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  • The Beach Bum

    The Beach Bum


    Matthew McConaughey gives the performance of a lifetime as Moondog, a poet who's stoned half the time and drunk the rest. His tragic-comic performance is absolutely phenomenal and in a fair world, would be recognised for awards.

    His interactions with scene stealers like Zac Efron, Martin Lawrence and Jonah Hill are riotously hilarious and serve as the best parts of the film.

    While the plot may prove to be vague for some, the film is a rather poetic take on…

  • De De Pyaar De

    De De Pyaar De


    De De Pyaar De is a perfectly watchable rom-com that stumbles as much as it scores. There is a surprising amount of emotional heft to the material, with philosophical questions being raised in a rather mature manner. Albeit, the makers more often than not resolve these issues with an awkwardly placed sex joke or two.

    The first half drags on. It's only when Tabu enters the fray that the movie finds its beating pulse. She completely steals the show here.…

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  • Avengers: Endgame

    Avengers: Endgame


    Avengers: Endgame forever changes the face of blockbuster filmmaking. Long story short, this film defines perfection. As a fanboy who has seen all 22 films in the opening weekend, I honestly couldn't have asked for more. Emotionally enthralling, full of culminating throwbacks and packed with unforgettable moments, this truly is the Endgame. Every single actor gives in their all, especially Robert Downey Jr who is award worthy here.

    Easily my favourite film from the last couple of years.

    PS. Try watching this as soon as it's out because the atmosphere in the cinemas will be absolutely insane.

  • Kalank



    The opulent sets, and the sheer grandeur of it all, can't save Kalank from being an artificial and downright soulless endeavour.

    The script is filled with half baked ideas and unnecessary subplots. It also doesn't help that the film has terrible editing, poor CGI and a butt numbing runtime.

    Even though they don't have much to work with, the actors give uniformly great performances with Aditya Roy Kapoor and Madhuri Dixit particularly shining. The soothing music and eye catching cinematography…