Ahh, drugs. One of those movies that leave you confused whether to sympathise with the protagonist or to just be a sadist and watch his exploits. The movie is about a struggling writer (been there) suffering through writer’s block (I feel ya), till his girlfriend leaves him because he’s lazy, under-achieving and broke (yeah, let’s not go there.) Continue reading “Limitless (2011)”
My first reaction to watching this film was dafuq did i just see?
How I got to watching the movie is a story weirder than the movie. The girlfriend while deciding what we should watch animatedly asked me if I’d seen a particular movie. And I hadn’t. Few days forward, while I was on my movie watching spree I stumbled upon ’12 Monkeys’ on Netflix. Continue reading “12 Monkeys (1995)”
Hey ya’ll, we’re back.
Why we’ve not been active is a mystery. And when you uncover this mystery, it’s going to get weird. Just like the movie we’re going to talk about today.
Possibly the best spin-off of the X-men series. With a character like Wolverine it’s extremely difficult to be satisfied with the conclusion of his saga. Continue reading “Let’s just talk about Logan for a minute.”
A dozen news channels
A hundred quora questions
Tens of specials on Star Sports
What new did Sachin – A Billion Dreams have to offer? Let’s find out.
One of the most underrated romantic comedies bollywood has produced if not one of the most unique.
When was the last time you saw a mainstream family comedy where the protagonists were ex-drug addicts or financial leaches? Continue reading “Hasee Toh Phasee (2014) – The stoner comedy we needed.”
5 years later a dead fandom comes to life and in the most magical way possible.
I still remember when the eight year old me sat in one of the old cinema seats to watch one of my favourite books come to life on the big screen; the anticipation, the barely contained excitement, the awe at finally getting to see the magical world that I had imagined and built up in my mind for a few years. Continue reading “Fantastic Beasts And Where to Find Them (2016)”
Movies are often guilty of being too different from their trailers and usually end up disappointing movie-goers.
Passengers is exactly the opposite of that. The movie is guilty of being too much like the trailer.
Continue reading “Passengers (2017) Review: Give it a Pass.”
Amitabh Bachchan wrote an open letter to his granddaughters recently.
Talking about topics like sexism, gender stereotyping and basically allowing them to follow their dreams and marrying based on their choice among other things. That’s a very sweet gesture by a grandfather.
Read an excerpt here:
Except only the fact that he shared it online, just around his movie release, Continue reading “Of Open Letters, Movie Promotions & Ironies”
OMG is the closest ‘Bollywood’ has ever gone towards a religious satire while pleasing and displeasing people from both sides of the coin. Continue reading “OMG – Oh My God! (2012)”