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Swordfish | Hollywood Crime Thriller | Personal Reviews

Swordfish | Hollywood Crime Thriller | Personal Reviews

Released on June 4, 2001 Swordfish is an action, crime thriller which is focused on Hacking. The movie have a lot of points which will make you enjoy it as a thriller without a doubt. But it is not a master piece. Movie : Swordfish Producers : Joel Silver, Jonathan D. Krane Director : Dominic Sena Written By : Skip Woods Production Companies : Village Roadshow Pictures, Silver Pictures Distributed by : Warner Bros. Pictures Cinematography : Paul Cameron Music : Christopher Young, Paul Oakenfold Editor : Stephen E. Rivkin Released On : June 4, 2001 Starring : John Travolta ... Read More »

Kill Dil | Bollywood Movie | Film Reviews

Kill Dil | Bollywood Movie | Film Reviews

Seems the era of the Bollywood Masala movies is back. Now a days we see a lot of movies hitting the screen which gives you deja vu feelings and reminds you many blockbusters of 70s, 80s and 90s. Some of them are official remakes, others are a mattress weaved by picking various threads (scenes) from various movies. However if the movie is able to touch the heart string of the viewer, it gets the success it is targeted for, otherwise the chances are high that they are going to be bombed at the box office. Movie : Kill / Dil ... Read More »

Happy New Year | A Time Pass Movie | Personal Reviews

Happy New Year | A Time Pass Movie | Personal Reviews

Farah Khan has seen ups and downs of the film industry since her early childhood. She is a successful choreographer and some of the songs she choreographed are really remarkable. When she decided to be a film maker the vision was very clear to her. She wanted to make complete masala movies which are also known as typical Bollywood films. Her idea was to provide entertainment through her films. So go watching her films without expectation to see a master-piece, and you may land into something interesting for you. With back-to-back successful films like Main Hoon Naa and Om Shanti ... Read More »

Haider | Bollywood Adaptation of Hamlet | Movie Reviews

Haider | Bollywood Adaptation of Hamlet | Movie Reviews

Vishal Bhardwaj is famous for making the films which are often not considered as Bollywood mainstream films. Being a literary lover he have special place for Shakespeare drama’s in his heart. He tried to adapt the famous Shakespeare dramas through Hindi films Maqbool (Makbath), Omkara (Othello) earlier; and now he came with Haider which is modern day adaptation of Hamlet which is explored on Indian canvas. Movie : Haider Director : Vishal Bhardwaj Produced by : Vishal Bhardwaj, Siddharth Roy Kapur Written By : Vishal Bhardwaj, Basharat Peer Based On : Hamlet by William Shakespeare Music By : Songs: Vishal ... Read More »

Mary Kom | Bollywood Film | Personal Reviews

Mary Kom | Bollywood Film | Personal Reviews

One of the much awaited films from Hindi Film Industry popularly known as Bollywood was – Mary Kom. The film was expected to be BioPic of the legendary woman boxer – Mangte Chungneijang Mary Kom – from India. Let us make one thing clear, the movie is entertaining and might be inspirational. It is good but not great. And it is not the BioPic of Mary Kom for sure. The events in the movie are loosely based on Mary Kom’s life and they are quite different from her autobiography – Unbreakable M. C. Mary Kom : An Autobiography. Movie : ... Read More »

Superheroes – Redefined , Re-understood, Re-interpreted

There was a time when a few generations in USA depended on the comic strips and magazines to bring them their periodical doses of superhero dramas. In the post second world war era, USA was enamoured by the range of para-humans it had developed ranging from Superman, Spiderman, Batman, Captain America, Wonder Woman, and so on. Today the list is even more impressive and has broadened to cover ancient demigods like Thor to The Green Lantern to Flash to Iron Man and goes on… Traditionally, these were the men of steel (pun intended) who did not have to worry about ... Read More »