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The Girl On The Train >> 30s Review

Rachel (Emily Blunt) is a PR professional. She was given a divorce by her husband because of her alcoholism and the damage she caused due to it.

Everyday she travels to the city in a train which passes by her former neighbourhood. From the train she sees a happy couple two houses down from her house. She is envious of the woman Megan (Haley Bennett) and of the love she has. Then she sees her own house where her ex-husband Tom (Justin Theroux) now lives with his second wife Anna (Rebecca Ferguson) and their child.

Things take a twist when Megan goes missing the same day when Rachel wakes up with a hangover, badly bruised. She sets out to find what happened to Megan and bring the murderer to justice, in the process finding out that everything she knows about herself and those around her is a lie.

Rating: Green - a gripping story based on the novel by Paula Hawkins. This is one of those rare movies where it will be very hard for you to predict the climax.
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100 Streets >> 30 seconds review

Kingsley (Franz Drameh) born in one of the ghetto-like areas of London grew up to become a drug addict, drug peddler and petty criminal. He lands up in prison due to one of his men. After coming out of prison his journey begins as he meets Terence (Ken Stott) who helps him move closer to his dream of becoming an actor/writer.

Max Moore (Idris Alba) is a former captain of the English rugby team. He is otherwise a promiscuous person at the verge of divorce after he got caught screwing the nanny of this two children by his wife Emily (Gemma Arterton).

Emily wanted to become an actress alongwith her friend Jake (Tom Cullen) before she fell in love with Max and left it all. Terence was her colleague.

George (Charlie Creed-Miles) and Tina (Lorraine Stanley) are a childless couple who are trying hard to be able to adopt a child.

The movie is the story of all these characters living on the streets of London.
Rating: Yellow - a nice movie with great performances by the various actors. The movi…

Logan >> 30 seconds review

Its 2029. Logan (Hugh Jackman) and the other X-Men are ageing and at the verge of extinction. He now lives in hiding somewhere along the Mexican border with Charles (Patrick Stewart) and Caliban (Stephen Merchant) and drives a taxi for money. Charles has been rendered dysfunctional due to a mental disease. Caliban cannot venture into the sun. And Logan's powers are withering - his healing has become much slower.

Trouble arrives at the door in the form of a young mutant Laura (Dafne Keen) whose caretaker is murdered by evil forces. Laura is in grave danger and it turns out she's also born out of Logan's genes.

Will Logan be able to save Laura?

Rating: Green - many movies in the past have attempted to humanize superheroes so that the viewers can connect with them. If the Dark Knight and Iron Man came close, this movie achieves it - to perfection. Logan is truly no more than an ordinary human at the core with some additional physical abilities and rage. Crisp script adds to t…

Donnie Darko >> 30 seconds review and trailer

Donald Darko (Jake Gyllenhaal) is under medication for a psychological situation. He has visions. Visions of a mysterious human sized rabbit named Frank - who makes him come out of his home one night and tells him about the end of the world. When he goes back home in the morning he finds out that his room has been totally destroyed by an untraced jet engine that fell on their home. He would have been dead if he was there.

Meanwhile, Donnie has to follow Frank's commands which leads to a series of destructive acts.

Will he be able to save himself and his family?

Rating: Green - the movie is a complicated web of themes touching psychological issues, time travel, science fiction, horror, philosophy. Brilliant acting combined with great screenplay make this one a must watch.

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