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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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        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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            Review – Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani: Usual and unusual

            Produced by Hiroo Yash Johar & Karan Johar, Co-produced by Apoorva Mehta and scripted & directed by Ayan Mukherjee, Dharma Productions’ Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani is a love story set first in Manali and later in Udaipur. Starring Ranbir Kapoor, Deepika Padukone,Kali Koechlin, Aditya Ro...

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              Lincoln(2012) Movie Review: A Saga of American President

              The only thing I knew about Abraham Lincoln before watching the film was that he is one of the greatest Presidents of the United States of America. I also knew that he was responsible for abolishing slavery. He was assassinated by John Wilkes Booth at Ford’s Theater and ...

              Tags: movie reviews, Featured, 2012 OSCAR Winner, Abraham Lincoln, daniel day lewis, Janusz Kaminski, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Lincoln, Lincoln Movie Review, Movie Review, Sally Field, Tommy Lee Jones, Tony Kushner

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                Neram Movie Review: Alphonse Putharen gets it right….well almost right

                Time is a ubiquitous presence in Alphonse Putharen’s delightful romantic entertainer Neram. A sand clock constantly appears on the screen telling you how a young man Mathew (Nivin Pauly) is in a race against time to save himself from all kinds of disasters, battling among others a loan shar...

                Tags: movie reviews, Featured, Alphonse Putharen, Anand C.Chandran, Lalu Alex, Manoj K.Jayan, Movie Review, Nazriya Nazim, Neram, Neram Movie Review, Nivin Pauly, Pistah, Rajesh Murugesan, Shammi Thilakan, Simhaa

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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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                    Ship of Theseus: A Perspective

                    The Sydney Film Festival has been increasing in popularity over the last few years. In recent years, there have been numerous Indian movies, short movies and documentaries that have been showcased in the festival. I have been fortunate enough to see some fantastic movies before some others around...

                    Tags: movie reviews, Featured, Aida Elkashef, Amba Sanyal, Anand Gandhi, Faraz Khan, Kiran Rao, Movie Review, Neeraj Kabi, pankaj kumar, Ship of Theseus, Ship of Theseus Movie Review, Sohum Shah, UTV Motion Pictures, Vinay Shukla

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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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                        Nautanki Saala Movie Review

                        Some people believe that if you save a life, you are responsible for it. Nautanki Saala is a film that is built on that concept. Rohan Sippy, the director of movies like Bluffmaster, Kuch Naa Kaho, Dum Maaro Dum has returned with Nautanki Saala. It stars the talented Ayushmann Khurana, Kunal Roy...

                        Tags: movie reviews, Featured, Movies, apres vous, Ayushmann Khurana, Bollywood, evelyn sharma, Gaelyn Mendonca, Kunal Roy Kapoor, Movie Review, Nautanki Saala, Pooja Salvi, Remake, Rohan Sippy, rufy khan