Movie Reviews

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    2

    Somewhere buried deep inside Mickey Virus is an entertaining story about a lazy computer hacker in Delhi who is enlisted by the cops to crack a complex multiple-murder case and discovers that all is not what it seems.

    Views : 64,678
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    3.5

    Mehta skillfully captures the Kafkaesque circus of Indian courts, with lawyers arguing, judges attempting to keep order and undertrials languishing in jail. Anupama Chopra writes.

    Views : 13,370
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    3.5

    Rajkumar Yadav-starrer movie finally hits theatres today. Coming from Anurag Kashyap’s camp, who has produced the film, a lot of expectations are attached to Shahid. Read on.

    Views : 18,097
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    2

    India's first war comedy is out in theatres. Based on a noble and interesting idea, War Chhod Na Yaar brings Soha Ali Khan, Sharman Joshi and Javed Jaffrey in one frame. How have they fared?

    Views : 12,208
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    1

    There are some things that I never thought I would see in a movie — like Vijay and Sher Khan playing a video game. Let me explain. Vijay is Hindi cinema’s original angry young man.

    Views : 1,957
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    2

    Director Anthony D’Souza’s remake of Malayalam blockbuster Pokkiri Raja has a purposefully illogical but interesting story — well, somewhat interesting until the interval.

    Views : 20,635
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    3

    Riding high on the success of films like Rowdy Rathore, Akshay Kumar is expected to entertain the masses with Boss, that also boasts of promising actors like Ronit Roy, Danny Denzongpa, Pankaj Tripathi, Mithun Chakraborty, Johnny Lever and Parikshit Sahni.

    Views : 36,528
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    4

    Poignant, Powerful The Lunchbox is my favourite love story of the year. It’s sweet, sad and deeply aching. Debutant director Ritesh Batra captures the harrowing loneliness that a metropolis like Mumbai fosters, the hope of happiness that glimmers and enables us to go on.

    Views : 3,039
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    2

    War Chhod Na Yaar, a satire on constantly warring India and Pakistan, has a few fun moments. Debutant writer-director Faraz Haider creates a genuinely nice scene in which soldiers on opposite sides of the barbed wire play antakshri. Anupama Chopra writes.

    Views : 8,291
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    1.5

    I thought that in the age of Google, filmmakers would be reluctant to flat-out steal someone else’s work. Without a hint of discomfort, debutant director Ahishor Solomon lifts plot, scenes and dialogue from the crime thriller Box 507, writes Anupama Chopra.

    Views : 2,212