Tagged: genre: historical
Kamal Haasan’s outstanding somewhat-political religious epic of a man’s journey through friendship, love, hatred, revenge and redemption set around India’s Partition and the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi.
Another year passed, another list made. The YAM Magazine staff sat around in their virtual desks to rank our favorite movies this past year with 74 films nominated to be part of the list.
I took a look at my IMDb whack history to see how many actual new-to-me films I had caught this past 2013, and made up a list of thirty films I loved seeing for the first time.
Season four of the HBO gangster drama brings more challenges and more death for its characters.
YES! I did it. It’s been sitting on my To Do List for over two years, but I finally did it.
A teasing teaser for Japan’s sequels to the live-action adaptation of Rurouni Kenshin to be released next year.
I gotta admit, I had to work extra hard to make the categories fit with the films this year.
As much as Miyazaki likes to trail off into the land of dreams, The Wind Rises is a biopic through and through.
Steve McQueen’s film deserves as much praise and discussion as it does cricism for serving as a brilliant and harrowing depiction of Northup’s years of enslavement bleeding together as he loses track of his past
We got together with all YAM Magazine writers and contributors to ask them how much their 2012 year in films had changed.