Poltergeist movie review: Not petrifying enough
A reboot of the iconic 1982 released Tobe Hooper’s Poltergeist, this film with the same name is a far cry from the original, a classic that was created by Steven Speilberg, Michael Grais and Mark Victor
The original was a cleverly crafted scary film. It indulgently messed with the Freeling family’s personal comforts — their TV, their toys, the big tree in their backyard and in the process drove a sardonic skewer into the heart of the audience of that time. Don’t look under your soft, warm bed, the movie told us, because that toy, which you were wary of, may just wake up and turn murderous. Click here to read more
ABCD 2 music review: Sachin-Jigar score for Shraddha Kapoor and Varun Dhawan’s dance film is more impressive than the prequel!
Will ABCD 2 be more than just a album full of dance numbers? Time to find out…
Remo returns back with the sequel to his successful dance-centric film, this time spearheaded by Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor, along with Prabhu Deva. The last ABCD had some good numbers which were completely overshadowed by the eclectic dance moves. Will this time also the soundtrack meet the same fate? Click here to read more
Tanu Weds Manu Returns movie review: This Kangana Ranaut film exceeds expectations!
This film is a notch above its first outing…
Hardly does a sequel manages to live upto the glory of the first film. That’s because anything novel is always exciting. A follow up becomes the victim of over expectations and hype. But in the case of Tanu Weds Manu Returns, it’s just the opposite. Click here to read more
Tanu Weds Manu Returns quick movie review: Kangana Ranaut as Kusum is far better than Tanu!
The actress is a delight as the rough Haryanvi athlete but the funny lines belong to someone else!
Sequel means a follow up where the story is taken forward. But Bollywood coined a completely different and a convenient definition of this term – a new story with a new heroine, a new setting but the hero is untouched. Anand L Rai’s Tanu Weds Manu Returns sticks to the word ‘sequel’ to the T. Add to it some genuine laughs and outstanding supporting cast… TWMR is LOL overload. Click here to read more