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    Ratings: 6.4/10
    Genre(s): Sci-Fi
    Directed By: Rakesh Roshan
    Released On: 1 November 2013
    Movie Star Cast: Hrithik Roshan, Priyanka Chopra, Kangana Ranaut, Vivek Oberoi

    Synopsis: After defeating the villainous Dr. Siddhant Arya, and bringing his father Rohit back from the dead, Krrish continued fighting against evil and saving innocent lives. Now Krishna is living a happily married life with Priya, while Rohit is using his scientific brilliance to benefit society. And Krrish is everyone’s favorite superhero saviour. Unknown to them, a dark force is growing in another part of the world. Kaal, an evil genius, is selfishly misusing his powers to spread fear, death and destruction. And he is being assisted by an army of very dangerous beings, which he has created himself. Not long after Kaal’s plans are put into action, both Rohit and Krrish find themselves faced with a crisis of epic proportions, which only they can resolve, together. But when they finally cross paths with Kaal and his army, neither of them is prepared for what lies ahead. Kaal not only brings the world to the brink of disaster, he also puts the strength and love of Krishna and his family to the …

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    Eventually someone will attend a showing of Peter Landesman’s Parkland and need to be reminded that President John F. Kennedy went to Dallas, Texas in November of 1963, only to be gunned down during a motorcade through streets lined with well-wishers, but the film’s pre-opening credits text that convey that information is an eye-rolling start to a generally inoffensive film.

    Centered on the moments just before JFK’s assassination until the day the beloved president was buried (the same day, incidentally, his murderer was also laid to rest), Landesman’s film attempts to convey the emotional and historical impact of the death through the stories and perspectives of various people involved in his final hours. A large cast (including such draws as Zac Efron, Billy Bob Thornton, Paul Giamatti, and Marcia Gay Harden, in addition to many, many more) gamely take on interesting if not entirely invigorating material and the result is something entirely unfulfilling, though well-intentioned.

    Parkland swiftly introduces us to both major players (from FBI agents to Secret Service men to the doctors and nurses of Parkland Hospital, the film’s namesake and where JFK ultimately passed away) and various locations that will prove important (the hospital itself, Dealey Plaza, the FBI field office in Dallas, Abraham Zapruder’s office), all identified by way of nifty on-screen text. It’s a bit of a cheat, but it works, and for the film’s first half, Landesman adeptly juggles all of his many characters, many locations, and many emotions. The film clips right along with the maximum of efficiency, but it may just be the (obviously incorrect) possibility that tragedy will be averted that keeps everything ticking, because once Kennedy is gone, everything instantly flatlines alongside him. Longer sequences stretch on, attention is spent on unworthy characters, other elements are pushed aside, and what previously worked together so fluidly just goes limp.Parkland barely makes it through its slim ninety-minute runtime.

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    The Lunchbox is about two desolate individuals who make a tenuous connection when the famed Mumbai dabbawallas mess up and deliver lunch to the wrong man. Saajan, played by Irrfan Khan, is a widower on the verge of retirement.

    Ila, played by Nimrat Kaur, is a housewife, frayed by neglect. Their relationship – expressed entirely through notes exchanged in the lunchbox – develops into love. Every detail in this lovely film speaks of the care with which it has been crafted. So, as Ila does the household laundry, she listens to recipes ofpaneer do pyaaza on the radio.

    Saajan, who is Catholic, writes to her that he has been offered a vertical burial plot – “I’ve spent my life standing in trains and buses,” he says, “now I will have to stand even when I’m dead.” The writing is enhanced by terrific performances. This film is a triumph for all its leads – Irrfan, Nimrat and Nawazuddin Siddiqui who is endearing as Saajan’s junior.

    Irrfan, who also co-produced the film, is its backbone. His gait, eyes, even his slight smile, captures Saajan’s melancholy. Irrfan and Nawaz are two of the finest actors working today but this film wouldn’t be what it is without Nimrat’s heartbreaking performance. The Lunchbox is poignant and powerful. It will make you laugh and cry. And it will also make you hungry – I was dying to eat paneer kofta and bhindi when it finished.

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    Short stories work best as short films. There is a certain brevity and inherent pace that must not be tampered with. Especially, if the source material relies on an O Henry ending.

    O Henry’s short stories, especially The Last Leaf, that Lootera is based on, have the structure of a joke. It’s all about the punchline. You need to say it with all the detail you can, keep your audience wondering and before they know it, deliver that last line with sweet timing and get out of there.

    The good news is that Vikramaditya Motwane’s Lootera delivers that last line with perfection.

    If only the makers had kept the rest of the storytelling equally tight and gripping. Thanks to the concept of the interval, our films need two climactic twists. One for the interval point and one for the ending. With the spoiler of a title, the interval point here is really not much of a twist. And how riveted you can be for 70 minutes waiting for that titular reveal has everything to do with your patience level and affinity for gorgeously framed images.

    The film does work in moments — like when Varun (Ranveer Singh) tries to teach Pakhi (Sonakshi Sinha) how to draw leaves in her painting, or when she confronts him about his feelings for her, the gripping chase in the second half and the last leaf in the climax.

    Imagine Kunal Kohli’s Fanaa adapted for the 1950s, better done, restrained but with the slowish pretension of a wannabe classic. Fine period detailing and tragedy alone don't make for a classic.

    If stories of dying people make for a classic, the “no smoking” ads before films are classics. “Afsos Mukesh Bachch Na Saka”.

    This is a film where you can see that the director learnt his craft from the Bhansali school of grandeur, decadence and drama, but the film also wants to employ Kashyap’s minimalist, slice-of-life matter-of-factness and restraint in the same story. It’s not an easy rope walk and but no points for trying that. Because this results in many moments of complete dissonance. The background score spells out and underlines every emotion, while the performances are understated.

    To be fair to the cast, Ranveer Singh and Sonakshi Sinha do an earnest job, keeping the performances completely real. Sonakshi especially turns in a career best, while Adil Hussain, Arif Zakaria and Barun Chanda bring in a lot of credibility to the characters.

    This is the kind of film you might get bored watching in the theatres but find your mom crying to, when it plays on TV. Maybe it’s generation gap, maybe a threshold for patience...

    But I found myself restless in my seat, bored by the indulgence of a filmmaker to turn what seemed like a short, fun story with a smart twist on paper into an unwarranted drama with epic delusions of tragedy.

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    The film opens with a funereal scene of an extended family in mourning over a double tragedy. It closes with a shockingly distressing finale. And nothing that happens in between provides the minutest glimmer of hope. Yet BA Pass is never less than riveting.


    It is an unflinching, scalding tale that exposes the heart of darkness that lies under the serene, genteel veneer of middle class life in Delhi.

    The downbeat drama, which marks cinematographer Ajay Bahl's directorial debut, plays out in a benighted world of dangerous liaisons and false moves where the privileged and powerful prey relentlessly and mercilessly on those that are weak and vulnerable.

    This sharply written, smartly edited and evocatively shot film lands all its blows well-nigh perfectly, without having to overplay its hand.

    BA Pass builds up its 'horror' tale bit by bit, tightening the screws with calm, calculated twists and turns as it inches towards its unsettling climax.

    Adapted from Mohan Sikka's The Railway Aunty, a short story that was part of the Delhi Noir anthology published in 2009, the film is neither manipulatively 'bold' nor exploitatively 'erotic'. If anything, it is a deeply melancholic take on innocence sullied and brutalized.

    In the bleak, amoral universe that the narrative is located in, vile treachery lurks at every bend.

    All that seems to exist and thrive is runaway lust. Here, seduction is only a deadly, soul-destroying game whose rules are as perverse as the morally barren terrain that it is played on.

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    Here's no way any fan of the first 'Hangover' film can honestly claim that 'The Hangover Part III' is as much fun. There are a few good laughs to be found in the new film, but it's not nearly as outrageous as the 2009 original. In an effort perhaps to please all those who criticized the second film for being a carbon copy of the first, director Todd Phillips ditches the blackout gimmick from the previous two movies, throws out the "what-happened-last-night?" narrative device, and goes in an entirely different direction this time.

    After his father dies from a heart attack that was triggered by a road accident he caused involving an unfortunate giraffe, it becomes clear that Alan (Zach Galifianakis) is in need of professional help. His Wolfpack buddies - Phil (Bradley Cooper), Stu (Ed Helms), and Doug (Justin Bartha) - offer to drive him to a psychiatric facility in Arizona, but they're ambushed en route by a mobster named Marshall (John Goodman) who orders them to track down their old 'frenemy', Asian criminal Leslie Chow (Ken Jeong). As it turns out, Chow stole 21 million dollars worth of Marshall's gold, and now the boys must follow after Chow all the way to Mexico and then to Vegas to recover the gold, or Marshall will have Doug killed. Teetering uncomfortably between black comedy and bleak crime thriller, 'Part III' is effectively a cat-and-mouse chase between the boys and Mr Chow, and the violence in the film isn't played for laughs, it's actually pretty gruesome, with both humans and animals in the firing line. The occasional laughs are provided by Zach Galifianakis' dim-witted man-child Alan, who continues to do and say the stupidest things. His man-crush on Phil notwithstanding, Alan's budding romance with a pawn-shop dealer in Vegas (Melissa McCarthy) gives us one of the film's most hilarious scenes. But oddly, 'The Hangover Part III's' main focus is Ken Jeong's Mr Chow, who can be hilarious in small doses, but gets way too much screen time here to do his usual mean-spirited shtick. As a result, Bradley Cooper's Phil and Ed Helms' Stu are reduced to second-rung players in this movie. What'll likely disappoint the fans most is the absence of any satisfying sight gags, the sort that made the first Hangover such a riot. Alas there are no tigers, no celebrity cameos, not even a baby to jerk off. What you do get is a gratuitous reunion with Heather Graham's stripper Jade, and a strangely unsetting scene between Alan and her son that doesn't belong in this film. The only comedic set-piece you'll remember is a thrilling sequence staged on the roof of Caesar's Palace. And yet, with all its shortcomings, you have to admit 'The Hangover Part III' contains more of a plot than the earlier films. There may be fewer surprises and not so many laugh-out-loud moments, but its twist-filled storyline ensures that you're seldom bored. I'm going with two-and-a-half out of five for 'The Hangover Part III'. Keep your expectations in check, and you won't come out entirely disappointed.

 

 

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