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On Second Thought: “A Mighty Heart”

The profession of journalism is a noble one. It’s a tough one, but someone has to do it. Some who pursue the truth as journalists do so from the comfort of a presumably safe office environment, while others put their lives on the line. 1,558 more words


Atul Kasbekar Gets A Surprise From His Reel Life 'Neerja' Passenger

Ace Photographer turned producer Mr Atul Kasbekar is on a high these days as his film Neerja is running successful pan India.He was recently given a surprise by his reel life passengers from film Neerja who kept a special screening of the film and gifted him a photo frame with a beautiful poem written by Madhu Chandhock. 85 more words


"13 Hours" movie review

An excellent depiction of what happened on that fearful day, but poorly shown cinematically. 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi is the latest Michael Bay film. 888 more words

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The ordinary becomes extraordinary. About Joy

Mangano family is the most bizarre mixture of people: Joy keeps her perpetually arguing ex-husband and father in the basement, helps out her careless mother whose only entertainment are soap operas, takes care of two kids and gets the strong support of her grandmother. 780 more words

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Steve Jobs (2015)

Our reviewers Maysa Moncao and Claire Durrant both downloaded themselves into their local cinemas to see Steve Jobs, the biography of the late Apple CEO starring Michael Fassbender and Kate Winslet. 904 more words


Movies in Review: "Steve Jobs"

There must be some overwhelming fascination with Steve Jobs with this man sparking 2 biographical films within 3yrs of each. I would usually ask if this was necessary, but in this case it definitely was, since the first film was just mediocre for such a brilliant and complex man. 220 more words