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Movie Review

  • Game

    Making a whodunnit is not everyone’s cup of tea. It takes skill and ingenuity to keep the audience both guessing and on the edge of their seat.
  • Monica

    Thought-provoking films are not easy to make. Monica belongs to the genre where a narrator tells a tale that makes the audience sit up and think.
  • Happy Husbands

    Happy Husbands is about four married men in search of some ‘fun’ outside their boring married lives.
  • Yeh Faasley

    An A-list star cast always adds value to a film but the touchstone of a successful movie is its script. The hero of Yeh Faasley IS the script, not the leading guy or gal.
  • Tanu Weds Manu

    Right from the word ‘GO’ till the theatrical promos of the film, Tanu Weds Manu has been in news.
  • Satrangee Parachute

    When one makes a children’s film, especially an adventure, you expect it to be entertaining, enjoyable, educative, and full of pranks and innocence. But Satrangee Parachute has none of the above.
  • The Fighter

    When you walk in to watch The Fighter, you sit with a few preconceived notions that since it is a film about boxing it might be somewhat similar to Sylvester Stallone’s successful Hollywood franchisee
  • 7 Khoon Maaf

    Movies are nothing but the creation of a man who transports the spectator to another world, where the spectator believes in his creative experience.
  • Kaccha Limboo

    Very few filmmakers attempt children’s films because it’s a huge challenge.
  • Masti Express

    This is an interesting tale, as far as the basic premise of the film is concerned.
  • I Am Number Four

    This is the story of a group of nine earth-bound aliens who escape their planet just before it is annihilated by a rival species.
  • Patiala House

    Romantic films are Nikhil Advani’s forte, a strength he proved with his debut film Kal Ho Naa Ho.