Karnan (2021) Review

Karnan (2021) Review

Karnan is a 2021 Indian Tamil-language activity dramatization movie coordinated by Mari Selvaraj and delivered by Kalaipuli S. Thanu. The film stars Dhanush, Lal, Yogi Babu, Natarajan Subramaniam, and Rajisha Vijayan (in her Tamil presentation).

The film highlights music made by Santhosh Narayanan, cinematography dealt with by Theni Eswar, and altering done by Selva R. K. Inexactly impacted by the 1995 Kodiyankulam rank viciousness, the film includes the lead protagonist Karnan, hailing from a moderate foundation, battling for the privileges of his kin.

After a concise long pre-creation work, the film was sent off in January 2020, with the title Karnan likewise reported. The film is for the most part set in the country Thoothukudi region. The shooting of the film occurred, following its send off, and was finished in December 2020; in spite of the fact that creation was deferred because of the Coronavirus pandemic.

It was dramatically delivered on 9 April 2021 to basic approval with acclaim for the storyline, projecting, setting, great utilization of illustrations, bearing, exhibitions and significant specialized parts of the film.

It was likewise one of the greatest earning Tamil movies of 2021, despite the fact that its dramatic run was unexpectedly finished because of limitations following the Coronavirus pandemic. Distributions like The Indian Express named Karnan as one of the most mind-blowing Tamil movies of 2021.

Karnan (2021) Review
The Future of... (2022) Review

The Future of... (2022) Review

The Future of... TV Series Cast, Episodes, Release Date, Trailer and Ratings

The Future of... (2022) Review

What if your house plants could store all of your data? or quantify love? or live an additional century?

The Future Of... addresses a variety of these likely effects of technology on daily life in the not too distant future.

However, the docuseries is only a vision and does not always propose a chronological order of events.

Train to Busan (2016) Review

Train to Busan (2016) Review

Train to Busan (2016) Review

Train to Busan (Korean: 부산행; Hanja: 釜山行; RR: Busanhaeng) is a 2016 South Korean action horror film directed by Yeon Sang-ho and starring Gong Yoo, Jung Yu-mi, and Ma Dong-seok.

The film mostly takes place on a train to Busan as a zombie apocalypse suddenly breaks out in the country and threatens the safety of the passengers.

The film premiered in the Midnight Screenings section of the 2016 Cannes Film Festival on 13 May. On 7 August, the film set a record as the first Korean film of 2016 to break the audience record of over 10 million theatergoers. The film serves as a reunion for Gong Yoo and Jung Yu-mi, who both starred in the 2011 film The Crucible. A sequel, Peninsula, was released in South Korea on July 15, 2020.

A chemical leak at a biotech plant causes the start of a zombie apocalypse that slowly spreads across South Korea.

Fund manager Seok-woo is a cynical workaholic and divorced father. His daughter Su-an wants to spend her birthday with her mother in Busan. After being overcome with guilt after watching a video of Su-an suffering from stage fright while singing "Aloha 'Oe" at a recital due to his absence, he decides to take her to Busan via an early KTX 101 from Seoul Station.

Other passengers include working-class man Sang-hwa and his pregnant wife Seong-kyeong; selfish COO Yon-suk; a high school baseball team, including Yong-guk and team cheerleader Jin-hee; elderly sisters In-gil and Jong-gil and a homeless stowaway.

Elvis (2022) Review

Elvis (2022) Review

Elvis (2022) Review

Genuine occurrences and characters have impacted craftsmanship, however, have frequently affected films also. Be it notable legislators, wayfarers, craftsmen, or performers, there have been various movies.

Presently we gear up to remember the existence of one of the music business's most compelling, famous, and cherished characters, ELVIS! Be that as it may, will the film, which depends on the existence of Elvis Presley, charm the crowd to wander into theaters, or will it fail to attract anyone's attention is the issue.

ELVIS, a melodic true-to-life film follows the narrative of Presley from his experience growing up in Tupelo, Mississippi to his ascent to fame beginning in Memphis, Tennessee, and his vanquishing of Las Vegas, Nevada.

Following his excursion through the eyes of his chief Colonel Tom Parker, the film sees Elvis Presley become the primary wild 'star as he impacts the world with his music. Chronicling the life and vocation of vocalist and entertainer Elvis Presley, from his initial days as a youngster to turning into a rowdy star and celebrity, as well as his mind-boggling relationship with his director Colonel Tom Parker, ELVIS vows to be a thrill ride.

ELVIS begins specifying the youth that Presley persevered while simultaneously illustrating how his energy for music created what it was. From humble starting points to super fame, chief Baz Luhrmann annals the existence of Elvis Presley with gigantic scrupulousness.

However Presley's popularity has spread the word about him the world over, very few might know his unassuming start. Revealing insight into this, Luhrmann takes the watcher on an excursion through the term of the vocalist turned entertainer. Starting the film, from the ruins, Baz does something amazing very much like Presley's music did.

The principal half of ELVIS is most certainly a narrating exciting ride mixed with tunes that have and will be, associated with years. Close by this, watchers are given a short understanding of the late performer's life, the issues he confronted, the dismissal, and obviously the affection. In any case, as charming and enchanting as the principal half of the film is, the last part post stretch highlights substantially more show.

As the story advances, the watchers are taken further into the existence of Presley, uncovering his weaknesses, his hardships, his assumptions, and how he managed them. However told according to the point of view of a now feeble Colonel Tom Parker, the film keeps its story impartial while recounting the two sides of the story.

Tragically, because of the weighty profound remainder in the final part of the film, the speed of ELVIS dials back impressively. Nonetheless, it figures out how to keep you in your seat, with some remarkable and applaud commendable minutes that lighten the overall resonance of the film.

As far as the course, Baz Luhrmann has done well in recounting the narrative of a legend. Despite the fact that Luhrmann moved toward the subject according to a capricious perspective, that of Colonel Tom Parker, he has made a wonderful showing of keeping the general story nonpartisan.

An extraordinary notice to the essayists for coordinating every trademark and feature of the legend with the real world, and for making a heavenly showing in featuring the late vocalist's excursion.

Being a personal melodic show Luhrmann has made an exemplary showing of utilizing the tunes to interface Presley's notoriety with his young life while at the same time taking the story ahead.

As a matter of fact, with each track, the slow development of Presley from a hillbilly country vocalist to a rowdy 'legend can be obviously seen. Helping Luhrmann on this adventure is Elliott Wheeler, who has worked effectively with the music. Reproducing the jolting climate and the unexpected frenzy Elvis became both Luhrmann and Wheeler have co-ordinated impeccably to recount this story.

Coming to exhibitions, Austin Butler has straightforwardly brought Elvis back! Like how Rami Malek managed Freddy Mercury in Bohemian Rhapsody; Butler's plays had his impact flawlessly.

From taking on Presley's quirks to discourse examples and, surprisingly, looking like it, Butler has exceeded everyone's expectations. In any case, the feature of ELVIS must be Tom Hanks! In a never seen job, Hanks has re-imagined acting with his depiction of Colonel Tom Parker. Regardless of being neither a negative nor positive person, Hanks loans his job a degree of hazard and eagerness while simultaneously guaranteeing to catch the cherishing and caring side too.

By and demonstrating why he is truly outstanding in the business, Hanks will clearly be associated with this job. Come grant time, because of his interpretation of Parker, Tom Hanks has a high possibility of securing a best-supporting person grant at the Oscars. Helen Thomson and Richard Roxburgh as Presley's folks make a fine showing. Kelvin Harrison Jr. likewise makes an imprint, as B King.

In any case, the film has its portion of killjoys. With a final part that dials back impressively, and a few minutes that will leave a couple of considering what precisely they implied, and indeed, certain groupings being left unassuming, when an obvious end would have been something more, will generally cut down the general insight.

In general, however, ELVIS includes a few terrific exhibitions with great music and a nostalgic feel and is an unmistakable should-look for Presley fans. In any case, the long term, (2 hours 40 minutes) and the relaxed advancements will absolutely influence its dramatic run.

In the cinematic world, ELVIS isn't supposed to see enormous numbers coming in. All things being equal, taking special care of a specialty crowd, the film will see assortments stream in over the long haul.

The Mask (1994) Review

The Mask (1994) Review

The Mask is a 1994 American neo-noir hero parody movie coordinated by Charles Russell, delivered by Bob Engelman, and composed by Mike Werb, approximately dependent on the Mask funnies distributed by Dark Horse Comics.


The principal portion in the Mask establishment, it stars Jim Carrey, Peter Riegert, Peter Greene, Amy Yasbeck, Richard Jeni, and Cameron Diaz in her film debut.


Carrey plays Stanley Ipkiss, a hapless bank representative who finds a supernatural cover that changes him into a naughty miscreant with superpowers, yet who unintentionally becomes focused by the mafia when criminal Dorian Tyrell means to utilize the veil to oust his chief.

The film was delivered on July 29, 1994, by New Line Cinema, turning into a basic and business achievement. The film earned over $351 million on a $23 million spending plan, which made it the second most productive film dependent on a comic up to that point, behind Superman (1978).

It solidified Carrey's standing as a critical entertainer of the 1990s, and it set up Diaz as a main woman. Carrey was designated for a Golden Globe for his job, and the film was named for the Academy Award for Best Visual Effects yet lost to Forrest Gump. An independent spin-off, Son of the Mask, was delivered in 2005.

Cowboy Bebop Hindi Dubbed WEB-Series | Review

Cowboy Bebop Hindi Dubbed WEB-Series | Review

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काउबॉय बीबॉप (TV Series 2021): पैसे की तंगी से जूझते, तीन निराले बाउंटी हंटर्स, स्पाइक, जेट और फ़े, काम की तलाश में पूरे ब्रह्मांड में घूमते रहते हैं. लेकिन, क्या वे स्पाइक के अतीत को पीछे छोड़ पाएंगे?

The space Western story follows Spike Spiegel and his rag-tag crew of bounty hunters, or Cowboys, as they try to capture the galaxy’s worst criminals and survive the unexpected dangers they encounter throughout space, sometimes saving the world in the process but always leaving millions in damages. 

Karthikeya 2 (2022) Review

Karthikeya 2 (2022) Review

There has been a surge of interest and pride in the Indian culture, history and conviction structure. The fantasy show examines something almost identical and takes the group on a bold ride rather than making the story educational and profound. Karthik (Nikhil Siddharth) is an expert with a curious cerebrum and energy for demystifying things, and he puts truth over ignorant legalism (indeed even trust in general).

An episode prompts his suspension from the center for an extensive time span, and he ends up in Dwaraka, Gujarat, for a severe outing with his mother.

A wild encounter follows when a scientist invests him with tracking down Krishna's anklet, which the highest point of a strange society, Shantanu (Adithya Menon), is in like manner later.

Karthikeya 2 (2022) Review

Rao's granddaughter Mugdha (Anupama Parameswaran), Karthik's uncle and a carrier, Suleman (Harsha Chemudu), oblige him in his pursuit.

Chapter two of Karthikeya (2014) is an upscaled autonomous story with nothing to do with segment one. Karthikeya 2 is an ostensibly striking and very much educated film that is an invigorating endeavor with disastrous Abhiras who won't let anyone lay their hands on Krishna's belongings and a miscreant Shantanu (Adithya Menon) who is after managing for the individual stake.

The roller coaster takes as much time as is expected to create and, while to some degree drawing in, is drawn out in the main half as it spreads out the base.

Karthik Gattamneni's cinematography justifies an extraordinary notification, whether taking you through regions going from Greece to the inquisitive ways of Dwaraka, the green Govardhan Giri in Mathura or the covered mountains in Himachal Pradesh.

Mondeti and the head of photography handle all of the viewpoints, whether unbelievable depiction, the visit through widely inclusive scenes, or seek after or fight groupings with slyness. Pay special attention to an immaculately shot splendid night on Chandrashila mountain and the top place of a ginormous overflow.

The film moreover has an extensive proportion of vivacity, which is on second that it begins anyway looks fairly chaotic in various parts.

Nikhil Siddharth as Karthik is astounding. The allure of his character lies in the manner that he's not a generally developed and courageous individual. Anupama Parameswaran as Mugdha and Anupam Kher in an appearance as a scientist, Dhanwantri, perform well.

Situations go over the top and are too useful in many parts, but one can disregard those as the record and treatment are attracting and locking in. A courageous ride is a more stupendous and truly interesting variation of the underlying fragment. Karthikeya 2.0, for sure.

Spiderhead ( 2022 ) Review

Spiderhead ( 2022 ) Review

Spiderhead ( 2022 ) Review

Convicts will soon have the opportunity to volunteer as medical test subjects in order to get their sentences reduced. One of these test subjects for a novel substance that produces sensations of love starts to doubt the veracity of his feelings.

Director - Joseph Kosinski
Writers - George Saunders (based on the short story "Escape from Spiderhead" by)
Rhett Reese(screenplay by) Paul Wernick(screenplay by)

Stars -Chris Hemsworth Miles Teller Jurnee Smollett

Love Life (2022) Review

Love Life (2022) Review

Love Life (2022) Review

Love Life is roused by Japanese jazz and pop performer Akiko Yano's tune of a similar name. As per press notes, Fukada heard the tune when he was 20 years of age and had been pondering how to develop a filmic interpretation. The 1993 tune bargains in great declarations — " Whatever the distance between us, nothing can stop me adoring you," she murmurs at a certain point. Fukada's film tests that feeling and investigates it past heartfelt love, applying the guarantee to connections between current lovers, previous lovers and moms and their children.

At the beginning of the film, Taeko, Jiro and Keita are getting ready for a festival — a fête for Keita dominating an Othello board match, which is really an impromptu get-together for Jiro's dad, Makoto (Tomorowo Taguchi). Fukada lays out the barbed relational peculiarity cautiously: In one scene, Taeko watches Jiro endeavor to arrange his partners into holding up inflatables and signs illuminating "Congrats"; her look is bereft of love. In another, Jiro, positioned at an oven while Taeko and Keita laugh over a round of Othello, whines that the kid never needs to play with him. Taeko, through gesture based communication, urges Keita to play with his dad. Keita giggles and signs that Jiro is rubbish.

A divided language among mother and child separates them from Jiro, who conveys in terse "mhms." When we meet the last option's folks, the isolating lines become more clear. Makoto and Akie (Misuzu Kanno) battle to acknowledge Taeko in light of the fact that Keita is her child from a past marriage. In spite of the fact that Akie attempts to keep up with harmony as entertainment, Makoto's impromptu pokes grow into a strained trade with his little girl in-law.

When Keita bites the dust — he slips falls into the bath actually loaded up with water — the crevices in the relationship calcify. Fukada depicts the youngster's passing unexpectedly, an impression of how misfortune can so out of nowhere hinder life.

Grief uncovers the insights of this family as every part processes Keita's demise in an unexpected way: Makoto and Akie choose to move to the open country, following through with an early guarantee to themselves. Presently not fastened to their loft across the patio from Taeko and Jiro, they proceed with their lives with little exhibit. Jiro rides the line between his folks' repressed response and Taeko's staggering misery: Having been hitched to Taeko for one year, he just knew Keita for a moderately concise — yet extreme — period. Nagayama finely catches the jargon of Jiro's heart: the obligation he feels to Taeko, the weakness that keeps him from coming clean with her about his last relationship with Yamazaki (Hirona Yamazaki), whom he undermined with Taeko, and the nervousness and self-hatred that sours his communication.

Unlike Jiro, Taeko is distressed, made anchorless by the deficiency of her youngster. Fukada richly arranges the developing distance between the two, flagging the permeating crispness through homegrown schedules. In one especially striking scene, Jiro, who is choosing photographs of Keita for the burial service, requests that Taeko go along with him. She at first sits close to him, however when he requests more established photographs of Keita, ones not from the previous year, she moves to the contrary side of the long feasting table prior to filtering through her document. The condo is washed in a warm, soaked brilliant light, yet the closeness of that second is cool, dim and dead.

Iruttu Araiyil Murattu Kuththu (2018) Review

Iruttu Araiyil Murattu Kuththu (2018) Review

Iruttu Araiyil Murattu Kuthu (transl. Fierce punch in a dark room) is a 2018 Indian Tamil-language adult comedy horror film, written and directed by Santhosh P. Jayakumar and produced by K. E. Gnanavel Raja.
The film stars Gautham Karthik and VJ Sha Ra. With Yashika Aannand, Chandrika Ravi, and Vaibhavi Shandilya are in the female leads. The music was composed by Balamurali Balu with cinematography by Ballu and editing by Prasanna GK. The film was released on 4 May 2018.

The film was later remade in Telugu as Chikati Gadilo Chithakotudu by Jayakumar himself, while a spiritual sequel Irandam Kuththu was released in November 2020.

Veera is a playboy who is rejected by every potential bride because of that reason. Thendral accepts his marriage proposal with one condition. She demands that he impress her and asks him to take her on a trip in order to know each other better.

She also suggests him to bring along another couple. Veera informs his friend Vasu, who tells him that he has a girlfriend named Kavya, who is Veera's ex-girlfriend.

When Kavya learns about Vasu's friendship with Veera, she vows to get her hands on him during the trip. The couple then travels to Thailand and rents a bungalow. Their host asks them not to go into a particular room in that bungalow.