The Marksman is a borderland action weepie, a Liam Neeson movie in a Clint Eastwood costume. But what every Eastwood movie lacks is the humor of an Irish actor whose accent remains defiantly, subtly Irish, no matter how hard he tries (if indeed he does try). Eastwood movies also tend to be “better”: sharper, weirder, more fraught, if not always less predictable. Whereas Neeson — with the likes of the Taken franchise under his belt — is the 21st century’s granddaddy of American Dad Action. Mix the two and you get … something! Not a great movie, but courtesy of director Robert Lorenz, a lean, plausibly entertaining one with all the fixin’s and none of the extra flab of deep, incisive meaning. It’s a buddy movie, a cartel chase, a sentimental redemption story. It’s a comfort watch. … [Read more...] about ‘The Marksman’ Review: Cowboys vs. Cartels, Liam Neeson-Style
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Performances Kajol essays the role of a controversial Bollywood actress with an acid-sharp tongue, whose tangled feelings for her mother harbours from her rocky childhood. The actress is an absolute hoot in the scene in which she tries to explain her interpretation of a cuss word to Kunal Roy Kapur's character Milan. In a similar way, she also leaves you teary-eyed when a scene is high on emotions. Her process of dealing with grief and difficult emotions is elevated with some shining writing. … [Read more...] about Tribhanga Movie Review: Renuka Shahane Deserves Three Cheers For Daring To Play Bold With This Kajol Starrer
Last year in August, superstar Akshay Kumar surprised everyone when he and his Bell Bottom team completed the shooting of the film within thirty five days in the UK. While sharing the first look poster of the film on his Instagram page, Akshay had then announced that the film will release in theatres on April 2, 2021. Now, according to the latest reports, we hear that the makers of Bell Bottom are planning to postpone the release of the film. … [Read more...] about Akshay Kumar’s Bell Bottom Release Postponed?
Meanwhile, Bhavya Gandhi recently revealed about his equation with his on-screen mother Disha Vakani and other stars of the show. In an interview with ETimes TV, Bhavya said that Disha was shocked when she saw him with a beard for the first time. The Gujarati actor said, "We definitely have these video calls sometimes, and every time, she sees me, she goes, 'Aahhh, whatt, beard?' (laughs) I say, yes, I've got a beard now. She has never seen me in a beard, so she gets shocked. I say, 'Haan, aave gaiyo' (Yes, they've grown) and I am growing them more." … [Read more...] about TMKOC: Bhavya Gandhi Reveals His On-Screen Mother Disha Vakani’s First Reaction After Seeing Him With Beard
Grohl also tweeted about the song on Wednesday, recalling his experience growing up in the D.C. suburbs as the threat of a Cold War loomed. “I had nightmares of missiles in the sky and soldiers in my backyard, most likely brought upon by the political tension of the early Eighties and my proximity to the Nation’s Capitol,” he wrote. “My youth was spent under the dark cloud of a hopeless future.” … [Read more...] about Foo Fighters Debut ‘Waiting on a War’ on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’