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Drishyam review: A decent copy, but Ajay Devgn will make you long for Kamal Haasan

Aug 02, 2015

Drishyam review: A decent copy, but Ajay Devgn will make you long for Kamal Haasan

All said and done, Kamaths Drisyham proves a carbon copy is just that: a decent copy. #Bollywood #Movie review #Ajay Devgn #Ajay Devgan #Nishikant Kamat #Drishyam
Drishyam review: It's a promising murder mystery weakened by Ajay Devgn

Aug 02, 2015

Drishyam review: It's a promising murder mystery weakened by Ajay Devgn

If Nishkant Kamat had the gumption (and the freedom) to focus on story instead of possible box office returns, Drishyam could have been a good film. #Bollywood #Mohanlal #Movie review #Tabu #Ajay Devgn #Shriya Saran #Nishikant Kamat #The Devotion of Suspect X #Drishyam
Southpaw review: Jake Gyllenhaal bulks up, finds his inner Eminem and makes the film watchable

Jul 31, 2015

Southpaw review: Jake Gyllenhaal bulks up, finds his inner Eminem and makes the film watchable

Southpaw could have been an intense character based drama, but doesnt end up being more than a simplistic and underexplored story of a damaged family man #Hollywood #Eminem #Movie review #Jake Gyllenhaal #Southpaw
The Vatican Tapes review: Another demon, another possession, another yawn

Jul 31, 2015

The Vatican Tapes review: Another demon, another possession, another yawn

The Vatican Tapes is your obligatory predicable and cliched Hollywood horror movie. #MovieReview #Mark Neveldine #The Vatican Tapes #Crank
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
Electronic expert and Avengers member: All you need to know about the Ant Man

Jul 25, 2015

Electronic expert and Avengers member: All you need to know about the Ant Man

This is a breakdown of the comic book character, the depiction in the movie might differ, although we have tried to keep it relevant to the Friday release. #ThingsWeLike #Marvel #Movie #Avengers #Superhero #Ant Man #Superpowers
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