I review anything and everything under the sun. For the time being, I am not taking in guest posts as the blog is still under organizing process.


The film review section is divided into 3 major sections; Hollywood, Indian and Foreign.

Hollywood is divided based on the genres.

Indian films based on Language notably Malayalam, Bollywood, Tamil, and “others”. Foreign films include those I have watched.

Foreign films include those I have watched.

You are more than welcome to suggest me good films.

The rating is as follows

(Out of 5)

5= Exceptional

4.5= Great

4=Worth it



2.5=Good but not great


1.5= Mediocre

1=Not worth it

.5=Waste of time

A warning will be given before those reviews with spoilers.


Short and sweet

Reviews are short and sweet in general but the structure can vary. Some reviews have deep analysis while others are presented peripherally; the structure is mentioned in the content section which includes the presence of spoilers. Analysis is usually published in “second page” of the review.


Proto-feminist analysis

Being someone from the fairer sex, I analyze films from a feminist POV as well. At the end of the day, it is just a movie but from a society that worships films and actors, it is essential to put forward good messages. I give extra marks to those films which break stereotypes or for improving in terms of the depiction of women, men, minorities, LGBTQIA, and others included in the intersectional section, different from the traditional views.


I give extra marks to films that socially relevant or with national integrity. Along with that, I reduce marks for those films which glorify racist contexts, sexism, hyper, regressive plot-points and which do not prioritize marginalized section when it comes to the films based on social causes.



I am also partial towards the films that used exceptional practical effects for visual wonder and reduce marks for those which use excess CGI, the kind that gives you a headache. At the same time, cinematography, editing, sound effects, music, production design, costume-makeup etc are given extra attention.



I am a harsh critic. I give no partiality towards any popular film, favorite actors, actresses, directors or milestones. At the same time, reviews are purely based on my thoughts, you are welcome to contradict but in a civilized manner.


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