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Masaan review: Film is flawed but there's enough to love in Neeraj Ghaywan's Varanasi

Jul 26, 2015

Masaan review: Film is flawed but there's enough to love in Neeraj Ghaywan's Varanasi

Masaan belongs to the growing tribe of Indian independent films that have garnered praise and accolades in the foreign film festival circuit #Movie review #Varanasi #Richa Chadha #Sanjay Mishra #Masaan #Neeraj Ghaywan #Shweta Tripathi #Vicky Kaushal
Ant Man review: In Marvel's latest, Paul Rudd proves funny things come in small packages

Jul 25, 2015

Ant Man review: In Marvel's latest, Paul Rudd proves funny things come in small packages

Ant Man is exactly the kind of film that Marvel fans needed a stripped-down, simple, funny, and exciting little comedy thriller with likable characters and stakes that matter. #MovieReview #Marvel #Michael Douglas #The Avengers #Ant Man #Edgar Wright #Paul Rudd #Corey Stoll #Peyton Reed
Mr Holmes review: Ian McKellen charms in this elegant, slow look at a detective in retirement

Jul 24, 2015

Mr Holmes review: Ian McKellen charms in this elegant, slow look at a detective in retirement

In Mr. Holmes, director and Oscar-winning writer Bill Condon presents a multiple mystery of three stories set in 1947, in scenic Sussex. #MovieReview #Sherlock Holmes #Sussex #Bill Condon #Ian McKellen #A Slight Trick of the Mind #Mr Holmes
Masaan review: This Richa Chadha starrer gives an impactful, insiders view of Varanasi

Jul 24, 2015

Masaan review: This Richa Chadha starrer gives an impactful, insiders view of Varanasi

Masaan shows the feisty struggle of youngsters in small-town India familiar with computers and mobile phones to find love and dignity #Bollywood #Ganga #Indian Ocean #Movie review #Richa Chadha #Benaras #Dum Laga Ke Haisha #Masaan #Neeraj Ghaywan #Shweta Tripathi #Vicky Kaushal
Neither a thriller nor an epic: 'Ahalya' is a tale of morality from house of Sujoy Ghosh

Jul 23, 2015

Neither a thriller nor an epic: 'Ahalya' is a tale of morality from house of Sujoy Ghosh

The tagline of the 14-minute film is Sujoy Ghosh's Epic Thriller Ahalya. Is it an epic thriller? It is a fable from the epics, for sure. #Radhika Apte #MovieReview #Soumitra Chatterjee #Ahalya #Tota Roychowdhary #Sujoy Ghose
Bajrangi Bhaijaan review: Not as bad as Kick, but this Salman Khan film is forgettable

Jul 18, 2015

Bajrangi Bhaijaan review: Not as bad as Kick, but this Salman Khan film is forgettable

Bajarangi Bhaijaan can be forgotten the next morning. And that, in this case, somehow works as a positive aspect. #Bollywood #Salman Khan #India #Pakistan #Kareena Kapoor #Movie review #Adam Sandler #Kieslowski
Bajrangi Bhaijaan review: Salman as Hanuman bhakt is so good you'll be surprised

Jul 18, 2015

Bajrangi Bhaijaan review: Salman as Hanuman bhakt is so good you'll be surprised

When Salman Khan folds his hands in a namaste pose and says, Jai Shree Ram in Bajrangi Bhaijaan, he takes his 'Being Human' image to the next level. #Bollywood #BuzzPatrol #Kareena Kapoor #review #MovieReview #Movie #Bajrangi Bhaijaan #Slaman Khan
I Love NY review: The film takes its own time to bore you and it's as bad as surviving surgery

Jul 11, 2015

I Love NY review: The film takes its own time to bore you and it's as bad as surviving surgery

I Love NY takes its own sweet time coming to its predictable end, and you can only sit back and note irrelevant details like Ranauts three costumes and debate over Deol wearing a wig, counting his age and wishing him more suitable roles. #Kangana Ranaut #Hindi films #Sunny Deol #MovieReview #Queen #Bhushan Kumar #T-Series #I Love NY