Irrational man

“Human reason is troubled by questions that it cannot dismiss, but also cannot answer.”- Kant So what are we talking about here... Morality? Choice? Randomness of life? Murder? Taking this philosophical opinion from Kant, Woody ventures into the new tale of his latest movie plot. Irrational Man is a story of a middle-aged philosophy (Ethical…Read more Irrational man

The Seventh Seal (1957)

"And when the Lamb had opened the seventh seal, there was silence in heaven about the space of half an hour".    "Silence in heaven" — or rather the silence of God in the world — is Bergman’s grand theme. This movie contains nothing but knowledge of the unknown. Knowledge, that someone with existential crises…Read more The Seventh Seal (1957)

Magic In The Moonlight (2014)

Magic in the moonlight is one such movie where the viewers are divided into two sides from the get go. One side pertains to the heart and the other to the head.  One concerns logic and the other mystic. One relates to cynicism and the other of course to optimism.  As is the main theme…Read more Magic In The Moonlight (2014)

A Midsummer Night’s Sex Comedy (1982)

If dirty is on your mind, then you are far-off the subject than you could be. If funny is on your mind, then you are a little to the left from where you're ought to be. And so help you God if you think that it has anything to do with Shakespeare. If all this…Read more A Midsummer Night’s Sex Comedy (1982)

Interiors (1978)

After a much acclaimed success of Annie Hall in 1977, Woody Allen began a new project; a new film that will make his critics, audience and everyone else see him in a different light. The “Early funny ones” bracket of movies is not what Allen wanted this time. Even with Annie Hall, Woody said that…Read more Interiors (1978)

Sweet and Lowdown (1999)

  Love vs. Passion If you were the greatest guitar player in the 20’s-30’s jazz era, (second only to Django Reinhardt) would you consider giving it all up for love? Is there any contest between love and passion to a true artist? What if it was only when you have found and lost the love…Read more Sweet and Lowdown (1999)

Rebecca (1940)

  A psychological drama, a thriller. Rebecca was Alfred Hitchcock’s first American project, produced by David O. Selznick, based on the 1938 novel titled Rebecca written by Daphne du Maurier.  Starring Sir Lawrence Olivier as the gloomy upper-class widower Maxim de Winder, Joan Fontaine as the naive young women who ends up becoming his second…Read more Rebecca (1940)