Duration: 83 minutes IMDB Rating: 7.7 Released: 2013 Genre: Documentary, Biography, Drama Directed By: John Maloof, Charlie Siskel Source In today’s day and age, professional photography has become a full fledged profession. Fields such as street photography and travel photography, which are essentially subsets of the former, have not only gained emphasis but also a substantial increase in the niche audience. The year 2013 saw the production of a documentary that shed light on the works of Vivian Maier. A nanny by profession, Vivian was an avid photographer but the brevity of her works was unknown to those around her- … Continue reading F I N D I N G V I V I A N
Gripping? Exhilarating? One will be at a loss of words to describe the feeling they experience after watching the 2014 release, ‘Whiplash’. All the positive comments and feedback that you may have previously heard about this movie are all true and the movie lives up to its nomination for the ‘Best Film’ at the 87th Academy Annual Awards, 2014. Continue reading Movie Review- ‘Whiplash’
If you ask an anime fan, said to be supposedly one of the best animes they can think of, DeathNote is a series that sure doesn’t … Continue reading DeathNote- Anime Review
‘I peer over the lip of the glass at the inbox, empty except for a single message, the subject line blank, the sender’s name in bold.
My teeth chink on the glass. I stare at the screen. The air around me is suddenly thin.’ Continue reading Book Review- ‘The Woman in the window’
In all honesty, I thought that the movie will be like most animated movies, one that has the traditional storyline with a princess in trouble and … Continue reading Movie Review: Coco