Whether you constantly binge-watch films in rapid fire succession or indulge in them as an occasional treat every now and then, you probably have been asked the question, “What is your favorite film of all time?”. As much as I have grown to truly adore movies with a fervent passion, this question only continues to get more difficult […]Read more "Inkling Movie Review: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind"
One of the fears that probably a lot of people have when thinking about parenthood may be whether or not they are truly ready to raise a child. I’d imagine that a lot of personal sacrifices and lifestyle changes would have to be made, especially on the mother’s side. Another deep-rooted concern is thinking about how they’re kid may […]Read more "Inkling Movie Review: We Need to Talk About Kevin"
[Rec] (directed by Jaume Balaguero and Paco Plaza) is a movie that grabs you with a scintillating introduction- a quarantine effort is set into action for a single building in order to stop a potential zombie pandemic from wreaking havoc on all of mankind. In addition, the entire film is shot in a found footage approach […]Read more "Inkling Movie Review : [Rec]"
If you indulge yourself in Anime, J-Pop, or Japanese cinema, chances are you’re bound see something that will simultaneously leave you in a state of fascination and disbelief. Some examples might include, “traps” (male characters who dress and look like cute women), Kyary Pamyu Pamyu’s mind-tripping music videos, and creepy apparitions that emerge from your TV screen (Ring). But […]Read more "Inkling Movie Review: House"
About 30ish minutes into this film, I was scratching my head and wondered if I was watching the correct movie. The synopsis of Audition sounded like a suspenseful horror flick, but you wouldn’t have guessed it was that kind of experience early on; It came off as more of a romantic-comedy. So just when I decided to […]Read more "Inkling Movie Review: Audition"
If asked to briefly articulate on what this movie is about in one fell swoop, my answer would be that it primarily centers around a story of grief and revenge. What sets this apart from other movies with similar themes however is that it isn’t mainly reliant on gratuitous violence and brutality (even though it is quite gruesome at times). […]Read more "Inkling Movie Review: Confessions"
Some of the best films where teenagers are the focal point of the moviegoers attention usually leaves me with a feeling of whiplash-at times frantic and mundane, strikingly hilarious and contemplative, and emanates a slight amount of uncanny surrealism. These are usually the emotional connotations that arise in my mind whenever I introspectively look back at that […]Read more "Inkling Movie Review: Your Name"