On a slow month for Bollywood releases, I take a look at the 3 most interesting ones releasing in November 2015, with 2 being very familiar. Read on to let me know which movie you’ll be watching this month.
With the upcoming release of ‘Hero’ a remake of an older film, I take a look at other times that Bollywood has remade it’s own films. Be sure to let me know if I missed any others.
Looking at all the Trailers for the movies releasing in July 2015 and which are worth checking out.
Trailer Talk takes a look at all the trailers for more that are kicking off the summer movie season in May 2015!
Trailer Talk takes a look at all the movies of April 2015 and provides some thoughts about each to see which is worth checking out.
‘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.
Slim pickins’ for Bollywood in March 2015 as mostly B-grade films dominate the release calendar, while one film stands out.
Trailer Talk takes a look at the most anticipated Bollywood movies of October 2014
The best Cosplayers at FanExpo 2014
Trailer for a massive ensemble cast about an book by an unknown author that inspires many in Reach Me.
Making predictions and Trailer Talking about Bollywood movies releasing on October 2013.
THE WOMAN IN BLACK is a successful venture for Daniel Radcliffe, and here’s hoping he continues the streak with more grown up roles. Read on and let me know what you think of the former Harry Potter star now.
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!
The Bollywood version of ACCEPTED comes with FALTU. Don’t ask me why I watched this movie… it was a slow day. 😐
“Haraamzaade nehin… Ishaqzaade!” Check out my preview of ISHAQZAADE, a seemingly awesome and vulgar love story born of hate and bullets!
SUCKER PUNCH is a visual and orgasmic mash up of every genre imaginable squashed into an orgy of awesome-ness. It’s SO bad… it’s good!!
Films like BREAK KE BAAD are what puts the Bollywood industry back years in terms of progress when it comes to telling good stories, love stories even…
GREEN LANTERN wasn’t just a bad super hero adaption, it was just a bad movie in general.
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.