Month: November 2014

Movie Trailers: ‘Jurassic World’ and ‘Pan’

I couldn’t resist but to share the trailers of two of the finest upcoming movies (I presume): the sci-fi adventure Jurassic World and the fantasy adventure Pan. After watching the trailers, I can only say that we are yet again going to experience the magic of cinema with some exceptional visuals and storytelling. So, let’s have a look at the […]

Stallone To Return As Rocky In ‘Creed’

For all the fans of Rocky which has been one of the most talked-about movies in the last three decades, here is good news that Sylvester Stallone is returning as Rocky for a film named Creed to be directed by Ryan Coogler (Fruitvale Station) with Michael B. Jordan in the lead. The new film Creed, which is a spin-off to the popular […]

Convict (2014) – An Australian Prison Drama

Australian prison drama Convict shows corruption and cruelty inside the prison that is very much prevalent in every prison around the world. Many times as viewers, the tough life of prison attracts our attention with curiosity to know more about the complex reality behind the prisons. Well, most of us have watched one of the finest prison […]

The Babadook (2014): Brings Horror Out of a Given Situation in a Simple Plot

After watching The Babadook, I can easily say that there are still actors who can take a simple story to a different level with their exceptional performances. Jennifer Kent’s psychological horror tale The Babadook may not be the conventional horror film you would like to watch as a big-time horror movie buff, but the idea […]

Cinderella (2015): Movie Trailer

The wondrous fairytale classic Cinderella is out again on the big screen. Disney’s new film set to be released next March seems promising with an interesting cast and visuals. This beloved tale is recreated by director Kenneth Branagh with the likes of Academy Award-winning actress Cate Blanchett, who plays the evil stepmother of the title […]

Nowhere Safe (2014) – Movie Review

The new family drama Nowhere Safe is a film for all those young students in schools or colleges who are very much aware of cyberbullying. This is a low-budget film with an important message to our youth and society on the grief and sorrow cyber-bullying may cause to one’s life, and hence with a moral […]

Secret Window (2004) – An Adaptation of Stephen King’s Novella

An adaptation of Stephen King’s novella of the same name, the Johnny Depp starrer Secret Window is an average thriller in a predictable sequence of events. While the acting of Depp with his very eccentricities drives the story forward and actually makes you watch the whole film, there are certainly a few plot holes that […]

The Hundred-Foot Journey: Movie Review

The Hundred-Foot Journey (2014) is a tale of an Indian family that immigrates to France and runs a restaurant next to a Michelin-starred French eatery. Straight on your plate, this is a foodie film. Lasse Hallstrom’s The Hundred-Foot Journey brings two cultures to war with their culinary best. Starring two of the finest actors of […]

‘The Purge: Anarchy’ (Movie Review)

The Purge: Anarchy is the sequel to last year’s horror flick The Purge. The new film is a little better with a slight deviation from the original outline, in terms of narratives. In the first part of the series, the Purge was all about middle and upper-class citizens either hiding or purging on the street. […]

The Purge (2013) – Film Review

Written and directed by James DeMonaco, The Purge depicts a near future (2022) America where the new founding fathers have implemented a new system in place – an Annual Purge. According to the new social and government-sanctioned system, the Annual Purge is the day when everyone is free to commit any crime during a 12-hour lockdown (7 […]

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