Puss in Boots (2011)

Chris Miller’s Puss in Boots is a wholesome pack for funny moments to cherish reminding the old rhyme character humpty dumpty and also bringing back the best character missed from Shrek. Always when Dream works bring a movie on to the big screen it is the time to celebrate. Puss in boots delivers the goods. […]

Sherlock Holmes (2009)

Guy Ritchie’s Sherlock Holmes is about black magic and science. It may not be totally black magic but the movie considers itself to become a black magic until the secret is revealed. Considering the original novel series written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Sherlock Holmes is having the magic in finding the puzzle. It looked […]

The Tree of Life (2011)

The best part comes when the origin of universe is compared to human life and depicting that love is most important thing in the universe. Along with the effective narration is the soul stirring score from Alexander Desplat. The cinematography and camera work during the formation of universe was exceptionally brilliant. The Tree of Life […]

In Time (2011)

The best part comes when people are shown a digital time in their skin of their left hand ticking the time left to survive. The skin glows in green even in water and shows that the future is depending on the science and technology. When a person explains all about the factors regarding time and […]

True Grit (2010)

The best part comes when a small little desperate girl of 14 years struggles to hire a marshal to bring a person dead or alive. The worst part comes when it goes on explaining background and lengthy arguments carelessly leaving the plot. Of course cinematography was one of the best seen reminding those classic west […]

The Prestige (2006)

The best part comes where screenwriting develops a kind of illusion or confusion in the mind of viewers to make it a perfect puzzle that sticks in the viewer’s mind. The worst part is that the puzzle is way too complicated left with small unnoticeable hints. Probably Mr. Nolan wants the viewers to go again […]

Priest (2011)

The best part comes with the slow motions during the plus signed metal blades flying and attacking vampires and tearing them up into pieces. The CGI was effective and visuals were enough to give the adrenaline rush. But the scene was so short and even defying laws of physics the score was not pumping.  The […]

Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs (2009)

When we see the best dream of lifetime where food comes down as rain and society start taking whatever they want, and order more food I can only say Cloudy with the chance of meatballs help. It composes funny cartoons and also some good looking father and son belief till the end where a person […]

The Sixth Sense (1999)

Supernatural thrillers are very common nowadays. Having much belief in spirits or not this movie is one of those rare thrillers which can slightly frighten. Some believe and some do not believe in spirits and me being the second case I cannot speak anything logical about script. Directed by Night Shyamalan and distributed by Spy […]

How To Train Your Dragon

Fire breathing creatures existed once upon a time and now they have been never great before. With a soul stirring tale and some terrific animation directed by Chris Sanders and Dean Deblois distributed by Dream works Based on the book by Cressida Cowell and co written by Will Davies tells the heart touching tale of […]

Wanted (2008)

When we consider action movies, where bullets fly all over places and do no harm the protagonist, but he himself manages to break open the vault and thug area and finish all of the antagonists then we regard them as illogical scenes. Coming here is a brilliant action set piece that delivers some hard hitting […]

Rio (2011)

Rio de Janeiro is the second largest city in Brazil. We have birds singing and dancing in this romantically packed animation feature film Rio. Twentieth Century Fox bring us the beautifully made, aesthetic movie, directed by Carlos Saldanha (Famous for Ice Age), written by Karen Disher. This animation feature film has voiceovers led by Jesse […]

Real Steel (2011)

Human Boxing is out of mood now. In the near future where robots battle against each other in an arena (with human audience of course) remotely controlled by trainers. Real Steel gives us pure robotic fun, we might just think as Transformers did, but this has some deep human life to it, blemished with great […]

Johnny English Reborn (2011)

Gone are the days, where Mr. Bean (Rowan Atkinson), entertained the audience of all ages, with silly and yet funny stomach-out laughing. He now enters as a secret spy in MI7, calling himself as Johnny English (2003), the first part arrived; now it has been a long while to bring the movie’s franchise reborn, as […]

Mission Impossible – Ghost Protocol (2011)

The fourth installment in the impossible series is MI, having been called Ghost Protocol, is not numbered. To be frank and clear, that the title do not convince any supernatural movie lovers or any horror film viewers. This is not a movie where the mission is to trap the ghost. Children from 12-17 can see […]

Catch Me If You Can (2002)

Leonardo Dicaprio and Tom hanks are in a cat and mouse game of Steven Spielberg. It’s my review of Catch Me If You Can. After poor work from AI, now Spielberg enters with a new genre, Comedy. Based on the true story of Frank William Abagnale, Speilberg takes Leonardo Dicaprio to enact his role. The […]

Mission Impossible 3

Mr. Cruise is back as the specialized IMF agent to accept a new mission that can be life threatening. It’s my review of Mission Impossible 3. “What is Rabbit’s foot”?  This is the quote mentioned in the movie and also many times in the movie. MI 3 directed by debutant J.J Abrams, alongside co-written by […]

The World’s Fastest Indian (2005)

Oscar winner Antony Hopkins is desperate to set a new track record, despite of his problems. It’s my review of The World’s Fastest Indian. “Two pills of Nitroglycerine, one for me and another for my engine” quoted in the movie by a character Bert Munro, reveals the fact that, how determined he is, to make […]