Category Archives: Movie Reviews

They’ve got no bullets! This film was a pleasant surprise for once. Not because of the action but because of the deeper meaning. The train is actually a metaphor of the present world in which we live. A life that goes forward in a swift tempo for many. The train is actually a reflection of […]

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I see only samurai before me. After reading some reviews about “47 Ronin”, I expected a terrible Hollywood attempt to make a film about a Japanese legend. In the international press, the movie has been mercilessly, how appropriate, put to the sword. Some of the jargon on “Rotten Tomatoes” : cloddish, dour, tedious to watch, […]

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In the glorious tradition of stoner comedies like “Pineapple Express” comes “Dr. 420!” This satirihttp://www.dead4movie.com/wp-admin/themes.phpcal look at the medical marijuana industry stars comic legend Lin Shaye (There’s Something About Mary, Dumb & Dumber, Kingpin, Insidious) in one of her most outrageous performances as an unhinged medical marijuana doctor with a thing for bodily fluids. “Dr. […]

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Shootout at Wadala a- Bollywood action crime drama film written and directed by Sanjay Gupta has finally released. The movie stars John Abraham, Anil Kapoor, Tusshar Kapoor, Kangana Ranaut in the leads. So check out this exclusive review. IMDB – http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2301155/ REVIEW – http://tartle.info/3627/-shootout-at-wadala-review.html Directed by Sanjay Gupta Writing credits (in alphabetical order) Sanjay Bhatia screenplay […]

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Last Tango in Paris (1973) Direcor: Bernardo Bertolucci Metro Golden Myre (MGM) Marlon Barndo, Maria Schneider After humanity entered the condition called post-modernity where there is no certainty in human relationships, what man experiences today is a pure psychological rupture. The present turmoil in the life-world mostly insists individuals to embrace death as a mode […]

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Shrek (2001) Directed: Andrew Adamson/ Vicky Jenson Mike Myers, Eddies Murphy, Cameron Diaz We always encounter the very opposite of what we expect. It is very natural that in the popular cartoon- animated movie Shrek (2001) ‘the unexpected’ becomes the Real (impossible to imagine). Princess Fiona was expecting her handsome ‘Lord’ to come and rescue […]

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What makes the movie Cast Away (2000) by Robert Zemeckis remained in our hearts for a long time is the fact that Chuck, the protagonist, after so many adventures and personal losses, returns the FedEx parcel to the right destination with a note ‘this parcel saved my life’. By this time, this parcel might not […]

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Too depressive to watch? The Road (2009), directed by John Hillcoat is actually a great and exceptional post apocalyptic movie with a serious and realistic approach on “how would people survive if there would be a total devastation of natural resources” The movie gives us a simple answer – we’re all doomed! Watch it online! The […]

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Too much of blue for disaster? I think that Waterworld is kind of an underrated movie. Well from the stand point of post-apocalypses genre the movie does less than the Road for example. However if you compare its time and 35 mm spectacle – yes the Waterworld is a cope with Mad Max 2! First […]

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Django Unchained (2012)   1      Production year: 2012 2      Country: USA 3      Directors: Quentin Tarantino 4      Cast: Amber Tamblyn, Bruce Dern, Christoph Waltz, Don Johnson, James Russo, Jamie Foxx, Jonah Hill, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Kerry Washington, Kurt Russell, Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert Carradine, Samuel L Jackson, Zoe Bell “Django Unchained” is a western drama film produced in […]

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