Media: Films - Action
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- Hindi Films: License To Kill
Hindi movies are as painful as a two-hour-45minutes long yawn.
- Movie Review: The Expendables
Escapism has long been seen as appropriate fare, with the hope that the 99ers will satiate their anger and frustration through the flickers on the
- Movie Review: Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai
The film conforms to the genre, being simultaneously a 70s-style crime thriller and a chronicle of an inflating hypercity.
- Movie Review: Raavan
A sensuous overload of water everywhere, but not a drop to relish
- Movie Review: Avatar - A Movie for the Theater Audience
I was in Pandora and I did not want to leave.
- The Best Movies of the Noughties, 2000-2009
This decade has been truly a decade of popular culture as much as it has been a decade of change
- Movie Review: Kurbaan - Typically Stereotypical
Kurbaan proves yet again that Karan Johar is incapable of churning out anything but the worst stereotypes.
- Movie Review: Madhur Bhandarkar's Jail
Madhur Bhandarkar's latest offering is Jail, which claims to offer an inside view on the unseen world of prisons in India.
- Movie Review: District 9
Thus begins a relationship - functional and detached for most part, but evolving into much more, but not in a very palpable, you-love-me-I-love-you way.
- Movie Review: Antichrist by Lars von Trier
The film opens with the pelvic thrusts of William Dafoe ("He") and Charlotte Gainsbourg ("She").
- Movie Review: Kaminey
I think what works best for Vishal Bharadwaj is that he doesn't treat his audiences as imbeciles
- 30 Second Summary - August '09 Edition
Like all good things, except chocolates and ice cream, our movie summaries come in small, (non-digital) bite-sized packets.
- Movie Review: Angels and Demons
The end is more 'Crime doesn't pay' than 'Good triumphs over Bad in the end' as in the book.
- Movie Review: Star Trek - Trekkies On A New Trail
As fiery instinct clashes with calm reason, their unlikely but powerful partnership is the only thing capable of leading the crew through unimaginable danger.
- Movie Review: Star Trek
I approached the reworking of a seminal cultural force like Star Trek with some trepidation.
- Movie Review: X-Men Origins: Wolverine - Claws Of Glory
There's nothing special about it, but what is magnificent are the visual effects and the execution of the story.
- Movie Review: Fast and Furious 4 - Feast Of Speed And Power
Watch the movie only for Diesel. Of course, for car racing too.
- Movie Review: 8x10 Tasveer - Akshay In A New Avataar
Nagesh Kukunoor has walked away from his arty image to an Abbas Mastaan genre. He has succeeded up to a point.
- Movie Reviews: Gulaal & Jai Veeru
One is a social thriller and the other is a mindless action flick. Depending on your taste, they will either make you fly or fry.
- Bollywood's Coming Of Age
The Hindi movies I have been watching lately have the triumphs and fantasy that escapism offers and the realistic depiction of earthy stories that art
- Sanjay Dutt a Security Threat - Ram Jethmalani
His stand against Bollywood’s Munnabhai, labeling him as security threat to the nation, to me appears to be nothing but letmegetbackatya aka a revenge scheme.
- Movie Review: Ghajini
Directors remaking their own films is not a new phenomenon.
- Movie Review: Drona - Derivative and Pointless
The actors deliver a mostly superlative performance, unfortunately wasted.
- Movie Review: WANTED - Some Kickass Action!
If you thought only Bollywood could think up weird storylines, then you need to watch WANTED!
- Movie Review: Mission Istaanbul - Male Booty Call
The movie isn't low budget, the action scenes are packed but here is what I don't get about the movie.