Monthly Archives: June 2018

Lust Stories Review: More than sex on its mind

A deep desire runs through the four central characters of Lust Stories. Sex sparks it, but it’s neither the focus nor a means for erotic imagery.  The theme here is not so much lust, but the impact it has on the … Continue reading

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Race 3 review: Sorry Bhai fans, this one’s a big zero!

If ‘I have no words’ could be an actual review, I’d leave it at that. But if you absolutely must know, Race 3 doesn’t merely demand you to leave your brains behind but guarantees you won’t find them anywhere even … Continue reading

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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Review: Predictable, yet petrifying!

Steven Spielberg’s ingenuity and vision in building a world of prehistoric awe and scale made us care. At the heart of its spectacle, Jurassic Park (1993) had something valid to say about man’s tendency to tamper with nature. There are … Continue reading

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