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Catfish is a unique documentary I’ve seen ever. I watched its trailer and in its review critics said “the best Alfred Hitchcock film that Alfred Hitchcock
never made”. As I’m big fan of Alfred Hitchcock I have to watch this movie. This movie is about about a real-life online relationship that takes a turn for
the bizarre. It’s so gripping, heartfelt and occasionally laugh-out-loud funny. Its a must watch!
The movie is based on true events as depicts a busy night at a Midwest fast food restaurant during which a teenage employee is accused of theft, detained in a stock room and consequently strip searched in the process of investigating her alleged crime. It is the most disturbing psychological drama without any blood that I’ve seen ever in my life. My mind was was filled with different questions but my few question has been answered here http://www.courier-journal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20051009/NEWS01/510090392&loc=interstitialskip
Disney and Sam Raimi did a great job with this prequel to the famous 1939 film of The Wizard Of Oz. Its a great experience to watch it in 3D. As The Wizard Of Oz this movie is also starts with black and white as James Franco flies away hot-air balloon via twister into the Oz whereupon spectacular CGI-assisted colors blossom and the screen expands panoramically. Overall movie is a great journey through the beautiful world of Oz. I like the fact that Oz the Great and Powerful is movie that kids can watch with their parents as I’ve seen Jack The Giant Slayer and Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters which are not suitable for kids. I love the performance of James Franco, Mila Kunis and Rachel Weisz.
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Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters (2013)
I’ve watched first day first show thanks to Moiz Its a great horror flick. Great thing is censor board in Pakistan released it under rating ‘U’. Atrium Cinemas should rated it atleast 15+ coz it contains gore & violence scenes and guess what there are families watching this movie with kids but Atrium Cinemas runs this ticker during the credits of movie that they will censor a scene for 30 secs cos it contains nudity. So for the first I’ve seen black screen while I can hear the dialogues in the background a movie. EPIC! Ok now back to the review Its a remake of classic fantasy story with a twist. As kids, they shoved a ravenous witch into an oven. As adults, orphaned siblings Hansel (Jeremy Renner) and Gretel (Gemma Arterton) are now bounty hunters who track and kill witches all over the town. As the brother sister duo stalk their prey, they find allies - Meera, a ‘white witch’ for Hansel, and Edward, a troll who takes a fancy to Gretel. But basically, they have to rely on their own steam to triumph over their enemies. Their main opponent is the cunning vixen Muriel who morphs from glamorous to hideous when the mood strikes. Over all movie is a good time pass and it was my shortest 3D movie at cinema cos its just 88 mins. long.
So as Atrium cinemas delayed Mama and Les Misérables for 5 weeks finally they released it on 22 feb. in Pakistan but after watching Les Misérables I understand why they delayed it. I’ve watched both movies back2back for the first time at cinema. Mama was quite good as compare to my last year’s worse experience for ‘The women in black’. Believe me its quite scary if you are watching it at cinema or with 7.1 surround sound it will make you jump of your seat as I’ve witnessed it at the cinema. Movie has a original concept, the director tries his best to maintaining interest in two deeply disturbed little orphan girls who are still with someone who is always watching them. It shows us true relationship between a child and her mother. I think it was one of the best horror movie I’ve seen at cinema. Made me startle at least 5 times and had a creepy sense of dread throughout. One more thing I don’t know why I always watch horror movies with quite excited people at this time people are screaming like ‘Why you are standing please run away’……’OMG that was too scary’
From the director of The King’s Speech Tom Hooper has done great justice to Victor Hugo’s French historical novel Les Misérables published in 1862. He has done his best to recreate everything on a big screen from novel. The story is about love, idealism and sacrifice set in 19th century Paris. Overall Hugh Jackman has done his best with the character I love his voice first half of his character when he was a prisoner was quite strong and tragic. Anne Hathaway is particularly riveting as the doomed factory girl, revealing an impressive singing voice to match her solid acting chops. Russel Crowe, on the other hand, comes off as too stiff, his vocals much too awkward for his hulking frame. Meanwhile, a nice dash of humor is provided by Sacha Baron Cohen and Helena Bonham Carter, who show up as a pair of cackling innkeepers which made audience laugh so hard. But in the end this movie can make you cry! The reason Atrium Cinemas delayed Les Misérables release is due to lack of interest of people in musical movies cos as I witnessed people were start leaving the hall during second half as they find it to boring while RACE 2 got standing ovation in Pakistan as we love Bollywood I remember that movie was so overrated that they scheduled 14 shows per day in 3 different cinemas SO ITS ALL ABOUT WHAT PEOPLE WANT TO WATCH :(