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Bin Roye

bin roye movie review

Bin Roye is a soap genre movie that unfolds on an over lit drama in which performers are making googly eyes like people have their ages who are experiencing the concept of crush for the first time. Both directors, Momina Duraid and Shahzad Kashmiri, succeeded in creating their own world, …

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Fantastic Four

Fantastic Four movie poster

This Fantastic Four reboot is one of those remakes where you wish to dissolve your eyes in a bucket of acid. It goes back to the beginning, to the obsession with teleportation that the film’s main protagonist Reed Richards had even as a young child, an obsession that first bound …

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Sinister 2

Sinister 2 review

Some movies are not meant to become a franchise and Sinister 2 is one of them. The movie picks up some time after the death of the Oswalts, the local Deputy (James Ransone) is no longer a police officer and now works as a private investigator, he uses his spare time to uncover …

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All is Well

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Umesh Shukla has passed the litmus test with his second outing, All Is Well. It is a full on family entertainer that will make you laugh, entertain with chart buster music and also make you shed some tears. Indar (Abhishek Bachchan) is a musician based in Bangkok. Nimmi (Asin), a …

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brothers movie review

Bollywood has seen many films based on the theme of brothers. Be it the love between the brothers or hatred, Bollywood has done it all. This week’s release is BROTHERS, a story about two warring brothers. Will this brotherhood hit gold at the box-office or will the war of the …

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Bajrangi Bhaijaan

Bajrangi Bhaijaan poster

Whether you like it or not there is one fact of life you can’t ignore: Never judge a Salman Khan fan when he’s rooting for him for pulling off the most logic-defying stunts. And don’t even try to criticize while watching Bajrangi Bhaijaan because they will be flocking to theaters in …

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The Age of Adaline

Blake lively as adaline

29-year-old Adaline discovers she’s unable to physically age after a near-fatal car accident in the 1940s. Something to do with molecular ionization, umm okay. So, terrified of her secret being discovered by the authorities and turning her into a laboratory experiment, Adaline resolves to change her name, home town and appearance …

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Drishyam has a plot which piques our curiosity and a leading man retracting from the brink. Vijay is a ‘fourth class fail’ self-made orphan who has climbed his way up to a small cable business of his own in Goa village. He watches films with passion, often spending nights in front a …

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Mission Impossible 5: Rogue Nation


The opening sequence of MI5 with Cruise dangling on the outside of a military aircraft certainly helped setting the tone of the movie because afterwards it is just a roller coaster of jaw-dropping action sequences that had us sitting on the edge of our seats. Tom Cruise has once again proved that …

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