Wednesday, September 19, 2018

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Film ‘The Wonder Stone’ directed by Varun Mehta finally saw its premiere on 28th December 2011 at Shakti Nagar, Aligarh. The Movie has been in news for portraying a strong story based on Children with universal appeal. The film talks about an alien stone that gets discovered by some children and they get super human abilities from it. Some of them gets confused either to use them or not, some are frustrated with the changes, and some uses them in a bad way. But ultimately, the motive comes out that the stone was actually guiding them towards saving the planet.

The Premiere saw the kids... Read More

Well, hello Michelle Williams. Wow. Kudos to you for sure, for you are totally mesmerizing as Marilyn Monroe—or frankly, as anyone at all. No one can take their eyes off you when you are on the screen. You are more bewitching than Marilyn was by many percentage points.

My Week with Marilyn is a must-see. It's a one-week snippet of Marilyn's life, and it shows us her genius at manipulation and her vulnerability as a woman whose soul others can't see through her beauty. Lastly, it shows us how three extremely powerful players were all at the mercy of one very unstable Marilyn.

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I love this movie. I’m going to go see it again, and then maybe one more time. It’s a chick flick with no romantic interest. Go figure. That alone makes it unique. It’s the story of David and Goliath, only they are baseball teams. It’s the story of a broken family. It’s a story of dreams unfulfilled. It’s a story about working together. It’s a story about believing you are right when there is no precedent for your ideas. So many stories, so little time—and yet they all unfold in a seemingly unhurried way with no loose ends. No easy task.

First, and I must confess to not following baseball,... Read More

Before I provide my readers with a full review of Zaritsas: Russian Women in New York, I'd like to give New Yorker-Russian Filmmaker Elena Beloff a shout out. I recently placed an instrumental piece "Quiet & Wine", in her new documentary Zaritsas. The film was produced by Vincent D'onofrio.


The filmmaker Elena Beloff is a Russian woman who has lived in New York for ten years. Her film explores stereotypes of Russian women which emerged in the 1990’s, unfortunate stereotypes that arose from the media and hearsay. Elena’s method was to follow five Russian women for... Read More

When Twilight, the four part novel written by Stephanie Meyer first appeared as a book in 2005, then in film in 2008, similarities between this story and other legends and myths were evoked. One tale that comes to mind is of the young maiden Persephone, kidnapped by Hades and brought to the underworld to be his consort and queen.

The legend has always had the appeal of an epic conflict that proliferates over her abduction. Demeter, her mother, goddess of fertility, is so overcome by emotion, she becomes vengeful, refusing to let anything live or grow. Begrudgingly, Hades agrees... Read More

Ben Stiller's new movie with Eddie Murphy “Tower Heist” is fun and entertaining to watch.

"Tower Heist" is well casted and includes names like:

Alan Alda, of M*A*S*H – (as the greedy villain).Eddie Murphy, who I believe needs no introduction – plays the thief that agrees to help them steal their money back. Matthew Broderick, known from Ferris Bueller’ Day Off (as a sad-sack Wall Street victim).

Casey Affleck, known for his role in “Good Will Hunting”, (as concierge).

Gabourey Sidibe, blew everyone away in her role in “Precious” (as Odessa the safecracking maid).

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I went to see The Help yesterday, the day it premiered in London. I imagine there is little point in saying this, but for those who have not seen it, or not heard of it (well, there might be a few!), it’s a comedy drama set in the segregated South of the sixties, based on Kathyrn Stockett’s novel of the same name.

It’s my kind of movie, one that deals with serious and interesting themes in an adult way, one that has a serious and interesting story to tell, one that’s so much more a shallow fest of special effects or tiresome thrills. I would have gone to see it at some point though perhaps... Read More

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