While J.K. Rowling should have written this film as a book first, and let an actual screenwriter do the job of adapting it for the film; Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald sure will make for interesting conversation among fans.
In the age of IP revamps, remakes and revivals; Netflix’s Cuban-American remake of One Day at a Time shines bright on the sitcom front. Now following a newly-divorced mother of two, her mother, and their busybody landlord.
All grown-up, with a family of his own and with the worries of work, Christopher Robin, believes he’s had a mental breakdown when he gets a visit from Winnie the Pooh, who has lost all his friends from the Hundred Acre Wood.
A -sorta- sequel to the Indian film centenary celebration anthology of Bombay Talkies; reuniting Indian filmmakers Zoya Akthar, Dibakar Banerjee, Karan Johar and Anurag Kashyap to tell stories centered on women’s lives and their desires.
Over three years, director Alexandra Cuerdo focused her documentary Ulam (which translates to “main dish” in Tagalog) on several Filipino-American chefs and restaurant owners working to make Philippine cuisine better known and appreciated.