Category: Movie Review

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Following — Nolan’s Neo-Noir Debut

 Films with plot twists are always a pleasure to watch. They keep engaging our gray matter to find the key for the closed doors, behind which lies the answers. Scene after scene they set us...






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Gravity (2013) – A Gripping Drama of Redemption

    Tales set in space aren’t new to us. Every space movie that we’ve ever experienced, except a dew, have dealt with adventures in space which were exaggerated dramas, where in the basic physics...






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A Wallflower’s Childhood Trauma

Most of the coming-of-age tales show much interest in covering the fancies of the teenagers and attempt feebly on exploring the sensibilities of those fragile periods of human life. And Hollywood is at its best...






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World War Z (2013) – The Movie

The etymology of the word ‘zombie’ takes us to the word ‘nzumbe’ of the Kimbundu language spoken by the natives of Angola. The zombie phenomenon though existing from the 30s in the mainstream, it is...






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Escape Plan — Predictable but Entertaining

Arnold and Sylvester Stallone had parallel block-buster careers and saw themselves as action rivals. Arnold’s cameos in Stallone’s musclemen ensemble, “The Expendables” were just a starter. Now, they are back for a full-course in Mikael...






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Wolf and Lamb (Tamil, 2013)

When a film maker, who loves to experiment, produces a film under his own banner, one might probably expect less. If he happens to play the pivotal role in the film as well, you might...