Love, Simon (2018) Review – A Ground Breaking Romantic Comedy

I first got to know about Love, Simon when Xavier Dolan posted a substantial write up about it on his Instagram and elaborated on how much he loved it. As Dolan is one of my favourite directors, I decided I would most definitely give this a watch. I didn’t sit down with many hopes, to…

Daniel Day-Lewis : Madness to his Method ― A Farewell Tribute

Sir Daniel Michael Blake Day-Lewis is an actor who was born on 29th April 1957 to poet Cecil Day-Lewis and actress Jill Balcon in Kensington, London. Daniel Day-Lewis (referred as DDL at times henceforth) is one of the best actors to have ever graced films, period. In my very limited experience with films, I haven’t…

The Shape Of Water (2017) Review — Poetry On Celluloid

Guillermo Del Toro’s personal masterpiece, The Shape Of Water, is a monumental achievement in creative filmmaking. As he himself says, it is “a fairy tale for troubled times”. Set during the Cold War, this fiercely imaginative, gorgeously outlandish tale of an amphibian man bonding with a mute woman also proves to be surprisingly universal in…