September2013

  • Valkyrie

    Innumerous assassination bids were made on the life of Adolf Hitler. ‘Valkyrie’ documents the last attempt, at the Wolf’s Lair. The mission consisted of two parts: the assassination, followed immediately by the activation of Operation Valkyrie, an emergency operation originally designed to deploy the Territorial Reserve Army of Germany...
  • Pride and Glory

    If you are part of a family tree of police officers with impeccable principles, and discovered that one of your own kin has been corrupted, what action should and would you take? This is the dilemma that confronts Ray Tierney (Edward Norton) in Pride and Glory. Four New York...
  • Zachariyayude Garbhinikal (Zachariah’s Pregnant Women)

    Precious to life is a mother’s act of carrying a child in her womb. Zachariyayude Garbhinikal (Zachariah’s Pregnant Women) centers on Dr. Zachariah (Lal), a sensitive, caring gynecologist with no child of his own, and his range of patients. The pains of labor as well as the fear of...
  • In the Name of the King

    Professionals in ancient times proudly flaunted their respective profession by adopting it as their family name. In In the Name of the King: a Dungeon Siege Tale, a wandering child who was found and brought up by a farming village wears his profession proudly in his first name. A...
  • Knowing

    Are we here by a series of random accidents and mistakes? Or, is there a grand purpose to our existence? These are the important questions that Professor John Koestler (Nicolas Cage) asks his students, and himself, in ‘Knowing’. Cage is fine in the role of a concerned, hyper-excited single...
  • Deception

    Holing up in office till the midnight hours, alone, lost in work, one can lose out on a lot of super excitement. Luckily for Jonathan (Ewan McGregor) in Deception, something turns up from the blue: he meets an extroverted ladies’ man. Sometimes that’s all it takes, a break, for...
  • Prom Night

    What ought to have been one of the most memorable nights in one’s life can, as Donna (Brittany Snow) finds out, unexpectedly turn out to be the most horrific. In ‘Prom Night’, a psychopath killer, Richard (Jonathan Schaech), who is obsessed with her, breaks out of jail and comes...
  • What Just Happened

    Life as a Hollywood film producer is not a bed of beautiful women, champagne, and cocktail parties. There is another side to it. What Just Happened offers an insider’s view of the crap that Ben (Robert De Niro), a leading producer, takes in his stride at a time when...
  • Burn After Reading

    Some things make sense, a lot others simply don’t. And often there is no telling which, what, why, or how. In Burn After Reading, two ordinary citizens find what they believe is sensitive documents, but which looks to the ordinary eye like simple financial data. They try to sell...
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