Bouncing between the early 2000s, 2007, and 2010, “The White Tiger” follows protagonist Balram Halwai (Gourav, and played as a child by Harshit Mahawar ), who narrates his life story as part of a letter written to the (now-former) Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao, who is visiting India.
“Harpoon” is a fantastic addition to Fantasia this year, putting to film a morbid and weird amalgam of comedy, relationship drama, survival thriller, and horror.
You follow the Apollo 11 mission from the last minute preparations and launch through the entire trip to the moon, the landing, and the return flight to Earth. I hope films like this serve as a reminder to people of why the space program is so important.
‘ British cinema is a fascinating area of film, we have a tendency to enjoy stories of either people in the struggles of poverty or people in the height of luxury.
“Midnight Movies” Shorts Block Director Natasha Pascetta’s short horror film has a lot going for it, particularly the narration by the one and only Heather Langenkamp. For all intents and purposes Natasha Pascetta’s “Road Trash” is beautifully directed, with Paschetta deriving a great mood and visual aesthetic most of the time.
Hall assembled Parer’s footage into “Kokoda Front Line!” and released the work as a special full-length edition of the Australian Cinesound Review newsreel series in September 1942, one month after Parer returned from New Guinea.
Sure, it’s a genre device, having the hardened anti-hero explain to viewers what he’s thinking and feeling as he navigates a perilous world. When Kurt comments on the circular pendant she’s wearing, for example, she answers that she likes circles because they’re hollow and represent how empty she feels.
Thanos' mission was one of destruction, where he claimed tons of lives throughout the course of Avengers: Infinity War. In addition to the final finger snap that wiped out half the galaxy, audiences were left to watch in horror as the Mad Titan murdered Loki, Heimdall, The Asgardians, and his daughter Gamora.
We follow security guard Pickle (Cres Chuang), his frenemy Belly Button (Bamboo Chu-sheng Chen), and fairweather companion Sugar Apple (Shao-Huai Chang) as they watch dash cam footage of smug big-wig Kevin Huang (Leon Dai), the pseudo-benevolent owner of a Mercedes Benz (ooh la la) and a factory that produces gigantic brass Buddha statues.
But there was a problem: the print used for the Synergy Entertainment was not from the French silent film, but instead belonged to a 1951 British production originally titled “The Westminster Passion Play – Behold the Man.”