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ANAARKALI OF AARAH - You praised Amitabh teaching the meaning of a woman's NO in the court, now praise Swara doing the same in a differently authentic manner. (Review By Bobby Sing).

PHILLAURI - It's a confusingly conceived Punjabi film made in Hindi, based on an interesting but inspired idea with the only merit being its emotional climax. (Review By Bobby Sing).

TRAPPED - Post an unconvincing start, it fairly keeps you engaged as a praise-worthy off-beat attempt featuring an impressive solo act and some notable merits. (Review By Bobby Sing).

This Friday's One Line Reviews by Bobby Sing for making your weekend movie plans..

KONG SKULL ISLAND (English) - Though lacks an emotional pull and the original charm, it's still an incredibly made entertaining comic-book adventure to be experienced in a well-equipped theater. (Review by Bobby Sing).

BADRINATH KI DULHANIA - A unique case of the makers returning with the same lead pair, a similar title, identical looks and the same old premise of a wedding, mocking at the viewers patience & choice. (Review by Bobby Sing).

LION (English/2016) - An emotionally uplifting film which once again depicts INDIA in a bad light and we know the westerners do have a fascination for such dark representation of our country since decades. (Review by Bobby Sing).

ANUPAMA (1967) - Its touching emotional climax and DDLJ - By Bobby Sing.

COMMANDO 2 - Focusing on suspense instead of action, Vidyut gets no support in this poor and so casually conceived film unfortunately. (Review By Bobby Sing).

LOGAN (English/Hindi) - You will make faces, tighten your fists and do several things going through this brutal, cold blooded must watch thriller for sure. (Review by Bobby Sing).

 
 
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If you are a big fan of films based on ‘Time Travel’ and still haven’t seen TIMECRIMES, then you are surely missing one of the most innovative and well conceived films made on this exciting subject till date. In fact this Spanish classic proves itself to be different than any other film made in this particular genre mainly due to its highly confusing yet outstanding use of the Time Machine concept in a truly unique manner like never before.
 
Beginning with a loving couple moving to their new house, the film looks like a suspense crime thriller initially when its central character sees a naked girl lying on a rock through his binoculars and then goes on to see what she is up to in that lonely forest. But the moment he reaches the spot to search for the girl he had seen, the man gets caught in a vicious circle of misleading identities arising from a mysterious time travel experiment which fast becomes a teasing head turner for the viewers within the next half an hour beyond imagination.
 
The film basically rises above any other project in this particular genre because in here its main protagonist is not going back or ahead in time to a different era or year as expected. But here we have the time travel just limited to few hours only which actually causes all the mix up and chaos in the minds of the viewers as a welcome change. In other words its superbly conceived story progression simply makes you scratch your head and forces you to re-think about its unusual & extremely complex plot several times after the end credits start rolling on the screen. To give you an idea, the film neither depends on the support of a huge ensemble of cast nor it has any expensive science fiction sets with some great special effects. There is no blood gore or violence roped in for some extra thrills and it doesn’t have a love story plot either to give you all those relief moments. Yet it successfully manages to stand out exceptionally just on the basic of its fabulous writing, decent performances and a thoughtful direction talking about a unique, unpredictable plot without any unwanted scenes or dull moments.
 
Honestly, for many friends it may turn out to be a completely indecisive or unexplainable kind of film without any clear ending. But actually that remains the unique special point (USP) of the film as they say, since it aims only to leave you thinking and re-thinking about its basic plot just like the main character has to do in the film itself. So if you really want to experience how a time travel film can turn out to be a highly intelligent teasing puzzle then do watch TIMECRIMES as a must and try to solve the game with your thinking minds working on a repeat mode.
 
Director & Writer : Nacho Vigalondo
Starring : Karra Elejalde, Candela Fernandez, Barbara Goenaga

For more information : http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0480669
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30 March 2013 / bobbysing /
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Beginning with an honest confession, after going through this highly over-confident, loud-mouthed and strictly avoidable experience called HIMMATWALA, it was really tough to find any kind of energy to write upon the film in details. But still I have tried to do so, just to warn or save my readers here from wasting their precious time, money and efforts in watching the film in theaters, especially in the multiplexes buying those expensive tickets & snacks.
Remembering the day, when I first heard Sajid Khan announcing an official remake of Jeetendra, Sridevi starrer HIMMATWALA released in1983, I was really shocked since it was not a great film in terms of content despite of being a big hit in those tough years. Now the phrase ‘those tough years’ has been used here, since the decade of 80s is apparently considered to be the most forgettable, amateurish and indecisive decade of Bollywood in the history of its 100 years of film-making as far as the commercial films are concerned. So making a remake of a film selected from that era was quite strange and weird to accept all of a sudden. Yet considering the successful track record of Sajid Khan, I thought that probably he might have cracked some worth trying comic idea within the same storyline and maybe would come up with something interesting rediscovering the 80s in his own version.
But surprisingly it was really unacceptable to find that Sajid does nothing of that sort in his overhyped film to please the new age viewers and just sticks to the same old melodramatic script full of all clichéd plots not appealing to the present net generation at all. Now here an important question arises, that if one really is willing to see a film chosen from that forgotten era of the 80s, then he can easily opt for the original only, which at least would provide him the feeling of that ‘Pleasant Nostalgia’ watching the jumping jack, Jeetendra and the owner of thundering thighs, Sridevi along with the incomparable witty Kader Khan performing at their best. And if he can easily get to see the film on the net just for free or on a DVD for only a few rupees then why on earth he would like to see the same outdated acts being performed by the present big stars at a cost of a high priced ticket?
In other words, if Sajid simply assumed that the viewers in 2013 will really be amused to see Ajay Devgan deliberately doing all those over the top fights and emotional sequences without any contemporary touches or favourable changes introduced, then he was gravely mistaken in doing so, because the films utterly fails to make any kind of entertaining or emotional connect of that sort with the viewers in its pretty long length of 150 minutes. And the same can also be said for its entire cast too wherein Ajay Devgan looks like a clown performing in that peculiar style of the 80s hero, Tamanna just manages to look beautiful awfully speaking “I hate Gareebs” in a childish tone and one truly feels pity seeing an extremely gifted actor Paresh Rawal performing such a silly act wearing a horrible wig. To add further Sajid’s own self praised film falls completely flat in its soundtrack department too with the remixed tracks missing the required bubbly spirit and the fresh songs simply falling into the category of below average. However the cinematography does try to give you something to watch and so does the background music desperately trying to pump up the blood at regular intervals.
Further replying to the bragging statements given by the director weeks before the release of his film I would like to say that for me neither Ajay’s entry had anything exceptional to cheer for nor I could appreciate the stupid spoof played on Alfred Hitchcock’s cult classic PSYCHO. So, if Sajid is firm on his statement of paying back the ticket amount to those who didn’t feel like clapping on Ajay’s entry in the film, then probably he would have to spend a lot paying many like-minded friends disagreeing to his assurances given like myself. In addition I also have another question for the director that if he was really making a film for that common man of the interiors who comes into the theater just for his escapist entertainment, then why were the few subtitles shown in the film written in English and not Hindi?
Anyway, coming to the only silver lining in this black cloud, I would like to mention its two action sequences with the TIGER which easily transported me back to those years when we eagerly used to wait for a tiger fight in a film particularly the ones featuring the Garam Dharam. May be the kids would enjoy this more than the mature audiences which might become the only saving grace of the film to sustain in the home video market. Nevertheless, the truth remains that while watching the tiger in this bad remake, I just had the famous slogan in mind in a different form which said, “Save This Tiger” instead of “Save The Tiger” ironically.
Summing up, one really needs guts to see this HIMMATWALA made with some questionable expectations by the makers, religiously following its outdated original of the past lacking the much needed appeal for the current generation. But here allow me to end this review on a different note addressing the viewers instead, who themselves are responsible for such kind of ridiculous products served to them in the name of cinema. 

To reveal the truth, no producer in the world would have agreed to the idea of remaking the 80s typical hit ever, if Sajid had not got a illustrious record of 3 back to back hits to his credit supporting him with a solid reason.

And who gave him that reason or made that shining record possible?

It was we the viewers only who quite irresponsibly converted all the three & many more mediocre and worthless films into big box office winners in the last decade. And no doubt when such second-rate films keep turning into huge blockbusters on a repeated mode, the directors are bound to become over confident of their exploitive vision, resulting in many more nonsensical  products like HIMMATWALA, proudly touted as another 100 crore project even before its release.
In clear words, if this film goes on to become another major hit of 2013 in the coming days, then it will be a big shameful slap on our own faces as the viewers and if it gets rejected as it should, then it will be an alarming lesson for the makers who always tend to take the viewers as granted. So the decision is all ours.
Rating : 1 / 5 (And that too just for the TIGER who can be shown to the kids as the only entertaining part of a shameful circus.)
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29 March 2013 / bobbysing /
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Steven Spielberg is a reputed, well known name for every lover of cinema all over the world and many of his fabulous films are capable of teaching you the artistic medium and the power of cinema undoubtedly. But still, somehow I had not seen this 1971 movie by the maestro (actually made for the Television), until I heard our own Amitabh Bachchan discussing about it with the man himself in the recent interview organized by the Reliance team in March 2013. And getting highly excited by the way he talked about the movie, I saw DUEL that very night and was really stunned to see such a visionary kind of work done by the veteran at just the beginning of his shining career with an amazing conviction.

Yet for friends looking for a great storyline disclosed by many well written characters as expected from a Spielberg film, I am sorry to say that there is nothing of that sort in this experimental project at all. On the contrary, DUEL is a horrifying account of only few hours in a day, wherein a businessman (David) travelling through the highway meets a psycho truck driver driving a huge vehicle dangerously. Now as David surpasses his truck more than once leaving him behind, the driver gets offended and then gives a real tough time to both David and the viewers with his maddening killer instincts.
 
The film has many long silent sequences, less dialogues, no detailed information about its background and only one main character on the screen fighting with that gigantic truck posing as a demon on the road. The most fascination feature of the film is that though it successfully makes you feel the anger against that sick truck driver going for a kill without any fear, yet the man is never revealed in the film right till the end and his identity is completely left open for the viewer’s own imagination quite interestingly.
 
Its reportedly Steven Spielberg's first long feature film made for the TV which was later also expanded for its theatrical release. Superbly written and magnificently shot entirely on actual locations (in just 13 days), it may not appeal to all movie lovers unanimously. But no doubt its indeed a great timeless classic which makes you feel the tension and brings you on to the edge of your seat repeatedly. Relating it to Spielberg’s more famous masterpiece JAWS, probably the maestro had the same thought process in mind while making DUEL, depicting the terror though a truck instead of a shark. So if you really loved watching his JAWS then you are sure going to enjoy DUEL too in all possibilities as it seems.

And in case you have already seen it or going for it next then just try to guess that why that gigantic ugly truck had so many damaged license plates displayed on his bumper and what did they really mean? Probably you will easily get that secret after watching it.
 
Director: Steven Spielberg
Stars: Dennis Weaver, Jacqueline Scott, Eddie Firestone
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28 March 2013 / bobbysing /
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Rangrezz ArticleRANGREZZ (2013), a remake of the Tamil Hit NAADODIGAL (2009), will soon vanish from the scene in a few days without the support of any well-known cast and a lukewarm response from the reviewers all over the media resulting in an average box office performance. But the film does have a meaningful realistic plot and a unique storyline, capable enough to generate many relevant burning thoughts in your thinking mind and that’s exactly the purpose of this particular write-up as I really wished to convey the hidden core message of the film to my interested friends here quite boldly.
(Note : The article reveals the shocking twist in the film as A Spoiler and its content is meant to be read by the mature readers only due to some straight forward and explicit thoughts shared in its subsequent pages. Further the viewpoint presented here is just from the reference of the said film only which might not be acceptable or applicable to the majority of people.)
RANGREZZ talks about 3 childhood friends and a fourth one who tries to commit suicide due to the problems faced in marrying his lady love, the daughter of a political rival of his own politician mother. The 3 friends decide to help him out of this fix by opting for a crime of abducting the girl and then marrying them together secretly. And this prompt decision by the three friends only forced me to think that does a true friend ever asks questions or reasons for such kind of favour demanded by another dear friend?
In other words, does a caring friend ever raise some doubts or questions when one of his dear buddies informs that he has fallen in love with a girl and wants to marry her in any condition?
The answer is No, a friend never questions this loving expression or raises any doubts on the same when he is told so, as he readily believes and accepts his friend's confession that he has really found his true love and is now eagerly willing to marry her in any condition. In fact, this calls for a celebration among the friends when they come to know that one of them is in love and the girl has also agreed to the proposal gladly. And that’s the reason why the 3 friends in RANGREZZ instantly decide to help their lover-boy friend in getting married by kidnapping the girl from her home town only, risking their own lives without giving it a second thought or without any fear of getting involved in an unnecessary crime at the sake of their own careers.
Now this evidently happens often in real life too, when friends decide to get a couple married, hiding from their respective families, and then help them elope to begin a new life somewhere else, only to return later when the family storm is all over.
But the question I wish to ask here is that during this whole process of getting deliberately married against the family consent with the help of their friends, does this loving pair ever give it a thought that is this really LOVE or just a timely infatuation full of passion to have each other’s body?
Do they ever think before risking the life of their caring friends in this eloping business that is this really LOVE or just a strong timely will to experience unlimited, free SEX in the name of marriage?
No, they don’t ever think this way, because that exciting age doesn’t let them ponder in that direction and all they can see at that time is a beautiful picture of them walking in the clouds together or the boy holding the girl in his arms forever & ever in an imaginary poetic posture quite amusingly.
Whereas the truth remains that the term LOVE is taken too casually in this particular age, which is nothing but an appealing name given to LUST only in most of the cases (along with few thankful exceptions). In reality, the hidden element of SEX plays the major oxygen behind all this energetic expedition of getting married in 
both the boy and the girl, which they get to realize later on, when it’s all actually over.
Now that’s what exactly happens in RANGREZZ wherein the loving couple successfully gets married due to the huge life-changing efforts made by their 3 selfless friends. And I have used the word ‘life-changing’ here because in this risky adventure, one of them loses a leg forever, another loses his listening power completely and the third has to sacrifice his own love-interest because of a criminal case filed upon them all by the newly married couple’s parents.
But despite these personal setbacks or losses, the truthful friends have no regret of any sort in their hearts and they deeply feel contended after helping the two eternal lovers meet each other forever like 3 truly blessed selfless souls redefining friendship in its purest form.
Unfortunately, this is not the usual ‘Happy Ending’ in this thoughtful film, as the 3 noble souls get the shock of 
their life when they are soon informed that the criminal case filed upon them is not-existing anymore as that loving couple has now parted again, gone back to their parental homes and have even filed for DIVORCE in the same court.
Now though the execution of this tender moment in the film does not justify the pain or agony felt by the 3 friends when they get to know about this bitter, harsh truth as a strong slap on their own innocent faces. But as a viewer, I could easily feel the weird or unexplainable feeling in their hearts & mind in that particular scene which can only be expressed with some powerful abusives used for that silly so called “In-love Couple” and nothing else.

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From here on, as a film RANGREZZ does try to pacify the situation with its own cinematic progression wherein the 3 boys even beat the silly love birds like anything to teach them a lesson. And then we also have some potent, hard-hitting dialogues like, “If you just needed to sleep with her for sex, then you should have only asked for a ROOM, instead of MARRIAGE to satisfy your evil desires!”
Yet, the issue is tackled too subtly in the film, which forced me to write about this important blunt truth more precisely for the friends willing to deeply think about the subject in an introspective way.
Now after the couple gets married secretly in the film and runs away to GOA to stay in a hotel with the help of another known friend…………..What actually happens in those few weeks which eventually leads them to a DIVORCE all of a sudden? Or what was the reason for this immediate hatred arising between them after all those loving days spent in each other’s arms as desired?
The answer to the above question is quite obvious, that it happened this way as the couple very soon broke their first exciting craze of being married by indulging in it beyond the limit. And this first exciting craze of marriage was the obsession of SEX and the lustful will to have the other’s body from head to toe, again & again.
As per the film’s storyline, the couple stays in that hotel with everything provided without any hassles and they have nothing else to do in those few weeks, except experiencing SEX with many repeated acts like maniacs. As a result, all that excitement, charm and craze generated due to the distance between them before marriage vanishes in the thin air, the obsession for the flesh fades away and they get to face the truth pretty soon.
Now once the first mirage of SEX gets busted, the next one is of MONEY which again breaks in few days only as they have no source of their own to spend on their outings, travel or shopping. And the moment this second illusion of love gets over too with no money in hand whatsoever, the couple gives away to mutual fights and even starts beating each other in the rage of anger and sheer hatred.
And here the million dollar question arises, that what happened to that beautiful Eternal LOVE between these two loving souls now?………or What happened to those dreams of living together seen by these two persons just weeks before only quite fondly?
Interestingly the answer remains the same that it was not at all LOVE but just LUST and INFATUATION which was lost once the respectable gap between the two got filled with the repeated acts of sex followed by the lack of monetary sources leading to an emotional crisis.
Coming to the point I wish to make here, it’s really a pity that in our part of the world, SEX prominently remains at the back of our mind whether we are talking about the so called eternal LOVE or the made in heaven MARRIAGES as a shameful and unconditional requisite of our set lifestyle patterns unarguably. In straight words, whether she’s the lover or his wife, the male counterpart is simply interested to lay her down first and then think about the other emotions involved in the concept of LOVE or MARRIAGE in the later days. But once this major physical urge of the man gets satisfied, a significant change can be seen in his overall persona as if he has mostly got what he was looking for in a particular relation and now ready to move over without any feeling of shame or regret.
Probably this is why, Pre-Marital Sex was always prohibited here since ages, as a secret weapon in order to make all those marriages work in social terms. Because if this was allowed or accepted openly before the arranged marriages, then perhaps no one would like to go for this permanent entanglement with the other….…forever.
Plus, may be this is why the elders also always insist on keeping the Honeymoon trip of a newly-wed couple very sweet and small for a few days only, since the longer it is……more is the probability of breaking that first mirage of sex between the two persons indulging in it repeatedly without any restrictions in a closed room.  
Honestly this is not a write-up against the institution of marriage as it may seem to few fellow readers indicated by the above revolting statements. On the contrary, I am a firm believer of the idea of living your life with a beloved companion. However the ‘thought’ actually works only when one has understood the importance of SEX among themselves as something equivalent to “A Divine Blessing” and not as a commodity to be used again and again for their mutual timely pleasure. The reason being that if considered as a commodity then its got to finish off one day and then you will be left with just an empty vessel which is bound to make more noise than music, disturbing your inner balance completely without any doubt.
Hence as indicated by the film, the youth truly needs to think over this natural obsession of SEX in their minds before they try to wrap it up in some sugar coated names of LOVE and MARRIAGE in vain. No doubt it has to be there as an essential part of a relationship like ‘A Divine Element’ capable of transforming you to a higher level of consciousness altogether. But LOVE should not be treated as a way to fulfill your hidden physical desires and MARRIAGE should not be treated as a ‘Social License’ to practice sex without understanding the other responsibilities associated with this legal arrangement.
So until one gets to understand the terms Love, Sex and Marriage as something immensely valuable, much above than what is normally being taught, understood or practiced in a routine manner, the relationships here are sure going to suffer in many hidden forms like an undisclosed bleeding wound giving constant pain, lying beneath our shining designer clothes deceiving everybody. In short, one should try to RISE in LOVE by crossing its prelim hurdles on the path lead by lust and not FALL in LOVE as they normally say in a contradicting manner in real life.
Returning to the film RANGREZZ, it rightly brings forward this very issue only in its impressive concluding moments and that is the reason why I consider it important enough to be seen by all the youngsters in particular. So hope the write-up inspires you to see it and may you get the valuable message in it too related with Friendship, Sex and Love with............HIS BLESSINGS.
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