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Movie Review; Naam Shabana

This spy action thriller movie is the prequel to the iconic Baby (2015), and is made by the same cast and crew. The prequel shows the life and circumstances of field agent Shabana Khan, how a silent and morose college girl who is a martial arts champion has a tragic childhood and her freshly blossomed love life turns tragic how ...

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Movie Review – Phillauri 

Plot –(Suraj Sharma) Kanan is shown returning in a flight from Canada to his hometown in Chandigarh Punjab. He is home to get married to his childhood love doll Anu (Mehreen Pirzaada) both the families are in happy and celebratory mood when the panditji sees their kundli and announces that Kanan is heavily Manglik and his first wife would die. ...

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Movie Review – Life 

Genre – Sci Fi, Horror Plot – A multinational six-member crew aboard the International Space Station performs a successful capture of a space probe returning from Mars with a soil sample. The crew is tasked with studying the sample, which could prove to be the first evidence of extraterrestrial life. After extracting a single cell from the sample, British biologist ...

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Movie Review –  Anarkali of Aarah  

Genre – Social Drama Plot- Anarkali (Swara Bhaskar) has taken over the role that her dancer-mother had all along performed: that of an erotic dancer in the small hamlet of Arrah in Bihar. In shockingly tragic circumstances, her mother was shot dead during a performance by an inebriated neta, who cared to flaunt his rifle as she pirouetted on stage. ...

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Movie Review; Beauty and the Beast 

Plot  Belle is a young girl who lives with her father in a small French  village of Villeuneve. Her whole village feels she is beautiful but odd. She too hates her old fashioned village life and wants more from life. The village soldier Gaston is a strong handsome young man who is so vain and proud of his looks that ...

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Movie Review; Trapped 

Plot  Shaurya Rajkummar Rao accidentally locks himself up in his new rented apartment almost for a week. The story revolves around his struggle of being claustrophobic and survival without food, water and electricity. What’s Good  The movie depicts a survival drama and portrays how we take our modern amenities for granted, Director Vikramaditya Motwane manages to make a dark ghory ...

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Kong Skull-Movie Review

This is the 12th and among the best in the King Kong series of movies, the first one made in 1933 and this latest one released 11th March 2017.   I felt that the 2005 Peter Jackson made version was the best with this 2017 version following as a close second. Well the King Kong series  has been inspired from the ...

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Movie review; Lion

We come into the world alone and leave alone. Yet, in our time on earth we form innumerable relationships. Notably, our affiliations are based on either one, a shared interest or affinity for each other’s company, or two, consanguinity. It really is difficult to comment with certitude as to which type trumps the other. Yet, having said that, one cannot ...

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Movie review; Rangoon

Plot- This movies theme is heavily borrowed from the classic 1942 film Casablanca as is Director Vishal Bharadwaj’s style he heavily indianises the story for the Indian audiences like all his movies. The year is 1943 and World War II is at its worst phase and  all the countries in the world are at war. India meanwhile is fighting for its ...

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Movie Review; Hidden Figures

This movie is a biographical drama based on the book by the same name written by Margot Lee which she wrote based on the apartheid  and discrimination against black women in NASA.They were not considered equal, were given a separate building with a separate  wing set apart from the main building with segregated facilities such as toilets and canteens. How ...

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