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Kill Your Darlings – DVD Review

An engrossing take on the writers of the Beat Generation during their formative years, Kill Your Darlings is a unique blend of love-cum-murder story that evolves around the piercing-blue-eyed and sexually-enhanced Lucien Carr [Dane DeHann]—his lover-professor-stalker David Krammerer [Michael C Hall], who gets killed by Carr in the very opening—and Carr’s erotic fascination William Burroughs … Continue reading

When Harry Met Sally … DVD Review

Can a boy and a girl be just friends? Well, from what I have learnt, being a part of the animal kingdom that is, our males and females cannot. We pretty much go for anyone, at anytime! But with you humans, it is a bit different. And the movie ‘When Harry Met Sally…’ proves it. … Continue reading

Pretty Woman – Classics Review

Simply put, ‘Pretty Woman‘ is an endearing tale of a garishly dressed prostitute acquiring dress and mannerism of sophisticated high class woman. From a mere money-grabbing-in-lieu-of-sleazy-sex the professional prostitute comes to be a woman replete with dignity and learns the new meaning of love and sex. She also succeeds in transforming a ruthlessly calculating business … Continue reading

The Breakfast Club – DVD Review

I wanna be a rebel, I wanna be a rebel, I wanna chew my master’s brand new shoe all day! Well, sorry to break the bubble, but real life ain’t like that folks. It’s mean and it’s harsh; trust me, take it from someone who has had enough kicks to last his lifetime. The faster … Continue reading

Serpico – DVD Review

Hmmm. Police. Cops. Corruption. And real life depicted in reel life. Somehow the best part about the Force that I like is that they use us dogs to help them out. Makes me kinda feel important you know. But enough about dogs’ role in catching the criminals. Let’s talk about the movie Serpico … An … Continue reading

The King’s Speech – DVD Review

Okay, so there are times and movie where poking fun or mocking are inappropriate. Even for us mongrels. We will thus aptly, cut the bull-shit, and go straight to reviewing The King’s Speech. A moving portrayal of the innermost fears of a sovereign when a speech impairment looms large to impede his address to a … Continue reading

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