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Results for "Movies"


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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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        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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            Vishwaroopam Movie Review: Much Ado Over Nothing

            I cannot but begin reviewing the movie without clearing the obvious, there is nothing, absolutely nothing that can justify the umbrage and consequent banning of the movie in three states. Vishwaroopam, at its best, is a thriller that passes muster above the mediocre and would have been forgotten ...

            Tags: movie reviews, Featured, Movies, Afghanistan, Andrea Jeremiah, Kamal Haasan, Mahesh Narayanan, New York, Pooja Kumar, Rahul Bose, Sanu Varghese, Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy, Shekhar Kapur, Taliban, Tamil CInema, Vishwaroopam, Vishwaroopam Movie Review

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              Amen Malayalam Movie Review: Gonzo Meets Guerilla

              Like many among you, in my family too, as children – we hated vegetables. It was always the usual fuss around the dining table. Our parents had almost given up, being burdened enough with the guilt of having sent us off to boarding school early on, they never exercised what the diplomatical...

              Tags: movie reviews, Featured, Movies, Abinandhan Ramanujam, Amen, Indrajit Sukumaran, Lijo Jose Pellissery, Malayalam Cinema, Movie Review, swati reddy

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                Oblivion Movie Review

                  Tom Cruise as 'Jack Harper' For me, Oblivion was one of the most anticipated summer movies. It had all the ingredients needed to be an entertainer and I didn’t go with the expectation that it will be the 2001 : A Space Odyssey of this generation or even closer in timeline, another Mo...

                Tags: movie reviews, Featured, Movies, Andrea Riseborough, claudia miranda, Hollywood, Joseph Kosinski, Melissa Leo, Movie Review, nikolaj coster-waldan, Oblivion, Olga Kurylenko, sci-fi, Tom Cruise

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                  Commando-A One man Army: Movie Review and Some Stray Thoughts

                  A History of Disappointment: After watching a film like Commando, one naturally prepares oneself to explain why one watched it in the first place. For the record, I liked Pooja Chopra in the trailer and since I had nothing better to do, I gave it a try one evening in a cost effective single scree...

                  Tags: movie reviews, Featured, Movies, Amitabh Shukla, Commando, Commando Movie Review, Dilip Ghosh, Jaideep Ahlawat, Mannan Shaah, Pooja Chopra, Reliance Entertainment, Ritesh Shah, Sejal Shah, Vidyut Jamwal, Vipul Shah

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                    Animal Kingdom Movie Review

                    Jackie Weaver as "Janine 'Smurf' Cody" Gangster movies have to walk a tight line. Like in all films, our protagonists must be people we can root for, people who should be able to get away with whatever they did by the end, and we, as an audience, would be okay with it. But unlike crime capers lik...

                    Tags: movie reviews, Featured, Movies, animal kingdom, australian cinema, david michod, gangster film, Guy Pearce, jackie weaver, Joel Edgerton, luke ford, sullivan stapleton

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                      100 Years of Indian Cinema : Does Regional Cinema work better Internationally than Bollywood?

                      The Apu Trilogy, made up of the films Pather Panchali, Aparajito and Apur Sansar, instantly placed Satyajit Ray and Indian cinema on the world map in the late 1950s. Between them, the three films won seven awards at the Cannes, Berlin and Venice film festivals. This, ingenuously, spurred the &lsq...


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                        Iron Man 3 Movie Review: Third Time’s The Charm!

                        In Hollywood, the announcement of a third part of a franchise or a “Threequel” as most would call it, is usually cause for dread, the reason being that even some of the greatest movie franchises have met their doom at the hands of the dreaded Part 3! Except for a few exceptional franc...

                        Tags: movie reviews, Featured, Movies, Don Cheadle, Guy Pearce, Gwyneth Paltrow, Iron Man, Iron Man 3, Iron Man 3 Movie Review, Marvel Comics, Movie Review, Rebecca Hall, Robert Downey Jr, Shane Black, sir ben kingsley, Superhero