Shalini Langer The Indian Express Group
Saturday 4 January '14Mitty (Stiller) is a ‘negative assets manager’ at Life magazine, which is about to bring out its last issue in print.
Friday 3 January '14There's nothing that comes as a surprise in Walter Mitty.
Friday3 January '14The Wolf of Wall Street is about unsettling excess.
Saturday28 December '13Walking With Dinosaurs 3D, produced by BBC Earth and named after a BBC TV documentary mini-series, takes its dinosaurs seriously.
Saturday28 December '13Nolan’s backstory is told through flashbacks to the life he and his loving wife shared.
Friday27 December '13Paul Walker, who died last month in a car crash, ventures as far away as he can from his Fast & Furious roles.
Friday27 December '13Can Walking With Dinosaurs have the prattle of Happy Feet?
Saturday21 December '13Food that has become monstrous had already been dealt with in the first part, and so there is little to startle us here.
Friday20 December '13Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs 2 lives true to that fear, with a riot of colours for imagination.
Saturday14 December '13It’s an interesting story, and ripe for the telling by Spike Lee, whose heroes are generally tortured souls.
Friday13 December '13This tale is less about the big battles but the little people who fight them.
Saturday7 December '13A large part of it has to again do with Jennifer Lawrence.
Friday6 December '13This second part of the successful Hunger Games trilogy manages to carve itself a notable space.
Saturday30 November '13We could almost be talking about Vicky Donor, but minus all its insights.
Saturday30 November '13For 'Bullett Raja', the extra 't' for emphasis, is a potboiler with little pretensions to realism.
Friday29 November '13Delivery Man, actually a remake of Scott's successful French-Canadian film Starbuck, plays it straight.
Friday29 November '13For 'Bullett Raja', the extra 't' for emphasis, is a potboiler with little pretensions to realism.
Saturday23 November '13Four men, a bachelor party, a wedding and Las Vegas — and it isn’t The Hangover.
Saturday23 November '13Let's just say you should be grateful Karan Johar doesn’t see an India beyond the metros more often.
Friday22 November '13Due to the sheer artificiality of Kareena's character, Imran Khan's emphasised shallowness runs deeper.
IT ALL STARTS HERE
Pawan Khera and Shashi Tharoor's defence of the UPA, as rejoinders to articles by Pratap Bhanu Mehta and Shekhar Gupta, displays how political sycophancy can distort perception. They are written to ensure their status in the party. Madhu Trehan A people in despair, a government in wonderland Comments