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Bhaag Johnny

Bhaag Johnny

Bhaag Johnny is a typical Indian thriller movie with a murder and solved through science and certain astrologically guided rituals. Yeah the typical mumbo jumbo in Bollywood. The narration starts off with a prologue where a concerned mother (Nishigandha Wad) visits an acharya, a learned man, well-versed in astrology, to …

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Bridge of Spies

Bridge of Spies

Bridge Of Spies marks Steven Spielberg’s first venture into Cold War espionage movie territory. This  sober but stirring movie is bound you keep you hooked to your seats till the very end. Co-scripted by the Coen brothers and British writer Matt Charman, it is a consummately crafted, richly layered affair, …

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Puli

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Puli, the latest release of Sridevi and Vijay starrer has been released worldwide today. A so-called fantasy film has a lot of puerile elements such as Lilliputians, talking birds, a giant tortoise and a couple of ogres, but that doesn’t make Puli a children’s film. A movie targeted at kids and …

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Jawani Phir Nahin Aani

Jawani Phir Nahin Aani

Jawani Phir Nahin Aani is one movie that you shouldn’t miss if you’re looking for some Hollywood\Bollywood wannabe comedy. The film has a star-studded cast and is shot in the exotic tourists destination that is none other than Thailand. Being the Eid’s big release sure makes it seems like the …

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Singh Is Bliing

Singh is Bliing can be categorized as cinematic trash. The plot is bland. The cast doesn't appeal us. The chemistry between the actors is just disastrous. W

Singh is Bliing can be categorized as cinematic trash. The plot is bland. The cast doesn’t appeal us. The chemistry between the actors is just disastrous. We are utterly disappointed. A blundering hero in search of a mission in life, a kickass female protagonist who packs a mean punch, a …

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Everest

Everest

Everest is a true-story survival thriller is about the a mountain climbing expedition gone wrong. The story is a brute, uncircumnavigable fact. The most impressive aspect about this film is the geographical titan, Everest. Salvatore Totino’s cinematography puts you right out there with the climbers, feeling that same sense of excitement, fear, trepidation and …

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Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials

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Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials is way better than its first part. It starts off with intense scenes, a lot of action with a more coherent story to its credit and its novice actors brilliantly bring out the overpowering element of uncertainty. The only flaw in TS Nowlin’s otherwise imaginative screenplay …

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The Walk

The Walk

The Walk starts off as an unbearably annoying movie making you regret the first half more than you regretted that onion flavored cream cheese bagel. But the movie slowly synchronizes with the watch wrothy plot and that’s where it hooks the viewers. The Walkis the story of a high-wire artist Philippe …

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The Intern

The Intern is not a love story. It's a workplace tale about a 70-year-old retiree Ben who goes to intern for the 30-something CEO of an online retail startu

The Intern is not a love story. It is a workplace tale, a tale of a 70-year-old retiree, Ben, who goes on an internship for the 30-something CEO of an online retail startup. On the other hand, CEO Jules is a burdened career woman. The founder and president of About The Fit, a …

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Manto

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Sarmad Khoosat has managed to round up tonnes of standing ovations for his acting in Manto, a biographical film of the life of writer short-story writer Saadat Hassan Manto.  The movie depicts the life of Manto who was considered one of the most controversial writers for his obscene writing. The movie starts …

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