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The Girl On The Train >> 30s Review

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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

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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

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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

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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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Zodiac >> 30 seconds Review and Trailer

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A serial killer considers killing humans to be the ultimate game. All that the police know is that he calls himself zodiac, he likes to be in the news and he's quite smart. Inspector David Toschi (Mark Ruffalo) and Inspector William Armstrong (Anthony Edwards) are investigating the case. Paul Avery (Robert Downey Jr.) is the crime journalist assigned this news at his newspaper. Both David and Paul become obsessed with solving the case.

While David almost loses his job, Paul becomes a drunkard and goes nuts, and ultimately loses his job. Robert Graysmith (Jake Gyllenhaal) is a cartoonist at Paul's newspaper and his friend. His interest in solving puzzles gets him involved in the case. After everyone gives up, he takes the responsibility of finding the killer. He loses his job, and his family. But will he be able to figure out who Zodiac is?

Based on the real story of a serial killer who killed people just for fun, and to mess around with the police in the US in 1960s-70s.

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La La Land >> 30 seconds Review and Trailer

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Mia (Emma Stone) is a struggling actress working at a coffee outlet while appearing for auditions. Sebastian (Ryan Gosling) is a struggling jazz musician playing at different places to make ends meet. They happen to keep crossing paths time and again - and somewhere along the way fall in love.

The movie is about their struggle to be successful without giving up on their dreams, and their love. Will they be able to stay together and achieve it all? Maybe, maybe not ;)

Rating: Green - for the awesome music. The movie feels like its dragging in parts - but then there are other parts where it is better than awesome. 
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Dangal >> 30 seconds Review and Trailer

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Mahavir Singh Phogat (Aamir Khan) had the dream of winning an international gold medal for his country. However, the lack of support for sportsmen in the country, in general, and the lack of support from his family in particular meant he had to relinquish the dream and get a job for a living.

He thought he'll train his son to fulfill his dream. However, he doesn't have a son. With four daughters, he has given up on his dream. When one day he reaches home to find that his eldest daughters have roughed up some boys. He starts training them with the hope that they will fulfil his dream. Will they?

Rating: Green - a well-made movie that keeps you gripped onto it till the very end. The fight scenes are very well shot - very real, yet very gripping. The Haryanvi accent by the various actors including Aamir Khan falls short of quality - but if we ignore this small issue - this is one of the best sports movies ever made.

PS: The movie is factually incorrect in a number of critical plac…

Bahubali 2: The Conclusion >> 30 seconds Review and Trailer

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The sequel of Bahubali starts the story of Amrendra Bahubali (Prabhas) where the last movie left it. He is set to become the king - the entire Maahishmati kindgom is in a celebratory mood. He sets out to understand the problems faced by his subjects. That's when he comes across Devasena (Anushka Shetty) and falls for her. While he is living under cover in her palace trying to woo her, his evil cousin Bhallaladeva (Rana Daggubati) comes to know about it and plots against him.

Sivagami Devi (Ramya Krishnan) is influenced to give the throne to Bhallaladeva, while Bahubali is thrown out of the kingdom, and eventually murdered. Now it is upto Mahendra Bahubali to avenge the death of his father.

Rating: Yellow - overhyped movie but a good timepass nevertheless. Just like the first movie this movie is also awesome in parts and extremely boring in other parts.
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Bahubali >> 30 seconds Review and Trailer

Star Trek Beyond >> 30 seconds Review and Trailer

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The USS Enterprise under the leadership of its Captain Kirk (Chris Pine) went to rescue a ship in trouble in a dark corner of the galaxy. By the time they realise it was a trap, the entire space-ship is destroyed and every single alive member of the crew taken hostage except the captain and a handful of others.

Helped by an alien warrior Jaylah (Sofia Boutella) they set out to rescue the others and save the space station, which they realise is about to be attacked.

Rating: Green - great screenplay and action! 
Though a question lingers - why didn't Kraal just attack the space station in the first go - he could have easily destroyed it and got what he wanted!
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The Perks of a Being a Wallflower >> 30 seconds Review and Trailer

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Charlie (Logan Lerman) is a 15 yr old introvert schoolkid whose only friend - his best-friend committed suicide recently. He's coping with the loss and with a life with no friends when he meets Patrick (Ezra Miller) and Sam (Emma Watson), who introduce him to life, as it normally is.

Rating: Green - with characters as real as they get you don't just watch the movie, you live with them for an hour and a half. Must watch!
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The Magnificent Seven >> 30 seconds Review and Trailer

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A poor village is being taken over by land mafia. They are openly butchering people. After they burn the church and kill Emma's husband along with all the young men present in the gathering there, she goes to look for help.

She finds a bounty hunter Chrisolm (Denzel Washington) who gathers seven other gun men to form a gang of seven to defend the village. Will 'The Magnificent 7'  succeed against an army of hundreds?

Rating: The movie is a remake of The Seven Samurai(1954). A tad too long, it drags in some places. Apart from that it is a good movie with great actors - gets a Yellow.
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Suicide Squad >> 30 seconds Review and Trailer

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A bunch of villians with super powers are brought together by the American defence forces to save the planet from another super-villian. Will they save the world?

Rating: Green - amazing visual effects, subtle humour, unpredictable twists, quality of action and superb acting all work together to get this squad of wackos a Green.
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SuperBad >> 30 seconds Review and Trailer

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Seth (Jonah Hill) and Evan (Michael Cera) are best friends who will be going to different schools in 2 months. In the two months left, they want to party and lose their virginity.
They get invited to one of the most happening parties in town - thanks to the fake ID of their friend Fogell (Christopher Mintz-Plasse) which will help them get alcohol for the party.
But things go crazy when a mugger mugs the store just as Fogell was checking out with the alcohol. What follows is a lot of crazy fun.

Rating: Yellow - the setup in the first 15 minutes or so is a drag - living up to the name SuperBad. But, once the movie gets into its own - its crazy - reminds you of Hangover. A good time-pass overall, if you survive the start.
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Fargo >> 30 seconds Review and Trailer

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Jerry Lundegaard (William H. Macy) is working as a car salesman in his father-in-law's company. He needs money to payback someone. So he comes up with the idea of getting his own wife kidnapped and asking his father-in-law for ransom. He hires Carl Showalter (Steve Buscemi) to do the job who brings along his accomplice Gaear Grimsrud (Peter Stormare).

While on their way back to Moose lake after the kidnapping they get pulled over by the trooper for not having tags on the new car. After this the entire plan goes haywire and more than half a dozen people are murdered. Marge Gunderson (Frances McDormand), the smart (and pregnant) cop, heading the investigation is in close pursuit.

Rating: Yellow - a well-made movie, but a bit dated. For those who love to watch crime thrillers this is a must-watch. Frances is amazing in her role.
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The Double >> 30 seconds Review and Trailer

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Simon (Jesse Eisenberg) is working as a clerk. He is dedicated and brilliant in what he does and has some big ideas - but his timid and reticent personality makes him invisible to everyone. Even to Hannah (Mia Wasikowska), the girl he secretly loves.

And, then his bosses hire James (Jesse Eisenberg) who is exactly the same physically, but totally the opposite in personality - he is assertive and flamboyant, and does no work. He uses Simon to do everything, takes the credit, takes his girl - basically takes on all the good things in his life.

Rating: Yellow - a well-made art movie. For those who love to watch movies that are different, this is a must-watch. But, if you are looking for a typical commercial movie, this one may not suit your taste.
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Gangs of Wasseypur >> 30 seconds Review and Trailer

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Shahid Khan (Jaideep Ahlawat) is a mining laborer who becomes a muscleman for the local politician Ramadhir Singh (Tigmanshu Dhulia). His aspirations rise and he wants to kill Ramadhir and take his place, but Ramadhir comes to know and gets him killed.
What follows is three generations of gang war which sees murders, murders and murders.

Rating: Green - Anurag Kashyap fails to disappoint you one more time, alongwith Majoj Bajpayee and Nawazuddin Siddiqui. A movie with a truly rustic setting, colloquial language and characters that feel real. If you ever want to watch a gangster movie - this should be the first one on your list.
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Haider >> 30 seconds Review and Trailer

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Haider Meer (Shahid Kapoor) returns home to Kashmir upon the news of the disappearance of his father - a doctor, who was trying to treat a terrorist. Soon he finds out that his father has been killed by the armed forces.

He joins the anti-establishment movement and before he realises his entire world falls apart. He learns that his mother Ghazala (Tabu) is in a relationship with his uncle Khurram (Kay Kay Menon), who is suspected to be behind his father's murder.

Rating: Green - what could be better than Shakespeare meeting reality - when it is supported by some great performances from actors of the class of Tabu, KKM and Irrfan. The surprise package is Shahid Kapoor, who finally proves he's inherited his father's acting prowess.
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Furious 7 >> 30 seconds Review and Trailer

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Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham) is out to avenge for his comatose brother Owen - Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and the rest of his crew are in some serious trouble. 

And, while this is on a group of terrorists is out to capture the most lethal cyber-weapon of all - God's Eye. Will Dominic and his crew be able to save the world and themselves?

Rating: Green - for the stunts. They're just awesome - in terms of originality and implementation. Then, of course, put Jason Statham or Bruce Willis in an action movie and they just raise the temperature. This one has the former.

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Detective Byomkesh Bakshy >> 30 seconds Review and Trailer

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Byomkesh Bakshy (Sushant Singh Rajput) is looking for a way to earn a living in the Calcutta of the second world war period. A college-mate approaches him seeking help to find his missing father.

To earn a quick buck he takes up the case. Before he knows, he is in the middle of international gangs of drug smugglers who have managed to use him as a pawn in their bigger plans. Will he be able to turn the tables and take control?

Rating: Green - for being swift and doing justice to the legend that Byomkesh Bakshy is. Sushant Singh Rajput may not be Rajit Kapoor, but he holds his own. And, Neeraj Kabi, playing a character with multiple shades of personality is the one to really watch out for in the movie.
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Dirty Grandpa >> 30 seconds Review and Trailer

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Jason Kelly (Zac Efron) is set to get married to the daughter of his father's 'business-friend'. After the funeral of his grandmother he is required to drop his grandfather Dick Kelly (Robert De Niro) to Florida.

But, it turns out that Dick has trapped Jason and intends to open him up and change his life.

Rating: Green - the movie is pure fun. Not much beyond it, the actors make it a movie to watch.

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Trainwreck >> 30 seconds Review and Trailer

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Amy (Amy Schumer) is heavily into being a 'modern chick' - getting high and having indiscriminate sex. The roots of her behavior lie in her disturbed childhood - the divorce of her parents due to infidelity.

Then work makes her meet Aaron (Bill Hader), a celebrity sports doctor. He's the good guy she's totally fallen for. And, vice-a-versa. But will she be able to commit?

Rating: Green - well, majorly because of Bill Hader and Amy Schumer - they are totally into their roles - nerdish but pleasant doctor, and, childish columnist.

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Life As We Know It >> 30 seconds Review and Trailer

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Peter (Hayes MacArthur) and Alison (Christina Hendricks) die in a car accident leaving behind their baby Sophie. They appointed Holly (Katherine Heigl) and Eric (Josh Duhamel) as the guardians.

Incidentally, Eric and Holly hate each other. But, they love Sophie. And to prevent her from going to a foster home, they decide to stay together. What follows is brilliant comedy!

Rating: Green - for quality humor. This movie has a simple story, good quality humor and a baby - which together, somehow, make it a movie you should watch.
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It Had To Be You >> 30 seconds Review and Trailer

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Charlie Hudson (Michael Vartan) is in New York doing some wedding shopping alone as his fiance Claire Parker (Joelle Carter) has to attend an urgent business meeting. Anna Penn (Natasha Henstridge) is doing the same, and alone too.

They bump into each other and there's an instant 'click'. And the weekend when they were to shop for their weddings, becomes the weekend where they find their true soulmates.

Rating: Yellow - a good timepass. A run of the mill 'finding your true love after already committing to someone else' story. But, worth a watch.
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Empire State >> 30 seconds Review and Trailer

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Chris Potamitis (Liam Hemsworth) is not able to join the police because of a blotch on his record thanks to his best friend Eddie (Michael Angarano). He ends up becoming a guard in the Empire State armored truck company instead.

After the company pays the family of his partner (who was killed on the job during an armed robbery) a fraction of the promised amount, he is left disillusioned. In this weak moment Eddie manages to convince him to rob Empire State. Things get crazy as Detective Ransome and the local mafia work hard to figure out who robbed Empire State.

Rating: Yellow - a good timepass. Well made movie with twists aplenty to keep you engaged till the end.
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A Girl Like Her >> 30 seconds Review and Trailer

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South Brookdale High School has just ranked amongst the top schools in the US. Everybody is celebrating. But, 16 year old Jessica Burns (Lexi Ainsworth) has landed up in coma, after a suicide attempt.

Amy Gallagher (Amy S. Weber) had come to make a documentary about what makes this school the best public school. Instead, she ends up trying to resolve the mystery behind Jessica's suicide attempt, and in the process surfacing a dark side of the schooling system - bullying.

Rating: Green - a gripping story makes a well made movie. The movie not only looks at the pain that the bullied undergoes, but also looks at the perspective of the bully and what makes her that. And, this is exactly what makes it a must-watch - no-one is demonised - there is depth in all characters.

If you are the parent of a young child/teenager, or, a teenager yourself, you must watch this movie.
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The Machinist >> 30 seconds Review and Trailer

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Trevor Reznik (Christian Bale) hasn't slept in a year. He thinks that everyone around him is plotting against him. Things get worse when an accident he's involved in leads to one of his colleagues losing an arm. Another incident soon after results in him getting fired. He sets out to find out who is behind his troubles, and, in the process discovers his own dark secret.

Rating: Green - a thriller that will keep you gripped onto the seat right till the end. There's nothing happy about this movie, but there's a lot that makes it a must watch. Great acting by Christian Bale. 
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Krrish 3 >> 30 seconds Review and Trailer

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Rohit Mehra (Hrithik Roshan) and Krrish (Hrithik Roshan) are once again out to save the world. Rohit - by trying to discover the secrets of Jaadu's powers and Krrish - by protecting his father and his discoveries and inventions.
But this time things get personal as Kaal (Vivek Oberoi) creates an army of mutants and kidnaps Priya (-nka Chopra).

Rating: Yellow - an okay timepass. But. still far from potential. With all the special effects they've still not been able to meet Shaktimaan standards. It's time the Roshan's figure out if they want a truly Indian superhero or one modeled on the western counterparts.
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The International >> 30 seconds Review and Trailer

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The World's biggest bank is using the money it has to fund terror and enslaving poor 3rd world nations by giving them loans they can't repay. When an informant and a colleague are killed, Louis Salinger (Clive Owen), an interpol officer decides to go outside the system. Will this work?


Rating: Yellow - a good timepass based on a rather common 'controversy theory'. While the story is good overall, for an evil supposed to be touching everyone's lives, it is not moving enough.
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Love & Other Drugs >> 30 seconds Review and Trailer

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Jamie (Jake Gyllenhaal) gets the job of a drug representative thanks to his brother. While on the job he meets Maggie (Anne Hathaway) a charming young girl he falls first in lust, and, then in love with. The twist in the tale is that she's suffering from early onset Parkinson's while he's struggling to get his career on track.

Will he marry someone who might not even be the same person some time from now?

Rating: Green - Well, it is a run of the mill "falling in love with a dying person" story, almost. This is a living with a dying person story. The screenplay, the charming actors and their believable acting make this a must watch! 
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Neighbors 2 - Sorority Rising >> Movie Review and Trailer

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Mac (Seth Rogen) and Kelly (Rose Byrne) have just sold their house as they are moving to a bigger house for the growing family (second child on the way). But, they are in the escrow period - if in 30 days the buyers notice anything that makes them uncomfortable, they can go back on the deal. If this happens, Mac and Kelly will be bankrupt.

And, just then a group of girls led by Shelby (Chloë Grace Moretz) lands in the house next doors to open an 'outside the system' sorority - Kappa Nu -where they can party and dope and so on.

Teddy (Zac Effron) who is out of job due to the his police records - thanks to Mac and Kelly who got him in during his frat days - becomes the mentor of Kappa Nu. And, fun begins.


Rating: Yellow - for the crisp screenplay and original comic scenes - watch-out for the airbags. It is also miraculous how they put a vibrator in the hands of a baby girl multiple times in the movie and survived, without much noise.
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R... Rajkumar >> Movie Review and Trailer

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Rajkumar (Shahid Kapoor ) is the right hand man of the underworld don Shivraj (Sonu Sood). He falls in love with Chanda (Sonakshi Sinha) whom Shivraj lusts. That's it.


Rating: Yellow - with barely any story, the movie is a good timepass because of its swift pace, action scenes and dialogues - "Silent ho ja, nahi to main violent ho jaunga."
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Dilwale >> Movie Review and Trailer

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Kaali (Shahrukh Khan) is the adopted son of an underworld don, his #1 soldier and the heir to his throne. He falls in love with Meera (Kajol), who turns out to be the (real) daughter of the rival gang's don. Things don't go well, they go their different ways.

Years later, Ishita (Kriti Sanon), Meera's sister and Veer (Varun Dhawan), Kaali (now Raj)'s brother fall in love with each other. They then come to know about Kaali and Meera's story and decide to bring them together.


Rating: Red - for being a really loose movie. And like most SRK movies these days, one below its potential because of some loose handling in post-production. I'm willing to forgive the time I've wasted in watching this movie for the one song - Janam Janam, and the part of the video where their cars are dancing around each other.
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Himmatwala >> Movie Review and Trailer

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Ravi (Ajay Devgan) returns to his village to seek revenge for the death of his father. And he has an affair with the daughter of his enemy. And, then the enemy tries to kill him. And, then.... it is the remake of a flop 1980s movie - you know it all.
Rating: Red - the IMDB rating for the original is 2*. The IMDB rating for this movie is 1*. The makers of the original would be happy I guess. This is the kind of melodramatic bullshit that made many people stop watching Bollywood movies at all, and it's back. The only good thing is - Sajid Khan lives upto his reputation.

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Hitler: The Rise of Evil >> Review and Trailer

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An evil child has become an evil man. And he's out to kill all the Jews and take all the women. Beware!

Rating: Red for being nothing but extremely biased propaganda material. So biased that a person watching it may start sympathizing with Hitler, because of the way in which he has been presented as a monster. The shallow characterization can be summed up as - "he's evil, he'll kill you and he'll take away your woman." A lame attempt to play with your emotions against the inhuman acts of Hitler, and win a few awards.
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Sherlock - The Abominable Bride >> Review and Trailer

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A mysterious bride is out in the city murdering people. Sherlock meanwhile is struggling to come to terms with his inner conflicts. He sets out to find the bride and prevent further murders, and, to come to terms with himself at the same time.

Rating: Yellow for good acting and screenplay. Yellow because it is somehow not gripping enough - maybe because you're expecting Sherlock to be solving cases, not his psychological problems.
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Singh Saab the Great >> Movie Review and Trailer

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Shikha Chaturvedi (Amrita Rao) is working on a breaking news about Singh Saab (Sunny Deol) - a social worker - a criminal 'missing' from jail, when she realizes the tragedy that he has gone through in life.

She then joins him in the mission to end the reign of the evil goon-politician Bhoodev Singh (Prakash Raj).

Rating: Red - all the great acting - Sunny Deol, Rajit Kapoor, Manoj Pahwa, and Prakash Raj, and the excellent music, just adds to the pain. Put them in an 'art' movie and you would have a classic. What you have instead is a melodramatic 'entertainer'. Gets a red for the sheer waste of talent.
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Once Upon A Time In Mexico >> Movie Review and Trailer

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El Mariachi (Antonio Banderas) is out to take revenge from the gang who killed his beloved. Throw in a crazy CIA official (Johnny Depp) who is out with his own personal agenda, and, some corrupt officials who are planning to kill the president and take over the country.

Rating: Yellow for a decent story, lot of good acting and bam-bam action.
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Once Upon Ay Time in Mumbai Dobaara >> Movie Review and Trailer

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Continuing from Once upon a time in Mumbai...
Shoaib (Akshay Kumar) has now become a big name in the underworld and is ruthlessly heading towards becoming the king. He finds talent in Aslam (Imran Khan) which propels him towards the top spot even faster. 
And, then he falls for a struggling starlet Jasmine (Sonakshi Sinha), who meanwhile develops a love affair with Aslam. The rest is what happens in a typical bollywood love story.


Rating: Yellow - the one thing that hits you during the movie repeatedly, if you've seen the first one, is Emraan Hashmi's absence. Akshay Kumar has just not been able to do justice to the cold character that Emraan had established. If the movie gets a Yellow its because of Imran and Sonakshi, the great dialogues and the decent screenplay.
A good time pass nevertheless.

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Editor's Pick >> It's Kind Of A Funny Story >> Crisp Movie Review and Trailer

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A 16 year old teenager having clinical depression is considering jumping off a bridge when he decides to admit himself into a psychiatric ward instead. And, then he discovers life.


The pressure of the pending prestigious 'genius' school application to meet his parents expectations, and, the pain from the crush he has on his best friend's girl-friend take a back seat. By the time his stay there ends, he has figured out things that he could look forward to - his passions in life and a romantic friendship.
Rating: Green - let's hope they keep making movies like these, and we keep watching them. Great screenplay, great acting and great humour. 
This movie is going to leave you with a smile on your face.

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Mastizaade >> Movie Review and Trailer

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Couple of sex-starved guys desperately looking to get some action meet a stud friend who shares his secrets. Then they get action, lots of it. Until they bump into the sexy (read horny) Lele twins.

If you want to watch a porn-tease movie - a movie made by a group desperately trying to make a porn video, while trying to live upto their self-image of bollywood actors - this is it.

Rating: Red - watch MSG, MSG2 and upcoming MSG3 instead. God will save you.

PS: Hoping Google doesn't block my blog for even mentioning this movie!
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