It’s not often that I feel comfortable enough with reviewing a movie, let’s leave it to critics and other connoisseurs of cinema. On the other hand, it’s even rarer for a movie to stuck in my head like a splinter, provoking a myriad of contrasting thoughts and interpretations during the screening and long after leaving the cinema…
If I were to ask you who’s the biggest superstar, the most popular actor on the planet, what would be your first guess? Brad Pitt, probably? Tom Cruise, maybe? Leonadro Di Caprio? Will Smith? None of them.
Living legends never get old, but they do celebrate birthday. And a true legend was born exactly 75 years ago, to become one of the most remarkable artists the Indian cinema has ever seen.
The recently released title “To the Bone”, starring the ever-so-gorgeous Lilly Collins and, wait for it, Keanu Reeves had immediately ended up on ‘My List’ and I had been eagerly awaiting the release ever since.