The Walk is the true story of a young dreamer, Philippe Petit, and a band of improbable enlisted people who together accomplish the impossible: an unlawful wire stroll in the massive void between the World Trade Center towers.
The Walk is not only a tale about testing human abilities and overcoming difficulties. It’s about the same franticness that drives individuals to scale treacherous mountain peaks and dive into unknown depths. The film is additionally a warm tribute to New York City and its changed horizon after 9/11. Never missout to watch this in IMAX experience—it’s the closest we may come to strolling on a high wire at 1,350ft.
A minimalistic poster for a masterpiece movie called “Drishyam”
There are very few movies which will hold you back to know what going to be next. Writer director Jeethu Joseph’s Drishyam is one such film, a holding story that abandons you hypnotized with its skillful screenplay.
For the Mohanlal fans out there, particularly the individuals who were whining about not seeing him in practical and natural parts, strive for this one to see the saint in one of the finest exhibitions in his profoundly famous vocation. You can watch him just in sheer incredulity as he gives inconspicuous acting another importance, much the same as the way he has done in some of his splendid movies previously.
Drishyam might be attributed for bringing Mohanlal’s realistic acting once again on screens and pushing the captain of the ship Jeethu Joseph into a huge competition as he has made an excellent thriller drama.