The Legend Of Bhagat Singh Ajay Devgn showcased the freedom struggle of Bhagat Singh on the silver screen and the movie went on to be revolutionary. The Rajkumar Santoshi directed patriotic movie went on to win the National Film Awards for Best Feature Film in Hindi and Best Actor for Ajay Devgn. … [Read more...] about Happy Independence Day: Here Are 6 Best Patriotic Movies To Binge Watch!
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Pallavi mukherjee: #GunjanSaxena Movie Review: #JanhviKapoor and #PankajTripathi are just too good, Janhvi as Gunju is relatable, believable and inspiring at the same time, the story is the hero! #PankajTripathi words are not enough to praise the man's acting talent, such a performer you are that we forget you are acting, every1 wants a father like you are in the movie. … [Read more...] about Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl Early Movie Review: Did Janhvi Kapoor Manage To Woo The Critics?
Master, the upcoming Thalapathy Vijay starrer will feature Vijay Sethupathi, the supremely talented actor as the lead antagonist. As reported earlier, the actor is playing the first out-and-out negative role of his career in Master, which is directed by Lokesh Kanagaraj. Recently, the sources close to the project revealed some interesting details about Vijay Sethupathi's character. … [Read more...] about Vijay’s Master: Vijay Sethupathi’s Character In The Movie To Have Two Versions!
At that time, one of the techniques that Bob and Harvey would use on you, as a filmmaker, was to talk to “experts” — people who had produced cop movies 20 years before, who they were friends with in the city, or the political brass in New York — and use them as a kind of testimony about what was right or wrong about your picture. By the way, they also used critics. I mean, they had this great game going where they would show your film early to a critic. Then, the critic would offer their notes. They’d literally tell Harvey that they would be kinder to the film if you made certain changes. It was this incredibly incestuous world where they had figured out how to pull people whose support they needed into the process — and thereby gain their endorsement later, when the film emerged. It was a system. Like all systems, people are rewarded with the ego gratification of being part of a process. It never feels corrupt to any of the participants in the … [Read more...] about Behind the Fantasy of the 1997 Movie
I will admit that “Defund the Crusades” is a tantalizingly ahistorical premise for a movie, and I was willing to weather all the leather hoodies and 15th-century haute couture to see where it went, but even on a technical level, Robin Hood is impossible to follow anywhere. Director Otto Bathurst (in his feature debut after a handful of notable British TV credits) is lucky he’s got as appealing a trio as Egerton, Foxx, and Mendelsohn in front, because the film’s copious action sequences are edited so chaotically and illogically the eye quickly becomes exhausted. By the time Robin’s rebel faction is tossing Molotov cocktails over the riot-geared police force of Nottingham, and it’s been suggested that the church’s Crusade is in cahoots with “the Arabians,” I was lost, and I had to tap out. Hopefully all will be explained in the sequel the film overtly sets up, and in the meantime we can abandon the increasingly meaningless … [Read more...] about Is a Cinematically and Politically Incoherent Movie Salad