Dramatic movie

Nusrat Jahan and Yash Dasgupta reunite for Shieladitya Moulik’s political drama

Nusrat Jahan and Yash Dasgupta have signed a new movie together. Nusrat Jahan and Yash Dasgupta are all ready to share screen space in Mastermoshai Apni Kichu Dekhenni. Directed by Shieladitya Moulik, the political drama will hit the floors in December. The film was announced today, November 19. NUSRAT JAHAN …

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Downton Abbey’s ‘new era’ missed the perfect and tragic setup

Lady Violet reveals she’s been diagnosed with a terminal illness, but surprisingly appears in the New Era trailer, ruining a perfect sequel setup. The new trailer for Downton Abbey: a new era reveals that Maggie Smith’s Dowager Countess is alive, missing the perfect, albeit tragic, opportunity to explore her death. …

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“Tic, Tic… Boom!”, Review: The hole at the center of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s film and musical adaptation

The late Jonathan Larson was more than a great lyricist and composer; he was also a force of nature in musical performance. In Lin-Manuel Miranda’s film about Larson’s quasi-autobiographical solo exhibition “Tick, Tick. . . Boom! Andrew Garfield plays the singer-songwriter; he sings merrily and frolics with energy and uninhibited …

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SunLive – Movie Night Aims To Satisfy Bike Drama Cravings

The Big Bike Film Night “Feature Series” will host screenings of the fascinating documentary documentary on mountain biking “THE OLD WORLD” in Tauranga on Tuesday November 30th. “Our ‘Feature Series’ focuses on satisfying cycling enthusiasts hungry for more cycling drama with full documentaries on a particular cycling genre, and this …

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“Eternals”, Review: Chloe Zhao’s Lifeless Marvel Movie

The word “author” designates both independent filmmakers displaying their originality under conditions of artistic freedom and filmmakers who assert their individuality within the confines of the studio system. Chloé Zhao, the director of “Nomadland”, has always been the first kind of author, and with “Eternals”, which comes out today, she …

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When directors tell their stories of origin

The new films “The Souvenir Part II” and “Bergman Island” are both films by modern masters that not only delve into the process of making, but also draw inspiration from the personal lives of the filmmakers themselves. Seems familiar? Self-reflective films like these practically serve as an author’s rites of …

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Revamp of the Royal Tenenbaums if made today

After making his well-received indie debut with Rocket in bottle and prove he wasn’t a one-ride pony with the coming-of-age gem Rushmore, master of oddity Wes Anderson crossed out The Royal Tenenbaums. The tragicomic saga of a deeply dysfunctional family of child prodigies simultaneously suffering from midlife crises, The Royal …

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