Monthly Archives: March 2015

Review of Kenneth Branagh’s sentimental, splendorous Cinderella!

Most fairy tales conclude on such a delightful note, it’s easy to ignore the drudgery that paves the path of dream-come-trues. Even at its most simplistic they signify something truly profound — magic doesn’t simply fall in your lap, you … Continue reading

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NH10 is a compelling watch until its underwhelming climax!

Night seems to transform Gurgaon’s claustrophobic traffic into a magical bokeh of glimmering signal lights where aloof skyscrapers line up to embrace. There’s deceptive comfort in its inanimate vibrancy. For a long time the camera reports this urban scenery, forming … Continue reading

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