Iron Man 3

At an instant in the film, Tony Stark says it’s going to be plain old fashioned revenge and the movie Iron Man 3 is a kickass piece of work that is made on this simple idea. Honestly this is one of the coolest super hero movies I have seen in the recent past and by… Continue reading Iron Man 3

Aashiqui 2

The lesser amount of melodrama is something that will surely please you in director Mohit Suri’s latest venture Aashiqui 2. With a smart first half and a cliché second half that depends a lot on the predictable elements which we are used to, Aashiqui 2 is an average movie which will definitely please you if… Continue reading Aashiqui 2

Ek Thi Daayan

When compared to some of the recent horror films made in bollywood, Ek Thi Daayan from director Kannan Iyer is indeed a better one. But the movie fails to conclude in a better way and couldn’t really make it a fresh one in terms of treatment in the second half and ends up in a… Continue reading Ek Thi Daayan


After making two relatively impressive action movies, director Diphan takes a u turn and tries to go for the humor track. But sadly just like his senior Shaji Kailas tasted bitterness with Madirasi, Diphan also fails miserably to handle a good theme which was written immaturely. Same old predictable jokes and some unbaked exaggerations about… Continue reading SIM

The Croods

Conveying that good old message of being optimistic about the future and taking necessary risks, The Croods is a beautiful tale of a family who survives through hope. With abundant fun in the screenplay with dialogs, visuals and characterizations; this 98 minute long animated tale will surely give your cheeks a good time to exercise.… Continue reading The Croods


If this was the real story of Silk Smitha, they should not have made this film; because the content of the movie is such a bizarre cliché. We have seen these kinds of films in the recent past like the bollywood films The Dirty Picture, Heroine and the Malayalam film Matinee. The new movie on… Continue reading Climax

Nautanki Saala

Rohan Sippy’s new directorial venture, Nautanki Saala is a film that fails to impress you with its unbaked comic sense. The scattered comedy will make you laugh at occasions but overall the content is quite a charmless drama that fails to work out. The plot revolves two guys Ram Parmar (RP), a theater artist and… Continue reading Nautanki Saala


Oblivion from director Joseph Kosinski is a movie that is narrated typically, elevated smoothly and ends impressively. Even though the story has resemblance with many other films that has similar look and feel, the convincing climax makes the movie a good watch at the end of the day. The story is set in 2077 and… Continue reading Oblivion