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Top 7 Epic Failures of Bollywood in 2014

Happy New Year: it should have been called Crappy New year, as this movie was horrifying, to say the least. If there was bad acting, there was also worse dancing. There was nothing remotely likeable about the central character, played by Shah Rukh Khan and the rest of the cast is simply there to appreciate his greatness.  He got his revenge, ...

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Review; Ugly – The slaughter of innocence

  Anurag KashyapÔÇÖs Ugly is in one word disturbing. It surely doesnÔÇÖt fit the Christmas and New year zest unlike other big releases. A 10 year old girl, Kali is kidnapped. What follows is a bizarre chase of egos, aspiration and obsession. Each character is fantastically layered and perfectly human. Ronit Roy as the alpha male Police officer, Shoumik who ...

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Review: The interview

After so much speculation behind the release of a film based on the assassination of the president of North Korea, we get to see the James Franco & Seth Rogen starer ‘The Interview’ Is it worth all the drama? Not really. Reason you ask? It’s not funny. When a film that has Seth Rogen manages to make you laugh merely ...

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Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb; Review

Its time to say goodbye to yet another year. 2014 is going to end soon. we don’t know what the 2015 has in store for us but 2014 does have something good to offer just like the movies which released in this month or some of the movies which are yet to be released i happen to watch one of ...

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The Tale of An Unreleased Interview

Unless you are living under a rock, or in North Korea, maybe, which is the same thing really, you might have heard about all the hullabaloo surrounding the filming and the release (mostly the latter) of the movie, The Interview. To be honest, I am disappointed by Sony’s decision, not so much because I won’t be able to watch what ...

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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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