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Review : Knight And Day

9 July 2010 2:35 AM, PDT | DearCinema.com | See recent DearCinema.com news »

Knight And Day

Knight & Day is an awful reminder of two facts - that summer is still on, the season in which anything goes, and that computer wizardry and marketing blitzkrieg seems to be overtaking simple storytelling.

The Vanilla Sky pair, Tom Cruise & Cameron Diaz, comes back together in this action-comedy where the story lurches forward bit by bit in a series of wanton violent outbursts involving Cruise, the good federal agent and Peter Sarsgaard, the rogue federal agent. Cameron Diaz is roped in simply as a victim of her circumstances who doesn’t really seem to mind all the madness going around her. But wait, what are these guys fighting about? Frankly in such films it doesn’t matter, but if you must know, it’s a sort of an energiser battery that never runs out of juice - a perpetual and clean source of energy. It’s a case of Chekov’s Gun, »

- Faiz Ullah

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Review: Road, Movie

7 March 2010 7:47 AM, PST | DearCinema.com | See recent DearCinema.com news »

Road, Movie

The comma spliced title of the film kept me intrigued for quite some time. The nitpicker in me hit the books to find a reason as to why the words 'road' and 'movie' are separated by a comma? Here's what I found out: It has to do with a train. Train of thought. "You're looking good, let's go have some coffee" doesn't necessarily mean "you're looking good so let's go and have some coffee". The readers are free to make their own connections between the two fragments/ideas, separated by the comma, in the first example. While in the other the connection is made more than apparent. This kind of construction of sentences - paratactic syntax - is usually employed by poets to juxtapose different kinds of imagery to fire up the readers' imagination. Cutting short this aside in linguistics, I think it's a brilliant and a promising title, »

- Faiz Ullah

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