The Bourne Legacy may share themes with the previous three Bourne films but it is different beast altogether.
While there are some truly hilarious moments in the film, The Dictator is underwhelming in its entirety.
Hugo is partly adventure and partly a film-history lecture, but the stirring treatment makes it a winner all the way.
Rooney Mara’s Lisbeth Salander is strong and brave enough to lift The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo from a stylish and dark piece of entertainment to a meaningful story that fuels introspection.
This coming-of-age story of a 50-year-old man is high-quality cinema and shouldn’t be missed.
The direction in this film is so authentic that the movie could pass as an actual film from the 1920s.
In mediocre box-office Bollywood, Agneepath is like a luminescent shooting star. It retains some of the flavour of the cult Amitabh Bachchan starrer but transgresses from the original script only slightly to create maximum impact.
If you’re stuck with a DVD of Trespass, you could ignore the poor reviews and watch it anyway, or you could read this and discover five reasons not to.
Enjoy this movie for what it is: a chick flick with heart, about a woman who loves her kids and her work with similar passion – Carrie Bradshaw style.
The Sure Thing transports the viewer back in time to see a group of celebrities before they made it big in Hollywood.