Brilliantly laugh out loud Rom-Com with a perfect 50/50 blend of British bad gags accompanied with warm fuzzy lovely scenes between the unlikely (and obviously likely) couples. Overall the cast was perfectly handpicked for this movie (Rose Byrne, Rafe Spall,… Read More »I Give It a Year Review
So this 2003 cop drama starring Surya, Jyotika and directed by Gautham Menon was available on Youtube (probably temporarily so check it out!) on some extremely shady channel but with some funtastic “paagal” subtitles. Having lamented the fact that there is no proper distribution system set up for South Indian movies, making it impossible to be completely up to date with new releases. I take any chance I get to catch up with this flamboyant film genre. Releasing in September in a Hindi remake directed by Nishikanth Kamat starring John Abraham and Genelia. We analyzed the trailer in an earlier post, but now check out our review of the original after the jump!Read More »Review Kaakha Kaakha (and what should be fixed for its Hindi remake “Force”)
Cartoon Network’s reboot of the 80’s animated Show
Thundercats is ready to air on TV in the next few months. And a new trailer and
some footage of how the show looks like have just been released on YouTube.
Check out both clips after the jump!Read More »New Thundercats Trailer and 10 minute footage!
THE BEGINNING OF THE END: A Review of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 by a self-proclaimed Potterhead, Anandini Sekhar The anticipation for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 has been building for much longer than… Read More »The Ultimate Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 Review
The superhero bug has bitten the entire world and the Indian film industry is no different. Except for the ridiculous Govinda- Kimi KatkarÂ Indian Superman scene on YouTube, the first real superhero that I can remember was Amitabh Bachan in… Read More »First look Disney’s first Bollywood: Zokkomon
Let’s Agree 2009 kinda sucked! Since last year, the economy is in shambles which has effected the day to day lives of pretty much for everyone exceptÂ for the craziesÂ on MTV’s Cribs. Michael Jackson is no more, the James Cameron Avatar… Read More »Gold 4 Macs and the effects of the Global Economic Meltdown