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Lekur Hum Deewana Dil; Eloping Confusions

Debutante director Arif Ali’s ‘Lekar Hum Deewana Dil’ reeks, being the most unoriginal film this year and this is even after considering Mohit Suri’s Ek Villain. Remember those 70’s-80’s film that started off with Rishi Kapoor and Dimple Kapadia’s ‘Bobby’ where a girl and a boy ran away from their parents just because they didn’t agree to their terms and ...

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She Loved The Devil: Ek Villain

Aisha (Shraddha Kapoor) cracks PJs stopping every other person in the movie, ‘Ek joke sunaoon’ she says. She had a deep impact on the little bit of working brain that I was left with after watching the film. So here I go too, Ek joke sunao? “Mohit Suri’s newest film is the most original, most brilliantly written revenge saga every ...

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CGI Orgasm. Transformers: Age Of Extinction Review

Characters coming out of costly cars with the camera panning around taking a low angle shot, a hot blonde girl with the IQ of a 6 year old, toys that talk more than humans do, special effects that seem like someone just threw a massive jeez all over the screen to make them look like extra-terrestrial, product placements ranging from ...

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Live.Die.Repeat: Edge Of Tomorrow; Movie Review

“On your feet Maggot!” shouts an army official, as Cage (Tom Cruise) wakes up yet again. The newly recruited, untrained Cage has to follow a sequence of steps and things that he will have to do over-and-over again. Doug Liman (Director Of The Bourne Identity) has perfectly encapsulated what it is to be a summertime moviegoer. He has made a ...

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Oberyn Martell: An Eulogy

“Tell your father I’m here. And tell him, the Lannisters aren’t the only ones who pay their debts.” –Oberyn Martell   Before the fourth season began, pictures of the exciting new additions to the cast of Game of Thrones made the rounds of facebook fan pages. While one picture showed a gigantic man cast to play the role of Gregor ...

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Colorful Blaze: How To Train Your Dragon 2

  They say, “He who watches the trailer for any movie, forever regrets it.” Well the “they” here refers to me as I have been very strict about not watching trailers. But every now and then there is a cinema hall which forces you to see them. How to Train Your Dragon 2 falls into this category, where one of the ...

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Top 5 Movies to watch with your dad

It’s Father’s Day, and you are agonizing about finding a perfect gift for him. How about a nice, cozy movie marathon instead? JAM lists the top five movies you can watch with your dad! 1) The Pursuit of Happyness (2006) Based on a true story, this movie tells the story of a man willing to go to any lengths to ...

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Stupid is as stupid does: Holiday Review

Bollywood has been making stupid films from a time we simply cannot remember. But do you know the trend-setter? The one who started the league of extraordinarily stupid and mundane South-Indian remakes that would cash them crores of rupees at the box-office? Brace yourself ! The super-intellectual mind that ruined the Christopher Nolan masterpiece ‘Memento’, not only once but twice, ...

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Outstanding Bollywood Villains

JAM brings you the Antagonist Awards Most villains in Bollywood are stereotypical caricatures who are usually too handsy with the women folk and always manage to overstock on goons who are completely useless when the protagonist turns up. They end up looking silly and usually get the rough end of the hero’s boot towards the final act, but some Bollywood ...

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Helpless Realities: Citylights Movie Review

“Ye saare panchi hai na, yeh bahut duurr se aate hain humaare sheher main, par ye kabhi akele nahi rehte, akele rahenge to maare jaayenge.” This unrelenting truth about migrant birds is apt for probably every person who leaves their small hometown and comes to a big city, mostly for a better life. However, the truth is an innocent, hardworking ...

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