Guy Ritchie's richly imaginative screenplay is indefatigable and hilarious till the end. Wait. Not even at the end. Once the end credits roll out, chances are you'll still end up yearning for another go.
The Happy Prince chronicles the final years of renowned poet and playwright Oscar Wilde's life. The film captures the universal theme of an extraordinarily successful life being bent by time and regrets.
In the perennial season of superheroes arrives Valiant comics attempt at launching their own range of larger than life characters on the big screen. Bloodshot is not a much known character outside the comics' loyal fan base and the efforts to bring his origin story to the world are tepid at best.
Oliver Stone's The Doors (1991) is a hypnotic psyched up musical that ventures on a dark path as a way to express it's non-conforming spirit. In a way, the Jim Morrison biopic also treads on the director's iconoclast inclinations.
Guillermo del Toro's "Crimson Peak" (2015) is an aristocratic romance piece moulded with a copious gothic flavour. It's a period drama of innocence, opportunism, scrupulousness, unrequited love and hollowness.
Bernardo Belucchi's filmography needs no introduction. This time we reflect on one of his most celebrated works, 1970's "The Conformist." A film that questions societal needs of fitting in coupled with oppression of thoughts in Mussolini's fascist Italy.