review

Badlapur – Renewed faith on Bollywood

Bollywood has done it again. Bollywood has shocked me successfully again. And I love it! I like movies that gives a lasting impression in my memory. Movies of which I would recall scenes of from time to time. “Varun Dhawan starrer ‘Badlapur’, an intriguing tale of love and revenge, has bowled over Bollywood. Varun Dhawan’s […]

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Is #ThePossession based on true events?

There is, in fact, a much-publicized story of a box that has strange happenings associated with its possession. Los Angeles Times writer Leslie Gornstein’s documented the tale in an article titled “Jinx in a Box.” Published in July 2004, Gornstein’s article chronicled bizarre events associated with a small antique wooden cabinet that had been placed […]

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The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover (1989)

The Cook, The Thief, His Wife & Her Lover is a 1989 British-French romantic crime drama written and directed by Peter Greenaway, starring Richard Bohringer, Michael Gambon, Helen Mirren, and Alan Howard in the titular roles. The film’s graphic scatological, violent, and nude scenes, as well as its lavish cinematography and formalism were noted at […]

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Barbarian Queen (1985)

Set during the days of the Roman Empire, a simple village is preparing for the wedding of their king and queen. Suddenly, it is raided by Roman troops, and most of the people are whisked off to be slaves or killed. The queen, Amathea, (Lana Clarkson), and two of her best female warriors survive the attack […]

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‘Band Baaja Baraat’ the Movie that got me Back to Bollywood

I was a Bollywood fan when I was a kid, I was a Bollywood fan because my mom, aunt, grandma and grandpa would always watch the latest Amitabh Bachan, Rekha and Sridevi movies on the then VCR/VHS players.Those memories were awesome, and always to be cherished. Then came a Bollywood period where ‘rape scenes’ would […]

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iPad and the Third World

The iPad can still be utilized in a third World country. Here’s how…. I am an iPad owner in Bangladesh. Bangladesh is one of the poorest nation on the face of the Earth right after Rwanda & Nigeria.When Steve Jobs envisioned the iPad of course he had no Banglades like countriesh in mind. I say […]

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Why the New Thundercats Flopped

The new thundercats would have worked if…. When I was a boy I was fascinated by the then new tv cartoon series called Thunder Cats. But that was back in the year 1984 – when the Thunder Cats were actually portrayed as a strong, powerful and very honest cartoon characters. Lion-o (the lord of the […]

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Okay, I just finished watching Tintin

Okay, I just finished watching Tintin 3d and I must say I found it to be a very different experience compared to the actual Tintin comic book reading experience. The movie was too loud and rowdy whereas Tintin comics are all very subtle. Here are some list of stuffs “I did not like” in the […]

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Why I liked Ra-One

I watched Ra-one with my wife yesterday and then I watched The Green Lantern today alone.I watched Ra-One with eager anticipation and though I had my iPad with me while watching the movie I could not use the iPad, I am still trying to watch the green lantern as I am compiling this article on […]

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