack Reacher Never Go Back movie has forced one of the most badass protagonists to fade into vacuity. All that smug style and mannerism whilst fighting and figuring out crime has lost its shine in this garish sequel. Jack Reacher that Christopher McQuarrie had so beautifully carved in the first one has been completely obliterated. And you can't just blame ...
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before the flood movie
Before The Flood movie is an eye opener. It kills me inside to see how inconsiderate we have been all our life, to the planet that gives us the right to live. The right to survive in it, to experience its stunning creations, to stay ensnared by its bountiful fruits. While one man is on a mission to disclose our eyes, and has been ranting all his life addressing a ...
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Sausage Party is a ballsy satire that tries to open the eyes of blind believers by gelling up with its fantastical fun theme. Food talking! Yes, this world is all about your favourite food talking with each other, and cracking up jokes in an attempt to please humans. Conrad Vernon and Greg Tiernan’s humorous R rated comedy is all about self-realization and it uses plenty of sarcasm to achieve that ...
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The Girl on the Train is a whodunit mystery. Tate Taylor tries to keep the real murderer well under the wraps at all times in the girl on the train movie, trying to do ample justice to Paula Hawkins’s novel of the same name. However, in an attempt to cover up, and tie everything down to the story’s culminating point, he seems to be unknowingly rushing towards the ending. That ...
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Bill Dubuque’s story of The Accountant movie fits like a glove into the frames of Gavin O’Connor, one of the finest directors of our times. For those who are unaware, the latter’s the same guy who brought us the exceptional movie Warrior in the year 2011. The Accountant movie packs in a rare gem of a story that couldn’t have received a better director. Apart from a predictable climax, the ...
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Skipping The Lost Symbol altogether Ron Howard was asked to do the Inferno movie instead. Unfortunately, Ron’s Robert Langdon franchise isn’t really doing so great when you take into account the colossal success of Dan Brown’s books. Do you wonder - is it because of Ron Howard's direction? Or whether is it because it takes away almost everything from a book when a director is trying to give us a ...
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Mira Nair’s movie Queen of Katwe is a stunning sports biopic that rhymes with the life of Phiona Mutesi, the chess prodigy with an impoverished devastating childhood. Phiona belonged to one of the largest slums of Kampala, so you can imagine how destitute she really was, growing up. A powerful brain like that of hers was dying in that dreamless muck without any self-realization, selling maize and trying to earn ...
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Tim Burton's knack for the queer continues. This time he picks up Ransom Riggs's Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children off the shelves. But the big question is he able to deliver a proper literary adaptation? The answer is not quite. I would say Miss Peregrine ends up becoming a tad unremarkable for its remarkable tale. However, its story can't be overlooked either. If you pay heed to the plot ...
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The MS Dhoni movie tries to capture the unwavering sojourn of one of India’s greatest cricketing heroes, none other than the captain cool Mahi himself. Even though there were words galore in Dhoni’s original tale, they fail to come out right, owing to the movie’s ungainly direction. You end up with a vacuous contrivance of a flick that dawdles around for something to hold on to. It runs endlessly for ...
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Storks movie is high on slapstick humour, chucklesome one-liners and an intelligently thought of oscillating story line. Even though Storks is like a constant roadrunner of a movie, which raises question about its editing, it still manages to rake you in with its primal theme - Baby! Isn't that a winning idea per se? THE CONCEPT OF STORKS Well, this one is an old one actually. The notion “storks deliver ...
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The Magnificent Seven is a stale tale left on the mercy of gun-power to prop it. We have seen so many cowboy movies hitherto that if there isn’t something new to it, it becomes an instant bore. The Magnificent Seven is no different. However, the movie isn’t exactly bad either. It hangs around in its mediocrity. Alas! it goes nowhere. The Magnificent Seven is a remake of the 1960 movie ...
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What a sweet movie! Bridget Jones's Baby, a sequel that picks up crumbs that were left off in the year 2004, finds its original director Sharon Maguire back in the chair again. She literally revives what was lost in the Edge of Reason, and brings to the vanguard another “hard to beat” actor Patrick Dempsey who is hands down perfect for Jones. PLOT OF BRIDGET JONES'S BABY (SPOILERS AHEAD) A ...
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2015 movie reviews

Find movie reviews from the year 2015 here.

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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 stands against them, a coterie of three friends take on the challenge, defying dams that have them bound. UNABASHED PLOT ...
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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 numerous collaborations over the years, all countless beautiful contributions hands down. The Little Prince Overview One of the best-selling books ...
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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 intent is to shower undying love for this intensely deep and touching movie that beats every convention that mainstream cinema ...
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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 have, read it to experience its sagacity all over again. Masaan beats Indian mainstream conventions hands down. A powerful flick ...
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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 group. MAGIC OF HARDCORE HENRY What does a good action movie need? Thrilling stunts, profuse gore, constant adrenaline rush, great ...
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An ode to the jilted! Far from the Madding Crowd is a movie that lets us dig into the extraordinary Thomas Hardy genius that gorgeously scales his unique style of story building. David Nicholls knits a fine screenplay to complement the powerful Hardy plot. Thomas Vinterberg on the other hand helms sheer magic. His direction is subtle, focuses on the call of the hour and displays only the best bits ...
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The Witch is a beautifully helmed ghastly take on black magic straight from folklore! Whilst witchcraft is a topic still quilted under dubious clouds, the story Robert Eggers weaves is no less than the work of a genius. There is excruciating dread imbibed in his way of storytelling that makes it one of a kind. Eggers maintains a regular pace throughout the flick to milk our fears without going into ...
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The Man Who Knew Infinity is a good biopic, not the greatest of ones, but does ample justice to the prodigy. A BRIEF GLIMPSE INTO THE PAST I remember reading an extraordinary account of Ramanujan from Hardy’s pages back in school, where he subtly described the genius he was and the valuable contribution he made to the Mathematical society. I distinctly remember G.H. Hardy’s thoughts what Ramanujan meant to him, ...
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Watching American Ultra was like reading a comic book. Not a really good one though. The average sorts. It was fun whilst it lasted. TWISTS AND TURNS OF AMERICAN ULTRA As we take the reins of the joy ride, we find characters reeking of normalcy in the starting bit, if we overlook the battered protagonist in the prologue for a second. We think everything is going fine then boom comes ...
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A twisted drama! Comes another melodramatic venture from the beautiful head of Jean-Marc Vallee, Demolition is a movie not for everyone. Whilst I personally love his direction, in the back of the head I get this feeling it might overwhelm some with apathy. PLOT OF DEMOLITION Demolition lets you delve into the head of a guy who goes rogue on account of a recent mishap. Jake Gyllenhaal gets into the ...
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Beautiful and overwhelming! Anomalisa is a rare take on human insouciance towards things that one becomes accustomed to. ANOMALISA IS AN EMOTIONAL JOURNEY I have rarely seen a movie so eloquently shot to capture human emotions in the most vivid way possible. It is unafraid to scale horizons of the bold, yet humble enough to revisit tattered fronts of human nature. The cast is just, well, three people - David ...
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An alluring take on same-sex love! Carol isn’t just a self-exploration sojourn of Therese Belivet; it is so much more. With an enchanting screenplay to keep us company, Carol walks with a constant finesse depicting human emotions in a beautiful way. You can’t help but feel for the characters as they carry the right gusto in their acts. Rooney Mara is simply outstanding. She carries a face of innocence that ...
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An eye-opener! Spotlight throws spotlight on the ugly side of faith. An issue lodged so profusely in the streams of religion that it goes either unnoticed or remains unlit. Plot: A team of reporters work conscientiously to bring child abuse by priests into the forefront by illuminating the dark hollows of the ugly tactics of the church. The movie addresses the issue slyly and then dives into it fully fledged ...
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A powerful movie! Eddie delivers an enthralling performance. The Danish Girl is a self-realization sojourn of Einar Wegener, a top-notch landscape painter from Denmark, who unfurls gradually into his true identity. Never leaving his side in a full supportive backdrop is Gerda Wegener, played superbly by Alicia Vikander, who depicts a gorgeous shade of loyal love. The movie leaves you wondering how bold and resolute Einar Wegner really was, to ...
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Adorable, powerful and literally captivating! Room is a dive into the head of a child’s perspective, who witnesses the world for the first time. Emma Donoghue comes with a tale that is so beautifully wrapped under the outlook of Jack who believes space is confined. It is in a way reflective of how we have been living in today’s world, and how possibilities gawk at us from a distance, and ...
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What an inspiring flick! Joy is simply awe-inspiring. Jennifer Lawrence is a girl with the golden goose. She never fails to deliver. Her portrayals are powerful. Her eyes are so riveting that it is hard not to empathize with the pain she wears. Her demeanour dons a skin that is hard not to relate to and she makes you sway to her rhythm. The natural act she puts on is ...
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Can we ever forget the big bad ugly “Great Recession”? Just when you were trying real hard to forget, bam! comes The Big Short, forcing you to relive the pain again. But wait! Don’t be fooled just yet. It isn’t like any other mainstream movie, or a drama to focus on the severity the great fall brought along, or the lives it uprooted, or the devastating aftermath it brought along ...
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Enthralling and exhilarating joyride! India’s biggest unsolved case couldn’t get a truer justice. Talvar is simply mind-boggling. From the engaging frames of Meghna Gulzar comes a tale without a tail. An investigation that will leave you at your wit’s end. With Vishal Bhardwaj’s magnificent writing comes a piece that will let you fathom the ‘what’ and leave the ‘how’ for you to figure. You can’t really forget the Aarushi murder ...
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The Hateful Eight is a thrilling crime carnage that crawls and feeds on utter suspense. Quentin has a knack for making the awesome. Not only does he walk in with a dope gore crime drama in his baggage, but he directs the tale magnificently too. Plot, strewn across three hours of engaging drama, entails six chapters akin to a book that have been well played by a stellar cast. With ...
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The Revenant is a gruesome gore blended with the right dose of beauty. Grisly and grizzly is written all over it. The biopic that carefully walks on the edges of jaws of death that Glass managed to return from, couldn’t have possibly ended up being more complete and perfect. “My heart bleeds. But revenge is in the creator’s hands.” Aforesaid escapes Hikuc’s mouth, a Pawnee who happens to the protagonist ...
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2014 movie reviews

You can find reviews from 2014 here.

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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 by Amy Adams, endures for the better half of her life. Screenplay coming from Walter Keane is very reassuring as ...
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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. OUTSTANDING FRANK CHARACTERS To see everything through the sane eyes of the protagonist Jon Burroughs played superbly by ...
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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 Gods wouldn’t disappoint you. It is funny, featuring slapstick comedy, more of a situational provocation brought to you by the ...
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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 Holiday is a delightful perspective into the abyss of the broken that skims its aftermath gorgeously. David Tennant looks the ...
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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 resurrect again in the end. Screenplay is good, sometimes covering great words brilliantly spoken by the cast. Score is enthralling ...
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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 beautifully by brilliant actors like Maika Monroe, Keir Gilchrist, Lili Sepe, Olivia Luccardi and Daniel Zovatto. The background score is ...
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Extraordinary feat! Exceptional stuff! Wild is downright wild. The title insinuates so many things; it couldn’t be more justified. The restless state inside the head of a woman, who has encountered a recent tragedy, the aftermath of that catastrophe, the wilderness she resorts to for recovering herself - everything indicative of the apposite title of the flick. Wild is a movie of self-discovery through an ordeal of hiking. The movie ...
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Kingsman is exhilarating! What does a spy movie need? Eye-popping gore, ridiculous concepts, shreds of humour and some ballsy action sequences. Add a suit to it, and you have got yourself some classic JB stuff. But it ain’t James Bond. Kinda more like Jack Bauer! 😉 Matthew Vaughn hardly disappoints. He is a man of KickAss taste (see what I did there?) He literally survives on theatrics. Take any of ...
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Exhilarating! Extraordinary performances! Birdman: Or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) is an outstanding flick that tries to capture the life of a washed up actor, his continuous battle to prove his mettle in the acting world once again. Michael Keaton, the protagonist plays a character that is miffed by his psychotic split persona, in his endeavour to revive and in the process, get a hold of himself. Plot of Birdman: ...
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“It was an enchanting old ruin.” The Grand Budapest Hotel is drenched in literary awesomeness, Wes Anderson’s beautiful adventurous tale is about the life of a concierge named Gustave, who develops a friendship with a loyal Lobby Boy Zero Moustafa, a young immigrant from the East, on account of a misfortune that fires an avalanche of events. Set in a span between the World Wars, the story is basically a ...
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Intense and epic! Damien Chazelle has landed a knockout blow in extremity with his epic jazz project. Whiplash is a story of a young drummer with a potential to stand amongst the greats and an abusive instructor who seeks perfection at every note to help his students achieve the greatness. The casting couldn’t have been more perfect. Both Teller and Simmons fit the portrait of their characters superbly. Simmons is ...
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Straight from a movie Foxcatcher review
Simply blown away by Foxcatcher! Outstanding performances! PLOT OF FOXCATCHER Bennett Miller’s wonder Foxcatcher, is primarily a psychological study of exceptional characters portrayed superbly by Steve Carell, Channing Tatum and Mark Ruffalo. Based on a true story of brethren Mark Schultz and Dave Schultz, the tale is an account of how their lives changed when they encountered the richest man in the United States, who promised to support Mark in ...
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X-Men: Days of Future Past is stark brilliant! Boo you ‪‎Ratner‬! We don't want you messing with it again! So I knew the flick was going to make me jump on my seat since ‪Time Travel‬ was entailed and boy it did! SPOILERS To begin with we have the punishing and ravaging ‪Sentinels‬, there designs hi-tech and adaptive unlike the sloth ones from the animated series! And boy can they ...
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"You said it yourself, bitch!" Marvel‬ has simply blown us away! Guardians of the Galaxy packs in a marvel-lous hilarious story! We are in the era wherein Marvel can't do anything wrong. It even shits gold now! True story! ‪Gunn‬'s a super-rad director planted in the perfect shoes by Marvel and boy does he deliver! By far the boldest move, as the Guardians of the Galaxy is the finest venture ...
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"I don't feel pain, fear, desire. It's like all things that make us human are fading away." Lucy is shimmering with a beautiful concept. Scarlett has literally touched the other side. All the projects she has taken over the years have inadvertently pushed her above the average 10% human capability, so she proves with her intense fervour as human before the interval and then later as the insentient being wrapped ...
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Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is a perfect example of how to make a perfect movie. We saw the gradual development of a baby ape into an intelligent leader in Rise. In Dawn, we see him reign. Reeves offers us an insight, a glimpse about the impending chaos in a Simian afflicted world. He spends hours into character building, the crucial element to any flick, where a director ...
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The Maze Runner finds the movie it deserves. Wes Ball‬'s first big direction venture can't be ignored. Albeit ‪Dashner‬ hands him over his brilliant tale on a silver platter, Wes still makes it appear equally great. SPOILERS Dashner's The Maze Runner is a reflection of our real world. It makes you ponder, if we too are a part of something inexplicable, that our life is a maze and we are ...
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Deliver Us from Evil is not a horror movie exactly. Primarily because there is nothing to be afraid of. Yes, there is exorcism entailed but it doesn't make you even flinch. That being said, if you don't look at it as a horror flick you might actually enjoy the story. Deliver Us from Evil Horror Factor Scott Derrickson's previous horror ventures like ‪‎Sinister‬ and ‪‎The Exorcism of Emily Rose‬ packed ...
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Dracula Untold is told by a beautiful dark direction of the newbie ‎Gary Shore‬, Stoker's tale has found a perfect variant. Luke‬ is ravishing in the drac shoes and the tale of Dracula Untold is brilliantly scripted. There are subtle glimpses that Shore uses like depicting rad scenes of war through the dead eyes of a Turk that makes things different. Although the action bit isn't that great and put ...
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Robert Duvall‬ is outstanding and so is Robert Downey Jr. in the movie The Judge. SPOILERS Little outbursts and disagreements of the duo have been executed brilliantly and framed exceptionally well by ‪Dobkin‬. The bit where Duvall rushes up in high squall carrying a temper whilst Downey follows for war is one of the most dramatic scenes that shows how puny nature is against human commotion! Humour is strewn in ...
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