Movie Reviews

Read movie reviews of some of the latest films. You can find both critical comments as well as audience reviews on several movies.


Identical (2011) – they are identical only in looks

June 30, 2013

“Identical twin brothers–one is good, and the other is evil. They need each other to exist, but each harbors deep resentments which threaten to destroy their bond. Both fall for the same woman, resulting in a passionate love triangle. Long-held secrets are finally and inevitably revealed, ultimately leading to murder.” Inspired by true events (although […]

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Mama (2013) – only for intense horror movie buffs

June 30, 2013

If you are fond of horror movies with the kind of original Exorcist, Mama, directed by Andres Muschietti, is the finest one in recent times. It tells about the story of two little girls abandoned in a forest and the pained soul of a mother who is still searching for her infant murdered sometime earlier. […]

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Pathology (2008) – A Deadly Game

June 29, 2013

If you have ever liked movies like Crank, Hostel and Saw, PATHOLOGY is yet another addition to meet your taste with full of blood and flesh. Directed by Marc Scholermann, Pathology is a medical thriller which most medical school students may find it easy to watch but not for average audience. This is no way […]

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A Good Year (2006)

June 25, 2013

Before the release of A GOOD YEAR in 2006, Hollywood’s noted filmmaker Ridley Scott was mostly known for his action flicks including Alien (1979), Blade Runner (1982), Gladiator (2000), Black Hawk Down (2001), Kingdom of Heaven (2005) and some other. However, A Good Year was totally a surprise as it was of a different genre, a […]

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A River Runs Through It (1992) – The Story of a Family

June 22, 2013

Many times I stumble upon movies that make me philosophical about life, family and our loved ones. A RIVER RUNS THROUGH IT is based on the writer Norman Maclean’s autobiographical story of growing up in Montana and tells us about a Presbyterian minister father and his two sons: one studious and the other rebellious. Norman […]

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Field of Dreams (1989) – A tribute to dreamers

June 20, 2013

We all have some unfulfilled wishes, dreams or regrets that we carry even if we die and those, as most of us believe, are fulfilled by God in a place called Heaven. We all have heard about heaven and hell, but in the end it’s heaven where we live. Directed by Phil Alden Robinson, FIELD OF […]

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The Invention of Lying (2009)

June 19, 2013

   The story in the The Invention of Lying you will about to see takes place in a world where the human race has never evolved the ability to tell a lie. In this world, people have everything as normal like jobs, cars, houses and families, but everyone tells the absolute truth. There is no such […]

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Last Train Home (2009) – A terrific Chinese documentary

June 18, 2013

There are over 130 million migrant workers in China. They go home only once a year, during Chinese New Year, in spring. This is the world’s largest human migration. Keeping the said fact as the subject of this documentary, Chinese-Canadian filmmaker Lixin Fan with LAST TRAIN HOME captures an epic spectacle of human migration which […]

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Diary of a Nymphomaniac (2008)

June 18, 2013

Diary of a Nymphomaniac – I’m a promiscuous woman, yes, because I want to use sex as a means to find what everyone is looking for. Recognition, pleasure, self-esteem and, in short, love and affection. What’s pathological about that? If you want to give me a name, go on. I don’t mind. But you must […]

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The Ghost Writer (2010) – a gripping political thriller

June 17, 2013

Roman Polanski’s The Ghost Writer is a one of the finest political thrillers that is set on the background of international politics and war crimes. The film is about a ghost writer who happens to write the biography of a famous public figure, one of former British prime minister, but ends up discovering some secrets that […]

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