'In years to come, people will look back and realize that this movie changed everything...'
...is what will not happen
For the record then - best movie to emerge out of India this year, best music as well.
Not his best song. But no one could be more deserving.
...because I am nothing if not a Mark Ruffalo fan. The Brothers Bloom was the sleeper hit that never quite became a sleeper hit. But Ruffalo displaced reality with great style, as did Adrian Brody, Rachel Weisz and, in a super-cool silent performance, Rinko Kikuchi.
'The Last Carnival': Springsteen and the E Street Band say an emotional goodbye to Danny Federici
He died. And then, ironically, he was a star again...
...because the main selling point was not Ranbir as a sardar, but Jaideep Sahni as the writer. And the lead performance was refreshingly modest, so much so that each supporting turn seemed like a revelation.
Tarantino finally repays my fandom by not falling prey to his own
India's Oscar submission. Modest, funny, not one false step from frame one to end.