Film: 'Damadamm'; Cast: Himesh Reshammiya, Purbi Joshi, Sonal Sehgal; Director: Swapna Waghmare; Rating: ***
So here he is. Himesh Reshammiya is back in front of the camera. This time he moves away from the wannabe-rockstar?s image to play a working-class nerd. Himesh?s Sameer is a bit of an idiot.
So he celebrates the departure of his over-possessive bossy girlfriend Shikha (Purbi Joshi) by dancing on the steets, making wei
Film: 'Nootrienbathu (180)'; Cast: Siddharth, Priya Anand, Nitya Menen, Mouli, Geetha, Sricharan; Director: Jayendra; Cinematographer: Balasubramaniem; Music Director: Sharreth; Rating: ** 1/2
Acclaimed ad filmmaker Jayendra's debutant movie has all the strength of ad filmmaking - it has style and fabulous visuals. Each frame is a visual treat with an additional strength of showing minute details perfectly.
Film: 'Cars 2'; Director: John Lasseter; Voiceover: Owen Wilson, Michael Caine, Larry the Cable Guy; Rating: ***
When 'Cars' came out in 2006, the film, in its own way, changed animation forever. For the first time, animation tackled one of the greatest challenges it has ever faced - giving emotion to objects that are not only lifeless, but whose physical appearance (bulky cars) don't allow much room for giving them expression on the d
Film: 'Bheja Fry 2'; Director: Sagar Ballary; Cast: Vinay Pathak, Kay Kay Menon, Minissha Lamba, Suresh Menon and Amole Gupte; Rating: ***
When 'Bheja Fry' was released in 2007, mostly a shot by shot copy of the 1998 French hit 'Le Diner De Cons' (The Dinner Game), no one expected it to be such a big hit. Yet, in the character of Bharat Bhushan, they had created a character people could relate to, so what if the French had done all the
Film: 'Green Lantern'; Cast: Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively and Peter Sarsgaard; Director: Martin Campbell; Rating: ** 1/2
Superhero films, in their dark, young days, were simple, showed no moral or intellectual depth and relied simply on the hero to save the day, or the world, or something in between. Things have changed a lot since then. Sadly, the writers of the 'Green Lantern' seem to be caught in a time wrap writing a film that is co