July 27, 2016

You were supposed to be scared of the dark....That's what the punchline reads. And yes, you better be! Because if you do not dirty Diana is going to switch off your lights anyway.

From the director of The Conjuring, comes another horror story exploring the realms of the human mind bordering Disturbia. Being inmates of the same mental institution, the secluded Diana with a rare skin condition of photosensitivity made friends wit...

May 10, 2016

 Once in a while, a movie comes along that is totally forgettable. Not only for mediocre storyline, bad acting or average appeal, but for all of the above reasons. This is one such movie which leaves absolutely no impact at all. Not a single character in the film display any effort to make this work and hence the film fails miserably. The previous one in the series was substantially way more engrossing and captivating in that...

April 28, 2016

India is a country of many diversities. Diversity in various criminal activities in various parts of the country has always been a popular topic in the Indian celluloid-be it Parallel or Commercial cinema. Laal Rang breaks the barrier of such films where probably for the first time in Hindi cinema, a dialect of Hindi as spoken in southern Haryana-Karnal to be precise is used as a medium of communication. The Hindi spoken in th...

April 19, 2016

Shahrukh Khan has managed to go where he has never feared to trade earlier-into the dark realms of a twisted and obsessed fan/ impersonator of a film star. Not Only does he emerge triumphant, he manages to teach us a few basic lessons too-Never underestimate the power and determination of a human being and never lose your originality to become someone else’s duplicate. Khan’s portrayal as Gaurav, the obsessed fan of Superstar...

April 19, 2016

 

 

 

The Partition of India into Pakistan and Bangladesh still hold a very sensitive place in the hearts of many. Shankhachil is one such film which deals with the forced division of Undivided Bengal and the various issues faced by citizens of either countries. The first half deals with the innocent adventures of a 10 year old Bangladesh Muslim Girl born into a progressive family where human values are prioritized over nationali...

April 15, 2016

Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice is a cinema of epic proportions. The drama magnified with relentless shots in slow motion and shot over with the best of lenses, super dramatic and magnum cinematography and soulful dialogues. The ego clash between two superheroes and their ultimate friendship and sacrifice, the appearance of the wonder woman to save the world from the creation of a vicious tycoon played to perfection by Jes...

April 15, 2016

There has been a few versions of this classic from Rudyard Kipling shot before, but none of them quite match up to this one in particular.  The ground-breaking Digital 3D effects, the simplicity of Mowgli's character and the underlying message of fraternity and humanity expressed through the actions of 9 year old boy for his mates adds to the overall appeal of the film.

 

 

The voices of Bill Murray, Lupita Nyogo and Ben Kinglsey...

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