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Review; The Hobbit – The Battle Of The Five Armies

Nostalgia vs Disappointment Coming from a fan, the latest and the defining chapter of The Hobbit Trilogy is not exactly what one would expect from Peter Jackson. But, when Nostalgia overpowers the feeling of getting disappointed, what’s there to say really? After the amazing second installment to The Hobbit franchise, everyone expected the last one to be even more powerful. ...

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Review; PK – Religion of Wrong Numbers

I don’t think I will find many people who haven’t sat in front of their television, along with their family, watching 3 Idiots every time its on. That’s the effect Raj Kumar Hirani has on the audiences. He will present a pleasant and adorable story of relate-able characters who will make you laugh and cry in equal amounts, and while ...

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Inherent Vice; Review

I have always been a bit apprehensive when it comes to films adapted from books. Every reader who has put in a lot of thought and efforts into reading a book (reading is, as against popular perception, not just an activity that is to be enjoyed; for me, its an activity that, among other things, lets us contemplate and, if ...

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Grim IntentionsÔÇï: Gone Girl Review

“Simplest answers are often the correct one.” ┬áHailed as one of the most anticipated movies of the year, David Fincher’s Gone Girl is an edge-of-your-seat thriller that sucks you right into its web of twists and turns once the first 10 minutes walk past you. Fincher opens his film with a husband stroking the hair of his wife while he ...

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Movie review- Dr. Prakash Baba Amte

Dr Prakash Baba Amte – This movie is as u must have guessed from the title is a Biography on the well known social Baba Amte’s son. A son who carried forward his fathers legacy and along with his wife achieved even greater heights in social work done for the down trodden and completely ignored adivasis of state of Maharashtra. ...

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What If; Review

Based on the play ‘Toothpaste and Cigars’, ‘What If’ is about Wallace (Daniel Radcliffe), a med-school dropout who meets ┬áChantry (Zoe Kazan) at a house party and sparks instant chemistry. What follows is a tale about love & friendship that would take you back to two specific years of Rom-Com film-making.┬á The first is the year 1989 and the film ...

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Haider; Review

One has to salute Vishal Bharadwaj for his audacity to adapt Shakespeare’s toughest and lengthiest writing till date. Shot almost in and around Kashmir, Haider looks stunning when you look at it from a distance, but once you get into the film it turns into something that is very dark; sometimes depressing, and mostly astounding. The amount of work Vishal ...

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Khoobsurat review

Khoobsurat- the movie so many girls want to watch for the plain simple reason- it’s a disney movie! But after watching the movie I realised that disney probably had very little to do with the movie. The story is exactly what it looks like- Sonam Kapoor (Mili) is a physiotherapist for works with an IPL team and is called to ...

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Review; Dawat-e-Ishq

A pretty actress, a charming actor, a mediocre story and loads of mouth watering food- that’s daawat e ishq in a nutshell for you. The story starts with Parineeti (Gullu) being the outspoken straight forward middle class girl who lives in Hyderabad with her widowed father. She is against the concept of dowry and is rejected by many guys because ...

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Review; CREATURE 3D

Vikram BhattÔÇÖs Creature might actually have garnered guffaws all around, but there is much more than what meets the eye. It is surprising how Bhatt who never resents from copying exact sequences from films like ÔÇÿExorcismÔÇÖ and ÔÇÿThe Exorcism Of Emily RoseÔÇÖ, actually made an effort of spinning out originality this time, however trivial. ÔÇ£BrahmarakshasaÔÇØ, the predator shown in the ...

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