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      Frailty Movie Review – Small Town Psychosis at its Finest

      You might have never been to America but you already have an idea what it’s like. And am not talking about how Times Square looks on New Year’s Eve. I am talking about its interiors. The small town America. The home of the American dream. The house with the white picket fence. All in ...

      Tags: movie reviews, Featured, Bill Paxton, Blue Velvet, David Lynch, Debutant Director, Horror, Lion Gates Film, Matt O'Leary, Matthew McConaughey, Movie Review, Stephen King

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        Mere Haule Dost : The Music Director’s Journey

        Divyang Arora – The music director of Mere Haule Dost I can’t remember a time when music was not a major part of my life. Right from the time I set my hands on the first MJ cassette I owned, to my first drumming lesson at the age of eight, I have never thought of any other way of life...

        Tags: movie reviews, Featured, Indie & Fest, A R Rahman, Amit Trivedi, Deepesh Rajani, Divyang Arora, Mere Haule Dost, Naren Kaushik, Nitin Raghunath, Pramida Posanipalli, Rakta Charitra, Ramgopal Varma

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          The Songs of Sparrows: a Face and a Camera

          There’s something batshit insane about Majid Majidi’s The Song of Sparrows (my first experience of Majidi). Don’t get me wrong; I love the movie. It is one of the most down-to-earth movies I’ve ever seen, but it has a sort of manic energy you don’t see in A...

          Tags: movie reviews, Featured, World Cinema, Avaze Gonjeshk-ha, Iran, MAJID MAJIDI, MOHAMMAD AMIR NAJI, Movie Review, THE SONG OF SPARROWS

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            The Colors of Raanjhanaa

            *Mild plot-spoilers* ‘Raanjhana’ connects with utmost honesty when the situations are Benares-centric. If there is one thing that can be unequivocally said about this outing from Anand Rai, it is the fine encapsulation of Benares in its hues and colors – saffron, green, and all ...

            Tags: movie reviews, Featured, A R Rahman, Abhay Deol, Anand Rai, ARR, Benares, Dhanush, Eros International, heartland, Hemal Kothari, Himanshu Sharma, hindi, Krishika Lulla, Movie Review, Natarajan Subramaniam, Raanjhanaa, Raanjhanaa Movie Review, Sonam, Swara Bhaskar, Vishal Sinha

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              Satya and Ram Gopal Varma: Whose Truth is it Anyway?

              Note- This is the 2nd part of my Satya story. The 1st part can be seen here. –> Disclaimer: There is a term called ‘The Rashomon Effect’; in which observers of an event produce substantially different but equally plausible accounts of ‘the truth’. So it is possibl...

              Tags: movie reviews, Author's Corner, Featured, Movies, Anuragp Kashyap, Bhanodaya, Chakravarthi, Manoj Bajpai, Mazhar Kamran, Ram Gopal Varma, Ramu, RGV, Satya, Saurabh Shukla

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                Mud(2013) : A Coming Of Age Film in Huckleberry Finn Style

                Language : English | Running Time : 131 Minutes | Director : Jeff Nichols Cinema has the undeniable charm and power of leaving an impression on us that other media of entertainment can never have. Even an extraordinary book might not be able to affect us in a way a simple movie can. If you ask t...

                Tags: movie reviews, Featured, Jacob Lofland, Jeff Nichols, Killer Joe, Matthew McConaughey, Michael Shannon, Mud, Mud Movie Review, Reese Witherspoon, River Phoenix, Rob Reiner, Stand By Me, Take Shelter, The Lincoln Laywer, Tye Sheridan

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                  Touring Talkies Movie Review: A Film Which Wants to Say a Lot More……

                  Note- This is a special post as MAM hits the landmark of 1000 posts/articles with this review of Touring Talkies.  This is just a small landmark in our long journey and we’d like to thank all our authors, readers and friends for making this a special place. I’ve always been fasc...

                  Tags: movie reviews, Featured, Movies, Amol Gole, Ballu Saluja, Chinmay Sant, Ilaiyaraaja, Kishore Kadam, Marathi Cinema, Milind Shinde, Neha Pendse, Subodh Bhave, Suhas Palshikar, touring talkies, Touring Talkies Movie Review, Trupti Bhoire

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                    The Prisoner of Second Avenue: A delightful take on urban dwelling

                    How many of us go crazy when we see someone spit on the sidewalks, when the roads are laden with traffic, when the whole city represents a huge dump yard? Full of blaring horns, flashy billboards and fast-talking residents, cities can be stressful places to be. So, it may be no wonder that urban-...

                    Tags: movie reviews, Featured, Movies, Nostalgia, Anne Bancroft, Hollywood Classics, Jack Lemmon, Melvin Frank, Neil Simon, The Prisoner of Second Avenue

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                      Gentleman’s Agreement: We Are All One

                      We are a country full of people who suffer from xenophobia. A vast majority of our population is dark skinned yet our T.V. Channels constantly bombard us with visuals and images of ultra fair people and make it clear that if you are not fair you will not get a job, husband of your choice, heck yo...

                      Tags: movie reviews, Featured, Nostalgia, Antisemitism, Celeste Holm, Dorothy McGuire, Elia Kazan, Gentleman's Agreement, Gregory Peck, John Garfield, Oscar winner for Best Director, Oscar Winner for Best Picture, Oscar winner for best supporting actress

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                        The Place Beyond The Pines(2013) Review

                        Language : English | Running Time : 140 Minutes | Director : Derek Cianfrance The cast has two of Hollywood’s finest young talents, Ryan Gosling and Bradley Cooper, acting in it and if that isn’t invitation enough, it is a Derek Cianfrance film. After the emotionally charged and gripp...

                        Tags: movie reviews, Featured, Bradley Cooper, Derek Cianfrance, Drive, Eva Mendes, Karma, Ryan Gosling, The Place Beyond The Pines(2013)