Discussion in 'The Pavilion' started by Juggernaut, Feb 27, 2010.
Overrated movie I feel. Some of it is far fetched.
Especially when he ended up staying with her in the end. I mean....Its crazy. She was a psychopath, crazy no matter what. Ending was disappointing
It's a two part movie.. Wait for the sequel, Gone Boy.
Anyone waiting for Paul Blart 2
Watched Maze Runner the other day.
Good time pass but for some reason I was expecting more after reading the reviews.
Oh and there shouldn't be a second part for this. Seems like its going to be about the same old cliched plot about surviving on mother earth after a global disaster.
Like Father, Like Son - A very moving piece about the nature of the bond between parents and children. Full of finesse and subtlety. I may or may not have shed some tears.
anyone seen The Imitation Game
nope but one of my friends has and mentioned he found it to be a very interesting movie
Was thinking about watching Birdman in the weekend. Anyone seen it?
Planning on watching it too. And NO! we can't watch it together via Skype. Gtho
Looking forward to Chappie!
Comes out tomorrow
Never been a big fan of sci-fi.
Just watched Battle of the Five Armies
Also It Follows. Looks like a gem of a horror. Very highly rated.
Has Awesome reviews... Will be released next week.
Watched the daddy of Brit-Pak comedies East is East and its sequel West is West last week.
The latter has a sombre note compared to the first but without doubt, they are both classics in their own right.
badlapur dekhi? TM Riddle
yes and it was crap
ok name a good movie
hardly watch bwd movies these days.
I forgot ure the burger angraiz wannabe living in india who only watches hollywood movies.
It's not my fault that we churn out garbage every year.
When is next salman khan movie coming out?
iA bhai's next movie is gonna break all records.Don't know about release date though.
Watched 2 movies recently:
The Imitation Game - The story of Alan Turing, widely recognized as the founding father of modern computer science. The movie is about how Turing and his machine managed to decode the Enigma machine and turn the tide of the second World War in the favour of the Great Britain and its allies. Historians estimate that breaking the Enigma shortened the war by more than two years, saving over 14 million lives. Turing and his team's achievement remained a government-held secret for over 50 years, and it was only in 2013 that Queen Elizabeth honored Turing for his achievements. He was put on a government-mandated hormonal therapy of 2 years after admitting to having homosexual relationships with other men (for gross indecency) and committed suicide one year into the therapy, at only 41 years old. It's a brilliant story about one of the greatest minds of the 20th century.
The Theory of Everything - This one is the story of Stephen Hawking, arguably the best known living physicist in the world. The movie looks into aspects of Hawking's personal life, as well as his dreams and hopes of being able to explain everything with a single equation (or the theory of everything). The movie gives great insight into what made Stephen Hawking into what he is today and the struggles he has had to put with over the years. (along with his family and friends). When Hawking was initially diagnosed with ALS, he was given a maximum life expectancy of another 2 years. He was 21 at the time. He's 73 years old now and is still seeking his theory of everything.
Would definitely recommend these movies to anyone who hasn't seen them yet.
Ten of his garbage movies to one class amir khan movie.
Amir is just a wannabe intellectual who thinks he's too smart to act in commercial movies when in reality he's a shitty actor with no personality whatsoever.Bhai has looks,body and what not.
PS: Rang de basanti is my all time favt bwd movie.
SwingNSeam apparently NH10 is getting quite good reviews.
yeah I heard...seen it?
WaQaReD! have you seen this
Watched Furious 7 yesterday at the Imax. It did deserve an Imax treatment.
Just wanted to say that the ending of the movie was very touching, classy, beautiful and a poignant send off to the late Paul Walker. The whole movie theatre along with myself felt very emotional watching it. For a movie franchise known for its over the top actions scenes, the cheesiness of the dialouges, the glitz, the glamour- the ending was surprisingly subtle yet powerful. You could clearly see that it was more personal than acting for Vin Diesel- the face of the Fast and Furious frachise along with Paul Walker.
I cannot think of a better scripted climax to this movie so well done to the script writers here.
i didnt go into the cinema expecting much from f&f7 but its a decent film, the best of the last few imo, the first half is solid and plenty of car action too, the middle bit is a bit long winded, the ending, esp given the context of paul walkers death was handled with class and sensitivity. 7/10
Watched The Imitation Game a couple of days back. Still thinking about how well it has been handed by the director and Benedict certainly showed his class as an actor.
I'm not a big Star Wars fan, but this is intriguing.
Hated Star Wars tbh, zero interest.
Same with all the Marvel garbage pumped out these days.
Mad Max looks decent though. Plus I've been meaning for ages to watch some animated films like Big hero, havent seen one in months.
Talking about Marvel then have you watched Daredevil(tv series)?
Hearing great things about it.