Monthly Archives: March 2017

Brief Musings on Movies (March 12th-March 19th)

Wild At Heart (1990) I am fundamentally undecided about David Lynch’s Wild At Heart. A part of me wants to endorse the picture solely for the fiery, passionate and erotically charged love story between Sailor (Nicolas Cage) and Lula. (Laura … Continue reading

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Review: The Death of Superman Lives-What Happened? (2015)

Some of the greatest stories are the ones lost to time. Consequently, the mind indulges in endless speculation into the reasoning for the failed endeavour and an acute sense of wistfulness at the absence of the narrative. One such tale … Continue reading

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Recollections of a Screening: Beginning of an Unknown Century (1967)

Introduction Beginning of an Unknown Century is the fourth film in Kino Klassika’s “A World To Win: A Century of Revolution on Screen.” Inspired by Karl Marx and Fredrich Engles’ famous declaration in The Communist Manifesto, the season aims to … Continue reading

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Review: Blue Velvet (1986)

Watching David Lynch’s much-venerated film, Blue Velvet is akin to a seeing an artist creating a solid outline for a painting and then proceeding to ruin it with sloppy brush strokes that are delivered in an infuriatingly lackadaisical manner. The … Continue reading

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