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The Great Wall: Movie Review

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Damon and Pascal play William and Tovar, individually, meandering European hired fighters who are caught by the Chinese armed force of the Nameless Order not long after they kill a baffling green creature. The beast, they are told, is a “Tei Tao,” one of a crowd of animals that assaults the now-popular Great Wall of China once like clockwork. (more…)

Fist Fight: Movie Review

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“Fist Fight” has enough unrefined sexual silliness to fill two such mediocrities. But on the other hand it’s a reliably canny, reasonably developed comic drama that is once in a while a fairly pointed scrutinize of the American training framework in the mid 21st century. Try not to let that keep you away, however. It’s as a general rule truly clever. (more…)

XX: Movie Review

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“XX” feels surprisingly baffling in its irregularity, given its enlivened start. Four ladies coordinated four short blood and guts movies, each with a lady at its inside. Each stakes out an altogether different space inside the class from a wide assortment of points of view and voices. It’s an extraordinary thought, particularly since the loathsomeness field has a tendency to be so male-commanded.

While each portion has its minutes, however, none of them are totally fulfilling, and just a single of them really verges on hitting its planned target. There might be an unclear through line about overturning the customary female parts of mother, spouse and overseer, yet in the event that “XX” is attempting to put forth some kind of expression, it’s not doing as such with much lucidity or power. (more…)

Irada: Moie Review

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A greatly improved fighter turned-author Parabjeet Walia (Naseeruddin Shah) discovers his reality smashing down when his little girl falls prey to lung growth. However as opposed to lamenting over the misfortune, he chooses to burrow further to unwind the puzzle and encounters an unforgiving reality firmly monitored by the haughty corporate head honcho Paddy.F.Sharma (Sharad Kelkar) who takes on the appearance of a philanthrophist in the town alongside the support of the state’s degenerate boss priest Ramandeep Braitch (Divya Dutta). (more…)

The House Trailer – June 30th 2017

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Directed by – Andrew J. Cohen

Produced by – Will Ferrell, Adam McKay

Starring – Will Ferrell, Amy Poehler, Ryan Simpkins, Jason Mantzoukas, Andy Buckley, Andrea Savage, Cedric Yarbrough, Rob Huebel, Nick Kroll, Allison Tolman, Michaela Watkins, Wayne Federman, Lennon Parham (more…)

The Ghazi Attack: Movie Review

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Set in 1971, ‘The Ghazi Attack’ opens with a voiceover by Amitabh Bachchan clarifying the strained political situation amongst India and Pakistan. The Pakistan Navy – so as to chase Indian Navy’s evaluated ownership INS Vikrant and furthermore soothe weight on drained maritime assets in the eastern theater sends their leader submarine PNS Ghazi. In an arranged mission to capture an associated assault on the East drift with India, INS Vikrant sets cruise with the submarine S-21, captained by the hot-headed Commander Rann Vijay (more…)

XX Trailer – Feb 17th 2017

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Directed by – Roxanne Benjamin, Sofia Carrillo, Karyn Kusama, St. Vincent, Jovanka Vuckovic

Produced by – Karen Shaw, Nick Spicer, Roxanne Benjamin

Starring – Natalie Brown, Melanie Lynskey, Breeda Wool, Christina Kirk, Michael Dyson, Sheila Vand, Mike Doyle, Susan Jacobs, Angela Trimbur, Kyle Allen, Peter DaCunha, Peyton Kennedy (more…)

RunningShaadi.com: Movie Review

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Bharose (Amit Sadh), a Bihari vagrant in Amritsar works in a wedding wear store and is furtively infatuated with the proprietor’s little girl Nimmi (Taapsee Pannu). The film opens with her making a startling admission to him that she got hanky-panky with a person and now fears missing her month to month time frames. Bharose being our desi legend by one means or another figures out how to safeguard her out of the circumstance. (more…)

A Cure for Wellness: Movie Review

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As coordinated by Gore Verbinski, this film about a New York money related wiz (Dane DeHaan) getting caught in an unpleasant Swiss facility needs to be wiped out fantastic loathsomeness epic. It’s a highly contrasting film done in shading. The stark photography by Bojan Bozelli makes pools of obscurity and sections of land of negative space. Jenny Beavan’s retro-gothic costuming and Eve Stewart’s generation configuration support slag, bone, eggshell, soured cream, and shades of green extending from bile to greenery. On the off chance that you could scratch a David Fincher film’s throat, hang it topsy turvy, and drain it for two days, it would resemble this motion picture. As an interest question, it’s noteworthy. (more…)

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