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Tanu Weds Manu Returns - Movie Review


R. Madhavan, Kangana Ranaut, Swara Bhaskar, Jimmy Shergill, Deepak Dobriyal, Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub


Aanand L. Rai


Surprise Surprise ! For once a sequel turns out to be better than the original , thanks to the director Aanand Rai, the story looks at the couple’s life 4 years hence , where all is not well. 44 more words


What A Day, What A Lovely Day! Or my thoughts post Mad Max: Fury Road

 May contain spoilers? Read at own risk!  Holy cow, what can I say? Well, there’s the obvious, that my heart is still beating double time and my eyes are still twitching from not seeing but experiencing Mad Max: Fury Road. 794 more words


Actually Missing the Soviets

Every once in a while at classically educated, we take a few minutes to think about stuff.  It generally isn’t our first choice of activities, but we can be bludgeoned into it.   929 more words

1001 Movies

Deli Man and For Grace - Documentary Edge

I love food documentaries, don’t you?

Documentary Edge is an international documentary festival and has just started in Auckland. The festival runs in Auckland from 20 May to 1 of June and in Wellington from 3 June to 14 June. 374 more words


'Mad Max: Fury Road' Review

Max Max: Fury Road certainly breaks the record for the new release film it’s been the longest time since I first heard of. If I recall correctly, the first ever film magazine I bought, probably around 2001-2002 had a mention of it as an upcoming project, and it had already been delayed once at that time. 1,663 more words


Slow West (2015) - Grog's Movie Review

Director: John Maclean
Writer: John Maclean
Stars: Michael Fassbender, Kodi Smit-McPhee, Ben Mendelsohn, Brooke Williams, Rory McCann, Caren Pistorius, Alex MacQueen, Andy McPhee
Running Time: 578 more words

Grog's Posts

Musings, Ribs and Mad Max: Fury Road

So I’m on the bus the other day and with the road works effecting every conceivable route (all one of them) to my destination, I had much time to ponder and luckily having a window seat to peer out of made me feel like I was acting in a reflective scene for a film as well, I always enjoy that, just in case anyone is glancing in my direction. 618 more words