A 7 minutes or less take on movies (English and Hindi), mostly new ones playing in theaters and some available online, by a 30-something lifelong movies enthusiast who has nothing to do with the world of movies.
In this episode of Worth A Watch we review the latest racial commentary - The Hate U Give. Powerful and captivating, this is basically the 20 year old Amandla Stenberg's Starr (Carter) turn. This year has seen its fair share of movies on this subject and this one still manages to stand out and leave an impact.
In this episode of Worth A Watch we review the latest Steve McQueen thriller/drama - Widows. This is a special episode as we have our first guest reviewer - a friend and longtime listener of the podcast - Ajay Andrews. And the movie is surely worth a watch!
In this episode of Worth A Watch we review the latest holiday special - The Grinch. This is another special episode after Smallfoot where we have a guest reviewer - Anaaya Banerjee - who discusses the remake of the all time class story! If you have kids, must take them for this one.
In this episode of Worth A Watch we review the latest Bollywood movie - Badhaai Ho, that of a middle aged, middle class couple finding out they're pregnant and the hilarity and drama that ensues. Easily one of the best movies of the year.
In this episode of Worth A Watch we will talk about the latest animated movie from Warner Brothers - Smallfoot - and I have with me a special guest with me, my fellow movie critic - Anaaya Banerjee - my 3.5 years old daughter.
Warning: Plenty of spoilers ahead.
In the 9th episode of Worth A Watch we will review the acting masterclass by Glenn Close and Jonathan Pryce - The Wife. One of the best movies, and definitely the best performance by a leading lady this year.
In the 8th episode of Worth A Watch we will review the post world war 2 thriller (based on a real life incident) Operation Finale. It's the fascinating true story of one of the architects of the holocaust who fled to Argentina and was captured by Israel and was brought to a historic globally televised tried. Chris Weitz's Operation Finale is worth a watch.
In the 7th episode of Worth A Watch we will review the breakout hit of the season - Blackkklansman, a dark, black comedy about the unbelievable true story of a black cop who joined the KKK. A Spike Lee special and definitely worth a watch.
In the 2nd episode of Worth A Watch we review the 6th installment of the Mission Impossible series of movies - MI Fallout. Thanks for all the great feedback on the 1st episode (October review), have tried to incorporate most of it (e.g. trivia at the end) and will love to get more feedback, especially on areas of improvement! Thanks so much for listening.
The very first episode of Worth A Watch where we will be reviewing a movie in each episode. Starting off with a very raw attempt at reviewing the 2018 Indian (Hindi) movie - October. Please be kind, but more importantly please, please do share any and every form of feedback. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or @suhel on Twitter.