Well, this shouldn't be called a supernatural romance anymore after this, I mean the gore is just over the top in this one. There's LOTS of blood, there's marital abuse and there's deciding what a woman should do with her body without her consent. WHEN DID THIS BECOME ROSEMARY'S BABY OF ALL THINGS!!!!???? Summary for … Continue reading The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 – WHY IS THIS A ROMANCE AGAIN?
'Phir Milenge Chalte Chalte' is a song from the 2008 Hindi film Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi (A Match Made By God). The song's title means We Are Travelling The Love Lane (according to the subtitles). There Shahrukh Khan encompasses different movie stars of the decades with an ever-changing second-lead in the song to accompany … Continue reading Phir Milenge Chalte Chalte – Star Pairs Through the Decades – Part III
Goodbye childhood, would be a better title for this sad, sad film. And in a way it is, for both the audience watching this as well as the title character "Billy Moon" who for most of us has been Christopher Robin from the Winnie-the-Pooh books written by his father A. A. Milne. Then of course … Continue reading Goodbye Christopher Robin – Sad, but a Needed Real Life Story
So, third time seems like the charm. That's certainly something I didn't expect. Sure it drags on in places, but its surprisingly well done because o I don't know WE FINALLY LEARN SOME BACKSTORIES FOR THE OTHER VAMPIRES! And I love backstories as long as they are well done and interesting, which makes all the … Continue reading The Twilight Saga: Eclipse – Surprisingly Good except for The Love Triangle
Life is stranger than fiction. Heck, I think one needs to have M. Night Shyamalan's or Christopher Noland's The Prestiege's (2006) need for bizarre twists just to even write this as a fiction, except it isn't and that is the most unexpected twist of it all. This is just a short review and recommendation because … Continue reading Three Identical Strangers
Well, the second instalment in this saga surely was something. I found myself a little more bored with it, even stopping at one time and editing another post, but then the location changed, the camera movements became better and boom I was invested again. Summary: Continuing from the first movie Bella and Edward are now … Continue reading The Twilight Saga: New Moon – Just Skip to the Last 40 Minutes
Why possibly torture myself by watching the whole damn saga? Look. they are all on Netflix, HD, I did read the book when they came out out of curiosity (have since given them away), was all Team Jacob and thought the actor playing Jasper was cute, the music was nice and even danced to the … Continue reading Twilight – Starts good and then…
There is something charming about a romance in the English countryside. The open sky, hills, the country houses and manors with beautiful gardens away from dirt road's and the hustle and bustle of a city like London. A place rich in history and nature, both in a perfect balance, while us humans have our own … Continue reading Pride & Prejudice (2005) – A Breezy Period Drama
Two years ago one of the most anticipated music festivals was about to take place in the Bahamas. There were going to luxury villas, luxury yachts, luxury planes, luxury tents, luxury parties, celebrities, musical acts and models. It was going to be an experience of a lifetime (for those who could afford the very high … Continue reading Netflixing: FYRE – The Greatest Party That Never Happened
Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga is the new Hindi film starring Sonam Kapoor along with her real life father Anil Kapoor, along with veteran actors Rajkummar Rao, Juhi Chawla and Regina Cassandra in prominent roles. The film is set to premier in 1.2. (I'm seeing it 6.2. so keeping myself away from spoilers … Continue reading Good Morning and why I cannot wait for Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga!!