5 Of The Most Beautiful Women in the World

Find the beautiful women around the world who are adored by their unique personalities. Here are 5 of the top beauties found in the world of entertainment.

Movie Review: Khelein Hum Jee Jaan Sey – Foul Play

There are a million reasons why any director decides to make a film but try as hard as you might you’d never be able to understand what inspired Ashutosh Gowariker to make Khelein Hum Jee Jaan Sey. Inspired by true events that took place 80 years ago, Gowariker’s film shows a complete lack of passion that is usually associated with his films.

Movie Review: The Secretariat – Horsing Around

The big problem that plagues The Secretariat is that sometimes true life incidents can make for very boring films. The story of a horse that no one gave a chance going on to winning the three important races in the United States might be the stuff that dreams are made of but it’s just not exciting enough for a film.

Kucch Love Jaisaa Movie Review

The story of a disregarded housewife, who decides to start the rest of her life on her birthday and a jilted criminal on the run from the police sounds like a pretty interesting idea on paper. After you survive producer Vipul Shah’s Kucch Love Jaisaa, you’d want to time travel a la Action Replayy and destroy the piece of paper from which this film escaped.    

Documentary: Still Standing – How to Never Say ‘I Give Up’!

Imagine being bedridden for a quarter of a century and yet being unstoppable. Rajinder Johar is one such man who has spent the best years of his life on a bed and never let his disability come in the way of living a full life.

The Hangover 2 Movie Review: Hang Over and Move On!

Research has proved that if persisted with, the human brain has no problem in accepting something that never happened as the truth. But no matter how hard you try the bad reality of The Hangover 2 just doesn’t leave your mind.

Guzaarish Movie Review: Completely Off The Mark

While Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Guzaarish leaves no stone unturned to make you feel the pain of a quadriplegic man and even sways you to some extent, this highly intimate film strangely maintains a certain kind of distance that never allows you to become a part of the journey. After a super dud called Saawariya, Bhansali returns with the done to death basic formula that has been the source of his cinematic existence and even though Guzaarish ventures into overdrive mode every now and then it, thankfully, treads cautiously.

Reviewed: Limitless [2011]

Soon to be released on the 23rd of March, Limitless focuses around the life of writer Eddie Morra (Bradley Cooper) a man who is heading nowhere fast in life; he is most definitely in the slow lane. The book he’s currently working on has reached healthy zero words after an extended spell of writers block and his love life is trending down a similar road. Cue a chance encounter with an old acquaintance and the discovery of a way to escape the mundane world that…

Reviewed: Hall Pass [2011]

The premise for this movie is an interesting one and brought with it the chance to lay down some solid comedy. With the Farrelly brothers producing the likes of Dumb and Dumber and There’s Something About Mary, hopes were higher than usual for this type of film. Rick (Owen Wilson) is married along with all his closest friends but this doesn’t stop him and his mates sharing a jovial joke or two about what they would be getting up to if they weren’t with the…

Reviewed: Let Me In [2010]

Let Me In is a remake of the successful Swedish horror Let The Right One In [2008] and despite not having seen this I am led to believe sticks to the storyline extremely closely. This is not what I would call your typical vampire movie with the vampire taking shape in the form of a 12 year old girl Abby (Chloe Moretz) and not a wooden stake to be seen. If anything it is more of an emotional love story.

Salt Movie

Movie reviews this week looks at the action thriller Salt, starring Angelina Jolie (Lara Croft) back to her best physically demanding role since Lara Croft, (and I must say how impressed I am by her action scenes seeing she is the proud mother of twins). The movie begins with Evelyn salt (Angelina Jolie) as a CIA (Central Intelligence Agency) agent, who happens to be asked to interview a self confessed Russian renegade, Orlov (Daniel Olbrychski) who walks into the building and purports to say that he has some news that they should all hear, at first they imagine he is just a delusional old man, and don’t take him seriously, but he doesn’t seem delusional or crazy, and when he tells them he has terminal cancer, they listen a little more inventively to what he has to say. Seeing that Evelyn speaks fluent Russian, the CIA head, Peabody played by the always impressive Chiwetel Ejiafor (Red belt), asks her to interrogate him.

Be Kind Rewind

Sometimes you think you know exactly what a film is going to be like that you overlook it initially and as time passes and you never get around to watching it, you convince yourself that it doesn’t really matter because you knew what is was going to be like anyway so you haven’t really missed much; well, this is exactly what happened with me and writer / director Michel Gondry’s Be Kind Rewind. I knew from the trailer that it was a comedy starring Jack Black and Mos Def and I was aware that it involved them…