In depicting the impact a man’s past and its crushing death could have on him, his outlook towards life & how thrusting it upon his family could become detrimental despite the respect and control he commands, Fences is a lesson on fragility for every household.
Moonlight takes you on a rare trip to the sub-conscience of its protagonist and has enough ammunition in terms of its story-telling, cast and crew to make you not only stay rooted there for its run-time but also to think about other layers the maker conveys as you get out of Little Black Chiron’s life as the end credits roll.
Hail, Caesar! is a technically rich film that is only sporadically funny. It sadly falls into the bracket of ‘all style and no substance’ in spite of the excellent cast and performances.
Narrating a touching tale of the search for long lost relationships at a lethargic pace, ‘Lion’ thrives on the remarkable acting prowess of the lead cast who dish out emotional performances, making it an experience close to the heart!
On the surface, ‘Trolls’ has a lot of fun vibes that can amuse the kids occasionally with all the vibrant songs and colorful creatures that groove, but as a movie it is really is a superficial attempt that is just too flashy sans any meaningful intent!