Articles by Nikhil Taneja
May 31, 2013
Movie Review: The Hangover III is best watched when drunkThe problem with Hangover III is there’s not enough action in the film for an action flick, and for a comedy, there’s not enough comedy.
May 25, 2013
Movie review: The Fast and the Furious goes crash, boom, bang in a good wayThe climax of the film alone, featuring a bunch of cars and an aeroplane (YES!), is worth the price of your ticket. Hang around for the post-credits scene that reveals a hint about the next installment. So. Bloody. Exciting!
May 20, 2013
The Great Gatsby sells the Great American Dream with panacheArray
May 17, 2013
Movie Review: The Great Gatsby is the most Bollywood of Baz Luhrmann's filmsThe great American dream is an integral part of America. It’s ‘great’ in that it symbolises not truth, but hope when the truth is disillusioning; it symbolises not facts, but ideals when facts are unnerving; it symbolises not likelihood, but promise when likelihood is all but bleak.
May 10, 2013
Dear Star Trek makers, stop aping Christopher NolanArray
May 10, 2013
Star Trek Into Darkness is a perfectly adequate popcorn filmStar Trek Into Darkness is a perfectly adequate summer blockbuster film. It is impeccably tailored to please both the Trekkies and the non-geeks, genre lovers as well as the average moviegoer.
May 05, 2013
Movie review: Mud is a film with heart, a hunk and a lovable teenagerHere are five reasons why you should watch Mud.
Apr 29, 2013
Movie Review: Iron Man 3 is both a hit and a missIron Man 3 is a fun but bumpy ride, and having come after The Avengers, which is possibly the most perfect summer blockbuster film ever, you can’t help but feel slightly dissatisfied.
Apr 23, 2013
Movie review: The Croods is fun in a family packIt's like a mash-up of Journey to the Center of the Earth and Ice Age, and you'll love the joyride that The Croods take. Who'd have thought Nicholas Cage as a Neanderthal daddy could be so much fun?
Apr 15, 2013
Movie Review: Oblivion digs a black hole for itselfDespite an impressive cast, Tom Cruise's latest attempt to squash bad guys is confused and soulless.