The Hunger Games:Catching Fire movie review – It may appeal only to the fans of Hunger Games
It lacks the elements to sustain itself as an appealing entertainer
The latest installment of the franchise created from Suzanne Collins’s young adult dystopian trilogy, The Hunger Games:Catching Fire is even more gut-wrenching, sleeker with raw emotions and engrossing than its predecessor, which released in 2012. Click here to read more
Club 60 movie review: Love, loss, life…a lingering sense of playful yet pensive nostalgia
When was the last time a movie moved you anywhere except out of the theatre in a hurry to get home?
Club 60 is that modern day rarity that brings the soul back to our cinema. A story of aging and despair dappled by dashes of warmth and humour, Club 60 is embellished with endearing imperfections – jaunty editing which only adds to its humane appeal. The film has so much love and warmth to give, it breaks your heart to think that mortality could be so hurtful.Click here to read more
Shahid Kapoor’s R…Rajkumar is a massive flop, says Kamaal R Khan!
The over-the-top actor is now one of the most infamous reviewers in B-town. He watched the Shahid Kapoor and Sonakshi Sinha starrer and reacted…
After making fun of Salman Khan’s ‘the eternal virgin’ status, Kamaal R Khan has found a new subject to bitch about. Prabhu Dheva’s latest R…Rajkumar is now the focus of KRK’s expert analysis, cinematically and otherwise. The first to be targeted by the Deshdrohi actor’s wicked cracks was Sonakshi Sinha. Click here to read more
R…Rajkumar movie review: Shahid Kapoor’s Rambo avatar overshadows his Romeo streak
Shahid Kapoor tries to be Salman Khan and Shahrukh Khan at the same time and falls miles behind. You take a bowl and fill it with parts of Wanted, Chennai Express and numerous Telugu movies – what you get is mundane, no-brainer potboiler of a movie called R…Rajkumar
If your dabbawala gave you the same curry every day of the week, how would you feel? Definitely after a few days, you would get annoyed at the mundane Click here to read more
Sadda Haq TV review: The powerful concept appeals, but poor acting disappoints!
Equality of men and women has been an ongoing battle since the start of time – but we still haven’t achieved it…
Channel V’s new youth show Sadda Haq makes a very powerful statement: Haq cheenne se milta hai, maangne se sirf bheek milti hai (you get your rights by snatching them; by asking, you get only handouts). Click here to read more
Frozen movie review: The movie is cool, captivating and fun
Frozen is Disney’s take on Hans Christian Andersen’s, fairy tale, The Snow Queen, set in distant Arendale. It is a captivating, emotionally tugging animated story of two princesses, Elsa and Anna…
When the vivacious little sister Anna (Kristen Bell) pesters her older sister Elsa (Idina Menzel), “The sky is awake, so am I, so, I need to play”, you realise that there is more to just the sisterly bonding. Click here to read more