Breams Gives Me Hiccups

From Jesse Eisenberg, here are some witty and funny short stories. However, the humour dies out towards the end.

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Sonu ke Titu ki Sweety

Two best friends friendship is tested when one gets engaged to a woman. Who wins out at the end: bromance or romance?

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Ghostbusters (2016)

If you see something strange in your neighborhood, who ya gonna call? Ghostbusters, right?! But, do you want to call the original ones who came bursting out on our cinema screens in 1984, or do you want the all-female ensemble cast who came out busting ghosts in 2016? After having seen the rebooted version last […]

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The Nice Guys

The Nice Guys is a mixed bag. Just like the time period it’s set in, 1970s, you enjoy the nostalgic factor but then you also want to get out of that era. Setting is Los Angeles, California, 1977. We meet Holland March (Ryan Gosling), a down and out of luck private detective. Having just come […]

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Ki and Ka

I can imagine what must have happened at the director’s office: Hey, let’s make a movie for today’s generation. Let’s twist the traditional rom-com that Bollywood is churning out these days. I know, I have an idea, says the director, let’s turn the traditional setup upside down. Let’s make the husband the kind of person […]

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Kung Fu Panda 3

Sometimes, going into a movie with absolutely no foreknowledge can be an extremely rewarding movie going experience, especially if it’s a movie like Kung Fu Panda 3. Having not seen the first two parts, I went in with absolutely no idea what I was about to experience. I came out with a huge smile on […]

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Kapoor and Sons (Since 1921)

  In the Asian culture, family is a very important element. There have been countless movies that revolves around families, ranging from the brilliant Piku to the high profile but phony Dil Dhadakne Do (though in my opinion Monsoon Wedding is the best movie that deals with the breakdown of familial relations and ultimately redeeming […]

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