The best movie ever made, ‘The Godfather’, is the topic of discussion on Split Screen Podcast this week as we compare it to to its Bollywood counterpart ‘Sarkar’.
First episode of Split Screen Podcast, where we compare film remakes to its original material. Listen and Subscribe for all the latest episodes.
Bollywood actor Anil Kapoor to voice a character for the crudest and most politically incorrect TV Show ever, and it’ll be awesome!
‘Trailer Talk’ breaks down all the new releases of March 2015 and I give my thoughts on each one to see if it’s worth checking out or not.
Comparing Francise Ford Coppola’s legendary epic with a Bollywood remake of it almost 30 years later in this ‘Split Screen’ feature.
‘Broken Horses’ is a Hollywood movie written & directed by Bollywood director Vidhu Vinod Chopra
Split Screen compares the Hollywood blockbuster KNIGHT AND DAY with it’s official Bollywood remake in BANG BANG.
A comparison of the cult hit MEMENTO, and the Bollywood remake of the same movie in GHAJINI.
Another Quentin Tarantino revenge flick of historical proportions and badassery.
‘Battleship’ is a movie that would have been better served and a lot more enjoyable if it had been directed by Michael Bay.
PAIN And GAIN features Mark Wahlberg and Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson as body builders involved in a kidnapping gone wrong. And it looks Awesome!
Comic legends Jim Carrey and Steve Carell come together in THE INCREDIBLE BURT WONDERSTONE!
Clint Eastwood gets behind the Director’s chair yet again, in GRAN TORINO, and he is no less bad ass than in any of his other roles!
Join 27 revolutionary Indian Filmmakers in a cause to preserve and promote Independent Cinema in India!
WARRIOR is a fight movie with heart, reminiscent of ROCKY with the angst and kick assery that goes with it.
A great Sci Fi / Love Story is essentially what THE ADJUSTMENT BUREAU becomes. I know, who knew such a genre even existed?!
DRIVE is an awesome throw back to retro 80’s films. Gosling is amazing and his performance is very Swayze-esque. Read on for my Review.
I take a very close, look at the genre of Musicals in Bollywood. However, the critique this time around is on Hollywood!
RAB NE BANA DI JODI was a great opportunity to showcase something different than the pretty fluttering hearts but failed completely.
This is a ‘review’ I wrote years ago on RUNNING SCARED… and it seems I was easily impressed in those days… such is youth.