Picks and Piques/Snippet Film Reviews 29thFeb2014/Johnson Thomas

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Picks and Piques/Snippet Film Reviews 29thFeb2014/Johnson Thomas

 
Shaadi Ke side Effects(Hindi) Rating: * * * Laugh friendly for sure but nothing path-breaking. At the core are some done to death ,still laugh-worthy internet jokes about marriage and convincing performances by Vidya and Farhan.

Anuradha(Hindi) Rating: * Making a virtue out of stupidity and naivete. This antiquated telly-tricked drama would have been a reject even in the 1940’s.
 
Mr Peabody and Sherman(Animation/3D/English) Rating: *  *  *  Lucid, funny and immensely entertaining.
Non-Stop(English) Rating: *  *  * Old-fashioned Airport-styled thriller drama with a high on tension narrative.
Nebraska(English) Rating: * * * ½  Alexander Payne returns to his home state of Nebraska for his sixth directorial feature, a wistful ode to small-town Midwestern life and the quixotic dreams of stubborn old men.
Dallas Buyers Club:Rating: *  *  * ½  Enterprising even in the face of certain death, this film’s hero is a path-breaker in more terms than one. And lead Mathew Mc Connaughey takes performance to new heights.

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