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  • | May 24th, 2015

    Poltergeist movie review: Not petrifying enough

    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

  • | June 27th, 2012

    DEPARTMENT movie review: Watching this torture should be declared a crime

    DEPARTMENT movie review: Watching this torture should be declared a crime

    Ram Gopal Varma is turning into a serial offender. Lately, every film that he has directed has been unwatchable and it’s only getting worse with each passing moment
    It has been a while since Ram Gopal Varma, a filmmaker who earned the respect of his fans by making films like Satya, Rangeela and Company, made a decent film. When was the last time you watched an RGV film and come out even half-impressed? Don’t remember? Click here to read more

  • | October 3rd, 2011

    FORCE movie review: Flop story of a cop

    FORCE movie review: Flop story of a cop

    John Abraham’s latest film is just another action movie with a trite concept
    If you want to enjoy watching the brawny men in the movie, you have to leave your brains behind. John Abraham, who portrays the role of a narcotics cop (Yashwardhan), may have made a concerted effort to throw a heavy bike around and treat it like a piece of toy, but the beefy hunk is unable to make this three-hour-or-so movie work and arouse even the remotest of emotions. Playing the role of an impassive cop, John doesn’t do much, apart from being himself and throwing his hulky weight around, pun intended! Click here to read more