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”
To write about a film which is a biopic on one of the greatest leaders of the 20th century, having deep political undertones is kind of tough especially when one’s knowledge of the apartheid struggle is limited to Wikipedia. Nelson Mandela was a complex political and social personality. The film is based upon his autobiography of the same name. And the book ‘Long Walk to Freedom’ is often criticized. There are different version of events which Mandela writes in his autobiography. Mandela’s political views changed from time to time, from all native front against apartheid to a Gandhian non violent struggle to ultra communist movement to reconciliation and peaceful coexistence with erstwhile oppressive and racist regime.Continue reading “Mandela Long Walk to Freedom (2013) Movie Review: A Fitting Tribute to one of the Greatest Leaders of Our Times”
The curse of the sequels might be broken, but let’s not jump the gun on that. For a change there is finally a sequel which if not exceeds at least matches up to the first part. Take a bow people behind the scenes…take a bow.
Thor returns to another smashing movie and picks up his hammer right where he left it. Witty one liners, the picturesque cinematography, larger than life action sequences and all done in one of the better 3D movies too.
The story begins with a race of beings known as Dark Elves who tried to send the universe into darkness by using the “Aether”. But Asgardians would have none of that and stopped them from doing that. But somehow their evil leader, Malekith (Christopher Eccleston) escapes and vows to return when the time is right. Now the warriors from Asgard have no clue how to destroy the Aether and since it can’t be destroyed, they try to hide it. (Uh-oh!)Continue reading “Thor: The Dark World Movie Review: Simply Amazing”
Language : English | Running Time : 113 Minutes | Director : Alan Taylor
When a major sporting event is going on, say the Wimbledon or the FIFA World Cup, you’ll notice that the TV channels air repeat telecasts of the matches that have already been played. this is during the course of the tournament. Some channels air matches that were played in the championships before the current one during the build up to the tournament.Continue reading “Thor: The Dark World (2013) Movie Review”