Director David Dobkin's "The Judge" is not just a courtroom drama. The pivot of the story is in fact an estranged father-son saga.
What happens when a heartbroken, asocial, medical school dropout meets an easy-going, young girl who has a good love life and a long distance boyfriend?
The outcome is but obvious.
Half-way through this interesting film about cable connections and online predilections, the script audaciously bumps off the most endearing character.
Many Christian faiths believe and talk about an end-time event in future, when all true believers who are still alive before the end of the world, will be taken from the earth by god into heaven.
Shakespeare lives! It was 'Hamlet' in Kashmir last week. It's 'Romeo and Juliet' in Agra this week. Wow, 'Bharat Darshan' with the Bard.
Ask anyone. It’s the hardest thing to play dead. Satish Shah did it in the cult comedy Kundan Shah’s 'Jaane Bhi Do Yaaron'.
Director John R. Leonetti's "Annabelle" comes with the baggage of its predecessor "The Conjuring". It is the back-story of "that doll" which haunted its audiences.
Here's the thing. Crime doesn't pay ... right? It's not meant to ... right? So how come it's shown to be so much fun in the movies?
Released under the Enlighten Films banner, director Sushrat Jain's piece of art, 'Beyond All Boundaries' captures the euphoria as well as the hysteria that surrounds cricket in India.
'Yaan' gives you the feeling that here's a film that was solely made to entice audiences with stunning visuals.
William Shakespeare's 'Hamlet' is a masterpiece in literature, and Vishal Bhardwaj's 'Haider' will be talked about in the same vein as one such artistic product in cinematic history.
What would you expect from a film, when the teaser itself creates sizeable excitement and becomes an instant hit? What would you look out for when the tracks from the film become a massive rage?
The problem with Telugu cinema's most family stories is that they stick to an age-old story template that has been done to death.
Very few filmmakers can turn an ordinary tale of politics, friendship and revenge into a masterpiece.
Two child actors, both performing very badly, grow up to be adult actors, one of whom turns out as a decent actor. As for the other, a crash course in basic emoting is recommended.
With stereotypical characters, 'Two Night Stand' is a twitchy tale of romance between two down and out souls seeking sexual gratification on a blind date.
It's a film that does the horror genre proud. It's original and inspite of being a horror film, there is not even one creaky door in the length and breadth of the film.
Film: "Aadama Jaichomada"; Cast: Balaji Venugopal, Karunakaran, Simhaa, Vijayalakshmi, K.S Ravi Kumar, Naren, Chetan, Radha Ravi; Director: Badri; Rating: ***
No love is greater than the love of food!
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