Picks&Piques/Snippet Film reviews/16thMay2014/Johnson Thomas

Picks&Piques/Snippet Film reviews/16thMay2014/Johnson Thomas


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The Xpose(Hindi) Rating: *  * ½ It’s an entertainment generate ‘karne  ke liye kuch bhi karega’ types - a flash from the past, this whodunit set in the film industry uses well-known incidents and R.D.Burman style music as catalyst for it’s feckless story-telling. It’s weirdly wired but entertaining nevertheless-Especially the hair-raising dialogues uttered by Himesh in typical Raaj Kumar fashion.

Children of War(Hindi) Rating: *  * ½  poignant but lacking in potency. The Bangladesh war has never been attempted before, so this one is a first. But that noble intention of telling a story based on true events gets frittered away in the disjointed narrative that fails to touch your heart.
                                                                                                           
Midsummer Midnight Mumbai/M3 (Hindi) Rating: * ½  another whodunit but without any class or suitable substance, this one is too lackluster to bother about.

Godzilla(Imax/3D/English+dubbed in regional languages) Rating: * *  * ½ impressively effected, this one is sized for Max-imum benefits in terms of high velocity entertainment and sheer FX wizardry. 
                                                                                                 
Fading Giggolo(English) Rating: *  *  * Subtly nuanced entertainment Woody Allen style. John Torturro directs the wonderful ensemble cast of well-known faces. It has a strikingly blended narrative!                                                  

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