Trailer of Alien: Covenant

alien-covenant-poster-2Alien: Covenant is a forthcoming British-American science-fiction horror film directed by Ridley Scott and written by Jack Paglen, Michael Green, and John Logan. It is the sequel to the 2012 film Prometheus, the second installment in the Alien prequel series, the sixth installment overall in the Alien film series, and the third installment to be directed by Scott. The film stars Michael Fassbender, Noomi Rapace, and Guy Pearce, returning in their roles from Prometheus, with newcomers Katherine Waterston, Billy Crudup, Danny McBride, Demián Bichir and James Franco. The film is scheduled to be released on May 19, 2017.Continue reading “Trailer of Alien: Covenant”

Trailer Of X Men: Apocalypse

X Men Apoclaypse2016 seems to be the year of superhero clashes. After Batman v.Superman: Dawn Of Justice opened to mixed reviews few weeks ago, Captain America and Iron Man will soon battle it out in Captain America: Civil War. Also releasing this year is X Men: Apocalypse – the latest installment of the X Men franchise. While much of the spotlight was hogged by Batman vs. Superman & Captain America: Civil War, the latest X Men film got a bit overlooked.

But by the looks of it’s latest trailer, we may have yet another great addition to one of the longest running and most exciting superhero film franchise. And it may just about surpass the other superhero films this year.  Continue reading “Trailer Of X Men: Apocalypse”

Universal Pictures receives 14 nominations across categories for the 88th Annual Academy Awards

The nominations for the 88th Annual Academy Awards® were announced yesterday and Universal Pictures’ movies were recognized in several categories. The studio has received astounding 14 nominations from movies like The Danish Girl, Steve Jobs, Straight Outta Compton to Fifty Shades of Grey and Room.

The Danish Girl which releases today in India, received four nominations including Best Actor (Eddie Redmayne), Best Supporting Actress (Alicia Vikander), Best Costume Design (Paco Delgado), and Best Production Design (Production Designer, Eve Stewart; Set Decorator, Michael Standish).Continue reading “Universal Pictures receives 14 nominations across categories for the 88th Annual Academy Awards”

Macbeth: Trailer

Macbeth PosterBased on William Shakespeare‘s famous play,Macbeth is directed by Justin Kurzel and features Michael Fassbender as Macbeth and Marion Cotillard as Lady Macbeth.Premiered at Cannes recently, Macbeth will be releasing in the U.K on 2nd October this year.

Check out the trailer.

X-Men Days Of Future Past Movie Review: The Best of Yesterday and Tomorrow

X-Men Days Of Future Past – The best of yesterday and tomorrow

Little did Bryan Singer expect how the X-Men franchise would grow to be a series with a fan following on par with Star Trek and Star Wars, creating a fan base consisting of both fans of the long running comic books and the less discerning moviegoers walking in for a decent summer blockbuster. To think, this was at a time when comic book movies were still frowned upon thanks to the massive debacle of Joel Schumacher’s Batman and Robin. However, after the critical and commercial success of the first two instalments, Singer left to make Superman Returns and took with him one of the stars of the franchise, James Marsden. Thus, the final instalment X-Men: The Last Stand instead went into the hands of Brett Ratner, and instead of getting an epic conclusion to the trilogy adapted from the Dark Phoenix storyline, we got a largely middling finale that was a commercial success, but critically, not so much, what with random characters showing up, old characters getting killed off, and to add insult to injury, Vinnie Jones’s (in) famous line “I’m the Juggernaut…b***h” getting immortalized for all the wrong reasons (Memes) .Continue reading “X-Men Days Of Future Past Movie Review: The Best of Yesterday and Tomorrow”

Win Free DVD’S of Oscar Award Winner 12 years a Slave

Mad About Moviez (MAM) and Home Entertainment Services by Sony DADC bring to you  multiple Oscar Award Winner  12 Years a Slave  contest, wherein you can a win DVD of 12 Years a Slave.Here are the details of the contest.


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12 Years A Slave (2013) Movie Review: A Compelling Humanitarian Tale

12 Years A SlaveLife expectancy of World human population in 2010 was 67.2 years. In the early 20th Century it was 31 years. And it must have been much lower for a black man of African origin living in 19th century America. And for a Negro slave, working in Master Epps cotton plantation in New Orleans, 12 years must have felt like a lifetime. And Steve McQueen’s film simply painfully and beautifully narrates that horrifying tale of twelve years of Solomon Northup’s life.Continue reading “12 Years A Slave (2013) Movie Review: A Compelling Humanitarian Tale”

Fish Tank (2009) Movie Review

A scener from Fish TankIn my opinion (at the risk of generalizing), rebellious teenagers are more equipped to pursue their dreams and make things happen. On the other hand docile teenagers are more likely to go with the flow and end up dormant as the sun is about to set. Now, the reasons for which they may rebel, may seem utterly ridiculous, or may not even be on the right side of morality. But the point here is not the reasons, but the fact that they are arrogantly confident about themselves and are willing to go at loggerheads with everyone. These are qualities one needs to go the distance in the long run. And I believe that Mia, the teenage protagonist of Fish tank, will one day do wonders for herself.Continue reading “Fish Tank (2009) Movie Review”

Prometheus – Trailer

Ridley Scott once again explores the horror-sci fi genre with Prometheus, after the genre defining Alien along with a strong ensemble cast of Noomi Rapace, Charlize Theron, Michael Fassbender, Guy Pearce etc. Continue reading “Prometheus – Trailer”