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.
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Grant Road Triple Murder | A Bloodbath Too Close for Comfort | Viewer Discretion Advised
The entire incident unfolded pretty much like a horrific crime show we watch on OTT these days. It was sudden, yet planned, unnerving and absolutely bone-chilling. It’s the stuff that nightmares are made of.
Last Moments Before Satish Kaushik’s Death That No One is Talking About
While the police don’t suspect any foul play in Satish Kaushik’s sudden death, they are trying to ascertain where he was during the day and what was the condition of his health, just hours before he passed away.
Jack Review | Talking Penis, Anyone?
Overall, it’s a funny idea that doesn’t have too much of a point but then again, when has a talking penis made any sense in the first place?
California’s Forgotten Children Review | Hard-hitting and relevant
We truly wish more people watch this documentary that throws light on a malicious crime that needs more concerted efforts and awareness to be eradicated altogether.
Unconformity Review | Geologically Yours
The film is short and to the point and has absolutely no unnecessary detours or characters that take you away from its core.
Knights of Swing Review | This musical slowly but surely hits a few right notes
‘Knights of Swing’ culminates in a befitting climax with musical performances that get progressively better and more entertaining much like the film’s story itself. If you have some patience, then this clean musical is worth lending an ear to.
Review of Rickshaw Girl | A moving and motivating tale of despair and hope
Naima (Novera Rahman) is poor but brave. This strong character trait is the highpoint of director Amitabh Reza Chowdhury’s moving tale of a young girl, who is all by herself, in the big city of Dhaka, pulling a rickshaw, her passion to paint and her mission to save her dying father. Navigating through the bustling bylanes of Dhaka and the rural shanties where poverty and despair live, the story is seeped in realism.
Review of Detective Knight: Independence | A Satisfying Closure to the Knight Series
Clearly, ‘Detective Knight’ doesn’t make it to the top of the list of larger-than-life action adventure thrillers. Rather, Ed takes it slow and manages to give his veteran star Bruce Willis and his famed trilogy a befitting farewell.
Toxic Impulses Review | It’s to the point & I’m Lovin’ it
‘Toxic Impulses’ gives you a good time within it limited means. It navigates unpredictable twists and turns with ease leading into an intensely gripping climax without going over the top with forced action sequences and long, laborious exchanges between the characters. It’s to the point and I am lovin’ it!