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Running time: 125 mins
Bridesmaids by PAUL FEIG director of Knocked Up, is a fine example of the romantic comedy genre. Produced by Judd Apatow, who, once again, doesn’t fail to …
Running Time: 102 mins.
The sequel to The Hangover directed by Todd Phillips is another excuse for the boys to move their infantile pranks to a seedier location, possibly in a bid to explore how far …
Running Time: 106 mins.
This is a magical film by WIM WENDERS, lovingly conceived and shot as an open love letter to the late choreographer PINA BAUSCH.
The Adjustment Bureau directed by George Nolfi, is another short story made into film taken from the rich vein of Phillip K. Dick’s back catalogue. After Blade Runner, Total Recall and Minority Report, one might have expected something equally exciting….
A stunning directorial debut by David Michod, with superb casting by KIRSTY McGREGOR. The film opens with Joshua “J” Cody (JAMES FRECHEVILLE) being unable to draw his attention away from a TV game show whilst his mother lies dying from an overdose…
A long awaited movie directed by Anurag Basu, Kites boosts up a love story crossing up the linguistic barriers along with hosting a blend of Indian curry spiced up with some Mexican nachos. A romantic anecdote between an Indian and Mexican, Kites is just worth a one time watch, only if you do not expect your popcorn to remain crispy, crusty and crunchy throughout the movie.
A more of a leer and simpler kind of drama by Ashwini Dhir, Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge is quite different from all the frenzied laugh acts that have been trying to make its audiences laugh recently in Bollywood. The movie does not even try to convince you that life is full of smiles and laughter, where as it just goes on creating condition where in you feel the warmth and smile off with a known eccentricity of the decipherable situations.
In a mood for watching some mature romance with some tangy yet sweet and touching taste, then It’s Complicated should be there on your list. Directed by Nancy Meyers, the movie is all about love, marriage, divorce and everything in between all of this. The director has tried to transform a divorced couple into a romantic couple, signifying a faith in love persevering even after the marriage dies off.
Have you ever received a call from yourself? Is it possible? Actually this concept impulsively generates the curiosity in the film. Karthik Calling Karthik is a decent creation but unfortunately with an unconvincing conclusion. There are a lot of theories going about round and round inside the movie but on the whole the movie turns out to be unpersuasive.
An immensely topical film based on the novel by Walter Krin and directed by Jason Reitman, Up In The Air is rooted completely in today’s corporate culture, ethics of modern living, independence and success along with an envelope of self ostracism. With all the white-collared bewilderment moving in and out of the film, the movie is something about todays continuous, the people who appear to be heartless souls giving out the fearful firing sheets and the ones who jump off the bridges after getting the sheets.