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Quentin Tarantino to retire after his 10th film

November 10, 2016

If you don’t love the eccentric genius of Quentin Tarantino’s red-blooded genre epics, you’re not a big time movie buff. This is indeed true as the Pulp Fiction director has created a style of his own that will be taken as an artistic piece of study for next generation of filmmakers. Sadly, as per various […]

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The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia

October 15, 2014

Released in early 2013 through video on demand (VOD), The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia is based on a true story of a family living in Georgia. The movie continues the horror scenes with frightening paranormal experience, but nowhere close to the story of the first supernatural thriller of the same franchise released in […]

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August Rush (2007) – a mystical, musical tale

September 13, 2013

For quite some days I was trying to write on a film but somehow could not find myself hooked into anything. Finally, I picked one but then preferred to watch it again on DVD before putting my thoughts about August Rush a drama film (not much romance though) with enough sugar content to even make […]

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DEAR JOHN (2010) – Another romantic tale of Sparks

August 21, 2013

Well, I have had read the book so never find myself inclined to watch the movie, as most of time when I know the story it doesn’t excite me much to watch its film version. This is probably, as I often become too critical after watching the movie comparing it with the narration in the book. Well, […]

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Powder Blue (2009) – an ensemble drama

August 12, 2013

Well, most of time I just go by my instinct to watch a movie without going by reviews, its storyline or star cast. Same way, I just bumped into the DVD of Powder Blue with an ensemble cast including the likes of Ray Liotta, Forest Whitaker and Jessica Biel. Written and directed by Timothy Linh Bui, […]

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Invictus (2009) – how a sport unites a nation

August 11, 2013

Invictus is a film with great character, history, emotion, drama and most importantly a film that is inspirational and overwhelming. To watch one of the greatest men of human history Nelson Mandela and his belief in uniting a country that has been long infested with apartheid is surreal. Client Eastwood directed and produced Invictus is an […]

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The Tunnel (2011) – Less scary but more engaging

August 8, 2013

Have you heard about the 135K Project? Well, it’s an alternative film financing model. It is the frame-selling, crowd-funding free internet movie release model behind the smash hit The Tunnel. Overall, the movie The Tunnel is a good experience for a low budget and fan-funded horror project. What’s interesting about the film is that it very […]

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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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Remember Me (2010)

July 6, 2013

Frankly, I don’t know where to start; this movie was not what I expected. REMEMBER ME is so original in treatment that even though it seems a film about love and romance, it takes you more towards an emotional drama with a surprisingly rich story. This is a heavy romantic drama and at the same […]

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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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