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Tabrez Noorani rescued victims of human trafficking before making a film on the subject

6 June 2016 3:58 AM, PDT | BollywoodHungama | See recent BollywoodHungama news »

Filmmaker and the line producer of such global hits as Slumdog Millionaire and The Life Of Pi, Tabrez Noorani has personally rescued sex workers and girls caught in human trafficking racket from brothels in India.

He is now in the process of completing a feature film on the subject. Tabrez says the entire cast jumped into the project without bothering with the benefits. Rajkummar Rao plays a character based on the director. Admits Tabrez bashfully, "Yes, Rajkummar's characters attempts to rescue sex workers and girls trapped in human trafficking. I did the same."

Tabrez Noorani can't believe his good fortune. "I've waited 12 years to make Love Sonia. The subject, human trafficking is very close to my heart. I've researched, visited brothels, and even rescued sex workers from the flesh trade with the help of NGOs. This is the film I've always wanted to direct." But something or the other always stopped Tabrez. »

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8 Annoying Things to Say to a Woman Who Travels Alone

6 April 2016 1:35 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

I like to travel by myself, and this does not mean I'm sad or reckless or trying to be Julia Roberts in Eat Pray Love. (I am sad and reckless but for reasons unrelated to travel.) Since I was 17, I've saved money and schemed up grand travel adventures for myself. I've worked my way across Italy, teaching English to small children and eating pizza three times a day. I've fed baguettes to goats and planted potatoes on a farm in Southern France. I've lived in a one-bedroom apartment on the Adriatic Sea in a a Croatian town that smelled predominantly of sauerkraut. »

- Maria Yagoda, @mariayagoda

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8 Annoying Things to Say to a Woman Who Travels Alone

6 April 2016 1:35 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

I like to travel by myself, and this does not mean I'm sad or reckless or trying to be Julia Roberts in Eat Pray Love. (I am sad and reckless but for reasons unrelated to travel.) Since I was 17, I've saved money and schemed up grand travel adventures for myself. I've worked my way across Italy, teaching English to small children and eating pizza three times a day. I've fed baguettes to goats and planted potatoes on a farm in Southern France. I've lived in a one-bedroom apartment on the Adriatic Sea in a a Croatian town that smelled predominantly of sauerkraut. »

- Maria Yagoda, @mariayagoda

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Whiskey Tango Foxtrot | Review

4 March 2016 10:00 AM, PST | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

Where They From: Ficarra & Requa and the Privileged Perspective

Cinematic depictions of the ongoing conflict(s) in the Middle East continue to be a touchy subject, particularly for those English language illustrations daring to convey a certain satirical element involving the U.S. presence there. While pleasing everyone is never a possibility, there are several elements about Glenn Ficarra and John Requa’s Whiskey Tango Foxtrot which could have been easily remedied to avoid inarguable ire, namely with its severely miscast supporting actors. Based on the 2011 memoirs of journalist Kim Barker, The Taliban Shuffle: Strange Days in Afghanistan and Pakistan, this is provocative subject matter made all the more alluring by the self-aware talents of Tina Fey doing her best to subvert our expectations of a white, privileged perspective. Overall, the end product has too many glaring demerits to warrant praise, but as a showcase for a well-rounded serious »

- Nicholas Bell

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Film Review: ‘Whiskey Tango Foxtrot’

28 February 2016 5:00 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

The title of “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot” is in some ways more interesting to contemplate than the movie itself: Some will immediately recognize it as military-alphabet-speak for “Wtf,” while its jammed-together three-word construction may remind others of “Eat Pray Love” or “Zero Dark Thirty” — two movies that, improbable as it sounds, are among the many disparate influences here. Starring a game but tamped-down Tina Fey as a journalist embedded in Afghanistan in the mid-2000s, this haphazard fish-out-of-water dramedy tries to show how the rush of war can become its own weird escape from reality, but never really hits the surreal, satirical groove it’s aiming for. And despite the script’s direct acknowledgment that it’s telling a “white-American-lady story,” the movie never quite shakes off a glib, incurious outsider’s perspective that can tilt into outright cluelessness, particularly where some of its more egregious casting choices are concerned.

While »

- Justin Chang

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How To Be Single Review

11 February 2016 12:41 AM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

If a romantic comedy called How to Be Single sounds rather baldly antithetical, that’s because the title is a bit of a misnomer. No, the commercials didn’t overtly deceive you: this is a glossy, New York-set ensemble rom-com, and it is populated by an assortment of camera-ready, charismatic actors, all of whom play single folk struggling to navigate the Big Apple’s hectic dating scene. Its characters are also all flying solo, for a variety of reasons and with wide-ranging levels of success.

But when it comes to actually instructing audiences in the ways of the lonely heart, the movie, directed by Christian Ditter, doesn’t have a clue. Its title would have been more accurate with punctuation added, so that it would appear less like a college seminar course (How to Be Single) and more like the socially regressive, queasily single-shaming lament it actually is for most of its length (How? »

- Isaac Feldberg

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Film Review: ‘How to Be Single’

10 February 2016 10:00 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Early in “How to Be Single,” workaholic Manhattan doctor Meg (Leslie Mann) tells her regretfully single sister, Alice (Dakota Johnson), to stop watching “Sex and the City” — a wink-wink inside joke not only because they’re starring in an adaptation of the first novel by that show’s writer and story editor, Liz Tuccillo, but also because in every respect, Christian Ditter’s film plays like a condensed, slapdash version of that HBO hit. Following four women — three of whom know each other, one of whom is wholly unrelated — as they attempt to navigate relationships, careers and one-night stands, this awkward hybrid of romantic comedy and ribald girls-just-wanna-have-fun romp is so scattershot that it never earns any of its eventual heartstring tugging. Though facing little in the way of female-centric theatrical competition, its thin plotting and general dearth of laughs will likely inspire only unflattering comparisons to the escapades of Carrie Bradshaw and company. »

- Nick Schager

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Elizabeth Gilbert on Her New Fan-Written Essay Collection - And Why Eat, Pray, Love Is Not an 'Elitist Fantasy'

19 January 2016 10:10 AM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Elizabeth Gilbert's fans have helped answer a question a decade in the making for the author of the beloved bestselling memoir Eat, Pray, Love - why did this book touch so many lives? In honor of the memoir's 10-year anniversary, the author invited readers to share short essays about their life-changing, Eat, Pray, Love-inspired adventures. The result, a new anthology called Eat Pray Love Made Me Do It, reduced Gilbert to tears. "I was thrilled to finally have in my own mind an answer to the question that I've been trying to answer for 10 years - why Eat, Pray, Love was such a success, »

- Tierney McAfee, @tierneymcafee

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Elizabeth Gilbert on Her New Fan-Written Essay Collection - And Why Eat, Pray, Love Is Not an 'Elitist Fantasy'

19 January 2016 10:10 AM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Elizabeth Gilbert's fans have helped answer a question a decade in the making for the author of the beloved bestselling memoir Eat, Pray, Love - why did this book touch so many lives? In honor of the memoir's 10-year anniversary, the author invited readers to share short essays about their life-changing, Eat, Pray, Love-inspired adventures. The result, a new anthology called Eat Pray Love Made Me Do It, reduced Gilbert to tears. "I was thrilled to finally have in my own mind an answer to the question that I've been trying to answer for 10 years - why Eat, Pray, Love was such a success, »

- Tierney McAfee, @tierneymcafee

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Spotlight movie review: all the pope’s men

6 January 2016 1:36 PM, PST | www.flickfilosopher.com | See recent FlickFilosopher news »

An elegy for old-school reportage and the people who pursue it, and a journalistic procedural with a snappy rush of urgent discovery and consequence. I’m “biast” (pro): partial to stories about journalists, love the cast

I’m “biast” (con): nothing

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)

For me, this kind of story is why we do this.” So says Liev Schreiber as Marty Baron, the editor of the Boston Globe newspaper on the eve of the publication, in January 2002, of a story the team of investigative journalists in the paper’s Spotlight department had been working on for months. It would crack open the coverup of pedophile priests in the Catholic Church in Boston, led to the revelations of similar coverups around the U.S. and across the planet, and would go on to win a Pulitzer Prize in 2003. But “this kind of story »

- MaryAnn Johanson

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