“The BFG” Review

Remember those times when you were a feisty little toddler and your mother had a hard time making you go to bed ? She would never scream at you or even consciously try to spook you. She would just gently mention – “If you don’t sleep, the big man in the street would grab you…

The really late “Kabali” Review

The delay in the the publishing of this review is intentional, so as to allow the hullabaloo surrounding the movie to subside and give ourselves time to ponder on the question, that should hero worshipping take precedence over art? But before we get to it, we have to acknowledge the legend of Rajnikanth. He is a superstar for…

Preview Review : “Justice League”

Drop everything and watch this right now! So DC dropped too little nukes on us a few days back and our heads have been blown a mile high. Before we talk about that, let’s talk about Batman v Superman : Dawn of Justice for a minute. A lot of people did not like that film….

The “Star Trek Beyond” Review

Let’s be honest here. We love space adventures. Always have, always will. We are captivated by the sight of magnificent star-ships against the endless expanse of outer space spanning in every direction in the backdrop. The very romanticism of exploring uncharted worlds, unexplained cosmic mysteries and a group of free-willed sojourners who have heart to fight hostile…

The “Amar Akbar Anthony” Review

If you search Wikipedia for “Masala Entertainers” in Bollywood, the first thing you will find is the name Manmohan Desai (try it, seriously). And Amar Akbar Anthony is one of his best movies, if not the best! In food parlance, it is like the Chappan Bhog thali, which serves you everything…aaaand a bit more, in…

5 inspiring movies you haven’t heard of

5. The Help (2011) Based in 1960s America, The Help portrays a society where all the household helps are black women facing racism at such a deeply rooted level that it has become an accepted norm. Skeeter, played by Emma Stone, is an aspiring journalist who becomes extremely aware of this blatant discrimination and decides to capture such stories from…

“The Secret Life of Pets” Review

The Secret Life of Pets is exactly what you think it is – a sneak-peek into the minds of your beloved pets whose ceaseless antics never fail to amuse you. The trailer was one of the most hilarious sketches that we had ever seen in a long time and needless to say, this had been…

5 Bollywood characters reimagined with Hollywood actors

The internet is replete with listicles about lead characters in Hollywood movies/ series which can be portrayed by Indian actors. Most of those lists end up being a forced fit and as readers, we have a hearty time laughing at them (like that one article which suggested that Tyrion Lannister’s role in Game of Thrones…

The GoT Season 6 Roundup : Finalé

Monday is here and we have yet another reason to whine this time besides going to work. We feel ya ! Game of Thrones season 6 ended a week ago and here we sit dazed and dumbfounded on the enormous repercussions that wreaked havoc on our brains with all those theories they had conjured. Theories…

“The Legend of Tarzan” Review

This year has been a treasure-trove for the 90s kids who have grown up watching The Jungle Book and Disney’s Tarzan. Although, Jungle Book has been one of the most endearing stories of childhood, Tarzan has been somewhat more mystifying a character. Here was a man who had grown up deep in the jungles of the Dark continent, an uncharted…

The “Raman Raghav 2.0” review

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