Articles by Pavi Ramani

The Critical Movie Critics

Pavi lives in Costa Rica to put off the inevitable day when she's rejected by every film company ever. She loves dancing and hates people that don't give a film their full attention. She also uses words like love and hate far too liberally.


Movie Review: The Age of Adaline (2015)

If among our current generation of Hollywood actresses there were any one who embodied the idea of “classic beauty,” it would be Blake Lively. She is undeniably radiant, carrying a grace and poise that few others can master, and in this sense is perfectly cast as Adaline Bowman: A beautiful young woman who ceases to…

Movie Review: Alive Inside (2014)

Few documentaries are as touching as Alive Inside, a film that realizes at its core that people don’t just learn from true stories; we’re moved by them. This is undoubtedly assisted by the fact that the film’s two points of focus are concepts we can all relate to in one way or another: Music and…

Movie Review: Sex Ed (2014)

Films — especially those in the genre of comedy — can often be enjoyable and interesting without really having anything of importance to say. Sex Ed, on the other hand, has something valuable to say, but its method of communication is somewhat lacking. That’s not to say it isn’t at all enjoyable or interesting, but…

Movie Review: Wolves (2014)

A little too late to cash in on the “Twilight” trend, but perhaps what fans of the genre need, Wolves brings the young adult audience front and center once again, despite the recent decline in vampire and werewolf themed movies. It has everything it needs to appeal to such a crowd, and yet will probably…

Movie Review: For Those in Peril (2013)

In a world where flying over, sailing on and even diving under the sea are everyday occurrences, one might say we’ve long forgotten the days of fear and respect of the vast blue entity that covers 71% of the planet’s surface. For the small coastal community portrayed in For Those in Peril, however, this is…

Movie Review: Around the Block (2013)

Sometimes, all a cliché needs is to be injected with some life, and we will remember why it became a cliché in the first place. Around the Block is the perfect example of this, as a small but substantial film that provides a fresh take on the trope of an enthusiastic new teacher determined to…

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