The Best of Hollywood: 2013

2013 was a rather mixed affair for Hollywood movies. The summer releases this year were largely underwhelming (Iron man 3, Man Of Steel, Fast and Furious 6 amongst others) if you ask me. Only a few amongst such releases made for enjoyable big screen viewing such as Pacific Rim, Star Trek into Darkness. However there…

World War Z: Indian Theatrical Trailer

Zombie movies as a genre is very popular in western cinema. There is a loyal fan base for this genre.It also caught the fancy of Indian Directors and this year we had two Zombie films, one of them was Go Goa Gone, produced by Bollywood Actor Saif Ali Khan. Both the Zombie films failed to…

Babel Movie Review: Four stories that spiral from one rifle

A film with a non-linear storyline is always intriguing to review, especially if it has been made well. Babel, the 2006 release of Mexican director Alejandro González Iñárritu, has a non-linear plot which actually ties together four different storyline across four different countries in three continents. The effort of making four different stories, with individual…

Redefining Cinema The 'Tarantino' Way

Quentin Tarantino – the name  represents machismo, style & loads of attitude. And a good deal of the same can be found in the strongly etched out female protagonists in his films. They are tough, sexy, sassy, smart and hard as nails . Who will stop at nothing before they get what they want. They…

The name is "Quentin Tarantino"

Once Upon a Time in Tarantino occupied Cinema Chapter. I : Story and Screenplay Quentin Tarantino manages to keep a fine balance between being commercial and at the same not following your cliched plots and being able to come up with something fresh & crunchy every time. His filmography ranges from all types of different…