Secret of the Tomb" as the last Hollywood film to be released in 2014, the year ends with a whimper.
Based on Herge’s popular comic book hero Tintin, the film starts with the first book where ‘boy’ reporter Tintin sets on the high seas to unearth a mystery of a ship called ‘The Unicorn’.
The new Spider-man gets his own charms and has a cutesy girlfriend for company. And yes, he still has got IT.
She is not size zero. He doesn’t have a six pack. But Boman Irani–Farah Khan definitely make for an adorable filmi jodi in their new film ‘Shirin Farhad Ki Toh Nikal Padi’.
The world loves Emraan Hashmi. In spite of his ordinary looks, mediocre acting talent and lack of any quintessential Hindi film hero’s charisma, Hashmi is relatable and Hashmi’s films, time and again, have hit the bull’s eye.
Put your hands together and applaud as hard as you can. Pale, extra-red-lipped vampires will not torture us anymore.
Yash Chopra, you made sure that you will live on and that your last film will be remembered - jab tak hai jaan!
Gadhvi’s “light-hearted, clean comedy”, `Ajab Gazabb Love`, is not one that entertains. Or maybe it does, but for not more than a while.
Watch ‘Student Of The Year’ for the debutantes. They have really pulled off a tough task of playing praiseworthy roles.
Director Umesh Shukla’s adaptation of the 2001 Australian comedy ‘The Man Who Sued God’ and the Gujarati play ‘Kanji Virudh Kanji’ by Bhavesh Mandalia is done beautifully.
No matter what, if people are asked to point out the most striking feature of Vikram Bhatt’s ‘Raaz 3’, they would undoubtedly put their fingers on Shanaya Shekhar.
With ‘Gangs of Wasseypur 1’, Anurag Kashyap had set the stage for a classic; with its second part, he gave birth to a cult.
Amitabh Bachchan’s cameo in the title song sort of gives people a hint of what ambrosia is in store for them all through ‘Bol Bachchan’.
Sachin Yardi, the writer and director of ‘Kya Super Kool Hai Hum’ collated a bunch of such jokes, packed a few actors and crew, flew to Goa and decided to party…oh and also made a film in between partying.
`Ferrari Ki Sawaari` is steered to its destination, thanks to its two and a half men!
`Rowdy Rathore` was supposed to be Akshay`s comeback film as an action star. Yes, the action is there and in huge dollops. But somehow it lacks the punch of Khiladi Kumar.
Dibakar Banerjee and his incisive take on Indian politics hits people below the belt, and hits hard, with the caustically cutting political thriller called ‘Shanghai’.
If the title of the film prods you on to believe the hitherto-thought inevitable, I’d suggest you to be better prepared for the shock that is bound to meet you as the film nears its end.
This one could easily be passed off as yet another south Indian pot boiler had it not have a fly as its protagonist. And Makkhi scores simply because someone had the brainwave to think of a film from a house fly’s perspective.
Does the film live up to the hype? Yes in more ways than one!
Habib Faisal’s earlier film ‘Do Dooni Chaar’ had captured the Delhi and Punjabi culture well. In ‘Ishaqzaade’, he captures a small town in northern India and its typical nuances well.
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