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DAAWAT-E-ISHQ - An uneven and unconvincing plot marginally rescued by the performers and the message. (Review By Bobby Sing).

KHOOBSURAT - Thankfully its not a straight remake of the famous Hrishi Da classic and a fairly enjoyable venture too unexpectedly. (Review By Bobby Sing).

DON PEDRO - A true artist, his introspective vision and the creative orgasm he experiences after finishing off his passionate creation - An insight by Bobby Sing.

FINDING FANNY - Many would love it, a few would not but watch it for its fresh feel and performances, especially for Pankaj Kapoor & Deepika. (Review by Bobby Sing).

CREATURE - Its so boringly long with all unrequired songs and unexciting sequences that the horror becomes tiring as well as funny post interval. (Review By Bobby Sing).

MARY KOM - A pure filmy depiction of an inspiring, exceptional real life tale of a brave Indian sportswoman & a proud mother. (Review By Bobby Sing).

The story behind first FILMFARE Awards and its Trophy in 1954 (Did You Know - 81).

IDENTITY CARD - It begins realistically at a slow pace & then comes up with some extremely important questions raised on terrorism, Kashmir & STF reminding me of the dark days of Punjab. (Review By Bobby Sing).

RAJA NATWARLAL - When a con film is not able to con the viewers with its supposedly clever content then it actually fails. (Review By Bobby Sing).

TRIP TO BHANGARH - Another poor attempt in the name of Horror ruining a highly interesting, potential plot. (Review By Bobby Sing).

 
 
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Seven, is a sharp and cruel murder mystery revolving around two homicide detectives, in search of a serial killer who is making some brutal murders after selecting his victims as per the seven deadly sins. The film is one of most famous crime mystery movies, which is likely to be found in all the ‘Must See Movies” Lists made around the world, giving it a cult status. Though it’s indeed a well made movie based on a brilliant script having three immensely talented people on the screen, at their best. But still, my reasons for including it in the ‘Not To Be Missed” list might come out to be slightly different from many.

First of all I would like to admit, that for me the suspense part of the movie wasn’t that engrossing since it didn’t involve too much of investigations or guess work to be done on the viewer’s part. Besides I was also expecting more explanatory scenes of the serial killer defining his inner trauma and specific reasons of committing such heinous crimes. Yet, I really appreciated the dark and artistic tone of the movie showcasing the lethal tortures of the victims and their justification done with the seven sins in a unique style. In fact I strongly feel that may be SE7EN (1995) was the movie, which actually gave the makers of “SAW” (2004) the basic idea of coming up with a script written around some innovative murderous tortures.
 
The movie is undoubtedly based on a well written script enlightening the viewer about the seven sins of mankind used as a base by the murderer for his serial killings. But for me the few reasons why you should much watch Se7en include its polished thoughtful Direction, superbly crafted Cinematography, one of their career best performances from the lead cast and a well executed climax which leaves you just stunned and thinking after its final shock. The best act comes from Morgan Freeman, the senior detective, whom I truly love in his intense form, delivering a cool, veteran like of performance, as expected. Kevin Spacey as the serial killer once again shows his immense range followed by Brad Pitt who successfully moves out of his famous glossy image to impress.
 
Admittedly, for some, Se7en may be too dark, grim and even depressing, with a slightly dropping pace in the middle. But if you love the genre of crime, suspense and mystery movies with a small pinch of horror, then you would surely enjoy watching this well directed film of David Fincher, especially for its out of the box, thought-provoking final moments.

Directed by David Fincher
Starring : Morgan Freeman, Brad Pitt, Kevin Spacey and more.
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31 January 2011 / bobbysing /
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Housefull - Bobby Talks Cinema.com

With more than 3 descent and Hit movies coming one after another, the year 2011 opens up fantastically for Hindi Film Industry fondly called Bollywood all over the world. Looking back, as far as I remember, I haven’t witnessed this kind of jubilant month of January ever before being celebrated by the box office in such a way. With such diverse yet appreciated movies making their impact on the viewers week after week, its indeed a Breaking News to cheer and celebrate for everyone related to the Hindi Film Industry and I really hope it keeps on going like these in the coming months too.

The year opened with NO ONE KILLED JESSICA ( A Realistic Thriller) which got wide appreciation from all and broke the first week jinx of Bollywood which restricted producers to release their films in the first week of a new year.
The second week was even better with YAMLA PAGAL DEEWANA (A Pure Comedy) becoming much bigger hit than NOKJ and witnessing some thundering response from the belt of North, Delhi and U.P. which was even equal to DABANGG at several centers.
The third week was calm but cool with Aamir Khan Production’s DHOBI GHAT (An Experimental Drama) getting very good initial in its opening weekend. Though the film was solely meant for the urban and multiplex audience but still it will easily make some profits due to its limited budget and sale of other related rights.
And after these three films came the much awaited debut attempt of Madhur Bhandarkar in the comedy genre, DIL TO BACHHA HAI JI (A Realistic Comedy) with the new 3 Idiots, Ajay, Emraan and Omi. Though at this moment I cannot comment upon the box office prospects of the movie but for me it was a nice, realistic, comic attempt from the bold director which gave me a good time in the theater.
So four consecutive Fridays giving us four good films was like an unexpected dream come true for the entire Hindi Film Industry which incidentally did not have a good run in the past year.
And I seriously pray this enjoyable chain of success continues in the coming months too and we keep on getting more such good films in routine.
ALL THE BEST and CHEERS!
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30 January 2011 / bobbysing /
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Having so many strong, bold and issue based movies in his kitty, Madhur trying his skills in a comedy actually had me in doubts initially. But with DIL TOH BACCHA HAI JI, the talented director surprises the industry as well as the viewers, revealing a new undisclosed dimension of his personality, which is light, fresh and enjoyable. Thankfully following the comedy genre of Hrishikesh Mukherjee or Basu Chatterjee and not Aneez Bazmee, Priyadarshan or Rohit Shetty, Madhur comes up with a nice, feel good realistic comedy which also tackles the mid life crisis problem of men in a delightful manner.

But before going into the details I would like to inform that DTBHJ is not any over the top, mindless comedy which can make you break into loud laughter at regular intervals. Instead it can be called as an intelligent comedy having a fair part of drama too in its script which is all treated in a light and fun filled manner. So if you can keep your comedy expectations pretty low, then you would sure be moving out of the theater with a smiling face remembering the new 3 idiots in this Madhur Bhandarkar movie.

Revolving around the three one sided love stories of Ajay, Emraan and Omi, the film has an entertaining first half and a realistic second one with some regular comic touches inserted smartly to keep the viewer smiling. Plus DTBHJ also has the Madhur Bhandarkar we all are familiar with, evidently visible in few sequences dealing with the rich socialites and office colleagues. In its first hour the film keeps on moving at a pleasant pace introducing all its characters in no time and moving into their individual love stories effectively. And just before the intermission, Madhur brings on a surprising twist in the script which further adds a new dimension in the movie and one expects to see a much more exciting second half coming up.
But post intermission, as usual the pace drops a little with all the emotional drama coming in and that does make you feel restless for a while. However, Madhur hits back again in the last half an hour and gives you a completely unpredictable climax which makes the viewer feel light and refreshing with a smile on his face. Still, as I see it, the post interval part of the movie could be much better with a faster edit and a better selection of supporting actors. In fact the choice of actors by Madhur Bhandarkar in DTBHJ remains quite strange and questionable keeping in mind the fact that he could easily have roped in much better and known actors for some important roles in the script. Especially the climax with some pleasant cameos would have been a great plus for the movie and could have surely enhanced the overall impact of the movie on the viewer.
The merits of the movie include its fresh and cool, story-telling style which is very close to the one seen in Hrishikesh Mukherjee and Basu Chatterjee movies. So for that Madhur indeed deserves his praises considering the fact that he has never ever tried this genre before in his career. The other major merit is the way the film tackles the issue of mid life crisis in both men and women. At one side Ajay Devgan is shown fighting with his divorce and new one sided love life together in a hilarious manner and on the other is Tisca Chopra dealing with her middle age after having a successful career as a famous model and former Miss India. Along with that the film has a very soothing presence of Shazahn Padamsee, who looks very pretty, bubbly and ravishing on the screen, playing the young office assistant of Ajay Devgan.
The weaker points of the movie include the same old or monotonous kind of role given to Emraan Hashmi who plays a Casanova in the film as seen several times before in his previous films. And second is the not so great kind of character given to Omi Vaidya who is now hugely famous after 3 Idiots. Though both Emraan and Omi have done full justice to their assigned roles but their fans may feel disappointed as there are no specifically enjoyable scenes featuring both the actors. Moreover Omi Vaidya is there in the movie as a simple and truthful character for whom you start feeling pity instead of enjoying his silly poetic dialogues. In addition to this, I found the casting of Shruti Hassan not upto the mark as she looked very heavily over confident in her role of a rich socialite. She neither looked beautiful nor impressive in her brief role against Emraan Hashmi. In other words I found Tisca Chopra much better and impactful in comparison.
Actually it’s the main story of Ajay - Shazahn and the scenes of all the three friends Ajay, Emraan and Omi together, which keeps the ball rolling and you don’t mind the other minor hiccups in the second half. Ajay Devgan once again proves his versatility with a brilliant performance which simply shows that he can equally perform well in both Hrishi Da style and Rohit Shetty kind of comedies made in Bollywood. For some viewers he might remind them of Amol Palekar, who simply used to play his innocent comic characters so gracefully. Emraan Hashmi has got nothing new to do but still he looks charming and inviting in his lover boy role. Omi Vaidya underplays his part well and impresses but his fans may not find what they were looking for in his shy character of a poet. Shazahn as stated before looks great and acts well too but Rituparna Sengupta and Shraddha Das are just ok. Shruti Hassan overacts whereas Tisca Chopra is simply superb in her scenes with Emraan.
Musically I liked the track “Abhi Kucch Dino Se” instantly after a long time and also “Tu Khwaab Hai Ya Koi Jaadugari” playing in the background. So Pritam once again gives you something to cheer about in his soundtrack. But I couldn't understand why 'Abhi Kuchh Dino Se" was not used and promoted in the film's promotions. It surely would have earned it a better initial. Cinematography is pretty descent with an eye catching art direction along with some enjoyable dialogues from Sanjay Chhel. But after watching DTBHJ I really wondered why the Censors gave the movie an ‘A’ certificate. May be they just gave the rating by only seeing the name of Madhur Bhandarkar in the credits without even seeing the movie entirely. Putting it straight, if this is an ADULT movie for the Censor Board then there can never be a U certificate movie ever made in Bollywood.
Summing up, if you want to have a good time in the theater with nothing loud or over the top, keeping your comedy expectations on hold, then the chances are that you might like the movie on the whole and would enjoy it with a smiling face. In all its a nice, welcome changeover from the serious and bold director.
Ratings : 3 / 5
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29 January 2011 / bobbysing /
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The year 2010 was not a great year for Indian Cinema with many big movies falling flat at the box office against all the expectations of their awaiting fans and comparatively small movies making their impact on the audience. But still the list of all those inspired movies from the west is pretty long as usual, which indeed becomes an unfavorable fact to be studied seriously by all big production houses as well as young film-makers as a must.
And here goes the list…..,
1. Toonpur Ka Superrhero – Only the idea of this seems to be inspired from “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” (1988) 
2. Tees Maar Khan – An official but not publicly disclosed version of Peter Sellers “After The Fox” (1966). 
3. Allah Ke Banday -  Inspired from “Sleepers” (1996), “City of God” or “Cilade de Deus” (2002) from Brazil and flick released in the same year “City of Gold” (2010).
4. Guzaarish – Mixes inspirations and scenes from Spanish Award Winning movie “Mar Adentro or The Sea Inside” (2004), “Whose Life Is It Anyway” (1981) and “The Prestige” (2006). 
5. A Flat – It has a plot and scenes reminding you of “Bhoot” (2003), the hairy spirit of “The Ring” (2002) and the basic storyline of “Kudrat” (1981).
6. Action Replayy - Its writers take all their inputs from the Classic English Trilogy “Back To The Future”. (1985 -1990)
7. Golmaal 3 - Takes its inspiration from “Khatta Meetha” (1978) and “Hamare Tumhare” (1979) which were in turn also inspired from two English movies “Yours, Mine, Ours” (1968) and “With Six You Get Eggroll” (1968).
8. Knock Out - A copied version of “Phone Booth” (2002) along with being inspired from our own “A Wednesday” (2008).
9. Aakrosh - A scene to scene lift from “Mississippi Burning” (1988).
10. Anjaana Anjaani - Its initial poster was straight away a copy of “An Education” (2009) with the genders changed, and the movie is highly inspired from French movie “Girl on the Bridge” (1999) with again genders changed and the first scene copied as it is.
11. We Are Family - Official adaptation of Chris Columbus’s “Stepmom” (1998)
12. Hello Darling – An all inspired version of 20th Century Fox film “Nine To Five 
13. Help – There is clear influence of Stanley Kubrick’s “The Shining” (1980), “Mirrors” (2008) and “Gauri” (2007).
14. Lamhaa – Has a few scenes highly inspired from the OSCAR winner, “The Hurt Locker”.
15. Milenege Milenge – Blindly follows the movie and its exact sequences from “Serendipity” (2001).
16. I Hate Luv Stories Shares the same theme and the title too with “I Hate Valentine’s Day” (2009) with a different background.
17. Mr. Singh Mrs. Mehta- Based on the same theme as in "In The Mood of Love" (Hongkong) (2000).
18. Ek Second... Jo Zindagi Badal De A complete rip off from “Sliding Doors” (1998).
19. Bumm Bumm Bole A weak Official Remake of Majid Majid’s “Children of Heaven”.
20. Housefull Takes its major plots and sequences from “The Cooler” (2003), “Along Came Polly” (2004), “The Heartbreak Kid” (2007), “Night At The Museum” (2006), “Hangover” (2009) and “Meet The Parents” (2000). (Detailed article)
21. Apartment A Complete rip off from “Single White Female” (1992).
22. Prince Has some acute similarities with “Hardwired” (2009). (Detailed article)
23. Hum Tum Aur GhostTakes its major contents from “Ghost Town” (2008) & “Ghost” (1990).
24. Shaapit Based on a story quite identical with “Purana Mandir” (1984).
25. LahoreHeavily borrows from “Best of the Best” (1989).
26. Love Sex Aur Dhokha The Concept, shooting style and a particular story very similar to “Look” (2007).
27. Right Ya Wrong– A Complete rip off from ”Above Suspicion” (1995)
28. Hide & Seek– It’s like a refined version of “I Know What You Did Last Summer” (1997).
29. Phoonk– Publicity Poster exactly similar to "Chaser" (2008).
30. Karthik Calling KarthikThe story is very similar to “Shatterday”, an episode in the first segment of the New Twilight Zone series, starring Bruce Willis (1985-86). The other similar themes also include TV series episodes like “Mirror Image”, “Nervous Man in a Four Dollar Room” and “The Man Who Haunted Himself” (1970) based on the novel “The Strange Case of Mr. Pelham.” (Detailed article)
31. Teen Patti Visibly inspired from “21” (2008).
32. Click A poor version of Thailand’s Hit movie “Shutter”, has sequences similar to “The Ring” (1998) and the climax is inspired from Alfred Hitchcock’s “Psycho” (1960).
33. Toh Baat Pakki Based on a story close to “Chitchor” (1976)  & “DDLJ” (1995).
34. My Name Is Khan Not entirely inspired but the concept and performance of Shahrukh are on the same lines of Tom Hanks inForrest Gump” (1994), Dustin Hoffman in “Rainman” (1988) and Sean Penn in “I Am Sam” (2001).
35. Veer - Resemblances with “Taras Bulba” (1962) and “Kranti” (1981). 
36. Chance Pe Dance– Has a particular sequence inspired from “The School Of Rock” (2003).
37. Dulha Mil GayaMixture of plots from “Naseeb Apna Apna” (1986) and “Dulhan Wahi Jo Piya Man Bhaye” (1986).
38. Accident on Hill Road– All inspired from “Stuck” (2007).
39. Raat Gayi Baat Gayi Shares a same theme with “The Hangover” (2009)
40. Bolo Raam - A remake of the Tamil film “Raam” (2005).
41. Khatta Meetha – Remake of Malayalam movie "Vellanakalude Naadu" (1988).

Inspired Movies from Real Life Incidents and Life Stories
1. Road To Sangam - The film was inspired by the true event of discovery of one part of Mahatma Gandhi's ashes lying in a bank locker some years ago in India.
2. City Of GoldThe main plot revolved around the closure of all major Mumbai Textile Mills in the eighties and its related consequences on the city.
3. 332 Mumbai To India – Inspired by a real life news event where a young man hijacked a whole local bus in Mumbai.
4. Rakht Charitra - I & Rakht Charitra –II – Admittedly was made taking inspirations from the life of “Partiala Ravindra” of Andhra Pradesh.
5. Once Upon A Time In Mumbai – Evidently inspired from the life of Haji Mastaan of Mumbai and the famous events of his life.
Inspired Movies from Literature and Books
1. Rann Story seems to be inspired from the Wallace bestseller novel, The Almighty (1982).
2. Well Done Abba -Adapted from three different stories, “Narsaiyyan Ki Bavdi’ by Jeelani Bano, “Phulwa Ka Pul” by Sanjeev and “Still Waters” by Jayant Kriplani. It also shares a common theme with famous T.V. serial “Office Office” in which Pankaj Kapoor played a similar kind of role as Abba.
3. Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge– Publicity Poster highly inspired from “License To Wed” (2007). Script based on Late Sharad Joshi‘s short story and the theme quite similar to Satyajit Ray’s “Agantuk” (1991).
4. Raajneeti Based on the epic “Mahabharat” and has sequences inspired from “The Godfather” series movies.
5. Khelein Hum Jee Jaan Sey – Inspired by the real life history related with the Indian Independence and based on the book “Do and Die” by Manini Chatterjee written on the Chittagong Uprising in 1930.
6. Raavan Vaguely based on the Mythological Epic “Ramayana”
7. Aisha – A modern day adaptation of Jane Austen novel, “Emma” with sequences inspired from “Clueless” (1995).
8. Mirch – Has stories reportedly based on “Panchtantra” and also partly inspired from Italian Classic “The Decameron” by Giovanni Boccaccio.
Studying the complete list given above, it’s a good sign that last year we had some more movies rightly taking their inspirations from real life stories, history and literature.
But even then the rest unofficially inspired movies taking their content from the work of others were once again a lot more than seen in the previous years.
Still the best thing is that the year 2010 witnessed few small but brilliant original projects coming from our own Bollywood such as UDAAN, PHAS GAYE RE OBAMA, TERE BIN LAADEN and BAND BAAJA BAARAT.
Let’s hope there will be many more ORIGINALS offered to us in the year 2011 too.
(Note: Please let me know if you are aware of any other inspired movie which came in 2010 but not listed here by chance.)
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