Open Water

Ok, so one time my friend I went on this diving trip with a bunch of people off the coast of an island in Barabados. There were couple of more couples, honeymooners mostly, several single guys and girls and a family. I was really exicted about the driving trip. The workload of both me and […]

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Walk the Line

Hands up if you know who Johnny Cash is! I wouldn’t be surprised if not many hands went up. I for one have heard about Cash, but never really bothered to know who he is. All I knew was that he was a Country music singer in the States, and apparently, he was very popular. […]

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Red Eye

I saw Red Eye over the weekend. I had been waiting a while for this movie to come out primarily for two reasons. One, it is directed by Wes Craven of Scream fame, and two, the premise. Red Eye is about Lisa, a hotel managress, who bumps into Jackson, a sweet, charming man at the […]

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Wolf Creek

Wolf Creek was nearly an unheard of film. It’s an Australian film to say the least, so why pay attention to it? I hadn’t heard of this movie till I heard how it has been declared a hit upon its release. On top of that, it’s supposed to be a true horror story. The movie […]

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Crash

After watching the movie Crash, I was provoked to think about the issue of racism. The movie made a statement that we all are racist to some degree. Some people may claim to be non-racist and all, but I think there is a little bit in each one of us that doesn’t understand a foreign […]

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The Descent

Last night I went to see this really creepy movie called The Descent (Neil Marshall, 2005). When it was released about a month ago, it looked like a cheap b-grade kind of horror movie. It’s also a British movie, and so I thought I would have to deal with the accent as well. However, it’s […]

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The Rising: Ballad of Mangal Pandey

Aamir Khan is one of the most versatile actors in Bollywood today. His last movies were Lagaan and Dil Chahta Hai, both were blockbusters, with the former even nominated for the Oscars for the best Foreign film category. He has displayed enough versatility with such ease that you forget you are watching Aamir on screen, […]

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