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)”
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.”
Vivek Oberoi: They said they’ll sign me for Fool n Final if I succeed in this screen test. Continue reading “Deewane Huye Paagal (2005) – Abridged Review”
A first day fan, that I like to call myself, I would never miss the first show of a film starring Shah Rukh Khan. I always want to know the film before others, so I can defend it. The act of defence began since Jab Tak Hai Jaan I believe, people started talking about how the man had lost his Midas touch. I, on the other hand relentlessly stood up for him.
Some fodder for a naive mind.
As we all know, JIO was the new it thing late last year when they announced affordable 4G data plans with free calling forever for users who were struggling for MBs with their 3G data providers.
But that wasn’t the highlight of the deal. Continue reading “Reviewing the benefits of not using JIO.”
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.”