"Mostly, the joy comes from watching Reeves and Winter on screen, two holy fools just doing their best to bring light and love and non-heinous riffs - and remind the bleary-eyed citizens of 2020, perhaps, of a simpler, sweeter world gone by." Bill & Ted Face the Music picks up with our rock 'n' roll loving heroes as they enter middle-age and are forced to now endure the monotony of such a life. This boredom is short-lived though, as William "Bill" S. Preston, Esq. and Theodore "Ted" Logan are warned by a visitor from the future of the need for them to create a song in 78 minutes that will save all life on Earth and the entire universe. Our simple-minded duo will once again be traveling to the future in order to steal their world-saving song from themselves. It also looks like Bill and Ted's daughters will be taking after their fathers, with the adolescent pair going on their own quest through time, bringing together famous figures from history to form a band. … [Read more...] about Bill & Ted Face the Music Reviews Have Arrived, and They Are Most Triumphant
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Let's move on to the next holiday. While Sherlock Holmes and Alvin and The Chipmunks: The Squeakuel are certainly options, this Christmas is going to be about one film. And one film only. It's a family film. It appeals to everyone. But that's not what's making it worth everyone's while. This is an event. A life changing experience. Or so I am told. James Cameron's Avatar is supposed to revolutionize Cinema, giving theater goers an experience like none they've ever had before. Its an experience that can't be replicated anywhere else. Its kind of like going to the circus. You simply can't have live tigers and bears walking around in your living room (or at least not until HD 3D Home Entertainment Systems are introduced next year). You know that old saying, "If you see only one movie this holiday season, make it this one!" Well, that's what Fox is banking on with Avatar. Will it work? I know for a fact that my middle-American family is going to see it. They have to. Its all that's being … [Read more...] about BOOS! and WHOOP-DOOS!: The Middle-American Family’s Fall Movie Guide
Masaba Masaba Is A Docufiction On Masaba Gupta's Life Expereinces With enough content at hand and some fictional drama, the show has enough to keep the audience hooked, and yet the highly scripted scenes make it seem a little awkward and too predictable. Some references to their actual experience provide a real insight into the lives of the mother-daughter duo, who has always been each other's strength. We see the strong and independent Neena Gupta feeling insecure about her work, and while we only get glimpses of Masaba's childhood through young actress Amairah Awatanye, the end of season one assures the audiences that the show has a lot more to offer. … [Read more...] about Masaba Masaba Web Series Review: Masaba And Neena Gupta’s Show Has Much Heart And Some Theatrics
Thanikai S @thanikaiv A fan named Thanikai S thinks the movie is awesome with brilliant performance by Arulnithi, he posted, "#AarathuSinam #Awesome_Movie @arulnithitamil excellent performance bro @dirarivazhagan sir #thriller_Ride #Magical_screenplay #Love_it." … [Read more...] about ‘Aarathu Sinam’ Movie Review & Rating: An Engaging Crime Thriller
The whole setting of the movie is appreciable. A dark colour palate has been used throughout the film, which adds visual depth to the film. The music composed by Amit Trivedi and background score by S Thaman has played a major role in the film. As the director had reiterated earlier, the music of the film also conveys the story along with the visual treatment. Cinematographer PG Vinda, who has earlier worked with both Nani and Mohana Krishan Indraganti, has done wonders with the visuals. … [Read more...] about V Movie Review: Nani’s 25th Venture Is A Nail-Biting Revenge Drama With Predictable Climax!