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Ocean’s Trilogy – An Entertaining, Witty, and Fun Series

This is a post on the Steven Soderbergh-directed Ocean’s Trilogy that consists of Ocean’s Eleven (2001) followed by its sequels Ocean’s Twelve (2004) and Ocean’s Thirteen (2007). All these three films are known and appreciated for their slick and cool style with fast-paced narration and enough entertainment with comedy to put those into the league of the finest heist films. Nevertheless, since the […]

August Rush (2007) – A Mystical, Musical Tale

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

Dhoom 3 – Teaser and more

Aamir Khan and Abhishek Bachchan starrer Dhoom 3, which is slated to release on December 20, 2013, on the occasion of Diwali, is probably going to be the highest grosser of this year. Although Shahrukh Khan’s Chennai Express has so far broken all box office records with over Rs. 200 crores of business, Dhoom 3 […]

Krrish 3 – trailer and teaser

The much-awaited Hrithik Roshan starrer Krrish 3 is doing rounds with its online trailer and teaser. Set to be released on November 4, this is one of the highly anticipated movies of this year along with the Aamir Khan starrer Dhoom 3 (to be released on the same month). With its official trailer already released […]

Beautiful Boy (2010): A Boy, His Horrific Crime, and His Devastated Parents

“Beautiful Boy,” directed by Shawn Ku, pictures the ordeal of parents after their young son’s death and moreover their son who committed a mass shooting at his university campus before killing himself. While as of now, there are quite a few films on the school shooting and such kinds of rampages, this one is more […]

‘The Others’ (2001) – A Unique Spooky Horror Tale

Spanish director Alejandro Amenabar brings this psychological/supernatural horror film THE OTHERS which is an art piece with excellent narration. What you should expect here is not just another haunted-house tale where the living meets the dead with all creepiness; rather it is the other way around. Set in post-WW II England, the movie tells the […]

Bedroom (2012) – An Urban Bengali Drama

In the vast number of regional films produced in India, mostly commercial, there are very few movies that can catch viewers’ attention outside any specific region. Director Mainak Bhaumik’s Bengali drama “Bedroom” is one of those few exceptions that have stood out with exceptional content and universal appeal with characters that represent urban Indians and […]

The Place Beyond the Pines (2012) – With an Extremely Emotional and Powerful Story

Starring Ryan Gosling, Bradley Cooper, Eva Mendes, and Ray Liotta, director Derek Cianfrance’s crime drama “THE PLACE BEYOND THE PINES” is an amazing movie from story to performance and direction. Yes, it’s yet another good film from the director’s last success “Blue Valentine” (2010) – an interesting family drama.   If I’ll have to sum […]

DEAR JOHN (2010) – Another Romantic Tale of Sparks

I have had read the book so never find myself inclined to watch the movie, as most of the 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, […]

‘Abduction’ (2011) – Doesn’t Thrill You Much

This John Singleton-directed action thriller Abduction is not the one that will keep you on edge till the last moment. And even if it does a bit, it still lacks the frame with a comically over-simplified backstory. I wonder what the director of Boyz N the Hood is trying to do with such an ensemble of reliable actors. As […]

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