A Prophet (Un prophete) – a French prison thriller

June 3, 2013

This French prison melodrama is one of the best I have seen in the last few years. I have had watched the popular TV series Prison Break, but A Prophet from the director Jacques Audiard is all the more engaging and thrilling in its own way. Released in 2009, the film was even nominated to the […]

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Upside Down (2012) – Love Defies Gravity

June 2, 2013

The film UPSIDE DOWN opens with these words: “The universe, so full of wonders, I can spend hours and hours looking up to the sky … so many stars … so many mysteries. And there is one very special star that makes me think of one very special person … and now let me tell […]

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Wreck-It Ralph – when toys come to life

June 1, 2013

Walt Disney’s 2012-released Wreck-It Ralph is a sweet computer-animated film that takes you for a ride inside the fantasy gaming world in a different and new perspective. Directed by Rich Moore, this presents the story about an imaginary 80s video game called “Fix It Felix Jr” and its lead bad guy character Ralph. Ralph, who […]

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Ink (2009) – A journey into our dreams

May 31, 2013

Have you ever had a dream (good or bad), woke up and wondered the rest of the night just thinking where did it actually come from? What happens to our mind when we all fall asleep at night? They say that we are half dead; rightly so, as we lose consciousness but our mind keeps […]

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Kill the Irishman (2011) – a crime world tale

May 27, 2013

Well, I never had heard of this movie named Kill the Irishman until a friend of my suggested this as a nice mobster film. I wondered how come I didn’t read about this anywhere on web since its release in 2011. Nevertheless, as I finally got to watch this, I would recommend straightway knowing the fact […]

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The Man Without a Past (Mies Vailla Meneisyytta)

May 27, 2013

Released in 2002, Aki Kaurismaki’s The Man Without a Past [MIES VAILLA MENNEISYYTTA] is an Oscar nominated foreign language (Finnish) film very popular for the director’s unique style of film-making and story-telling. It is the second in the Finland trilogy, others being the Drifting Clouds (1996) and Lights in the Dusk (2006). The film introduces a […]

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Ironclad (2011) – just a bloody swordplay

May 22, 2013

Well, I always like all kinds of historical movies especially those popular stories depicting the past, even though those are loosely based on reality and more with fictional characters. Ironclad [2011] is definitely one of those, set on the time of King John when he signed the very famous Magna Carta treaty. Directed by Jonathan English, […]

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The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel – an exotic experience

May 21, 2013

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel [released in UK 2012] follows a group of British retirees, who for different reasons decide to “outsource” their retirement to less expensive yet exotic India with a hope to get all luxury and peace in life. The film banks on the saying: “Everything will be all right in the end. So […]

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Changeling – a real life crime melodrama

May 20, 2013

Based on true-life events in 1928 Los Angeles, Changeling (released in 2008) is truly one of the very few movies based on true characters and yet successfully catches your imagination. Directed and produced by none other than Client Eastwood, this mystery-suspense-drama has been well appreciated by critics as well as moviegoers for the sheer performance […]

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Grave Encounters – adds to the revival of horror cinema

May 15, 2013

When I first got to watch Sleepy Hollow, I had no idea that it’s a horror film. Similarly, the 1963-released The Birds is all fun to watch without a ghost. For me, it is all a routine to watch horror movies with much expectation but not many have impressed me in the recent times. Today, […]

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