‘Pitch Perfect’ is the perfect evolution of the typical high school cheerleader movie, but that may not necessarily be a bad thing.
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A retrospective look into the amazing movies of ‘Jurassic Park’ that left us in awe of special effects used to bring dinosaurs to life.
A restropective into the entire ‘Mad Max’ Trilogy in preparation of the new ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ releasing in June 2015.
‘Avengers: Age Of Ultron’ provides an entertaining & enjoyable film, that doesn’t however, do justice to the Cinematic Universe its set in.
‘Kill Dil’ is a fun Bollywood take on spaghetti Westerns that amuses, excites and is very enjoyable to watch.
‘Dawaat-E-Ishq’ fails in every possible way and breaks the streak of progressive romantic Yash Raj has been releasing.
‘Dhoom 3’ is a splintered movie that would’ve benefitted from not being part of a flawed franchise.
‘The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty’ is a breathtaking journey and visually stunning movie.
‘Mardaani’ may be one of the rarest examples of progression towards gender equality in Bollywood.
‘Gone Girl’ elevates the concept of a dramatic thriller, while grounding the plot in real world concepts of marriage and love.
‘Edge Of Tomorrow’ a fun Sci-Fi movie with a familiar premise, but packaged in a new and exciting manner.
Despite being a remake, ‘RoboCop’ offers a fresh take with a deeper look at the characters and their motivations.
Hercules is an enjoyable action entertainer that provides a different look to an infamous character, the subject of many films to date.
“The Lunchbox” is a simple story of respect and admiration that blossom into a relationship rarely featured in an Indian movie.
It’s an unexpected surprise to see Shah Rukh Khan mocking himself by satiting all his previous roles in Rohit Shetty’s CHENNAI EXPRESS.
A simple story about one flawed man and his attempt at looking at life in a different way is what ANKHON DEKHI is all about.
2 STATES goes beyond being a movie showing superficial conflicts in an inter-cultural relationship, and becomes a responsible love story.
KAI PO CHE is a simple story about 3 friends, set against the backgdrop of one of India’s most turbulent times, and how it affected them.