Reviews for April 7, 2017: The Case for Christ (PG) (2017) (Mike Vogel, Erika Christensen) Gifted (PG-13) (2017) (Chris Evans, McKenna Grace) Going in Style (PG-13) (2017) (Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman) Smurfs: The Lost Village (PG) (2017) (voices of Demi Lovato, Rainn Wilson) Reviews for March 31, 2017: The Boss Baby (PG) (2017) (voices of Alec Baldwin, Miles Christopher Bakshi) Ghost in the Shell (PG-13) (2017) (Scarlett Johansson, Juliette Binoche) The Zookeeper's Wife (PG-13) (2017) (Jessica Chastain, Johan Heldenbergh)

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Don movie review :

By Subhash K Jha, IANS "Don Ko Pakadna Mushqil Hi Nahin, Namumkin Bhi Hai". (it's not just difficult to catch DON, it's impossible). You could say that again! Farhan Akhtar who once upon a time made one of Indian cinema's prevalent path breakers DIL CHAHTA HAI, slips into a gamine groove to recreate Salim-Javed's script from the original 1978 film of the same name. Let's not play the blame game. But whoever thought a slicker version� no, make that a much much slicker version of the clever wheels-within-wheels 1978 script would work better when packaged in gallons of gloss, has gall� and a vision that just stops short of being audacious.

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Masoom Reviews & Ratings - IMDb

Write review Index 24 reviews in total  20 out of 20 people found the following review useful: Author: Peter Young from Earth 5 October 2009 Masoom is one of the best Hindi films of the 1980s, a decade known to be disastrously terrible for Hindi films. The directorial debut of the supremely talented Shekhar Kapur, whose work with amazingly distinct film genres during his career has been striking, this one really was a gem. The film is about a happily married couple, DK and Indu. They have two girls, Pinky and Minni, and their life seems to be quite perfect until one day DK informs Indu that he has a little kid from a woman who he had an affair with many years ago and who is no more.

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Hercules review – cheerfully ridiculous

He is Hercules: hear him roar. Pec-oil supplies plummet as the great muscly hero of classical antiquity arrives on the big screen, played by Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, in glistening semi-nudity. Brett Ratner's cheerfully ridiculous and entertaining film begins by saying that he is "the son of Zeus – the Zeus!" That's in case there's any confusion and someone blunders up to our hero mid-battle, and says how much they enjoyed his dad's masterpiece The Cat in the Hat. Yet the film restricts his fabled 12 labours to the opening sequence, and does not dwell on the yucky business of cleansing the Augean stables.

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Finding Faith - Christian Movie/Film, Erik Estrada - CFDb

Have you seen this film? Enjoyed it? Disliked it? Take a second and rate it! → VN:R_U [1. 9. 22_1171]Rating: 4. 5/5 (2 votes cast) CFDb Review: Finding Faith– Another MUST SEE Film! Get this movie and show it in your church, your schools, this topic is CRUCIAL! Finding Faithis based on a compilation of actual events that Sheriff Mike Brown has investigated through his Internet Crimes Against Children task force. In a recent Safe Surfin’ Foundation Public Service Announcement, one such victim courageously told the story of how she was abducted by a child predator and how she remained captive for three days before being rescued by the police.

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Tears of the Sun Movie Review (2003)

"Tears of the Sun" is a film constructed out of rain, cinematography and the face of Bruce Willis. These materials are sufficient to build a film almost as good as if there had been a better screenplay. In a case like this, the editor often deserves the credit, for concealing what is not there with the power of what remains. The movie tells the story of a Navy Seals unit that is dropped into a Nigerian civil war zone to airlift four U. S. nationals to safety. They all work at the same mission hospital. The priest and two nuns refuse to leave. The doctor, widow of an American, is also hostile at first ("Get those guns out of my operating room!"), but then she agrees to be saved if she can also bring her patients.

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Taken (2008) - IMDb

2 wins & 2 nominations. See more awards » Learn moreEdit Seventeen year-old Kim is the pride and joy of her father Bryan Mills. Bryan is a retired agent who left the Central Intelligence Agency to be near Kim in California. Kim lives with her mother Lenore and her wealthy stepfather Stuart. Kim manages to convince her reluctant father to allow her to travel to Paris with her friend Amanda. When the girls arrive in Paris they share a cab with a stranger named Peter, and Amanda lets it slip that they are alone in Paris. Using this information an Albanian gang of human traffickers kidnaps the girls.

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Winter's Tale Movie Review & Film Summary (2014)

Adapting a well-loved book for the screen is always a risky proposition. Elements that work on the page will not work visually and vice versa. Compromises must be made. You cannot please everyone. But the film version of "Winter's Tale" probably won't please anyone: neither fans of the book nor those who have never read it. It lacks visual splendor (except for one or two scenes). It lacks emotional depth. It lacks scope and magic. It is clear that there is some big battle going on between Good and Evil and that Will Smith is somehow involved, but none of it makes any sense.

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Review: Rakta Charitra - NDTV Movies

In a recent interview, Ram Gopal Varma emphatically declared that Rakta Charitra is not for women. He said: ?They can sit at home. ? As I endured the incessant violence of the movie ? sickles slitting throats, a drill boring into a skull, limbs being hacked and countless women being abducted and raped ? I wondered if I should have taken Varma?s advice and just stayed at home. Rakta Charitra is a bio-pic of Paritala Ravi, a politician from Andhra Pradesh, played here by Vivek Oberoi, whose career began with murder and ended when he was assassinated in broad daylight by his rivals.

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PK Review

PK Movie PosterRating: 3. 5/5 Stars (Three and half stars)Star Cast: Aamir Khan, Sushant Singh Rajput, Anushka Sharma, Sanjay Dutt, Saurabh Shukla, Boman IraniDirector: Rajkumar HiraniWhat’s Good: A story with multiple layers that deal with human emotions at its best. This film is exemplary of what we call unravelling the true human nature and at its best the Indian way of living. We are the ones who break laws, believe in unworthy and fraud Godmen, take each other’s lives in the name of religion and in this upside down world when a person like PK enters, there is a lot to explore.

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