Thursday, March 27, 2014

Movies(Best Releases) of the Week 28Mar2014/Johnson Thomas

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Movies(Best Releases) of the Week 28Mar2014/Johnson Thomas


Taptapadi(Marathi) Rating: *  *  * Rabindranath Tagore’s short Story ‘Dhrustidaan’ gets a sublime Maharashtrian makeover. Stirring empathy and subtle engagement with Solid performances and unadulterated period treatment, this one is quite  memorable.


Youngistaan(Hindi) Rating: * * ½ A young 28 yr old NRI faces a shocking life-turn and becomes PM of India. On love, age-old expectations and filial responsibilities, this one is no ‘Inquilaab’, ‘Aaj ka MLA’ or ‘Nayak’. It’s a fresher take, has some hummable songs and topicality(election season ) but the narration is so shifty and discontinuous that tedium stares you in the face soon enough.



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