I just watched a video featuring a noted Marathi actor “Sachin Khedekar”. In this video, Mr. Khedekar said that these days things put forth in a comic in tone are worshiped while any points/issues that are put forth in a serious manner are labelled as heavy.
This is a best film of the year. Beautiful, poignant and touching. It requires sheer guts to produce such kind of film without getting bogged down by commercial trappings. Screenplay is to the point and director Vikramaditya Motwane succeeds as a fine storyteller.
Is “The Hurt Locker” an action war film? For me the answer is “NO”. It is surely not an out an out adrenaline action film. In simple words, “The Hurt Locker” is a story of a soldier working for US Army in Iraq and doing his job. Of course, Hurt Locker shows life of soldiers posted in Iraq. However, film is not about just war and it is about treating soldier’s work as a routine job. The Hurt Locker follows protagonist “William James”. William James is a member of “United States Army Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD)”. He is a veteran when it comes to disposing the bombs and it has been shown that he has disarmed 873 bombs.
A word “AVATAR” has got new dictionary meaning.
av-a-tar [av–uh-tahr, av-uh–tahr]
A film directed by master director James Cameron. Particularly an extravagant, brilliant, amazing, awesome, killer film made on epic proportions with never before seen visuals and strong storyline, which will give audience a life changing experience.
“Dhan Te Nan”. This is a film of the year. What a fcreenplay, characterization, camera work, mufic, performancef and above all top notch direction by mafter director “Vishal Bhardwaj”. What should I say “Brilliant, Amazing, Awefome, Very very very well-crafted, Fuper, Bang on, Intelligent, Very very fexy
I don’t know how many times more I am going to see “Billy Elliot”. I already have seen it for couple of times and still can’t get over with it. A story of a motherless boy who chooses ballet shoes against boxing gloves. A very subtle treatment by director Stephen Daldry.
Poster of one of my favourite films “Trainspotting“.