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Rock Dog: Movie Review

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“Rock Dog” is a Korean/Chinese co-generation made by to a great extent American movement craftsmen. Bits of its situation may seem as though they’ve been propelled by any semblance of “Kung Fu Panda” yet the genuine source material for the motion picture is a Chinese realistic novel called “Tibetan Rock Dog” by Zheng Jun, whose normal everyday employment is as a Chinese rock performer. What’s more, yes, there is a character in it who’s a yak named Fleetwood Yak. (more…)

Trapped Trailer – 17th March 2017

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Directed by – Vikramaditya Motwane

Produced by – Vikramaditya Motwane

Starring – Rajkummar Rao, Geetanjali Thapa

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Get Out: Movie Review

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“Get Out” opens with an awesome tone-setter. A young fellow is strolling down a rural road, clowning with somebody on the telephone about how he generally gets lost since every one of the lanes sound the same. An auto passes him, pivots, and gradually begins tailing him. It’s a generally purge road, so the person knows something isn’t right. All of a sudden, and splendidly arranged regarding Peele’s bearing, the power of the circumstance is opened up and we are pushed into a world in which the protected looking rural areas are definitely not. (more…)

The Ottoman Lieutenant Trailer – March 10th 2017

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Directed by – Joseph Ruben

Produced by – Stephen Joel Brown

Starring – Michiel Huisman, Hera Hilmar, Josh Hartnett, Ben Kingsley

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Rangoon: Movie Review

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It is 1943. The British are battling Hitler. Then again, the general population of India are gotten between two idealogies-Gandhiji’s ahimsa and Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose’ Indian National Army which trusts in ‘slaughtering the adversary as opposed to kicking the bucket at their hands’. In the midst of this wartorn gore and progressive turmoil, nearer home, there is Miss Julia (Kangana Ranaut),the thrill seeker on-screen character from the 40s who swings from crystal fixtures, keeps running crosswise over highest points of trains and makes individuals insane each time she goes ‘Bleeding Hell. (more…)

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