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Movie review; Alone

Producer Kumar Mangat Director Bhushan Patel Cast: Bipasha Basu, Karan Singh Grover The Movie begins with a fraidy cat Sanjana (Bipasha Basu) who is playing wife to Karan  (Karansingh Grover) a businessman. She feels neglected by her busy husband and tells him that at night where he almost misses attending her birthday party. Among the party guests there is friend ...

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The Theory Of Everything; Review

The Theory Of Everything is everything but the theory. If you peek into the movie expecting technical jargon about Stephen Hawking’s life you’ll be┬á disappointed. The film mostly shows how Stephen slowly proceeds into his disease. The various phases have been wonderfully tackled along with a parallel role-play of the Stephen-Jane love. Very early in the movie there is a ...

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Taken 3; Review

Taken 3 is a sequel of the Taken movies, which are very popular among action lovers. But this movie is not up to the standard of the previous movies at all. The story revolves around the central character, Bryan himself. He is framed for the murder of his ex wife (what?!) and the plot is set as he tries to clear ...

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Movie Review: Big Eyes

Painting a big Picture: Burton’s Big Eyes   There’s no doubt to the fact that we all are fascinated by something or the other- almost always the other. A friend I knew was fascinated by crooked noses and thin lips- don’t ask me why, I never asked that to him either. But come to think of it, humans have always ...

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Tevar: Movie Review

The hero saves the heroine yet again. It seems like our Indian hero is back! He is every bodyÔÇÖs favorite, can fight with hundreds of ÔÇ£gundasÔÇØ just like that.┬á He is soft hearted, respects women and is a fan of Salman Khan!! The movie revolves around how the hero meets the heroine ÔÇ£the abla nariÔÇØ and saves her from the ...

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Review; Predestination

Predestination is the new film by the Spierig brothers. Based on the classic short story “All your Zombies” written by Robert A. Heinlein. The film stars Ethan Hawke as an agent who works for an organization that uses time travel to prevent bad thing from happening. ‘The Fizzle Bomber’ is trying to blow New York up. Ethan Hawke makes it ...

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Review; Woman in Black

She never forgives. She never forgets. She never left. SheÔÇÖs back in black as the angel of death and sheÔÇÖs out for revenge. Set in the World War II era, the story follows Eve Parker, a school teacher who is the newest tenant to move into the infamous Marsh household along with the school headmistress and a few refugee children. ...

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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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