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Revenge of the Rs 200 Ticket

Madhavankutty Pillai

An honest review of Diwali extravaganza Blue.

Multitasking, South Style

Like many of his colleagues, Tamil superstar Sarath Kumar juggles politics with acting. Now, he’s doing the polyglot thing with his first Malayalam film

Acid Factory

When a film’s best shot is a touristy scene of coastal Cape Town, you know the director should jump into the sea.

Wake Up Sid

A charming and amusing film really about nothing in particular. And good acting too

Inglourious Basterds

This is Tarantino at his usual. Action full of blood and gore. And humour designed to make a joke of everything, including Jewish suffering under the Germans

What’s Your Raashee?

Ashutosh Gowariker’s latest film, on the business of buying and selling brides, is surprisingly atavistic and insensitive.

Dil Bole Hadippa

A Lagaan wannabe, without the spunk. Watch it, if at all, for the latest heartbreak kid Shahid Kapur

Up

Pixar’s latest film on the loneliness of old age is certainly no fairytale. But it gives us high quality animation, yet again

Only Famous

South Indian actor Prakash Raj has just won his fourth National Award. But his struggle as an artiste is far from over, he says.

I Can’t Think Straight

Except for the great kissing scenes, this ‘coming out’ movie takes too straight a turn.

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