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The Shah gets passionate and bitter simultaneously: “Within this ‘Brady Bunch’ togetherness woven through technology in our society, we somehow seem to be completely and utterly ignorant to crimes happening in nations beyond our reach.”
Another oldie. It’s been so long since I saw this movie, I actually almost forgot about this review. But I wrote this as well, like 6 years ago. Thankfully one of my shorter pieces from back then. Still contains a lot of irrelevant background info though. Bah. Old Shah (younger Shah) is so embarrassing.
Ram Gopal Varma’s direct tribute to the man himself, Francis Ford Coppola, came with his Indianized version of THE GODFATHER, in the form of SARKAR.
With the latest Shah Rukh Khan starrer, RA. ONE coming soon, I think it’d be cool to check out a film from the same director, 6 years ago. So I present yet again, another action movie from days gone by… DUS.
Movie Review: ROBIN HOOD (2010) – Origin Story With Middle Aged CharactersMovie Review: ROBIN HOOD (2010) – Origin Story With Middle Aged Characters
Sadly, ROBIN HOOD was nowhere near that, it was barely ‘good’. Check out my Review of the origin story with old people.
I’m back with another blast from the past. (I wonder how many cliche’d phrases I can keep using to describe my old articles… hmm.) Wrote this one in 2005… the year my writing really flourished, and also happened to be the year right before the Indian Film Industry was pulled out of its slump in 2006… coincidence??
‘The Boondock Saints’ was a seminal film about vigilantism before it became a popular subject for films and TV.
NO ONE KILLED JESSICA is the story of how a girl was killed over a drink. Yes, she refused a drink to a drunken entitled club rat after hours, and was shot for it. What’s even more shocking: the film is based on the real life murder of Jessica Lall in 1999.