Daily Archives: July 3, 2015

Revisiting Sanjeev Kumar’s masterful, must-watch Dastak

Snapshots of Mumbai’s various landmarks, operational mills, crammed roads teeming with double-deckers, towering skyline overlooking rickety slums captioned in a lingering visual of Bombay Central station frame the black and white opening credits of Dastak. A city of dreams and … Continue reading

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Review: The new Terminator movie is no fun either!

Ramming bullets into a pile of magazines, suddenly the rickety movement of his old metallic arm breaks the flow of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s mechanical rhythm. In an attempt to fix it, he knocks his prosthetic limb across the table a few … Continue reading

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Papanasam is a worthy remake of Drishyam

It is difficult to discuss Papanasam without revealing anything though it’s not a murder mystery. Not for the audience anyway. Despite it having its fair share of twists and slyness, Jeetu Joseph’s Tamil remake of his acclaimed Malayalam drama/thriller Drishyam … Continue reading

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