Dunkirk (2017) Movie Review: Technical Mastery Triumphs Over Content?

Directed and written by: Christopher Nolan

Starring: Kenneth Branagh, Tom Hardy, Mark Rylance, Cillian Murphy, Harry Styles and Fionn WhiteheadContinue reading “Dunkirk (2017) Movie Review: Technical Mastery Triumphs Over Content?”

The Accountant: Trailer

The-Accountant-New-PosterPost the acclaimed sports drama Warrior (Tom Hardy, Joel Edgerton), director Gavin O’Connor is back with The Accountant. The film narrates the story of an accountant (Ben Affleck) who forges the accounts for his clients. Besides Affleck, the film stars Anna Kendrick, Jon Bernthal, J K Simmons and John Lithgow.Continue reading “The Accountant: Trailer”

Locke (2013) Movie Review

Now I agree this is a pretty old movie (2013), though I’m honing my skills here plus I’m pretty sure most of you wouldn’t have watched this anyway. So hush!

The first thing you would need to know about Locke is that it takes place in the confines of A CAR! Yup…just one car and the entire 85 minute story is one person on screen, and to keep your fears at bay, I don’t think it was due to the production team cheap-ing out, I believe this was just how the director planned it. 🙂Continue reading “Locke (2013) Movie Review”

The Revenant (2016): A Quick Review

Leonardo Di Caprio Oscar 2016 winnerThe hype the Oscars create always make you watch a few of the movies that win awards. This year the Oscars and The Revenant were more in the news to check if Leo finally makes it to the awards or gets relegated yet again to the nomination seats. No event possibly could have garnered more debate than possibly a Salman getting married or Putin attacking Syria. For once Leo didn’t disappoint and added the most elusive and prestigious awards in the world to his kitty.Continue reading “The Revenant (2016): A Quick Review”

The Revenant (2015) Movie Review: A Magnificent Bore!

Director: Alejandro G Inarritu Rating: ***

Sometimes a film comes with such a huge build up that you are under pressure to like it, irrespective. From celebrated director Alejandro Inarritu and starring Leonardo DiCaprio who is finally pegged to break his Oscar jinx, the film has been nearly universally acclaimed. Add to that the pedigree of being the most nominated film of the year. So when I found myself not completely hooked to the film, I forced myself to concentrate harder. And the more attention to detail I paid, the more flaws I seemed to see.Continue reading “The Revenant (2015) Movie Review: A Magnificent Bore!”

Win DVD’s of MAD MAX Fury Road

Mad About Moviez (MAM) and Home Entertainment Services by Sony DADC bring to you MAD MAX Fury Road Contest, wherein you can a win DVD of the film. Here are the details of the contest.  All participants have to start off by liking the Facebook page of Sony DADC. You need to answer just 2 easy questions:-Continue reading “Win DVD’s of MAD MAX Fury Road”


Get ready for a wild drive as the fourth film from the favorite Mad Max franchise, “Mad Max: Fury Road” arrives onto 3D Blu-ray, Blu-ray & DVD from ‘Home Entertainment Services by Sony DADC’, India’s leading home entertainment content provider. This post-apocalyptic action film set in a future desert wasteland is directed by Oscar®-winning filmmaker George Miller (“Happy Feet”), the originator of the post-apocalyptic genre and mastermind behind the legendary “Mad Max” franchise.Continue reading “THE ROAD WARRIOR RETURNS WITH “MAD MAX: FURY ROAD””

Mad Max Fury Road Movie Review: Oh! What A Film! What A Lovely Film

mad-max-fury-road-banner-posterWhen George Miller made the first Mad Max movie, little did he know that he had set out to create a much loved and awe inspiring movie franchise.

Even if you haven’t seen the earlier Mad Max films, there’s no way the brilliant promos of Mad Max Fury Road would not have caught your attention, especially if you proclaim to be a movie buff. If not, then frankly you have no business calling yourself one.Continue reading “Mad Max Fury Road Movie Review: Oh! What A Film! What A Lovely Film”

Mad Max: Fury Road Movie Review: Keep Your Helmets On!

Director: George Miller
Rating: *****

Which is the best car chase sequence you have seen? Steven McQueen driving the Ford Mustang through the streets of San Francisco in Bullitt. Or Gene Hackman chasing a train in Brooklyn in The French Connection. Or maybe you like the CGI laden chase in Matrix: Reloaded. How long do these sequences last? Some for five minutes, some for ten, some others for fifteen minutes. Now imagine if these were to be stretched to two hours worth of movie length. With all the ferocity and rip-snorting thrills that made them memorable in the first place. That’s Mad Max: Fury Road for you.Continue reading “Mad Max: Fury Road Movie Review: Keep Your Helmets On!”