Despite all the hype, the $150-million budget and Hemsworth’s noteworthy performance, this movie is no epic.
The critically acclaimed The Battle for Pakistan, a Newsline Films/SAMAA TV co-production, was screened at Film Southasia 2010 in Kathmandu and will be showing in Karachi.
Miral follows the interconnected lives of four Palestinian women over four decades and the drama gains momentum throughout the film.
Big stars provide solid performances, but those of Oscar-winner Jamie Fox and singer Will.i.am are head and shoulders above the rest.
“Voices Breaking Boundaries is bringing to light an alternative image of Pakistan,” says Sehba Sarwar.
Blue Valentine is about life with all its unpredictability and disappointments, missed opportunities and unfulfilled ambitions: it is true to life.
The Fighter is a departure from the kind of quirky films director David O Russell normally makes, but in his casting of Christian Bale he has ensured that this movie is a knockout.
This movie has more potholes than a badly constructed road, but the chemistry between Matt Damon and Emily Blunt is undeniable from the minute they meet.
Dhobi Ghat is a movie lies low on all counts, ingeniously presenting itself as a melancholic ode to the city of Mumbai and its people.
It is the teamwork between Rush and Firth that makes The King’s Speech an excellent film.