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.
Avatar truly marks the coming age of 3-D cinema with its pure technology, special effects, beautiful finesse, aesthete, shock, fearfulness and eye for detail. The idea of James Cameron to create a whole new world with creatures, flora and fauna flying across the screen is something that actually leaves the audiences in an awe of the bumping up creativity inside the computer.
If you are in a mood for some hardcore violence then Ninja Assassin should be on your list this weekend. The movie tries to follow the same old formula wherein hearts bursts out, wounds are split wide open, blood spurts out, hands are chopped and heads roll out.
Beware; the end of the world is here! Three years from now, an incalculable catastrophe is going to strike and the human civilization will be crashed down with cities crumbling and grinding in to survive in the Roland Emmrich style.
Film: Public Enemies Star Cast: Johnny Depp, Christian Bale, Marion Cotillard, Stephen Dorff, Channing Tatum, Billy Crudup, Leelee Sobieski, Giovanni Ribisi, Stephen Graham Screenplay: Michael Mann, Ronan Bennett, Ann Biderman Director: Michael Mann Public Enemies is an unspoken paramount of the successful blend of two incongruent sides of writer and director Michael Mann who is […]
Genre: Action / Adventure Cast: Tony Leung Chiu-Wai, Takeshi Action: Corey Yuen Kwai, Dion Lam Dik-On Writer: John Woo, Chen Han, Sheng Heyu Screenwriter: John Woo, Khan Chan, Kuo Zheng, Sheng Heyu Director: John Woo Producer: John Woo, Terence Chang Rating: 3/5 After directing the stylish The Killers and Face Off, John Woo puts his […]