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Last Train Home review

Posted : 5 years, 4 months ago on 18 July 2012 09:25 (A review of Last Train Home)

Story of the struggle of 130 millions migrant workers in china. The hardworking people rolling the wheel of life trying to muster the necessities of the life for their old parents and young children. Working hard all the year long only get chance to get back home on new Chinese year eve.

Even with so much of hard work life is not so simple, rather it is quite cruel. A moving tale, must watch.


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The Three Stooges review

Posted : 5 years, 4 months ago on 13 July 2012 05:09 (A review of The Three Stooges)

The Three Stooges, Moe, Larry and Curly hitting the cinema screen after setting the screen ablaze in past. New actors plating Moe, Larry & Curly than the ones we used to see on old hilarious movies.

Beginning in the 1930s these immortal three characters ran amok for decades in some 200 short films, busting the viewers with laughter. 2012 is the time of revival, starting with “The Three Stooges: The Movie,”

Set in the present, the movie is a story about three sort-of-lovable fools, raised in orphanage, not to mention broken hell over there, set out to save the orphanage from closure.

Good movie treat to watch when one wanna get relaxed.


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The Circus review

Posted : 5 years, 4 months ago on 13 July 2012 04:46 (A review of The Circus)

The Circus movie of 1928, in which Charlie Chaplin finds himself working at the circus where he meets a beautiful girl.

The Circus might be Chaplin's last movie after which he focused more towards more serious matters with Modern Times or The Great Dictator. The Circus may not have the messages of his later films. What it does have are some of the best visual gags seen in a Chaplin film and anyone looking for an old time laugh should check this one out.


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The Guard review

Posted : 5 years, 4 months ago on 10 July 2012 10:26 (A review of The Guard)

The Guard” is an Irish comedy and almost incidental thriller, though mostly it’s something of a bait and switch. The tasty bait (and reluctant buddies) are Brendan Gleeson and Don Cheadle. The story ain’t much rather a stereotype.

The film is written and directed by John Michael McDonagh, brother of In Bruges writer-director Martin McDonagh, and there’s a striking family resemblance.


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Bridesmaids review

Posted : 5 years, 4 months ago on 10 July 2012 08:01 (A review of Bridesmaids)

Bridesmaids, competition between the maid of honor and a bridesmaid, over who is the bride's best friend.

The movie is about a woman (Maya Rudolph) who's about to marry, and asks her best friend since childhood, Annie (Kristen Wiig), to be her maid of honour. Approximately two hours of film, one go through various pre-wedding rituals — engagement party, dress fitting, bridal shower, hen-party trip to Las Vegas — which are meant to be funny because Annie's life is falling apart and a richer, more beautiful bridesmaid (Rose Byrne) is trying to usurp her position as the bride's best friend.

During the course of the film, Annie has to figure out what is wrong with her and why she is not successful in keeping up with relationships.



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Lockout review

Posted : 5 years, 4 months ago on 4 July 2012 08:08 (A review of Lockout)

Futuristic, set some 60-plus years in the future, but a lot of things remain the same, "Lockout" is a movie about a troubled prison in space, whereby Guy Pearce as an ex-secret agent ends up in a situation where the only way out is to rescue the President Daughter from security facility in outer space taken may seem improbable, but nothing is out of the world on the screen.

Guess what Guy Pearce successfully managed to resuce the president daughter while all the other hostages and some 500 plus prisoners in charge got killed in the action and not to forget the space facility had to be comprmised as well. :)


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Ice Age: Continental Drift review

Posted : 5 years, 4 months ago on 4 July 2012 07:32 (A review of Ice Age: Continental Drift)

Well Well Well, When the rest the world is waiting the granfd opening of the movie on 13th July 2012, when it is likely to hit the jackpot. Ice Age : Continental Drift released here on 29th June 2012. Watched the movie with my nephew and niece yesterday in 3D at attrium. The whole episode was a great fun. So be reay for the cool movie of this summer.

Ice Age : Continental Drift is a family affair when 2 billions year ago, an earth shattering event has changed ever thing, yes the continental drift. The team to the Ice Age, Manny, Diego, and Sid embark upon another adventure after their continent is set adrift, this not only for themselves but for increased members of their families as well.

Facing the separation of the continents, which results in them being torn away from their homes by a seismic shift and set adrift on an iceberg. Using an iceberg as a ship, they encounter sea creatures and battle pirates as they explore a new world.

Ice Age: Continental Drift is a fun and colourful film, which like all of the previous films maintains the same moral messages about the importance of friendship.


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Real Steel review

Posted : 5 years, 4 months ago on 2 July 2012 03:48 (A review of Real Steel)

Real Story is the story of a person down to dirt becoming people's champion. A person who lost his self esteem regain the it with the help of his son. A heartfelt and often stirring father-son tale with a high-concept premise -- robot boxing. "Real Steel" imagines a near future when human boxers have been replaced by robots.

"Real Steel" is a real movie. It has characters, it matters who they are, it makes sense of its action, it has a compelling plot. If you haven't watched it yet, get up and give it a try. :)


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JFK review

Posted : 5 years, 4 months ago on 1 July 2012 12:31 (A review of JFK)

JFK : A movie based on Politics, Drama, Mystery, Thriller, History. Year: 1991.

When John F. Kennedy is assassinated in Dallas, Texas, Jim Garrison (Kevin Costner), an attorney from New Orleans, believes that the FBI isn't telling the whole story.

As he begins to probe in as one man search for the truth, the details of that terrible day are revealed as the only criminal investigation connected to the assassination is brought to trial.

President John F Kennedy is assassinated in Dallas, November 22nd 1963, the incident, which affected the entire world. Jim Garrison, the District Attorney, in-depth investigation into the President's murder, which lasts from 1966 to 1969, and unearths numerous theories on the events that occurred.

Whatever be the truth it could not bu unfold may be till 2029.


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A Lonely Place to Die review

Posted : 5 years, 4 months ago on 30 June 2012 07:04 (A review of A Lonely Place to Die)


"A Lonely Place to Die" is an intense thriller set in the Scottish highlands. A group of competent mountain climbers are off on one of their usual adventures trekking across remote and treacherous terrain. On the way they discovered a little girl buried alive.

Deciding to rescue her they had to go through most horrible nightmare, facing death by the hands of the kidnappers in the wilderness.


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