An innovative prequel that is able to capture the essence of 40+ years of Sci-Fi mythology, while being original and appealing to new audiences.
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A Review of one of the most influential & successful Superhero TV Series which sets the stage for others to follow.
The genius that is Martin Scorsese finally getting the recognition that he deserves as a Filmmaker for this movie.
Taking a look at the most anticipated movies from Bollywood in November 2013.
One of the more innovative and original Mobster movies ever made, that break away from the rest with it’s pair of leading men.
Another Quentin Tarantino revenge flick of historical proportions and badassery.
I revisit an old classic through the eyes of a parent: Questionable, but still a classic…
I take a look at Episode 2 of Marvel’s Agents Of SHIELD.
Flight is a go no where movie that has little to do with plot, but rather showcases the downfall of a character with no redeeming factors throughout.
Making predictions and Trailer Talking about Bollywood movies releasing on October 2013.
The ultimate tale of redemption of an American caught in a Japanese occupation of a city in WWII & how he becomes saviour to a group of young girls.
A great example of socially responsible cinema that can be engaging, while pushing the boundaries of the accepted norms within the Indian Film Industry.
A disturbingly brilliant movie about a dysfunctional family, and how their troubles multiply as a professional killer enters their lives.
‘Battleship’ is a movie that would have been better served and a lot more enjoyable if it had been directed by Michael Bay.
My somewhat comprehensive and wild rant about one possible way a rebooted Batman can be incorporated into the MAN OF STEEL Universe created by Zack Snyder starting with Batman V Superman
JODHAA AKBAR is an epic love story that suffers from bad filmmaking & a dull linear storytelling that has 2 stories sandwiched together
A potentially great movie, completely ruined by the character written for, and performed in his typically trademark whiny manner by Shia LeBeouf.
The recently illustrious career of Joseph Gordon-Levitt takes a hit with this silly movie that tries to take itself too seriously.
A story about two small time crooks on the run, seeking refuge in a widow’s house which leads them all down an unexpectedly shocking journey.
‘The Amazing Spiderman’ is a reboot 10 years after the original tries to bring about innovative concepts, but falls on its face trying to be too many things, and ending up as nothing.