Oct 20 2012

Delhi Safari (3D)- Movie Review

Roochster

The worst 3D animation ever with the most dull, boring and flawed screenplay and dialogues that didn’t even make the kids laugh but good voice overs by Boman Irani, Govinda, Swini Khara and Prem Chopra.

Rating- 1.5/5

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Mar 23 2012

Agent Vinod- Movie Review

Roochster

The writer is confused, the director is confused, the actors are trying to act smart thinking it’s a James Bond movie, Saif (producer) and Kareena are honeymooning all over the world at the expense of the film which means you must NOT waste your hard earned money watching it and rather just log on to youtube and watch the songs ‘Dil Mera Muft Ka’ and ‘Pungi’.

Rating- 1/5

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Nov 6 2011

Loot- Movie Review

Roochster

It’s so bad that I can’t even begin to say how much ’cause I went thinking Govinda’s actually fun to watch but I didn’t expect it to be so pathetic, almost like ulti, worse than Drona so just imagine and hence I warn you that do not make the same mistake I did!

Rating- 0.5/5

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Feb 11 2011

Patiala House- Movie Review

Roochster

Before watching the movie only I knew it wouldn’t be that great. The trailers anyway said it all! That, coupled with drunk cheapdas in the audience is enough to say about my Patiala House experience.

Story– A mellow man (Akshay Kumar) is born to do only one thing in life-play cricket and his father doesn’t allow him to do just that because of some stupid filmy reason. They stay in Patiala house where there are atleast 40 (exaggerated number) family members out of which none can do what they want in life because of the head of the house (Rishi Kapoor). So a pretty neighbour (Anushka Sharma) works her charm and makes Akki realize that he needs to stand up or no one else in the family can. So he goes and plays and we know what happens then. Another ‘Bend it like Bekham’. Right?

Of course it’s right! The story is super unoriginal and predictable, with quite a lot of wtf moments and they made Akshay Kumar a “Gattu” AND Hard Kaur looks not only uncomfortable but also stupid in the movie! I honestly laughed every time I saw her! Also, Anushka Sharma speaks too fast and firangs were made to speak in Hindi which sounded like some alien language! Rishi Kapoor and Dimple Kapadia were great! Anushka Sharma looked beautiful, flawless. Gattu a.k.a Akshay Kumar looked good too and acted decently well.

Anyway, the music, by Shankar, Ehsaan, Loy is very ok. The cinematography is very good though. Some shots have been shot brilliantly!

So I’d say Patiala House is ok. It’s not super bad. It’s not as bad as Nikhil Advani’s earlier film- ‘Jaane kahan se aayi hai’ but it’s still ok bad… if you know what I mean!

Rating– 2/5

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Dec 17 2010

Mirch- Movie Review

Roochster

The movies this week weren’t too interesting and I wasn’t too keen on watching Tron Legacy cause it’s just not my type of movie so I chose Mirch.

There are like 5 stories in this movie so I’m not sitting and typing so much. I’ll tell you in short. A struggling writer approaches a producer with his rejected script with too much hope. The producer says sorry boss, give me a script which is solid. The only way to make money from a film is a dumdaar actor or sex.  So the writer thinks up 4 different stories, inspired from Panchatantra, in which there’s infidelity, sex and smart women.

Now coming to my review. The beginning of the movie almost made me snore. The title credits were simultaneously rolling with the protagonist waiting for his girlfriend and drinking beer at the same time. So for the first five minutes, all I could see was his hand and a glass of beer and car keys. But don’t worry… it could only get better from there. And it did. The stories were genuinely good. Ok the 2 stories after the Interval were a little weak compared to the first two.

There are some really talented actors in the movie- Konkana Sen Sharma, Raima Sen, Rajpal Yadav, Boman Irani, Shreyas Talpade, Shahana Goswami, Sushant Singh, Prem Chopra, Ila Arun, Arunoday Singh and Tisca Chopra. Director Vinay Shukla’s very smartly used most of them more than once in all the stories in the movie and they’ve done a good job, except for maybe Arunoday Singh who was just ok.

Cinematography could have been way better considering the beautiful locations they got. The music was pretty good and went well with the movie theme.

Overall, Mirch had quite a bit of masala to make it entertaining but it would’ve been better if the pace was faster too.

Rating– 3/5

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