There was a man who seeked truth and journeys to mountains to find a sage who would tell him. And the sage would say that the truth is with you. You might have heard of this story or some similar variant and that is basically the story of “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty”.
With a minimum cast, The Lunchbox has been cooked to near perfection and leaves a great taste in your mouth. It flows out like a poem and is greatly helped by excellent performances.
There was hardly a boring or a meh moment in the entire movie. Some of the jokes are not exactly pristine but Gru’s accent takes care of that, and leaves you laughing out loud.
I will not write much more here and just say go watch it, if you haven’t already. And yes, don’t take your brains – zombies eat brains.
And once I watched the movie, I found out I was right. I thoroughly enjoyed it, even though there was a small part of me that wanted to see the epicness. The action and pacing was great. Kirk and Spock were excellently portrayed, as expected. But the movie was still somewhat of a mess. It…
Personally, I don’t see this movie as an epic adventure at all. It is just a small story that started it all, and for that, the movie is quite well made and entertaining.
Set in the beautiful landscapes of Darjeeling and busy, active streets of Kolkata, the story contrasts the lives of Barfi and Jhilmil against Shruti’s life. The imagery helps convey the depth of the characters themselves and lends a picturesque backdrop to the story.
I don’t think I have seen any other movie in a cinema four times. I did not intend to review this movie, just wanted to write what I feel about it. I often reflect on why the title has a negative in it. I would have much preferred the title to be positive like sunshine…
Before we start listing them out, I want to note that some of the changes actually make the story better and a more interesting watch on the screen. It is only some of the changes, especially those that are not even consistent with the previous movies that seem somewhat irritating.
It has all ended! Seven Harry Potter movies later, we have come to the last movie of the series. Seven books and eight movies is quite a story and it falls on the last movie to give a fitting end to the series. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2, shortest in terms…