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Mortdecai Review

Mortdecai

Reviewed By:Nupur Barua Views :155 Ratings:1 Tolerable

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Author Kyril Bonfiglioli’s Mortdecai and Jock have often been compared, favourably, with P.G. Wodehouse’s Wooster and Jeeves. Both sets of characters belong to a surreal English world, in which the manservant is the brawn and the brain, and the lord mas...

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Dolly Ki Doli Review

Dolly Ki Doli

Reviewed By:Nupur Barua Views :1220 Ratings:3 Tolerable

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An Indian romantic comedy is always welcome, even when it has the dubious distinction of mocking love and relationships, like Dolly Ki Doli does. What is important is that the director has based his film on recent occurrences in Indian society – con women mar...

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Baby Review

Baby

Reviewed By:Nupur Barua Views :57 Ratings:4 Worthwhile

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The man in charge of the secret operation team that this movie revolves around has a quotable quote, when he refers to his officers, that goes somewhat like this – these officers want to live for their country (as opposed to dying), so that they can die for i...

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Dolly Ki Doli Review

It is a laugh riot

Reviewed By:Abhishek Bhardwaj Views :93 Ratings:3 One time watch

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The movie with lesser expectations do well as they do not come with excessive baggage of the stardom of its star cast. Dolly Ki Doli falls in the category of Oye Lucky, Khosla ka Ghosla and Fukrey, the movie hard sells itself through its novelty and interesting cha...

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Baby Review

A First-Rate Action-Thriller

Reviewed By:Deepti Kanojia Views :744 Ratings:4 Watchable

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Rarely does come across a well-researched Bollywood movie that has done its home work so well that it translates into a thrilling watch on-screen. Baby is riveting from the word ‘go’. Neeraj Pandey, one of the finest directors of our times, ta...

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Baby Review

Men without uniforms

Reviewed By:Abhishek Bhardwaj Views :94 Ratings:4 Must watch

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After Ek Tha Tiger, another Indian movie focusses on the unsung heroes who are assigned the task of protecting the nation without any recognition. Baby is racy and remains relevant in the current challenges that security and intelligence officials face continuously...

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I Review

I is a Revenge Story

Reviewed By:Abhishek Bhardwaj Views :659 Ratings:1 One time watch

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Revenge is best served cold goes the famous saying, I is primarily a revenge story built around a romantic story. A person who loses all that he has is looking out to redeem himself and to settle score with all those who wronged him.  Lingesan aka Lee (Vi...

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Sharafat Gayi Tel Lene Review

Impresses with its twists but lacks pace

Reviewed By:Abhishek Bhardwaj Views :114 Ratings:2 Average

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We always complain that our thrillers borrow too much from Hollywood and lack anything that can be remotely called an original story. Sharafat Gayi Tel Lene does come up with an original storyline but it is the execution where the movie falters. As a result, the mo...

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Crazy Cukkad Family Review

Runs out of steam too soon

Reviewed By:Abhishek Bhardwaj Views :43 Ratings:2 Timepass

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Comedies especially the small-budget ones work well, if and only if their stories and storytelling are novel. Khosla ka Ghosla is a classic example and more recently Ekkees Toppon ki Salaami are prime examples of the fact, alas! Crazy Cukkad Family is not one to be...

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Alone Review

Just another run-of-the-mill horror film

Reviewed By:Deepti Kanojia Views :13295 Ratings:5 One Time Watch

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Alone is a movie that does not offer much novelty apart from the fact that it is a story about conjoined twins. But even that wears off and what we are left with, is a staid plot with clichéd horror sequences. Story of Alone Sanjana and Anjana are co...

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Bubble Gum Review

Slice of Life

Reviewed By:Abhishek Bhardwaj Views :39 Ratings:1 Must watch

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Once in while, you come across movies that do not create much noise but deliver their message delightfully. Bubblegum, is one such movie that you would not notice, owing to lack of any star presence, but once you know the content you would fall in love with it. A s...

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Alone Review

Leave It Alone

Reviewed By:Abhishek Bhardwaj Views :263 Ratings:5 Disappointing

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Once again our filmmakers have lets the horror movie fans down by making a movie which is not scary enough. In this age where cross-continental cinemas are just a click away, one just can't expect a movie like Alone to find company. The movie disappoints you wi...

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Tevar Review

As Banal as It Gets

Reviewed By:Deepti Kanojia Views :188 Ratings:6 One-Time Watch

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While the year 2014 ended on a fantastic note with a movie like PK, the first release of 2015 is a grating watch. Tevar is banal and clichéd as it can be. Director Amit Ravindernath debuts in this remake of Telugu movie ‘Okkadu’ (which starred Ma...

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Taken 3 Review

Taken 3

Reviewed By:Nupur Barua Views :487 Ratings:1 Tolerable

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One cannot drag out a franchise forever, especially when the first couple of instalments have become the butt of jokes. Then again, to look at it from the producers’ point of view – why not? A franchise promises reliability, predictability, negligible u...

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Tevar Review

Tevar

Reviewed By:Nupur Barua Views :21088 Ratings:6 Tolerable

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Who’s tired of all that machismo on the silver screen? Certainly not Indian filmmakers, and definitely not Bollywood. A remake of the 2003 Telugu film, Okkadu, the newly released Tevar is about a macho young man with a heart of gold, who rubs the Home Ministe...

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Tevar Review

Arjun's Angry Young Man Act

Reviewed By:Abhishek Bhardwaj Views :1765 Ratings:6 Average

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Masala movies are short of ideas, thus, they depend more on style than content. The lack of imagination is such that even talented actors are made play mere caricatures. Tevar is yet another addition in the long list of South Indian remakes and like all the earlier...

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Tevar Review

The Old Wine Served with Love and Action

Reviewed By:megh sidhu Views :430 Ratings:6 Watch it for Manoj Bajpayee

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Boney Kapoor’s ‘Tevar’ which is a remake of Telugu hit film Okkadu, reveals the reality of how politicians have taken over the life’s of people. However, the concept was revealed in many Bollywood flicks which showed the high reputation and ...

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Mumbai Can Dance Saalaa Review

Where is the story? We kept Wondering about Everything in the Movie

Reviewed By:megh sidhu Views :217 Ratings:4 Strictly Avoid

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Bollywood has brought so many real stories till date over the big screen which have revealed the shaded parts too. Looking into the past we saw many real stories including shootouts, to all the underworld stories of Mumbai. Not limited to Mumbai, Bollywood played s...

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Take It Easy Review

Good premise spoilt by preachiness

Reviewed By:Abhishek Bhardwaj Views :92 Ratings:2 Below average

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A message no matter how good, unique and well intentioned will not drive home the message if it is told in a poor manner. Take It Easy takes up the issue of parental pressure and how it affects the kids of today. While the premise looks good, the storytelling is no...

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Mumbai Can Dance Saalaa Review

Tacky

Reviewed By:Abhishek Bhardwaj Views :170 Ratings:4 Avoid it

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Mumbai Can Dance  Saala is yet another addition to the numerous movies that we churn out every year, none of which makes sense. Though based on a real life characters movie lacks any substance whatsoever. It is further drowned under the shoddy work done in all...

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