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HindustanTimes Tue,29 Jul 2014
Kick

Movie review by Anupama Chopra: Salman Khan's Kick is all charisma, logic-free story

Kick is an outrageously silly film. It lurches from a thwarted love story to infantile comedy to slick action to shamelessly manipulative melodrama without any attempt at coherence or consistency, writes Anupama Chopra. Kick biggest opener of 2014, earns Rs. 53 crore in 2 days
Ralph Fiennes

Movie review by Rashid Irani: The Grand Budapest Hotel is a trip to bountiful

A comic caper tinged with melancholy, Anderson’s eighth feature is mostly set in a fictional East European republic during the early 1930s. In the leads, both Ralph Fiennes and newcomer Tony Revolori deliver sparkling comedic turns. Rashid Irani writes.
Ralph Fiennes

Movie review: Nawazuddin Siddiqui overpowers Salman Khan in Kick

Bhai fans, rejoice! For a change, Salman Khan's Kick has much more going for it than just his charisma. It has a story and some brilliant performances. It also has Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Randeep Hooda, Nargis Fakhri and Jacqueline Fernandes. Want more?
Thirumanam Ennum Nikkah

Movie review: Watch Thirumanam Enum Nikkah only for Nazriya Nazim

Aneesh's Thirumanam Enum Nikkah has a story and script that seem to have been penned in the most bizarre style. Except for Nazriya Nazim, who is superbly charming as the girl playing both a Muslim and a Hindu, the rest of the cast are no better than caricatures.
Grand Budapest Hotel

Movie review: The Grand Budapest Hotel is a sweet treat

Director Wes Anderson weaves a delightful yet quirky murder mystery. Ralph Fiennes as the flamboyant concierge, who offers special in-room services to rich old ladies, is a treat to watch. This one goes on the must-watch list..
Dhanush, Vellai Illa Pattadhari

Movie review: Vellai Illa Pattadhari has great theme, poor script

Although Vellai Illa Pattadhari presents a grave social malaise -- that of joblessness among engineering graduates in Tamil Nadu -- the script plays spoilsport. Performances by the lead pair Dhanush or Amala Paul do not lift the movie either.
begin again

Movie review of Begin Again: this feel-good romance is for lovers of music

Poignant, enthusiastic and suffused with those sunshine moments, this languid romance is for lovers of music. Keep your expectations low and this one will send you home happy. Watch it for Mark Ruffalo and Keira Knightley's performances.
Surveen Chawla

Movie review: Hate Story 2 has strong performances, but story lets it down

With a totally predictable story line and extremely illogical twists and turns, Hate Story 2 fails to entertain. Watch the film only if you are a die-hard fan of Sushant or Surveen, because nothing else is really worth the time and money, writes Sweta Kaushal.
Pizza3d

Movie review: Pizza 3D outdoes most Bollywood horror flicks

If you're the sort of horror junkie who feeds on Hollywood and Japanese versions (Japan is to horror what Italy is to pizza), don't expect to see something you haven't seen before. But by Bollywood standards, this film easily outdoes most of what passes for horror, writes Sarit Ray.
Begin Again

Movie Review: Begin Again has a fair share of both delights and disappointments

Week after week, major studio behemoths clog up the multiplexes. For a change, here’s an independently produced musical- romance which has a lot going for it - charismatic leads, a couple of catchy tunes and evocative New York locations.
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