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While quarantine continues, social media has become a popular hotspot for all things entertaining. From social media challenges to memes, it's got it all. Many have taken this as an opportunity to put out their creative selves or lend in a helping hand. Here are five posts curated by us from the internet to add a tinge of joy to your day. Hero of the day This young woman let determination follow through. This beautiful and brave little girl with cerebral palsy is walking up the stairs by herself for the very first tim… https://t.co/ay50KfGXdN … [Read more...] about COVID-19: Five posts to add a tinge of joy to your day
Ishq Vishk Sequel Is On The Cards! "Yes, we are making a sequel to Ishq Vishk. The story is in scripting stage and could be about a teenage romance or a college romance. Hopefully, in the next two-three months we will lock the script and start looking for the director and cast," said producer Ramesh Taurani to Mumbai Mirror. … [Read more...] about Shahid Kapoor & Amrita Rao Starrer Ishq Vishk All Set For A Sequel? Read Details!
Lore (2012) A sumptuous fable from the Australian director Cate Shortland, Lore follows a group of children “on their way to Grandmother’s house” after their Nazi parents are taken in by the Americans. The trek is through a weird ellipsis of history; survivors emerge from a daze, a nation tries to piece together an identity out of rubble. This is a coming-of-age film, a road film, an adventure film, a dizzying naturalist film and above all a humanist film. At its center is a remarkable performance from Saskia Rosendahl, who begins the story as a precocious girl and ends a wise young woman. … [Read more...] about The 10 greatest second world war films you haven’t seen
The Rope Trick Alfred Hitchcock helped create what theorists call film grammar, so you can forgive him for wanting to break as many rules as possible. 1948’s Rope, a decent enough yarn starring James Stewart, concerns two young men attempting the perfect murder. Behind the camera, Hitchcock was attempting to make a movie exclusing its essential element, the cut. Nowadays, with video, many have made movies from unsimulated single takes. Back then, with the need to shoot on a soundstage and change film magazines, Rope is a complex dance of hidden reel changes and transitions. It’s crafty and somewhat interesting, but the attempt to make a movie in “real time” to better capture a higher truth ends up coming across as more distant. … [Read more...] about Too big? Too loud? Too real? Billy Lynn and other failed cinematic innovations