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A real good movie viewing experience
A very well written story,solid direction by srijit with a visually tempting execution..with stupendous performances by the lead and supporting casts. Nice composition, Rare Suspense, Good Climax, Remarkable mix up between reel and real.Great story , superb performance by actors.. Mesmerising plot, unexpected twists and turns and melodious songs.. makes it worth watching.A great movie by Sreejit Mukherjee. Unexpected thriller. No doubt amazing acts. Songs are superb. Every thing is perfect. Many many thanks to Sreejit Mukherjee for giving us this types of wonderful movies. All the best.Overall a fantastic movie which will satisfy everyone and its worth your money.
KICK (Bland & Awful) Shame of Bollywood
Devi Lal aka Salman Searches for kick(adrenaline rush) here and there then he founds Jackline our heroine.Their chemistry was bad with worst songs of the year to support with.Then there is Mithun da as Salmans father with nothing to do at all & Nawaz as the prime antagonist And an excellent actor like him has a mere 10 min presence in the whole movie.Coming to the story (is their is any of it!).My 1 stars is for Hooda ji who has been very good in this meandering story. With poor editing, dull action scenes dull despite the hype.One of the worst movies that you can possibly watch. Movies like this should be banned. Salman Khan should seriously put some thought into the type of movies he choose. Instead watch QUEEN,Hasee To Phasee, Special 26 which although low budgeted but have good story and heart Which is now seriously missing in Big Budgeted movies.
Hasee Toh Phasee (2014)
Simple yet Charming
Hansee To Phasee: A different take on Bollywood's quintessential Love story. What happens when Karan Johar and Anurag Kashyap (Phantom Productions) come together?
..One production which produces larger than life Bollywood saga and another who are more into small budget realistic Cinema, not like big budgeted DHOOM 3 with no story at all & the Recent KICK which was unbearable.
The story and screenplay by Harshvardhan Kulkarni goes few notches higher for brilliantly writing the lead characters and the screenplay has some remarkable moments like all the sequences of Nikhil and Meeta 's interactions or the sequence when Meeta re-unites with her father. It is the performances that make the movie a worthwhile watch especially Pareeniti Chopra's portrayal of Meeta is just excellent and takes the movie to a different level, right from her body language to the way she talks everything is PERFECT, it won't be a too much to say that she is the 'Jaan' of the movie. Sidharth Malhotra in his second movie shows an exemplary growth in his performance and suits the role of Nikhil to the "T".Fresh performances, good treatment , good direction. Sidharth Malhotra is an underrated actor and I guess he has good years ahead of him, Parineti Chopra as usual energetic and fresh. In all a fantastic watch.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014)
Cover was amazing but not the Book
As a Spidey fan and I am really disappointed by the film.The amazing spiderman 2 is probably the worst movie in spiderman series. The movie is so predictable that 'the beginning was its end'.The storyline of the film felt very weak with tons of characters clustered in the whole movie. I did not like how they still continued with the whole thing about what happened to peter's parents they died get over it. I did not think it was a good move or the right moment to kill off a major character that makes the movie work so well with their presence. The film was still entertaining and it had good fighting action sequences. I thought the special and visual effects were totally amazing. I still felt the script and dialogue was very lazy and it had no character development.Here's some flaws:
How electro got the power of invisiblity.
How harry got to electro with just 2 guards knockout.
The opening scene where spiderman jokes with this 'villain' is absurd. Risking lives to joke with him as he drives a van of radioactive material through the town.
Lastly The Amazing Spiderman 2 may have its moments but it fails to prove as 'Amazing' as promised by the title.
Love in the time of Destruction
Pompeii is a great movie spectacle with good direction acting and a good deal of special effects having all the ingredients to be a very good movie which it is.The love story itself is forgettable and cheesy. But that is only incidental compared to what you can watch this movie for - its fight scenes and cataclysmic climax, both produced and recreated in good detail. Anderson cleverly cuts to the increasingly ominous rumblings of Mount Vesuvius whenever the story is in danger of dragging, to re-focus on the movie's focal point. It's not a great film, but it makes for a decent hour and forty minutes of entertainment. It's a huge improvement over THREE MUSKETEERS 3D (thankfully modern slang is mostly absent here) and will probably satisfy genre fans who just want eye candy. Keep your expectations in check and you should have a good time.
Lone Survivor (2013)
Solely Touching & Bombastic Movie
Lone Survivor a Breathtaking, often unbearably brutal account of a June 2005 military mission that claimed the lives of 19 U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan's Kunar province.The movie is absolutely filled to the brim with action, emotion, and decent acting.Watching each of them falls is heartbreaking, with some breathtaking camera work and stunts, we see, hear, and feel every bullet zoom by, every burst of fire, and every bone shatter.The gun fights are very good, again you get the feeling of been there with them and having the fear of danger.The real acting came from Ben Foster and the others. Foster was excellent! Eric Bana strong support.Wahlberg was very good, He does injury and pain well, but not so much when he need to be vulnerable.Lastly a truly well made brilliant movie that is an extremely satisfying watch.
The Conjuring (2013)
Scare at its best
The problem with most modern horror films is that they've stopped trying to scare you; they want to gross you out instead with elaborate and explicit torture and killings.The Conjuring gives an adrenaline rush to your body with few scary scenes and spooky moments.It is Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga are the soul of the film especially Farmiga. She is fill of expression and gives in a great performance as Lorraine.It's the subtle and steady build-up of suspense and psychological tension, coupled with sudden spine-chilling scares and dramatic silences that make you go numb with fear.Much to our satisfaction, filmmaker James Wan's (Saw, Insidious) direction defies the done-to-death horror movie clichés that have so far caused most people to disregard the genre.
Man of Steel (2013)
This time Superman really returns
With the beginning itself the movie is engrossing. The Krypton is a visual delight. Screenplay by David S. Goyer is fantastic & direction by Zack Snyder is superb. Background Score by Hans Zimmer is fantastic & perfectly blends with the scenes. Kevin Costner & Diane Lane proved to be good parents to Cavill as Jonathan & Martha Kent.The 3-D effects were nice and CGI were fantastic.A wonderful scripted movie beautifully executed by great actors. A hugely impressive and entertaining story of arguably the most powerful character in the superhero pantheon (and also one of the biggest pop culture icons), it's clear that the Man of Steel is here to stay.
Jack the Giant Slayer (2013)
A Fantastic Movie For The Whole Family
I watched Jack the giant slayer without much expectation but was surprised to see to fulfill my expectation.It was a nice and interesting movie. The script was the combination of the two fairy tales -"Jack the Giant Killer" & "Jack and the Beanstalk". All the actors have played their parts very well. Ian McShane as King Brahmwell was first unrecognizable as he was last seen in POTC:4 as the pirate Blackbeard. Nicholas Hoult (Jack) and Eleanor Tomlinson (Princess Isabelle) were convincing. Ewan McGregor as Elmont outshone them all. The giants were nicely animated.The Special effects were good,last but not the least it's entertaining.
Dark Shadows (2012)
Its good but.......
I went on to see Dark Shadows with much expectation but it did not deliver 100%.Firstly the acting by Johnny Depp was very good as always,Eva Green also acted well as the cunning witch,rest of the cast performed accordingly.Story was also good but it lacked depth,the movie did not know whether it is a comedy or a horror movie.Dark Shadows is undeniably entertaining and nothing else. There are things that could have been better.Dir. by Tim Burton was not up to the mark,he needed to make the movie more compact.The horror aside - there's nothing to make you bite your nails - Dark Shadows clearly works on three fronts. First, is the picturesque setting then the acting and visual effect.
Men in Black 3 (2012)
Men in Black Welcome back
A fantastic movie with a fabulous plot and perfectly believable characters. Will Smith is the real entertainer and an incredibly talented actor while Tommy Lee Jones projects the best of subtle aging character of the MIB. The concept is amazing, the connectivity is thoughtful and some comic punches are really rib tickling while some make you laugh. MIB3 is such surreal that it actually succeeds in inducing a thought in the viewers' minds that Aliens do exist and MIB exists too.The special effects are good. A must see for all age groups.Not forgot to mention Josh Brolin as young K was perfect.Director Barry sonnenfeld has done a good job too.
The Bourne Ultimatum (2007)
The Bourne Ultimatum' is arguably the best of the Bourne Trilogies. The story is superbly structured where the stunts and action scenes are well co-ordinated to ensure you stay at adrenaline through out the movie. The sheer thrill of story line in which Jason Bourne(Matt Damon) finally traces his roots to David Webb is spell binding and the desperation to find out his identity brings a class to Matt Damon's performance.Superb action sequences... cool shaky camera moves.This third film in the Bourne trilogy is a relentless action stunner which doesn't let you sit back for a moment.Excellent screenplay powered with some breathtaking stunts. A winner all the way!
The Woman in Black (2012)
A Chilling movie
The Woman in Black is a well written well acted horror movie,Radcliffe is amazing as Arthur Kipps subtle and restrained.The haunted house in the middle of nowhere is enough to send chills down your spine. And if that's not all, there is a lot of eeriness to choose from: the bad omen (black crow), creaking of an empty armchair.Dir. James Watkins has done a clever job by giving fright in regular intervals, so there's no boring part.Dan is superb,so mature it is difficult to believe he is only 22,although i would not have expected any less from him.the element of surprise is used very wisely,and the building up of tension makes you wish you could step up to Arthur and say--'Please leave this horrible place and go back!'.
A solid movie
I went to see Immortals without much expectation but it was solid entertainment.In the acting department Henry Cavill, Mickey Rourke,Luke evans were good.the dir. has done a good job.Though the story line was average,Technically it's slick: the effective use of 3D in the crucial battle scenes makes the on screen action flow stunningly in slow motion. The standout scene is when Theseus dashes straight into Hyperion's army.All in all it's a visual treat.Immortals is far from unwatchable, thanks mostly to its arresting visuals and a thrilling climatic battle scene.So a very good movie can be enjoyed without taking it much seriously.
The Three Musketeers (2011)
3 cheers for musketeers,
I saw The Three Musketeers and enjoyed every bit of it.The actors Parthos ( Ray Stevenson), Athos (Mathew MacFadyen) and Aramis ( Luke Evans)D'Artagnan ( Logan Lerman)were very good in their respective roles.Orlando,Mila were equally good. The special effects really keep you on the edge of your seat. Case in point: The fireball sequences and the theft of the necklace under UV rays.The movie had good special effects accompanied with terrific action sequences,Paul W.s.Anderson the Dir. has done a fair job.Fight sequences are the highlight of this movie.Excellent choreography and effective use of bullet time makes these fight sequences exceptional.An old story told with modern finesse.
A Spectacular Gripping tale
I saw this movie without much expectation but was thrilled to see what came my way.it is the fact that this must be one of the warmest and most humane sci fie fantasies of late that makes Rise of the Planet of the Apes such a gripping saga.James Franco always manages to add that special touch to his roles, makes his character even more appealing. Freida Pinto stays mostly in the background but does have a piquant charm of her own. But the revelation was Andy Serkis in the role of caesar, he was outstanding.Watch the apes storm across the Golden Gate bridge, chase cars, smash them down, jump into helicopters, tear them apart and send the super human species reeling for cover and you have relentless moments of high drama on screen. Equally enthralling is the secret uprising in the animal facility where Caesar infuses a sense of dignity in the rest of the apes who are used to being maltreated by the cruel handlers.This one's both a mass entertainer and a film with a high intelligent quotient.
A solid action Thriller
I went to theaters to see M:I 4 but i was not disappointed.Action has always been the high point of the Mission Impossible series. But this kind of action: Wow! The new film is essentially a relentless roller-coaster ride that doesn't give you a moment to sit back and keeps the adrenalin pumping to dizzy heights as Tom Cruise gets on his regular mission of saving the world, one more time.Paula Patton, Jeremy Renner & Simon Pegg are good but Tom Cruise steals the show.The technology is new which gives a good support to the movie. Cruise's ability to perform the most death- defying stunts and an abundance of sheer luck which redefines the word 'impossible' as 'possible'. the director managed to keep the stunts scenes pouring in at regular intervals so there is no boredom.All and all a great movie which is a must watch for everyone.
An epic end of Magnificent Saga
I was Quite thrilled to watch the the series end.The three musketeers have grown and given their best in this final film.while Alan Rikman perfectly portrayed the character of Severus Snape, his memories is the heart of the film.special effects are rocking.The whole movie looked spectacular! The cinematography extremely well done, the art direction was incredible. The movie was beautiful to look at, the visuals were spectacular and truly Oscar worthy! The set designers, cinematographers really need to be awarded for their work, because it looks like they spend of time and money on the look of the film. Neville cutting the head of Nagina is the show stealer.Dir. David Yates shows his brilliance in this film after a bit let down in Half Blood Prince.Sure it is the end of an era and even i clapped when the movie ended and happy with the winning of good over evil.