Despicable Me (2010) Movie Review

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Poster design by Ignition Print (with thanks to IMP Awards)

After the success of the summer blockbuster Toy Story 3, comes the equally impressive Despicable Me from the studios of Universal Pictures. It seems super-villains are the in thing, as DreamWorks Megamind is hot on the trails of Despicable Me.

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Movie Review – Paranormal Activity 2 (2010)

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Poster design by BLT & Associates (with thanks to IMP Awards)

I really do hate movies like these, because they tend to give me endless sleepless nights. Why you may ask? Well because if it’s one genre that scares me, then it’s definitely this paranormal one. Vampire, Werewolves, blood and gore no problem, but ghosts and ghouls? No thanks!

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Movie Review: Action Replayy


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Vipul Shah [Director] brings his fifth creation to the big screen with ACTION REPLAYY and the audience have high expectations, as Vipul’s previous films [Aankhen, Waqt, Namastey London and Singh in King] have been remarkable.  Also, ACTION REPLAYY brings two of Bollywood’s most talented, versatile and good looking stars together, AKSHAY KUMAR AND AISHWARYA RAI BACHCHAN and the film creates the bygone era so the Industry and audience were forced to wait for this flick.

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The American (2010) Movie Review

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Poster design by MOJO (with thanks to IMP Awards)

Assassins, George Clooney and beautiful Italian locations – what more can you ask for from a movie. Let me start by saying there is absolutely nothing American about this movie, it has a very European artsy feel to it bolstered by a European cast.

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Hisss 2010 – Movie Review

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It’s always intriguing to see something adventurous when it comes to the Bollywood industry. We’re so used to seeing the Shah Rukh Romantic films, the Akshay Kumar Comedies or the Salman Khan Action films, but every now and then something different like Hisss comes along.

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