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Hollywood Movie Reviews

Dr Seuss The Lorax Review - Could have been funnier

'The Lorax' is not a film that you cannot watch. It is just that the storyline here isn't the kind that would fetch children by the dozen and make them queue up to wear those 3D glasses and watch all the action unfold. Reason being that despite an adventure treatment, noble theme and promise of a joy filled ride...
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Best Exotic Marigold Hotel The Review - A boring tale

The very idea of a movie that chronicles the tale of seven senior citizens who land in India for a retirement haven doesn't quite make you jump with joy. Add to that a narrative that not just moves at a snail's pace but is awfully boring at most points only ends up making 'The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel' a dull affair that can be conveniently skipped...
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The Raid: Redemption Review - For those who want their action raw

There is a certain apprehension that one has when it comes to action films coming from Far East. Somehow, movies coming from Korea, Thailand and Indonesia haven't been all that impressive except for a few notable ones...
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Dark Shadows Review - Not quite a must watch for Depp's fans

Aaaah, now this one isn't half as fun as one would have expected it to be, especially since it pairs Tim Burton and Johnny Depp all over again
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Safe Review - Predictable and 'safe'

'One man against the world' - Jason Statham has pretty much captured this space and made it all-exclusive for him when it comes to dial-an-action-hero-and-make-a-quickie genre...
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Hugo 3D Review - Scorsese proves his mastery again

'A visual extravaganza!' - One is bound to make this exclamation within first 10 minutes of 'Hugo' regardless of the fact that it was a hot favourite at the Oscars for films released in 2011. The very moment director Martin Scorsese starts capturing the city of Paris and reaches the tiny hole where central protagonist Hugo (Asa Butterfield) is stationed (around station clocks), you know that it wo
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The Avengers Review - Don't Miss It

There are action thrillers. And then there are comic book action thrillers. The core difference lies in the fact that when it comes to the latter, just about everything is permissible, whether in an animation or live format. Not to forget that when as many as six superheroes come together, it is this very element of non-belief that turns out to be its very selling point. This is exactly the drivin
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Battleship Review - Loud and noisy fun

It isn't every Friday that a Hollywood movie first gets released in India and then in it's country of origin. However, 'Battleship' is an exception and that too full five weeks in advance...
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Titanic 3D Review - This is what classics are made of

It is impossible to believe that there would still be any souls out there who wouldn't have seen 'Titanic' till now. 'Once a classic, always a classic' could well be an adage reserved for experiences like this, which only end up become all the more enticing when a filmmaker like James Cameron decides to bring it back in 3D. Results, as expected, are there to be seen though one must have to admit t
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Hunger Games The Review - Leagues ahead of 'The Condemned'

Five years ago there was an action film called 'The Condemned' that had released and made many look at the 'commercialisation of human lives' in the name of entertainment. The film was about 10 odd men and women thrown into a jungle where their only mission was to kill everyone else and come out alive. All this was captured on camera which was beamed live on internet as millions watched the grueso
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This Means War Review

Cliched, predictable, convenient and yet, entertaining - That's what indeed describes 'This Means War', a film which has been clearly made with one mandate - 'Make a quick film in a decent budget...
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John Carter Review - A VFX affair, that's about it

Ok, so here comes yet another film that is only about one thing - VFX. Not that one expected a masterpiece in the form of 'John Carter' which has almost arrived unannounced and that too, when it is none less than Disney backing it up. Still, going by the promos, one had got a fair idea about the basic route that this film would be taking...
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The Vow Review - Could have been a Valentines treat

15 minutes into the film and you end up thinking - 'Why is this film arriving a month too late?' After all, this is just the kind of film that makes for a good, if not perfect, Valentines treat...
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Iron Lady The Review - Not quite iron strong

'The Iron Lady' is clearly made for a very niche audience. The kind that likes to see biopic of political personalities on the big screen...
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Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close Review - Limited appeal

Ok, so let's admit it. The very title of the film is such a mumbo-jumbo that you have to read it twice, no make it thrice, to actually gather context and realise what it indeed stands for. Moreover, despite Tom Hanks and Sandra Bullock towering in the cast, it isn't exactly 'their' film. It is about the boy who plays their son, Thomas Horn, even as Hanks and Bullock take a backseat. Moreover with
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