“6 Best Movies where CLINT EASTWOOD Directed himself!”

Clint Eastwood has been a great influence on moviegoers all around the world. Much like his transformation from Spaghetti Westerns to Urban cool characters, his foray into Direction had been spontaneous. The whole argument of him being a better Actor or better Director does not seem to end anytime soon. So we took it upon…

“I remember James ‘Jimmy’ Stewart…”

I don’t remember Mr. Smith. I don’t remember this wheelchair-bound photographer witnessing a Murder through the lenses of his camera. I don’t remember this actor sharing screen with John Wayne in John Ford’s western, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance. I don’t remember him doing any larger than life characters. I don’t remember him intimidating…

The Jovial Kind…

Audrey Hepburn was all royalty. She will always be embedded in our hearts as the Princess from Roman Holiday (1953) or a potential Model in Funny Face (1957) or the Socialite from Breakfast At Tiffany’s (1961). But in a career spanning over 34 movies she had her share of dramatic performances that stood out. Today,…

“No Plain Jane…….this!”

Doris Day…….just the name can lighten up your day. The perky actress known for her vibrant screen presence started out as a band singer in 1939. Her popularity as a singer eventually led to an audition for the movie, Romance on the High Seas (1948). Young Man With A Horn (1949) with Kirk Douglas, Calamity…

O Womaniya !!

It’s International Women’s Day and we are all for women who stand up for what’s right and more importantly what’s rightly theirs. Women centric movies always hold a special place in our hearts,its inspiring in many levels. Women in today’s world play many roles…a mother,daughter,wife being few of them . But what really makes a…

When Rob met Harry & Sally

It’s Rob Reiner’s 70th birthday! The current crop of moviegoers may not be familiar with the ‘vetsatile’ Director but for an entire generation of cinema lovers Rob Reiner is one of those select few Directors who have contributed to almost every genre of movie. Much like his predecessors Howard Hawks and Robert Altman who are…

Angoor…. is like an Old Wine

Much before we had Vishal Bhardwaj to carry forward the legacy of Shakespeare, there was Gulzaar who came up with his own interpretation of Shakespeare’s plays. Based on Shakespeare’s ‘Comedy Of Errors’, Angoor is not just a milestone in comedy movies but also in Hindi Cinema. Angoor means ‘grapes’ and here the reference is to…

LION…roars….and how!

Plot : True story about 5 year old ‘Saroo’, lost in India only to find himself 25 years later in Australia. Based on ‘A Long Way Home’ by Saroo Brierley. Star Cast : Dev Patel, Nicole Kidman, Rooney Mara, David Wenham Review : Every once in a while comes a movie about survival that unknowingly ends up spreading the…

La Vie en rose

Madhubala was an ‘epitome of love‘ and what could have been a better day than 14th of February to mark her birthday. In a career spanning more than two-decades,Mahal (1949), Amar (1954), Howrah Bridge (1958), Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi (1958), Mughal-E-Azam (1960) besides being significant in making her one of the most influential actresses, are…