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Movie review by Rashid Irani Frozen

Inspired by the 19th century fable The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Andersen this animated musical may be excessively sweet but it doesnt induce the fatigue factor at all      visit the original news site that the content was syndicated from Read More »

Movie review by Anupama Chopra: Bullett Raja

Bullett Raja has flashes of fire but mostly it seems to be hobbled by a misguided sense of machismo. Everyone struts – including Vidyut Jamwal who makes an appearance as a dynamic cop – but no one goes anywhere.      visit the original news site that the content was syndicated from Read More »

Movie review: Frozen is both old and new-age Disney

Frozen does something feature films do not – break stereotypes. A delightful Disney animation, Chris Buck’s Frozen is a reinvented folk tale based on Hans Christian Andersen’s The Snow Queen. Critics applaud the film for its refreshing perspective.      visit the original news site that the content was syndicated from Read More »

Movie review by Anupama Chopra: Satya 2

Watching Satya 2 is like being bludgeoned. It’s morally specious and unintentionally comical. While the men kill and glower, the women serve tea and flash skin. I say, stay at home and revisit the original, writes Anupama Chopra.      visit the original news site that the content was syndicated from Read More »

Movie review: Ender’s Game by Rashid Irani

Much of the films’ appeal comes from the forceful performance of Asa Butterfield. Harrison Ford as a ruthless colonel passes muster, while Ben Kingsley, sporting Maori face tattoos, manages to register a strong screen presence.      visit the original news site that the content was syndicated from Read More »

Movie Review: Amour by Rashid Irani

An unflinching depiction of the agony faced by an octogenarian couple, Amour is one of the most compassionate films about ageing ever made. Simply put, Amour is unmissable.      visit the original news site that the content was syndicated from Read More »

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