Grey shades…

Saif Ali Khan did a string of grey characters in Ek Hasina Thi (2004), Being Cyrus (2005) and Omkara (2006) giving his career a new high

War hero…

Donald Sutherland shone in a string of World War II thrillers from late 60s to late 70s. He stood out in The Dirty Dozen (1967), Kelly’s Heroes (1970), MASH (1970) and The Eagle has Landed (1976).

MOM review

​​StarCast : Sridevi, Akshaye Khanna, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Adnan Siddiqui, Sajal Ali, Abhimanyu Singh Plot : A mother’s journey as she goes on to earn the title of a MOM! Review : MOM sees Sridevi play a mother for the third time after Judaai & English Vinglish, and a fierce one at that. The legendary actress…

“Action best served with Drama”

Tony Scott….one of the most influential Directors of his time changed the way we saw Action movies. His movies were never genre-specific but there was always an element of “Heroism”. His movies were always about ordinary everyday characters caught up in extraordinary situations. If Top Gun (1986) was material in making Tom Cruise a big…

TOP 10 Hollywood Movies that turn 25 this year!

A Few Good Men – A Few Good Men was seasoned Director Rob Reiner’s trying his hand at making a Courtroom Drama and the result was a movie that features in AFI’s list of Top 10 Courtroom Dramas. The movie has some fine performances from Tom Cruise, Demi Moore, Kevin Beacon and obviously a very worked up Jack…

“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…

TOP 10 Bollywood Movies that turn 25 this year!

Angaar – Angaar pitted Jackie Shroff and Nana Patekar again after Parinda, but it was Nana’s role inspired by gangster Karim Lala that takes away the cake this time. Nana Patekar took home the Best Villain award while Kadar Khan besides giving a great performance won the Best Dialogue award. Deewana – Deewana which was supposed to…

The man with a “History of Violence”

It’s David Cronenberg’s 74th birthday! This Canadian filmmaker made his presence felt in the 80’s snd the 90’s with some great sci-fi/horror/fantasy movies that could give even John Carpenter or David Lynch a run for their money. Among them The Dead Zone (1983),  The Fly (1986) a remake of the 1958 classic and Dead Ringers…

Not MISSING IN ACTION….simply following the…CODE OF SILENCE!!

The year was 1972 and a young martial artist of American origin came in the ‘Way of the Dragon’, literally. The actor chosen to face the Chinese legend was none other than Chuck Norris. Chuck Norris has since then starred in numerous action movies and franchises giving tough competition to action stars like Sylvestor Stallone,…

“The game begins…….NOW!”

Watching Logan was a heartening experience for me. It was like letting go of yet another childhood memory of mine. Wolverine/Logan for me is a mutant equivalent of Superman. Plot – Let’s just say…. it’s our very own Hugh Jackman playing the most loved mutant for the last time! StarCast – Hugh ‘Wolverine’ Jackman, Patrick ‘X’…

State v/s Jolly L.L.B 2 review

Before I give my verdict on Jolly L.L.B 2, I would like to mention that Arshad Warsi is one of the most versatile actors of his generation and it is great to see the way he approached the character of ‘JOLLY’ in Jolly L.L.B, making it one of the most memorable roles in recent times. In Jolly…