Category Archives: Movies

Irada.

Two of my favourite actors, Naseeruddin Shah and Arshad Warsi act in Irada and that was the sole reason for my deciding to see it. I am glad that I did. It is not anything like the other films where … Continue reading

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Moonlight.

I was persuaded to watch Moonlight by a post that Anna has written reviewing it. Like in her post, the climate here too has changed to an unusually warm late February and it was nice to be in an air-conditioned … Continue reading

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Sicario.

A friend aware that I like to watch unusual movies, loaned me a DVD of Sicario. To call it an unusual movie is an understatement. It is so unusual that it makes it difficult to believe that such things can … Continue reading

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Jolly LLB 2.

I had decided to see Jolly LLB 2 after seeing a trailer in one of the film shows that I had seen earlier. Although it did not come up to my expectations, it is still a film worth seeing if … Continue reading

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Kaabil. (Capable)

The last of the three Hindi films that I had wanted to see in January but could see only earlier today turned out to be worth every minute of the 2 hrs and 20 minutes plus the time for ads, … Continue reading

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Raees.

I am not a fan of Shah Rukh Khan but having seen the trailer of Raees, and reading good reviews of ┬áit, I went to see it yesterday. I had another reason for wanting to see the film and that … Continue reading

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Debbie Reynolds – RIP.

NO SHE IS NOT.

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Dangal. (Wrestling Competition)

I spent forty minutes, commuting up and down to the cinema theater, another thirty minutes, parking, walking up to the multiplex in the mall, twenty minutes of advertisement films and finally two hours and forty minutes watching the story being … Continue reading

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Collateral Beauty.

I confess that I can not stay away from a movie with Will Smith in it. Throw in Kate Winslet and Helen Mirren and wild horses won’t be able to keep me away from one if it came my way. … Continue reading

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Dear Zindagi.

Some friends had highly praised Alia Bhatt‘s performance in this film and despite not being a great fan of Shah Rukh Khan, I accompanied a friend to watch it before it got taken away from the screens. I was impressed … Continue reading

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