August Rush (2007)

They met on night when the magic of music was at play. He was the lead singer of an Irish rock band and she was a concert cellist. After a night of performances, they attend the same party and in an effort to escape the madness of it, Lyla withdraws to the roof where she…

The Man in the High Castle – Season 1 Episode 1: “The New World”

Amazing. I watched the pilot episode of The Man in the High Castle last night, and it was amazing. Some would even say life-altering. The show is rich in suspense, drama, action and conspiracy. Everything that a World War buff like me would need. The episode starts with establishing how the Axis powers won the…

The Man from Earth (2007)

“I just happened.” The Man from Earth is one those movies that’ll actually make you think and wonder. It’ll make you question life, existence and everything that you see and hold dear for that tiny second before you’re snapped back to reality. A smooth-flowing, dialogue based film with only one room as a set location…

Tunes for Today

Hey guys! So there is some big change here at Flicks for Tonight. WE’RE EXPANDING. I would first like to thank all my readers out there for reading all my entries and making this blog a success. Today, my best friend and I have decided to expand to a different field beyond the silver screen…

Me and Earl and The Dying Girl (2015)

Genuine. Me and Earl and the Dying Girl belongs to the rare category of movies where the movie is genuine, true and completely relatable. No over done plot, exaggerated story and unnecessary romantic interjections. Me and Earl and The Dying Girl is what a high-school-teenage movie is supposed to be like. The movie’s plot is…

Spectre (2015)

Textbook. James Bond is back with his class, chivalry and a cold face of an agent with a license to kill. Spectre sticks to the ‘Bond-Film-Formula’ and viewers aren’t shown anything out of the ordinary in comparison to the other Bond films, apart from one change, which is extremely irritating. The movies starts off with…

A Letter from the Terrorist who killed me

Originally posted on Evolving Perceptions:
Sweetheart, You look rather pale. Did I drain the blood from your face and let the warm river of red from your head flow into the nearest sewer? But I really do think that your washed out complexion suits you better and this lovely white shirt is complimented very well…

Ronaldo (2015)

A documentary that fulfils its purpose. This documentary is a cocktail of various aspects of the football-ing idol, Cristiano Ronaldo. It gives the necessary ‘sneak-peak’, the necessary glimpse into a global superstar’s life. it helps a viewer vicariously live the thrill of being a celebratory, re-live the magical moments on the football pitch and help…

Goosebumps (2015)

Nostalgic. Goosebumps is a visual time portal back to the scary Sunday nights in your bedroom or living room where a 10 year old child is wrapped up in a blanket, has one of the books of an excellent series in his hand and has goosebumps at the back of his neck and hands. Goosebumps shockingly…

Bridge of Spies (2015)

Visionary. The movie symbolizes why Hollywood is excellent at making non-fiction historical movies especially about the World War and the Cold War. With excellent story-telling and tension-building plot, Bridge of Spies was a perfect blend of puns, tension, suspense and thrill. And also it has Tom Hanks, that in itself mind blowing. The movie starts…