Hereditary can be a table turner for many. In my verdict, it is a movie with a lot of potential but somehow the steam below the pan was not adequate.
Love, Simon is a wholesome high school rom-com, with a gay protagonist. It is a sensitive film that teaches love, friendship, and acceptance in its purest form.
In her fantasies, Namrata imagines herself to be the open-haired, short-sleeve outfit wearing girl walking towards the man who considers her beautiful just the way she is.
Ribbon is a coming of age of sorts for Bollywood, not only in terms of its story, but also the sensitivity with which the characters are handled.
Veere Di Wedding is feminist to the extent the market will allow it to be. It is not a radical overturning of gender roles and expectations in Hindi cinema.
Andhadhun is a one of those Bollywood rarities which leaves you feeling uncomfortable with the suspense but fascinated with the story at the same time.
These progressive Disney princesses have moved away from avatars of old-fashioned, submissive women and are independent, strong and diverse.
Piku is a refreshing movie about a 30-something Bengali architect who balances her personal life whilst taking care of her hypochondriac father.
Just like Lili from The Danish Girl, I was assigned male at birth, but now I am transitioning to live as a woman.
The Lover (L'Amant) is a French drama film that engages the audience in a conversation on sexuality, race, and class in a French colony in Indochina.