Tagged: genre: historical
The Birth of a Nation follows the life of African-American slave Nat Turner, educated to preach to his fellow slaves until he wakes up to led a rebellion in 1831.
This striking third feature by Colombian director Ciro Guerra tracks a pair of mythical, quasi-ethnographic journeys into the heart of the Amazon to explore and comment on the destructive powers of colonialism.
‘The human animal differs from the lesser primates in his passion for lists.’ — H. Allen Smith
My favorite 30 new-to-me watches of 2015.
Oh, let’s do this~ I don’t wanna stress about watching movies during the holidays. It’s time. Time for End of the Year lists, but also time to segregate my list… just like I did...
Upon hearing prophecies of him becoming Thane of Cawdor and future King, and the persuasion of his wife, Macbeth bathes in the blood of those standing in his way.
The video clip for Malhari, the ‘Victory Song,’ featuring Ranveer Singh as Bajirao in a power-packed energy-driven choreograph by Ganesh Acharya.
Drama ensues, hearts will be broken, battles will be held and songs will be performed.
During the Iraq invasion of Kuwait in 1990, Air India sent a civil airline to evacuate a total of 111,711 people from Amman to Mumbai; an operation that still holds the Guinness World Record.
Like any year, the YAM Magazine team got together (on our very secret Facebook group) and did our usual round of voting, movies went up and down and we managed to make a clean Top30 list.