Another particularly endearing scene involves Karuppasamy’s granddaughter; the shot showing the little girl sticking close to the corner of a wall as her parents argue over who takes care of Karuppasamy. We see her face on the right end of the frame, and the lifeless, absolutely motionless, lower half of Karuppasamy’s torso filling out the left side of the frame, as her eyes wander across in bewilderment, fear, anguish and a range of other “feeling helpless” emotions. When Senthil pays a maid to help clean up his father, Karuppasamy’s emotions are quite clear. He need not be in the situation if not for his son; his eyes and wails letting us know in no uncertain terms how he feels to be robbed of his right to life and dignity. … [Read more...] about ‘Baaram’ movie review: A melancholic narration that loses grip and shape
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Govinda, the reason anyone may show up for this tacky disaster, is all over the place. Literally. He stars as a lascivious, skirt-chasing tycoon and doubles up as his own younger brother, a committed sadhu who wants to start a yoga institute. Govinda Sr hires women for the sole purpose of philandering, while Govinda the younger wants to be the moral voice to set his misguided brother straight. … [Read more...] about Rangeela Raja movie review: For the love of Govinda, don’t watch this film. Zero star
Maybe it’s a sign of times that Harrison Ford is sharing a screen with a digital dog. Why use a real canine when a computer can make certain that a pixelated pup performs according to SAG rules and not his actual nature? You can hear the voices of future filmmakers, echoing throughout the Hollywood Hills: “Get more feeling into the mutt’s eyes.” “Make him run faster than a real dog can!” That’s the case in The Call of the Wild, the umpteenth screen version of Jack London’s classic 1903 adventure novel about a St. Bernard/Scotch Collie named Buck who finds his true heart in helping grizzled, hard-drinking prospector John Thornton (Ford) search for gold in the Yukon. Luckily, Ford is at his droll, grumpy-old-man best, so he can do his own acting without having his emotions computer generated. At least for now. … [Read more...] about ‘Call of the Wild’ Review: Harrison Ford’s Digital-Dog Day Afternoon
Fahadh Faasil is one of those rare actors who constantly reinvents himself with every passing film. The National award winner's brilliant performance in unarguably the heart and soul of Trance. Fahadh truly astonishes in the role of Viju Prasad with his impeccable acting skills and unmatchable energy. The actor once again proves that he is one of the finest actors of Indian cinema. … [Read more...] about Trance Movie Review: Fahadh Faasil Is The Heart & Soul Of This Gutsy Film!
NEW DELHI: Hero XPulse 200 was an instant blockbuster, thanks to its unintimidating off-road prowess coupled with the most affordable tag. I do concede, it’s just 199.6-cc, single-pod motor belting out 18 PS and 17 Nm but look what it brings to the table — evokes that child-like adrenaline in you to go off-road on weekends along with pottering around the city as part of the mundane commute. Well, does that satisfy you? If not, take this: XPulse Rally Kit. If you are already fond of the XPulse, this update is surely going to plant a big smile on your face. The first experience came in the form of a dirt track ride at Hero's CIT facility in Jaipur, however, it was just three laps of it. Surely, that’s too less to take a stand but allow me to narrate the action-packed 10 minutes: If you’re 5’ 6” or below, you’re subject to market risk. Quite literally. At 933 mm off the ground, you’re seated on top of a stool that might make you feel … [Read more...] about Hero XPulse 200 Rally Kit review: An off-roader with more hits than misses