Her – Minimalistic Poster

Spike Jonze’s Her can best be depicted as a cutting edge fable of a man who goes gaga for his hyper-mindful, misleadingly keen working framework. We are now at a point where most individuals have more made associations with their tech-savvy gadgetry than one another. Additionally, most working frameworks and programming these days guarantee to fulfil their buyer’s each necessity, and Her investigates that idea to its compelling.

Her Movie Minimalistic Poster

With respect to the artistic details inside the film: it is implanted with solid written work, the film is outwardly taking part in its retro look and the beautiful cinematography is flawless which just adds to the melancholic and delicate experience. It is Jonze’s virtuoso consolidated with Phoenix and Johansson’s sensational acting abilities, which counteracts the film from veering into ridiculous domain or impelling doubt. Rather, it shows a touching affection story that is satisfactory as an impression of the human states of loneliness and fulfilment and an imminent reality.

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RIP Balu Mahendra

Balu mahendra RIP

When we loose such an exceptional director from the film industry, time appears to stop. Be that as it may, it is important that we begin to live again with a broad smile all over so we can make his soul cheerful, as he is still looking at us even if we can’t.

RIP Balu Mahendra.

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Pannaiyarum Padminiyum

Pannaiyarum Padminiyum

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Pannaiyarum Padminiyum

Pannaiyarum Padminiyum

Pannaiyarum Padminiyum

After watching a heart warming movie called ‘Pannaiyarum Padminiyum’ I couldn’t resist myself from designing a fan made poster. This was actually a short film; later the director made this story as a feature film. A good film will always have its own value.

In this movie the lead characters experiences passionate feelings for a Premier Padmini car, on the whole it was a warm movie which will make you emotional with a gentle smile.

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The Wolf of Wall Street

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Wolf-of-wall-street-poster

Wolf-of-wall-street-poster

In The Wolf of Wall Street, Martin Scorsese proceeds his love of manly vigor: vigor for its own particular purpose as a method of completing the self, vigor on the grounds that there’s nothing more awful in Scorsese’s universe than detachment, which inexorably interprets as feebleness. In any case what happens in a motion picture when that vigor is persistently indistinguishable, conscienceless, indiscreet? It turns into a perseverance test.

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