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ErinHighly appreciated and an OSCAR Winner movie based on a true story I was truly stunned by its basic theme, script progression and execution all together. It’s about a single woman with kids, who comes to know that a big and huge plant operating near a city is causing some serious health hazards to the people living in that area and they themselves don’t know about it since a long time. The plant has been polluting the water supply and people are dying in that area due to the same, completely unaware of the actual hidden cause for their sudden & strange medical conditions.

Julia Roberts playing the role of the energetic lady who finds out the truth, is the only one who could do it in such a convincing way. She looks pretty as well as tough handling her children and the investigation at the same time. Plus how she even uses her killing looks to facilitate the research work is elegantly conceived and shot by the intelligent director. In fact her boss is also quite amusing each time he feels helpless in front of the unanswerable Julia.
No doubt, an unusual kind of movie talking about something extremely shocking and scary revealing an ugly ‘corporate truth’, it never gives you a dull moment and in the end you are left asking for more enjoying the cruel tension on screen. Particularly in the climax as she wins the case, one feels like winning it personally and that is really an achievement for the entire team of writers, performers and technicians led by the talented director. One of the best court room dramas I would love to cherish again, just go for it if you haven’t seen it yet and have a hell of a time.

Directed By Steven Soderbergh
Starring : Julia Roberts & David Brisbin
Tags : Erin Brockovich, Steven Soderbergh, Julia Roberts, David Brisbin, Movies To See Before You die, Must See Movie List By Bobby Sing
30 April 2008 / bobbysing /
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Hari Bhari - Bobby Talks Cinema.com

This is Shyam Benegal’s sensitive and beautiful movie with a social message. It’s about women, their sacrifices and the treatment they receive in society as they change homes after their marriages. The story is about women who keep the families together and about women who want to break it.  

It shows how men play the dominant roles in the families but sometimes they get controlled by the invisible strings in the hands of their wives. It shows how characters undergo an undesired change after one is married and has few children to raise. The screenplay is crafted artistically and it’s a real treat to watch how the same scenes come from different angles each time within new sequences.
The movie is an ensemble of veteran actors and Shabana Azmi & Nandita Das are just perfect in their roles. You love and sympathize with one and simply hate the other. To sum up, it is a  must watch for all women, since it is about them and their own sufferings.
Directed By Shyam Benegal
Starring : Shabana Azmi, Rajit Kapoor, Nandita Sen & More
Music By Vanraj Bhatia
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28 April 2008 / bobbysing /
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If this is a 2008 product from one of the biggest production house of Indian Film Industry (Yash Raj) then I am afraid Naseeruddin Shah was right in saying that “it will take us 100 more years to reach the quality of Hollywood Films”.

If you can go wrong to this length with such an enormous star cast of Anil, Akshay, Saif and Kareena, then movie making is still to be studied much harder by everyone associated with this film. The film lacks in almost all departments except cinematography and Akshay Kumar. He has a few good dialogues to render but that alone cannot make you enjoy a flick with huge expectations.
The first scene of a car going down into a river from the mountain has very cheap graphics like that of a cartoon film. That itself was a clear indicator of the director’s vision. Every actor who otherwise is an asset to a movie is simply wasted. And Saif will surely hit himself thinking why he signed this movie.
In short IT’S THE BIGGEST WASTE OF RESOURSES AFTER “JHOOM BARABAR JHOOM”. I would say that even “Aaja Nachle” was a better enjoyable movie than this.
One cannot understand how and why this kind of script was written and approved. After the faulty script the weakest point of the movie is its music. Vishal Shekhar have given just some filler tunes to each song. The songs start off very well and suddenly the tunes drop drastically. Only one song “Falak Tak Chal” is somehow good of all in the lot. An opportunity wasted by Vishal Shekhar.
Regarding the continuity intelligence of the makers just sample this : Akshay and Saif are on the road in the hilly area of a foreign Location (probably Ladakh). In the next scene they are searching for Kareena in Haridwar and then back in the hills with Kareena in the dicky of their car. I am still thinking who wrote this.
If you manage to sit till the last then the climax is too long with silly and unnecessary stunts. You can see all the heroes walking through the storm of bullets not hurt as if they are GOD. Are we still seeing a 2008 movie with all these technical heights achieved? 
So no more words on this pathetic and downgrade movie but an advice to senior actors from their fan.
Dear Anil Kapoor & Akshay Kumar,
If possible please ask for a preview of your movies after their first copy is out. As artists of such stature, you have certain responsibilities towards your fans and viewers. People still clap for you as you enter the screen in your first scenes respectively. I think this kind of movie should not see the daylight as it hampers the reputation of all associated with the movie, the actors and the production house both.
Rating : Half A Star (That also for Akshay’s effort only - Sorry!)
Tags : Akshay Kumar, Anil Kapoor, Karrena Kapoor, Saif Ali Khan, Tashan, Movie Reviews By Bobby Sing, Bollywood Movies Reviews, Hindi Films Reviews, New Hindi Releases
25 April 2008 / bobbysing /
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The following few lines about the plot of this movie, will surely compel you to watch it as soon as possible. There has happened a death within a group of close friends and they have all gathered to give him the last good bye. At the funeral it is announced that the person dead had shot a film when he was alive and his last wish is that all his friends should sit together and watch that film as his funeral ritual.

Everyone is surprised to hear that but excitingly they do sit together and watch it. The film is about themselves and on the unnoticed relationships they are having with each other. The film uncovers some astonishing and disturbing facts about each one of them. Deep secrets comee out slowly as the film moves and what comes at the end is just unimaginable. A brand new idea, a well shot movie and an exciting stuff to watch out for.
Directed By Dominic Anciano & Ray Burdis
Starring : Ray Winstone, Jude Law, Sadie Frost & More
Tags : Final Cut, Ray Winstone, Jude Law, Sadie Frost, Adventure, Drama, Deep Secrets in Friends, Movies To See Before You die, Must See Movie List By Bobby Sing
24 April 2008 / bobbysing /
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