Film Review

Forrest Gump: The man who doesn’t know he isn’t stupid !

Forrest Gump: The man who doesn’t know he isn’t stupid !

The classic — Forrest Gump (1994) that never fails to make us self-reflective, is seen anew in this review by Samin Sakib. Forrest Gump is a great modern fable, a fable in the dictionary is defined as a brief fictitious story that teaches a moral. There are many morals defined in this film but foremost is integrity and a simple […]

October 8, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Film Review
Bhoyonkor Sundor: A dark story of an affluent girl

Bhoyonkor Sundor: A dark story of an affluent girl

Bhoyonkor Sundor is the second attempt of young Bengali film director Animesh Aich. Here, a psycho-psychical trauma unfolds itself within a woman tormented by distinctive living standard, in a modern metropolitan city. This movie illuminates a problem which is still tormenting a multitude of people in the capital city of Dhaka, writes Nahid Riyasad. UNDERLYING an innocent love story, which […]

September 24, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Film Review
The Hitman’s Bodygaurd !

The Hitman’s Bodygaurd !

As a movie enthusiast, it is a goal to watch the hyped-movies as soon as possible so that spoilers can’t spoil the joy of watching a good movie. Though not all the movies are worth-it, each one gives a unique experience. Is ‘The Hitman’s bodyguard (2017)’ worth your time? Nasif Tanjim tries to answer that question in his review.   […]

September 10, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Film Review
DUNKIRK – Where local people became the real heroes

DUNKIRK – Where local people became the real heroes

A hardcore, staunch fan of Christopher Nolan, Samin Sakib reviews his latest release Dunkirk. Dunkirk, a film about men, it is about finding the meaning of life surrounded by the meaninglessness of war. It is an existential masterpiece set across three parallel plots destined to collide, which in turn are set on three planes of existence — earth, air, and […]

August 28, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Film Review
Movie enthusiast and believer of women’s empowerment Rummana Ferdous Fagun review the much awaited superherorine movie Wonder Woman.

Movie enthusiast and believer of women’s empowerment Rummana Ferdous Fagun review the much awaited superherorine movie Wonder Woman.

Watching movies on the big screen is always fun, but seeing a movie that was the most awaited move for the year is something else. It was released in Bangladesh on June 2. Most of the time hyped movies turn out to be disappointing, but not this one. Even though the character was created in 1941, literally 75 years ago, […]

August 13, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Film Review
One Last Tale

One Last Tale

It has been six years since the last film. In that time Walt Disney tried to hold on to the essence of the original story, by sticking to somewhat similar storylines, just with different characters. Then again, Dead Men Tell No Tales doesn’t quite measure up to the gloriously bizarre original trilogy; reviews Dristy Rahman.

July 23, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Film Review
Bhalobashar Shohor (City of Love)

Bhalobashar Shohor (City of Love)

Naushin Jahan Chaudhury reviews the most recent youtube release set in the backdrop of war in Syria, ‘bhalobashar shohor’….

July 16, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Film Review
Babies Vs Puppies!

Babies Vs Puppies!

The Boss Baby is a 2017 American comedy film which follows the plot of a baby who is a secret agent in the secret war between babies and puppies, reviews Dristy Rahman.

May 7, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Film Review
La La Land. Hit or miss?!

La La Land. Hit or miss?!

La La Land is a 2016 American musical romantic drama film written and directed by Damien Chazelle, and starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone as a musician, an aspiring actress who meet and fall in love in Los Angeles. The film’s title refers both to the city of Los Angeles and to the idiom for being out of touch with reality, reviews Rummana Ferdous Fagun…

April 16, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Film Review
Bhubanamajhi: an early last sigh

Bhubanamajhi: an early last sigh

Fakhrul Arefin Khan in his much publicised first feature film ‘Bhubanmajhi’ tried to tell a story of liberation war. However, his depiction falls short when it comes to representing true history of 1971. It is particularly problematic since the filmmaker claim that the movie is based on true story, writes Akramul Momen.

March 26, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Film Review