The film is a modern day spin on the 1980 Hrishikesh Mukherjee comedy-drama and will star Sonam Kapoor in the lead.
ARY Films has entered into a joint venture agreement with Mind Works Media to produce “hi-octane” Pakistani movies.
Yes, the cast of “Insidious” sees dead people. Almost everyone in every horror movie do.
Humanity is trashed by the difference in social classes and dull-witted tyranny.
The bow and the arrows come out again, to satisfy television ratings and please totalitarian powers that be. (insert...
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“The Dark World” settles for tourist spots, alien locales and a lot of popcorn selling action.
A bloody, grand, color-splashed spin on William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.
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In 2009, Captain Phillips was taken hostage by Somali pirates - This is his incredible story of survival.
Most of it is tiringly clichéd, ripped off from Marvel and DC comics and stick-glued together.
From the sets to the unflinching script, to the performances, "Shahid" has the looks of a pre-cooked motion picture.
The new nostalgia prone, action-comedy, slow-motion flying kicks come as often as overly loud in-your-face humor.
At about forty minutes into “Waar”, I was compelled to ‘tweet’ MY status; the expletive-free version here...
Two girls, one belonging to the Dovers and the other to the Birch’s, have disappeared without a trace.
Some days writing about a movie is just too easy: case in point “Besharam” (Shameless).
Their relationship is of a push-and-pull mechanism – a lever system that winds them up in tandem.
Being a family-friendly ‘masala’ the hero thrashes villains without building up perspiration or messing up his hair.
People move on. It’s one of the most dependable things about evolving tastes and film franchises. About 10 years...
What works for “Zinda Bhaag” is its full-circle theory. We see people – not characters – pushing through a system