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Murder On The Orient Express Review: Poirot steers a star-studded mystery

Dame Agatha Christie is a hallowed figure in my home. Not one unkind word will be tolerated against her. But I am not the source of this bias. One of my earliest childhood memories is unsuccessfully trying to pull away from … Continue reading

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Haider is a bewitchingly clever retelling!

By its very virtue, melancholy is a lonely, lingering, tedious and consuming emotional state. It simply cannot be hurried. Except if you persist sympathetically by the side of the man devastated by its grip, the upshot is more heartfelt than … Continue reading

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Tom Cruise’s Edge of Tomorrow is mighty fun!

What I loved most about All You Need Is Kill is its breakneck, breathless momentum. The action-packed, high-concept imaginings of this Japanese light novel by Hiroshi Sakurazaka are a complete page-turner and tailor-made for a big studio screen adaptation. When … Continue reading

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