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Omerta

Omerta Ever since the sparkling Shahid, a Hansal Mehta film has always been a “look forward to” event for me every year. Mehta has not disappointed me until last year’s Simran, which to me was a strictly average outing for someone who has…

Padman

I have a friend who is as modern a girl as any of this time and era can be. During a visit to her house, I requested her for a glass of the sumptuous drink that she makes and which I desperately crave for during summers. But on that day, my…

Vodka Diaries

The Vodka Diaries trailer intrigued me. Kay Kay Menon has starred in atleast 2 very good thrillers in the past (Rahasya and The Stoneman Murders) that I loved. I was hoping that Vodka Diaries would tread a similar path but it turned out to…

Mukkabaaz

Mukkabaaz chronicles the journey of Shravan Singh (Vineet Kumar Singh), a passionate Boxer from Bareilly who unwittingly gets into a scuffle with the local don Bhagwan Das Mishra (Jimmy Shergill) who also controls the Boxing selections of…

Amazon Obhijaan

Amazon Obhijaan is a film that is as ripe with possibilities as it is bogged down by some lackluster execution. I was really excited about this film and having seen it today, I know for sure that lost in that runtime of 2 hours and 20…

Atomic Blonde

Atomic Blonde stars Charlize Theron as a lethal yet seductive secret agent, Lorraine, who is sent to Berlin to retrieve a file containing the names of every clandestine operative working in Berlin and Russia. She arrives in the city at a…

Star Wars The Last Jedi

Star Wars The Last Jedi is the 8th Installment in The Star Wars Saga and follows the exploits of a bunch of character who are all in some way or the other associated with a rebel army that is trying to overthrow an oppressive regime known…

Geostorm

Geostorm has been bombarded with negative reviews by critics and viewers alike and I was very apprehensive going into this film. But it turned out to be quite an enjoyable fare. The film tells the story of a satellite system called “Dutch…

Coco

It’s irrelevant to speak about the animation quality of Pixar. We know every Pixar film is meticulously animated and they have over the years bordered on turning the animated visuals so life like that we mistake them for the real things.…

Murder On The Orient Express

My favorite film critic of all times, the dear late Roger Ebert once eloquently put that he was envious of everyone who haven’t seen the greats like “Citizen Kane”, “Casablanca” or for that matter “The Pledge” as he felt that they still had…

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