Movie Reviews

Semih Kaplanoglu’s English-language sci-fi epic fable: Grain premiered at Sarajevo Film Festival

Berlin,August29:Grain is Turkish director Semih Kaplanoglu’s English-language debut is a dystopian sci-fi epic filmed on three continents. Seven years after completing his “Yusuf trilogy” with Bal (Honey), which won the Golden Bear in Berlin among many other prizes, Turkish writer-director Semih Kaplanoglu returns...

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Babumoshai Bandookbaaz Review: Violent drama filled with terrific dialogues

Nawazuddin Siddiqui is a terrific actor, there is no doubt about it.  But,  he never enjoys box office success as a solo lead. Babumoshai Bandookbaaz, his recent release, will things...

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Ghost House features vengeful demon menace to tourists in rural Thailand

Hollywood,August25:Rich Ragsdale’s low-budget horror film follows an unsuspecting couple’s encounter with supernatural forces in rural Thailand. Two clueless American tourists on a visit to Thailand fall victim to a vengeful...

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Unleashed is Finn Taylor’s romantic comedy about lonely young woman life with her pets

Hollywood,August24:A lonely woman’s cat and dog are transformed into hunky human men in Finn Taylor’s romantic comedy. Lonely viewers may find themselves eyeing their pets wistfully after seeing Finn Taylor’s...

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Ruben Ostlund’s The Square picked by Oscars in Foreign film category

Stockholm,August24:Claes Bang and Elisabeth Moss star in the satire set in the modern art world. Sweden has picked Ruben Ostlund’s Cannes Palme d’Or winner The Square as the country’s official contender for...

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Vivegam Movie Review

South Indian Film star Thala Ajith Kumar fans must be mighty excited to see their super hero on screen after 20 months. Yes, finally he is back.  And this time...

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Pablo Berger’s breathless eye-catching dark comedy Abracadabra about Spanish machista possessed

Hollywood,August23:Spanish maverick Pablo Berger’s follow-up to ‘Snow White’ is an out-there comedy about a Spanish machista who becomes possessed by the spirit of a serial killer. A technically impressive mix...

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Warner Bros gives Hangover filmmaker Todd Phillips ,the nod to co-write origin movie of the classic Batman villain The Joker

Hollywood,August23:The project is intended to be part of a still-developing label for Warners’ DC Entertainment properties. This is no laughing matter: Warner Bros. has tapped The Hangover filmmaker Todd Phillips to co-write...

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Carbon portrays repercussions of pollution on human life in Delhi 50 years from now

Mumbai, Aug 22: Royal Stag Barrel Select Large Short Films today presented ‘Carbon’, a short film directed by Maitreyi Bajpai and Ramiz Ilham Khan on the repercussions of pollution on...

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White Sun (Seto Surya) has been selected as Nepal’s entry for Oscars

Venice,August22:The family drama’s executive producers include Danny Glover, while the film’s honors include a win at Venice. White Sun (Seto Surya) has been selected as Nepal’s entry for the 90th Academy...

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Wu Jing’s Chinese action thriller Wolf Warrior 2 rakes up $768.5 million at local box office

Beijing,August21:Wolf Warrior 2 devoured the competition for a fourth consecutive weekend at the Chinese box office. The runaway action phenomenon, starring and directed by Wu Jing, added $35.7 million, lifting its...

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20th Century Fox Kingsman: The Golden Circle, includes solar eclipse in promo

NewYork,August19:When it comes to promoting September’s Kingsman: The Golden Circle, 20th Century Fox is aiming for the stars … or, at least, the moon. A new promo for the movie suggests...

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Ana Urushadze’s “Scary Mother” winner of 23rd Sarajevo Film Festival

Sarajevo ,August18:The 23rd Sarajevo Film Festival has wrapped with the announcement of Ana Urushadze’s “Scary Mother” as winner of the fest’s top prize, while host country Bosnia-Herzegovina has picked its entry in the race for...

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Terry Sanders Liza, Liza, Skies Are Grey is a meandering journey of school student and her boyfriend through California’s Big Sur

New York,August18:California beaches and the Pacific Coast Highway are central characters in Terry Sanders’ nostalgic feature, but even so there’s no there there. Liza, Liza, Skies Are Grey — taking its title...

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Mass Leader: Kannada Movie Review

Director: Narasimha Cast: Shivarajkumar, Vijay Raghavendra, Gururaj, Yogesh, Pranitha Subash, Prakash Belawadi, Sharmiela Mandre, Baby Parinitha, Girija Lokesh This one has got almost everything, right from corrupt politics to cross...

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Camaraderie of urban park dwellers in The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature

NewYork,August12:Will Arnett, Katherine Heigl and Maya Rudolph are joined by Jackie Chan for another chaotic animated romp in the park. “You mean, there was actually a previous Nut Job?” In response...

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