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Bridget Jones's Baby movie review: A mixed bag of inherent comedy

Bridget Jones's Baby movie review: A mixed bag of inherent comedy

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`Babloo Happy Hai` review: Fresh, breezy, naughty, nifty

In short `Babloo Happy Hai` does everything cinema is meant to.

`Heartless` review - stylish career relaunch for Adhyayan Suman

You really can`t put a good man down. Even when his heart breaks he bounces back stronger than before.

`Saving Mr. Banks` review: A tribute worth a watch!

An engaging, well-crafted and mounted drama, `Saving Mr. Banks` is the Golden Jubilee tribute to Walt Disney`s 1964 family musical hit, `Mary Poppins`.

`One By Two` Review: Slice of urban life, done up in tasteful shades

It takes a while to figure out why this deliciously yummy concoction about urban aspirations is called `One By Two`

`Inga Enna Solludhu` a damp squib

VTV Ganesh to play the lead in a film which is more or less a semi-autobiography based on events from his own life.

`12 Years a Slave` Review: Hauntingly disturbing

Based on a true story of Solomon Northup published in 1853, `12 Years a Slave` is a cold-hearted, even-toned film about American slavery

‘Jai Ho’ review: A treat for Salman Khan fans

Directed by Sohail Khan, ‘Jai Ho’ is an absolute entertainer with a thought provoking message.

`Miss Lovely` review: Dark, devastating universe of porn

There is nothing pretty or lovely about ‘Miss Lovely’.

`Dedh Ishqiya` review: Madhuri proves to be the Begum of Bollywood

Back in 2010, there was `Ishqiya`, and now, there is `Dedh Ishqiya`, albeit with edgier characters and a plot that will keep you glued to the screen right till the end.

`Sholay 3D` review - Classics never pale

If as William Shakespeare told us, a rose by any other name smells just as sweet, then "Sholay" in any format -3D, 4D or whatever, would remain just the same.

`47 Ronin` review: An impressive drama

What starts off as an action-packed Samurai adventure thriller, slowly fizzles into a tragic Japanese period drama sprinkled with ounces of fantasy in the guise of witchcraft and sorcery.

`The Wolf of Wall Street` review: Over-egged pudding, but worth it!

‘The Wolf of Wall Street’, like DiCaprio`s previous film, ‘The Great Gatsby’ is an over-egged pudding that`s worth a watch.

`Dedh Ishqiya` music review: A complete package

The music album of director Abhishek Chaubey`s forthcoming film `Dedh Ishqiya`, a sequel to the 2010 movie `Ishqiya`, has once again proved composer Vishal Bhardwaj`s excellence.

`Inside Llewyn Davis` Review: Simply interesting!

Loosely based on the life of American folk singer Dave Van Ronk, directors Joel and Ethan Coen`s "Inside Llewyn Davis" is a fictional piece that is a fitting tribute to a period and place, which is at the crossroads of cultural change.

`Walking With Dinosaurs` Review - A visual delight for kids

From the hearth of BBC Earth Films, `Walking The Dinosaurs` is an edutainment film that educates the audience about animals, particularly the dinosaurs that wandered on the surface of the planet, about 70 million years ago, during the Creataceous period.

‘Dhoom 3’ Review: A spectacular Aamir Khan fiesta!

‘Dhoom 3’ is one of the most anticipated sequels in the year 2013, and the reason is Aamir Khan. Not for a moment does the director Vijay Krishna Acharya forget that. It’s an Aamir fiesta all the way!

`Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2` review: A bland buffet

`Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2` is an entertaining tale of recognition, adventure and commitment that would appeal to kids.

`What The Fish` review: Sparklingly original, funny and warm

Comedies are hard to sustain for more than an hour...and yes, this one does over-run its playing time by 20 minutes, although it`s just about a 100 minutes in length.

`Jackpot` review: Noire film with boring twists in the tale

So here`s the bottom line. Sunny Leone hardly ever strips in ‘Jackpot’.

‘R...Rajkumar’ review: Senseless, bad filmmaking!

The Indian audiences have certainly matured. They are no longer the lot who blow wolf-whistles when the hero single handedly beats up a bunch of goons. ‘R...Rajkumar’ directed by Prabhudheva is what an average movie goer wouldn’t really want to see.



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