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REVIEW: Housefull is a laugh riot

June 17, 2010

Sajid Khan’s Housefull has nothing original, yet scores high on the entertainment factor. Confused? Well, let me explain. Take a bit of this and a bit of that, stir it well and garnish it; you make a fine concoction. As they say, it’s all about packaging and this time around Producer-writer Sajid Nadiadwala has done […]

REVIEW: Road, Movie is cool

March 5, 2010

This Dev Benegal film is a joy ride

REVIEW: Gauri – The unborn

March 5, 2010

This horror film makes you laugh when you are meant to be scared

OSCAR 2010 REVIEW: Amelia

February 16, 2010

This Hilary Swank-Richard Gere film is shockingly unsatisfactory and dragging

Oscar 2010 REVIEW: Broken Embraces

February 10, 2010

Penelope’s good, but this film is nowhere close to Almodovar’s previous works

OSCAR 2010 REVIEW: Julie & Julia

February 5, 2010

The film seems to have been tailor-made for Meryl Streep, who puts her soul into it

REVIEW: Ishqiya

January 29, 2010

You are bound to fall in love with Khalujaan and Babban

REVIEW: Road To Sangam

January 28, 2010

It’s a journey worth exploring

REVIEW: Salman-Mithun rock in VEER

January 22, 2010

The film may open very well at single screens because of Salman’s popularity

REVIEW: Rituparno Ghosh’s latest, Abohomaan

December 22, 2009

“One can see more layers in Abohomaan (The Eternal) than my previous film Shob Charitro Kalponik,” declared Rituparno Ghosh just before the screening of his latest film at MAMI, Mumbai Film Fest. The statement was potent enough to spark the curiosity of the audience sitting inside the theatre. For those who had seen Shob Charitro…[READREVIEW: […]