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Belle of the Ball

With all the movies released each year, it’s impossible to see them all. Even established critics for media sources will miss some. And much of what slips by under the radar are the dregs that deserve to be missed. 739 more words

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Cinderella in Review

Do you believe in Fairytales?

Two weekends ago I went to the cinema with my youngest niece, Samantha. I was dying to see the movie ‘Cinderella’ and I thought she might enjoy it too. 556 more words


Chaliye! Kellogg’s Wale Gupta ji ke Ghar Nasta Karne…

Kellogg’s is my best morning breakfast. Really I am a big fan of Kellogg’s cornflakes. The scientifically proven and experts says that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, for kids and adults. 488 more words

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What Makes Me "Happy"

“Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are     doing, you will be successful.” — Albert Schweitzer… 561 more words

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A Story About Optimist…

“A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.”

I still Remember, it was the year 2010, I was in hostel in Pune. 636 more words

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Suspension of Disbelief

I admit I like well-done disaster movies, though like effective or inventive horror films they are rare. The genre is the junk food of cinema – tasty at times but you have to limit your intake if you want to stay fit and healthy. 1,416 more words

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Midnight (1982) Review {by Tim Walker}

The film begins with 17 year old Nancy running away from home after her drunken lecherous stepfather, Bert, tries to assault her. Bert is very well played by the excellent and sadly missed Lawrence Tierney, who puts in a great performance here. 473 more words