Tag Archives: Trailer

Rowdy Rathore

Review :- In case I get a spelling wrong, that’s because my ears are still ringing with all the seetis and taalis at Rowdy Rathore. The film’s an unabashed, gunpowder-hot, sambar-spiced star-vehicle which runs along energetically most of the time because its star – Akshay Kumar, essaying a double role as Rathore and Shiva – is worth it, something that’s ...

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Rakhtbeej

Review :- Ok, let’s get this straight – Rakhtbeej is a film you laugh at, not with, the kinda movie you could see with pals, popcorn and a cushion to pop behind when someone’s ear gets slashed or arms crushed. Gruesomeness aside, the film’s full of howlers. Remember those movies where everyone said ‘daynce’ and ‘chaynce’, where the hero’s lipstick ...

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MLA-An Inside Intruder

Review :- A few minutes into the movie and you realise there is ample scope to generate a something (burning issues of utmost importance) out of nothing (a cast and movie pretty unheard of). There’s a lecture on farmer suicides and employment scope. There is also an uprising — of the locals against corrupt politicos and policemen – where change ...

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Love Recipe

Review :- If you are a DJ (like DJ Rahul Kher) who wants to win over your future father-in-law, here is the (filmmaker’s) recipe of love for you… Take a wannabe DJ who thinks ‘yo’ is the way of life. Then mix it with his passion for Tia. Spice it up with an over-protective dad who wants his daughter to ...

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Department

Movie Review :- Like other Ram Gopal Varma (RGV) films, Department has an idea – a force to finish the underworld by stepping over the law’s boundaries. But like other RGV flicks, this one also blasts itself out of the water, leaving you savouring jarring camerawork, flimsy acting and over-the-top violence. Inspector Mahadev Bhosle (Dutt) creates Mumbai’s department to battle, ...

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Dangerous Ishhq

Movie Review :- Meow! This one’s a cat stuck in a time warp – with all its lives, love and many masters. The jarring screech in this story though, is still a fur-ball coughed up from the early 90s. ‘Dangerous Ishhq’ is about as dangerous as Animal Planet – watched through 3D glasses (help!) from the safety of a living ...

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Ishaqzaade

Review :- It’s the war of the roses. And it’s as (t)horny as it can get. Splattered with bandooks and badmaashi, goondas and gaalis – starts this ajab prem kahani. Firebrands Parma (Arjun Kapoor) and Zoya (Parineeti Chopra) are childhood hate-mates, born into politically warring families who’ve avowed to hate unto death. So, in the rustic and earthy brown landscape ...

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The Forest

Review :- With shots of sheep’s heads, half-eaten babies and a gnawed-through guard, The Forest is not for the faint-hearted. But it is for those who like their cinema taut, tight and occasionally terrifying. Radha (Sen) and Pritam (Vikal) rent a forest bungalow to untangle their troubled marriage. If the socialite couple was counting on privacy, they can forget it ...

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Jannat-2

Review :- ‘Guns for a cause – Nothing illegal about it!’ That is gun dealer Sonu Dilli’s ( Emraan Hashmi) theory – If everyone in the world owned a gun, there’d be no war, only peace. He’s as easy with his guns as with his gaalis, and like a self-proclaimed KKC (kutti, kameeni cheez), ‘humps’ a woman, ridiculously to the ...

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Safe

Review :- It’s a Jason Statham movie where the actor is once again seen paving his way to victory while sorting the good from the bad. So no prizes for guessing what lies in store: gun firing in loads and fist fights in aplenty. Add to that some Statham-ism and there’s no looking back. Now, how many actors do we ...

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