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According to media reports, Blue cost between Rs 80-100 crore and is the most expensive Hindi film ever made. The crew includes two Oscar winners--composer AR Rahman and sound designer Resul Pookutty; pop star Kylie Minogue; Pete Zucarini, the underwater director of photography from Pirates of the Caribbean; and a host of stars including Akshay Kumar, Sanjay Dutt, Zayed Khan and Lara Dutta.
The Dolphin: Story of a Dreamer
The Dolphin: Story of a Dreamer is a relatively cute little animated adventure that tries so hard to be Finding Nemo, that it’s just plain sad. Based on Sergio Bambarén’s children’s book of the same name, this film is charming in some parts yet corny in others. It's a dangerous combination that will most likely win over the young ones but at the same time, repel adults.
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"The secret impresses no one," Michael Caine's character reminds his proteges in The Prestige. In other words, you better have something else up your sleeve besides actual "magic" because magic is lousy entertainment. It's cold and impersonal and usually has no dramatic heft. Most magic tricks are performed at a quick pace because the whole thing depends on a moment's misdirection and because if it didn't go by quickly, no one would ever sit for it. Even when it's successful, a magic trick earns nothing but a polite clap. Christopher Nolan should have thought harder about this, because his film has the same deficiencies. All of its energy goes into structure and the concealment of hollow secrets. The film's backbone is an elaborate timeline that moves backwards, splits into two threads and then wobbles forward again, leaving the actors without a leg to stand on. Nolan's much-enjoyed puzzleboard picture Memento had a reason for its structural acrobatics, but The Prestige just wants to challenge the memory and attention of the audience. This isn't a movie, it's a game of Concentration.
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Many movies skirt the question of how the growing influence of Evangelical Christians as a voting block is impacting politics. Jesus Camp, from co-directors Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady (The Boys from Baraka) plunges headfirst into these murky waters. The resulting production is both disturbing and enlightening. In addition to providing a first-hand view of this landscape, it raises a question that will earn Jesus Camp the label of "controversial": to what extent does the indoctrination undergone by the children depicted in this film cross over the line into child abuse?
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Tale of Despereaux
As animated films go, The Tale of Despereaux represents adequate family entertainment. The quality is nowhere near the level we have come to expect from Pixar but, since there are no Pixar films in theaters this time of year, The Tale of Despereaux makes an acceptable substitution. It's on par, or perhaps a little better, than Dreamworks' cash-grab, Madagascar 2. Nevertheless, this is not top-flight animation. While the voice acting is fine and the story is nicely paced, the visuals are disappointing. The Tale of Despereaux looks like it was made about 10 years ago and, at a time when even mediocre animated films can generally boast a stunning look, this movie's uninspired animation is a source of disappointment.
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Without pussyfooting around, I can state that Catwoman is a catastrophe. An amalgamation of bad clichés purr-loined from other, better superhero movies (not that there are many - if any - that can be considered worse), this motion picture is an embarrassment to all involved, from single-named director Pitof (whose moniker sounds like something often done to rice) to Halle Berry, who has by now thrown away all of the goodwill she gained from appearing in Monsters Ball. One is tempted to say that ritual disembowelment is too good for those who have perpetrated this abomination on the comic book-loving movie-going public. But that would be hyperbole, if only barely.
Downfall is the third major filmed account of Hitler's final ten days, following in the distant wake of 1973's Hitler: The Last Ten Days and 1981's The Bunker. A superior production to both of the earlier movies, Downfall is a windfall for anyone who, like me, is fascinated by stories from World War II. The first internationally released German production to feature Hitler as a central figure, Oliver Hirschbiegel's film has been criticized in some circles as presenting a portrait of the Fuhrer that is "too sympathetic." In fact, nothing could be further from the truth. As portrayed in a powerhouse performance by Bruno Ganz, Hitler comes across as a petty, demented figure who spews bile as he rants and raves. The lone exception is an establishing scene in 1942 (when Hitler chooses a secretary), where he appears almost grandfatherly. Other than that, he is shown to be a conscienceless, hateful madman who believes his people deserve to die because they are no longer fit to live.
When did Will Ferrell stop being funny? It wasn't that long ago that this Saturday Night Live alum looked to be following in the footsteps of the likes of Jim Carrey and Adam Sandler but, somewhere along the way, Ferrell's train derailed. Now, once again paired with John C. Reilly, he tries so hard and with so little effect to make us laugh that the result is almost physically painful. Few films are worse to sit through than comedies that don't work. Step Brothers is one of those. Humor is subjective, but this movie made me feel as if I had been subjected to something unpleasant.
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You've Got Mail
Tom Hanks can act. You need look no further than this year's Saving Private Ryan for proof of that. Meg Ryan can also act. For supporting evidence, check out Prelude to a Kiss and Courage Under Fire. However, in Nora Ephron's latest romantic comedy, You've Got Mail (an update of Ernst Lubitsch's 1940 movie, The Shop Around the Corner), all that's required of these two popular performers is that they effervesce. Any acting that goes on is incidental. Hanks and Ryan were hired for two reasons: both are instantly likable and, as proven in two previous outings (Joe Versus the Volcano and Sleepless in Seattle), they work well together. In their quest to assure that You've Got Mail is adored by movie-goers, the film makers have spared no expense.
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The Lazarus Papers
Wow, where to begin? This movie took me by surprise, I mean look at the cover… Soldiers, helicopters, explosions and Gary Daniels and Danny Trejo; both from the destructive movie “The Expendables” and a gun blasting, explosion topped, non-stop action flick passes your mind… There must have been a miscommunication between the director and the cover artist because the only moment there was any sort of resembling action was at the beginning of the movie I don’t even recall explosions. Read on for the full nonsense…
Forgetting you’ve ever seen the cover, The movie adapts a more twisted path, a physiological trip to test your sanity, I can understand flash backs in movies but when they range from 1 year in the future, 2 days in the past and then a couple of hours in the future and a couple of weeks back in the past you’ll start to lose sense of what’s going on.
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Field of Dreams
"If you build it, he will come." That's the ethereal message that inspires Iowa farmer Ray Kinsella (Kevin Costner) to construct a baseball diamond in the middle of his cornfield. At first, "he" seems to be the ghost of disgraced ballplayer Shoeless Joe Jackson (Ray Liotta), who materializes on the ballfield and plays a few games with the awestruck Ray. But as the weeks go by, Ray receives several other messages from a disembodied voice, one of which is "Ease his pain."
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Punjabi-speaking Shalini Singh lives a middle-classed lifestyle in the Himalayan region in India along with her mom, Kirat dad, Jaspal brother, Happy and sister, Littly, and was engaged to Neil Brar as a child. Years later Neil re-locates to the United States of America, and there is no contact between him and the Singh family but Shalini hopes to marry and live with him eventually
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A journalist searches for her daughter as a series of catastrophic disasters push a destabilized society toward the brink of global war.
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An opera based on the life of celebrity and actress Anna Nicole Smith.
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Kiss of Death
Jimmy Kilmartins an ex-con whos trying to go straight. But he cant say no to a quick driving job because his so called friends life is threatened. The job is for Little Junior Brown, a violent and powerful villain. When things go wrong, Jimmy is left to do the time, and his whole life is turned upside-down, but if that wasnt enough, the cops wont leave Jimmy alone when he gets out... They want Little Junior
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My Last Five Girlfriends
A clever adaptation of international bestseller On Love, by Alain de Botton, in which Duncan is a young man determined to find the secret to a healthy, strong relationship. Along the way, he mines his last five doomed romances for clues.
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