Friday, April 18, 2014

Picks&Piques/Snippet Film Reviews 18April2014/Johnson Thomas



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Picks&Piques/Snippet Film Reviews 18April2014/Johnson Thomas

2 States(Hindi) Rating: *  * ½ About two lovers striving to bridge the north-south divide through understanding and patience. Abundant in traditional stereotypes, artifice and inconsistencies  yet pleasant and engaging in parts.            

Dekh Tamasha Dekh(Hindi) Rating: *  *  * communal politics and warring religious communities front this  socio-political satire, which is as such, tone deaf (lacking in humor) and somewhat disjointed but has enough drama to keep you engaged.

Lucky kabootar(Hindi) Rating: * lacking in class and catering to your baser instincts!

Transcendence(English/Imax) Rating: *  *  ½ This sci-fi adventure is caught-up in the hoary contrariness about man playing God, the dominance of machine and the uncontrollable nature of life thereafter. Goes a step further than ‘Her’ but doesn’t possess the similar poignancy. Johnny Depp is liberally wasted and appears disinterested while Rebecca Hall and Paul Bethany try and salvage some affective engagement.

                                                                                        


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