Winston Churchill is impressively played by Gary Oldman in an award-bait while the film is proudly self-aware.
The good old-fashioned Filmmaking, the stunning Cinematography, the magnificent orchestral score and the stellar cast make Kenneth Branagh's film adaption of Agatha Christie's novel a delightful cinematic experience.
The influence of Western fantasies over the traditional culture is infused impeccably in less than 7 minutes. Starting from a metaphorical divide right in the first shot, where we see Father praying on right side of the frame and the Boy watching Cartoon Channel on the left side gives us a flashy contrast immediately. The... Continue Reading →