The Secret in Their Eyes (2009) – A Slick Thriller

August 6, 2013

An Oscar winning or a Roger Ebert-certified movie always promises a nice time. Yes, after a busy yet boring day, got to watch this incredible piece of storytelling The Secret in Their Eyes (El Secreto de Sus Ojos). This Spanish language Argentinian thriller is a must watch for its presentation of the subtle thin line […]

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Iron Man 3 (2013)

July 30, 2013

“I’m Tony Stark, I build stuff, I have got a great girl and occasionally I save the world …. I’m not afraid, no politics here, just good old fashioned revenge.” Yes, the third installment of the Iron Man franchise is not to save the world but his personal life when it got destroyed by his […]

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Killing Season (2013)

July 22, 2013

Killing Season follows a retired American soldier Benjamin Ford (De Niro) who is now living in isolation in a cabin inside the remote smoky Appalachian Mountains, while struggling to forget the horrific scenes he had experienced during the Bosnian War he fought in.  One evening he meets a former Bosnian solider Emil Kovac (John Travolta) […]

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Django Unchained The Film

Django Unchained (2012) – A Quentin Tarantino Film

July 20, 2013

This movie Django Unchained is a part epic, part love, part friendship but more about the love towards mankind – on the most talked about and probably one of the darkest pieces of American history “slavery,” particularly the moral decay of South in the pre-civil war period. But most importantly, when we talk about filmmaking, it’s […]

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Enemy at the Gates (2001)

July 18, 2013

Jean-Jacques Annaud’s Enemy at the Gates is a spectacular war movie that recounts the 1942-43 (World War II) Battle of Stalingrad. The movie depicts a fact-based account of one of 20th century war in which the might of Hitler’s army was finally defeated by Russians in Stalingrad – the city in the European part of Russia on the Volga. […]

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Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (2013) – Truly Inspirational

July 16, 2013

The day I first watched the trailer of Bhaag Milkha Bhaag, the first thing I wanted to do in my imagination is to replace Farhan Akhtar from the lead but did not find the right choice. And as I watched the movie in theatre and witnessed his fabulous performance, I became sure that no one, […]

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Nothing Personal (2009)

July 15, 2013

Nothing Personal follows a young and rebellious woman (Lotte Verbeek) who leaves her previous life behind, when she looks on those people snatching up the personal belongings and pieces of furniture which she had put on the pavement. The moment she takes the ring off her finger, gives you the impression that she was in a […]

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Ghanchakkar (2013)

July 14, 2013

Ghanchakkar is a unique suspense film mixed with witty comedy that may or may not drive you to that zone of comic thriller. With a good cast which includes Emraan Hashmi, Vidya Balan, Rajesh Sharma, director Rajkumar Gupta tried to bring some lighter moments but somehow failed to make it an edgier and funnier movie. […]

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The Odessa File (1974)

July 11, 2013

Based on Frederick Forsyth’s novel with the same name, THE ODESSA FILE is a classic suspense, mystery drama set in Hamburg in the winter of 1963. The film tells the story of a German reporter who is investigating the missing Nazi war criminals, who had committed serious crimes over the Jewish population, and now placed […]

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The Third Man (1949) – A classic suspense drama

July 9, 2013

Many believe this as the best post-World War II British film noir and regarded as one of the best movies of all time. Ever since its release, “THE THIRD MAN” has only garnered positive reviews from critics and has been considered as one of the finest reference points for film noir filmmaking. Directed by Carol […]

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