King Kong, Jaws, Chewbacca – 7 times when Bollywood ripped off popular Hollywood monsters and got away with it
Warning 3D movie review: Stay away from this film!
The underwater thriller generates more laughs than thrills!
Film: Warning; Cast: Santosh Barmola, Suzana Rodrigues, Varun Sharma, Manjari Phadnis, Jitin Gulati, Sumit Suri and Madhurima Tulii; Director: Gurmmeet Singh
Water waste of time! Slasher movies work best on terra-firma where girls in a state of disrobed desperation make a dash for safety. Alas, here the characters have nowhere to run to. Neither do we. Click here to read more
Warning first trailer: Desi version of Open Water 2?
If you are a Hollywood movie buff then this film directed by Gurmmeet Singh will surely remind of you of Open Water 2: Adrift and a bit of Jaws
We are disappointed again ‘coz here’s one more Hindi film which has an uncanny resemblance to a Hollywood thriller. Bollywood has been exploring the thriller genre Click here to read more
Steven Spielberg says he was dying to make a Bond movie: Watch video
The Oscar winning director says he tried his best to helm a Bond movie but was denied the chance
When two giants of the screen sit and talk, the conversation can be anything but mundane and regular. And yesterday, when the Academy Award winning director Click here to read more
Aamir Khan, Shahrukh Khan or Hrithik Roshan: Who will star in Steven Spielberg’s movie?
While that’s the dilemma regarding the male leads, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Deepika Padukone and Anushka Sharma are being considered for the role of the heroine. So what’s really going on in the Hollywood filmmaker’s mind?
A lot is being said about Steven Spielberg’s visit to India. Click here to read more
‘RA.One’ box office obsession: The danger of reducing movies to money
RA.One didn’t break Bodyguard’s opening day record, but it did set a new three-day benchmark, raking in Rs 60 crore in India
The sound and fury around Shahrukh Khan’s superhero saga, RA.One, reached a cacophonous climax last week. There was much debate, of course, on the quality of the film (it was largely panned by critics in India), but the real entertainment was in the breathless number-crunching. The question on everyone’s lips was: could Shahrukh beat arch rival Salman Khan’s grosses? Would Shahrukh’s relentless 10-month-long marketing campaign deliver a bigger opening day than Bodyguard’s Rs 20 crore Eid take? Click here to read more