Movie Dare: The Results

Okay this is a long overdue post. But better late than never, they say. So here we are having accomplished our respective Movie Dares! And we are happy to report zero casualties. Nobody unfriended anybody…yet. Without further ado, we present the Movie Dare 2015 results post! (Finally!) End of Watch (2012) by David Ayer Upon learning that…

Our Top Ten Movies of 2015

2015 was a great year for movies. Jurrasic World broke box office records. Star Wars: The Force Wakens broke the internet and Jurrasic World‘s box office records. Mad Max: Fury Road blew our brains out. Inside Out melted our hearts. It has been a great year for indies too, with Tangerine paving the way for trans…

Review: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 (2015)

At one point in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2, the brainwashed, still suffering Peeta (Josh Hutcherson) tells the mockingjay Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence): “Our lives were never ours, they belong to Snow and our deaths do too. But if you kill him, Katniss, all those deaths, they mean something.” This is the fourth and…

Movie Dare: The Introduction

We at WAM decided that our movie watching limits could stand a little stretching. Therefore we would like to introduce Movie Dare 2015. The whole set up is simple. Through random pickings, we each get a name of a fellow WAM contributor whom we shall direct our dare to. The darer may choose any movie and for…

Review: The Walk (2015)

Last week, I just went to the cinema without a plan on what movie to watch. So I really have no idea about this movie until I saw the poster while buying tickets. So what is The Walk about? The Walk (2015) is a biographical drama film based on the story of the French high-wire…

Heroes Reborn Coming (Very) Soon!

Do you remember Heroes? The series which started back in 2006? I was once a fan of that television series. Well, for the first season at least. I got hooked at once by the concept of ordinary people having super powers. Heroes with abilities, but without costumes and codenames. I remember how I waited every…

Review: Inside Out (2015)

When I first read the synopsis of Inside Out (2015), I instantly knew that I was in for a treat. Because, come on, how interesting is it to see the workings in one’s head and with different emotions represented as characters? Besides, Amy Poehler as Joy? Mindy Kaling as Disgust? Bill Hader as Fear? I was…

Earliest Movie Memories

Why, hello there! If you find yourself reading this, I am pretty sure you are a lover of movies. Or you got bonked on the head and  you really have no idea why you are here. Either way, we’ll take it! Okay, back to movies. This being our introductory post, we decided to dig deep…