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We Are What We Are – Mexican Horror Movie Review

When I found out Bentley had went on a movie outing, I gave the Human an ultimatum: bring me to a movie or I will empty out my bowels on his bed till kingdom come. He conceded. But let this be clear, I was not going to follow up with my threat. Bentley creates enough … Continue reading

Renoir – Review

How right was the British poet Keats when he penned those famous words: “A thing of beauty is a joy for ever”. The viewer watching the biopic ‘Renoir’ will readily agree as this sun-fun-frolic-sound laced film lazily traces the story of Andree Heuschling [Christa Theret] and her turning into the mesmerizing Muse not only for the … Continue reading

Pacific Rim – Review

Honestly, we are tired of these movies with big bots and machines, fighting and moving in an unrealistic world. Someone has gotta put a stop to it; if not, at-least include some animal robots. That should be a bit different, if innovativeness is something that the film-makers are looking at these days! And by the … Continue reading

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