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2018 has been a great year for films. The year saw young film-makers marrying off inventive techniques and narrative craft with strong content that redefined the genre in itself [The Wolf House, Long Day’s Journey Into the Night, Madeline’s Madeline, The Endless, Searching]. 2018 also witnessed veteran film-makers like Lars Von Trier [The House That Jack Built], Gaspar Noe [Climax], Paul Schrader [First Reformed] making strong films in their familiar space. Most of the best movies of 2018 belong to Indie films, while popular, big production house films like Mission Impossible: Fallout, Avengers: Infinity War, Ready Player one and Black Panther made their presence felt with their strong content.

Everyone saw films that surfaced well on whatever platform their boat sailed to. But there were some rather unfamiliar films that never saw the light of the day. These films need your instant attention, here goes our list of 15 criminally underrated movies of 2018.

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Here is the list of the films submitted to The 91st Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film which I have seen. The List will be constantly updated upon my viewing of the films in the category.
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Gaspar Noé’s Climax is the cinematic experience of the year that provocatively dazzles with raucous energy. It’s a wild celebration of debauchery. It is an orgy of music and dance; a pulsate hammering to the senses.

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The weekend treat for all cine-buffs, here is the list of 25 Non English films that deserves your love and attention.

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Your weekend treat is here. The list of 50 Best films of 2016.

-Shikhar Verma
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Time to update your watch list.
Here is the list of 25 non-English films from 2016 that I loved.

- Nafees Ahmed
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The best thing about Steve Martino's film is that he surrounds the film with colorful strokes of child like innocence and yet remains respectful to its classic source material. It doesn't steps things up or modernize it just for the sake of it.

The Peanuts Movie is dipped in the right kind of nostalgia. Making it equally potent for the adults who have grown old reading the good-old comic strips by Charles M Schulz & the kids who have forgotten what it takes to fly a kite. 

Click the link below to read the complete review of The Peanuts Movie:

http://www.highonfilms.com/the-peanuts-movie-2015-a-kite-chase-down-nostalgia-lane1/
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