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Tanu Weds Manu Returns Review: Datto Wins Hearts But Tanu And Manu Are Questionable People

Written for Tehelka

Starring: Kangna Ranaut, R. Madhavan, Deepak Dobriyal, Jimmy Shergill, Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub

 Director: Anand L. Rai

 Rating: 3

Kangna Ranaut has become a name big enough to call out audience to the hall single handedly. 673 more words

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Film Review 'Ice Poison': All the right ingredients but no magic 《冰毒》影評

This film is set in and around Lashio in Northern Shan State in Myanmar, a region populated by many ethnic Chinese. Some are later immigrants, while others are remnants of the retreating Nationalist Army – posted there as guerrilla forces after the main force retreated to Taiwan. 599 more words


In Defense Of: The Godfather Part III

I know, I know! Never have I come across such hatred for a film that didn’t involve George Lucas. I’m not going to try to convince you that this installment in the Godfather Trilogy is at least as good as the previous two. 956 more words

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Film Rating System

I love films, and I love seeing them and talking about them and sharing them with others. I wanted to have a way to discuss films through a proper rating system when writing reviews, so I’m using the clock system. 121 more words

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Shrinkage: "Fantastic Voyage" (1966)

          “Fantastic Voyage”      (1966)

     Has anything given science fiction a worse reputation than the movies? Beyond the obvious necessity of conceiving original ideas to stimulate a movie audience (speaking in general non-genre specific terms), American science fiction cinema seems to be in a constant state of panic as to what might find favor with the audience, who, as evidenced by the resultant film… 459 more words


Fellini - Satyricon (1969)


As much as I hate to say it, Fellini – Satyricon is an absolute travesty. Despite all of its carnivalesque surrealism and madness and absurdity, it manages to be little more than a pointless, endlessly rotating spectacle of freaks and circus clowns. 73 more words

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Review: Collin Schiffli's 'Animals'

In a relationship consumed by overwhelming addiction and crushing abject poverty, love persists. Surrounded by apathy and indifference, our listless protagonists drift from con to con, scamming their way through life until their next euphoric hit. 622 more words

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