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Monday, September 13, 2010

Resident Evil: Afterlife- A Movie Review

If you haven’t seen the previous parts, then bunk the idea of going for Resident Evil: Afterlife. Because you would not be able to catch up with the events trail. However, if it is 3D effect you are looking forward too, then GO AHEAD!
It is a science-horror fiction film with absolute technical expertise displayed in the action scenes and the latest 3D effect.
I know, this type of movie (Zombie) is not my cuppa tea yet, a 3D experience was must and the completion of the series I had been following from the first.
Now, following from the last part, you will see Alice searching for survivors along with her battalion of clones. Her battle with Umbrella Corporation is at its high point. She searches intensely for the survivors to put them to safety. In this quest, she reaches Los Angeles with an old friend of hers to find a city raged over by Undead. Alice along with few comrades tries to escape to Arcadia(ship, which later revealed as the base camp of Albert Wesker and a part of his trap for Alice) which however she doesn’t realize was in fact a trap by Albert Wesker. Albert tells Alice that only her DNA has been compatible with the t-virus so he needs her and none else.
Watch the movie to unravel what happens to Alice and her friends. Do they survive or die?

Quick Bites

Genre: Science-Action-Horror
Director:Paul. W. S. Anderson
Cast: Milla Jovovich (Alice), Ali Larter (Claire), Shawn Roberts (Albert), Wentworth Miller (Chris), Boris Kodjoe (Luther).

Dabang- A Movie Review!

Dabang, a typical Salman Khan genre, you won’t get disappointed. Even if the movie won’t make it to any of the award ceremony but it has its fans following.  Salman khan as an inspector Chulbul Pandey did fantastic job.
Deepak is smitten by ‘Munni badnam hui’ bug, a peppy number indeed and  ‘Malaika , thumbs  up to you for dazzling the song!’  Also, the title track ‘hud hud dabang dabang’ lets you tap feet with the beats. Romantic and the hummable ‘tere mast mast do nain’, i am sure that we would love to hum this song even after ten years.
Arbaaz  Khan as Makhi  was a perfect choice. Dimple Kapadia Disappointed me. It was more of an overacting that she did so, no points for Dimple. Sonakshi is fair enough as a debutante.
Salman’s dance on the ringtone was hilarious.
If you are looking for some meaning, then bunk it. There is no storyline, just the rajni-ishtyle action. Stunts are worth watching and Sallu bhai was fantabulous doing them.
There was no need of Manjrekar in the movie. Sonakshi could have done with her brother only. Anyway, we cannot teach good lessons to Bollywood directors.

Quick Bites

Director: Abhinav Kashyap
Producer: Arbaaz Khan
Music Composer: Sajid-Wajid
Release Date: 11th September 2010, Eid-ul-fitr