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For thousands of years, only religion has offered an answer to what happens after death. Science is about to change that. With the help of a physicist, a blind medium, and Thomas Edison's ... See full summary »
A girl wakes up after a car crash. Her younger brother has disappeared. As she promised him, she boards a cargo ship to find a new life. Then the shady Gábor crosses her path. A surreal trip on the fragile edge of life and death.
Set in the 1980s, an estranged family hires a cult deprogrammer to take back their teenage son from a murderous cult, but find themselves under siege when the cultists surround their cabin, demanding the boy back.
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Puppets. Pixels. Anime. Live action. Stock footage. - Lumpennerd Johannes Grenzfurthner gives an ideotaining cinematic revue about important political concepts. Everyone is talking about ... See full summary »
Set in 1846 on a remote island off the west coast of Scotland, a heavy storm causes a merchant ship to sink. The film opens with its three survivors rowing through a think early morning ... See full summary »
Simmba is an orphan from Shivgadh from where our beloved Singham was born and raised. Contrary to the philosophies of Singham, Simmba believes that a Corrupt Officer's life is an ideal life which inspires him to become one. While Simmba enjoys all the perks of being an immoral and unethical Police Officer, a twist in the tale transforms him and forces him to choose the righteous path.
In a year which has delivered good movies like Stree, Andhadhun & Badhai Ho and marred by substandard films like Zero, TOH & Race 3, I must admit that I went to see Simmba with mixed expectations. From that stand point, Simmba has outdone itself and turns out to be a decently good film with a strong social message 👍. Though the script offers nothing new, the dialogues are funny in the first half & pretty intense in the second. The comic element in the movie helps you keep a smile on your face all through to the interval. The second half makes you go through a range of emotions from anger to feeling satisfied with how the script unfolds. Ranveer Singh delivers a good performance but Sonu Sood steals the show with an amazing performance in a negative role. I won't be surprised if the latter bags an award or two for his performance. Sara Ali Khan's role is inconsequential and adds nothing but glamour to the film. Her role is too short for anyone to figure if she's any good. As a result, I'm left wondering that for a movie which intends to stand up for women, why would you use the female lead in the same film for glamour & serve as the love interest of the protagonist and nothing else. Disappointing! The direction is good & so are the support casts (especially Ashutosh Rana & Siddhartha Jadhav). Music is a let down. I mean, come on guys...I miss the good old days when we used to hear original scores. All we hear nowadays are remakes of old songs! What a shame! Overall, Simmba is an entertainer and a good family watch this year end 😊. So go ahead and grab a ticket!
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