• Taken 2 – Review

    Oct 15 (): In this much awaited sequel to Taken(2008),  the director Oliver Megaton has indeed added heavy dosage just like in his name on the action packed stunts and Liam Neeson’s brilliance on figuring out everything from literally nothing. The Irish sexagenarian Liam Neeson like always, from Jedi to Batman’s mentor is still looking young in his sixties….

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  • English Vinglish

    Oct 8 ():In a come-back after  15-year hiatus, Sridevi still looks charming in big screens. One would love to fall in love with her all over again. The light entertainer has a terse plot of a woman with inferior complex who redeems herself and marks her presence in front of her family who ridicules her!…

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  • Moonrise Kingdom ~Exclusive

    Sep 29 (): Moonrise Kingdom – an aesthetic plot covering summer love, first kiss, adolescence and innocence directed by Wes Anderson. Jared Gilman and Kara Hayward play the leading casts supported by diversified actors – Bruce Willis, Edward Norton, Bill Murray and many others. The moonwalk! The plot evolves around New England (Island of New…

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  • Thandavam – Review

    Sep 29 (): Thandavam has a simple storyline -a payback for injustice done to an honest cop. Vikram, well-known for shaping up physically in a short period has done his homework well, it can be judged from his looks in the movie. Anushka has supported him and the storyline well, but Amy seems to be just…

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  • Sundarapandian – Review

    Sep 17 (): This flick from Madurai origin seems to touch every Tamil soul with their witty rejoinders in its very own slang and style. Sasi Kumar as usual is portrayed a violent villager, but in addition he also plays the charming womanizer, but in a good way. The new look on Kollywood screens – Lakshmi Menon…

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  • Raaz 3 – Review

    (Sep 09): Raaz (Secret) is the unsaid desire, the mysteries unraveled, anticipations unrevealed. This horror flick – a trilogy with no whatsoever connection to its previous sequel or the prequel is nothing different from a regular Bollywood number, but not similar to it as well. Bips has donned villain, serial kisser Emraan Hashmi at his…

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  • Naan – Review

    Sep 1 (): Naan is an onscreen taradiddle of a man disturbed from his childhood days. The director Jeeva Selvam has marvelously moved the screenplay. It’s quite visible from his acting that this is Vijay Antony’s debutant movie. Me Alias Naan! Karthik (Vijay Antony) is a juvenile kid with troubled parents. When he finds out his mother is having…

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