After shocking and terrifying the masses with "RGV ki Aag" and "Darling", Ram Gopal Verma is back with the sequel of his most successful movie in recent times - Sarkar. Frankly speaking, I could never understand how a director who made Satya, can make movies like Aag. Thankfully, Sarkar Raj pulls up Ramu and he
Bhoothnath was never supposed to be something unusual or special. The promos were not very impressive and the moment you saw them, you knew the story. That somehow worked in the favour of the movie. Its not that its great, but its enjoyable. Its kiddie stuff with a terrible baghban-ish, Yawn-ish twist at the end.
Iron Man appeared for the first time in Marvel Comics publications in 1963. The most recent title was released on May 2008 titled Iron Man: Viva Las Vegas #1. Iron Man has also been a member of the superheroes team called "The Avengers" and has been an incredibly successful superhero. So, it was just a
When you start believing that life can't get worst, it suddenly does. This is what how an experience like Tashan can be summed up after watching movies like Race and U Me Aur Hum. Race at least had a constant oomph factor oozing out of each frame and an over-doze of twists and turns to
Its always a very brutal job to pan down a directorial debut. Its the closest you can reach to a catch 22 situation. You don't want to point out all the obvious flaws because its the first movie of the director and on the other side you have such glorious examples ( for example -
Three things caught my eye after returning from the unforgettable trip to Vizag. Surprisingly, all three related to children. As I hurriedly went through the blogs of my numerous blogging buddies as I have been off the blogosphere for almost four days because of the trip, I came across the Blogging for a cause post on Amyth's
After China Town and Naqaab, there wasn't much expected from the director duo Abbas Mastan, so it was easy to watch Race without any preconceived notions. If it would have been good, people would have applauded the comeback of the jodi which gave us Aitraaz and Ajnabee and numerous other hits. If it would
Don't even think about comparing 10,000 B.C. with Roland Emmerich's previous works like Independence Day and The day after tomorrow. Believe me, this movie comes nowhere close to them. The biggest irony is that the movie looked so promising in the promos. ( Note to myself - A good promo doesn't guarantee a good movie.