Star Trek Beyond (2016) Movie Review

Thou’ must ruin a good thing and that’s for sure.

After two stupendous movies where Chris Pine & Zachary Quinto literally flipped the entire Star Trek fan base for doubting them as Kirk & Spock, it has all come crashing down in the end. Money can’t buy class and this movie highlights that. How else could you explain the fact that Paramount spent something to the tune of $185 million and gave a guy who made Fast and the Furious to make a movie with a history spanning back to 50 years?Continue reading “Star Trek Beyond (2016) Movie Review”

Trailer Of Jeremy Saulnier’s ‘Green Room’

Green Room 1Director Jeremy Saulnier shot into prominence with Blue Ruin – a unique vengeance drama that won the FIPRESCI award (in Directors Fortnight) at Cannes and a Special Jury award at Marrakech International Film Festival among a host of other international festival accolades in 2013. Post its festival run, the film was also saw an international theaarical release. After the much acclaimed film, Saulnier returns with Green Room.  Continue reading “Trailer Of Jeremy Saulnier’s ‘Green Room’”

Broken Horses (2015): A Quick Review

Broken Horses PosterAs a country we have been the proud owners of some of the best movies and directors… but like any other country our obsession with Hollywood doesn’t die! Whether it is ‘getting inspired’ by Hollywood films, or positioning oneself as a ‘Hollywood actor’ (read Mallika Sherawat), we have constantly measured our worth with getting or missing an Oscar. There is absolutely nothing wrong in this.Continue reading “Broken Horses (2015): A Quick Review”