‘Pitch Perfect’ is the perfect evolution of the typical high school cheerleader movie, but that may not necessarily be a bad thing.
The first ever “So Bad It’s Good” feature takes a look at The Man With The Iron Fists as a laughably bad good movie!
An innovative time travel movie that sets forth a new aspect of the genre that doesn’t rely on previously established concepts.
An entertainer that doesn’t disappoint in the fun, but does fall flat in terms of an original thrilling story.
One of the more exceptionally well written and directed movies in Bollywood of 2012.
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.
Another Quentin Tarantino revenge flick of historical proportions and badassery.
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.
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.
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.
‘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.
Going back in time to recount all of the possible obstacles that stood in the way of an Avengers movie, and how Joss Whedon destroyed them all.
A Movie Review of one of the simpler movies of 2012, the titular character played with subtle intensity by Irfan Khan
Another baseball movie that’s not really about baseball, but about the emotional journey of two characters… while watching baseball.
A heartwarming story about the difficulties functioning in today’s society without knowing English. A Bollywood movie that can appeal to a universal audience.
My Review of one of Emraan Hashmi’s best roles to date, in a small yet riveting conspiracy theory movie.
Movie Review of a hyper exaggerated Bollywood action comedy that stays true to its premise from start to finish.