Review of BURT REYNOLDS The Last Interview | A rare and real documentary of the last movie star

It’s truly a bittersweet experience to sit through this documentary. It’s deeply enlightening but also incredibly saddening because of the fact that this is indeed the last interview with Burt Reynolds.

Review of Inheritance Italian Style | A Dysfunctional Comedy

Inheritance Italian StyleCast: Zoe Myers, Maggie Gwin, Ismail Ibn ConnerCritics Rating: 2 stars out of 5Director: Doug BremnerDuration: 1 hour, 36 minutesGenre: Comedy, Drama, FamilyStreaming on: Now out on all channels, watch on Amazon, Amazon Prime, plex, Xumo, Roku, Vimeo, Tubi. Links to all VOD channels here –> StoryFive sisters return to their homeContinue reading “Review of Inheritance Italian Style | A Dysfunctional Comedy”

An eye-opening journey into the lives of cancer survivors and beyond

I started watching ‘Courageous Warriors Beauty from the Ashes,’ thinking it’s going to be yet another documentary with stories from cancer survivors, but within seconds of watching, it was clear that this wasn’t just another documentary. This truly is a labour of love from writer-director Darla Rae, who saw the illness up, close and personal when her mother got it. But she doesn’t drive her film as a dedication to her and instead goes beyond the usual sad stories that are associated with an illness.

Review of October: Slow, Sensitive & Slightly Soul-less!

MOVIE REVIEW OCTOBER – SLOW & SENSITIVE! Starring: Varun Dhawan, Banita Sandhu Director: Shoojit Sircar Synopsis An unfortunate accident changes the life of hotel management trainees Danish and Shiuli exposing layers of unconditional love, empathy and human emotions. My Take October plays out between two starkly opposing places – a 5-star hotel and a 5-starContinue reading “Review of October: Slow, Sensitive & Slightly Soul-less!”

Review of Bhoomi: Killing us slowly!

Sanjay Dutt’s comeback film could have been a taut revenge drama like Sridevi’s Mom, but Bhoomi is a lethargic and laborious preach fest on feminism – especially after interval


Sajid Nadiadwala – Bollywood’s man with the Midas Touch – Whatever he touches turns into Gold. His latest offering is Dhishoom starring John Abraham, Varun Dhawan, Jacqueline Fernandes and Akshaye Khanna in a villanous comeback, and directed by Rohit Dhawan – a lethal package, but does Dhishoom have what it takes to beat the box office odds Dhishoom is theContinue reading “REVIEW OF DHISHOOM ***1/2: DOES PACK A PUNCH!”