Bollywood Hindi Movie Reviews by wogma

Bollywood Hindi Movie Reviews by wogma

India

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Episodes

Ek Thi Daayan - Review  

Ek Thi Daayan builds at a good pace and takes the proceedings to a great peak at mid-time. Unfortunately, it goes only down after interval. Yet, there are a few genuine scares and good performances. A casual DVD watch.

Aashiqui 2  - Review  

It is weird that Aashiqui 2 doesn't engage you a 100%. It has decent performances, characters who know and show their feelings, a believable love story, yet it's not completely there.

Nautanki Saala! - Review  

Nautanki Saala! Makes you want to believe that lovely performances by two lead characters, witty dialogue and a philosophical concept delivered with humor would be enough to make a film rise above the ordinary. Unfortunately it is matched by plastic/caricaturish performances by the rest of the cast, some slapsticky humor and a run down south towards a typical climax.

Chashme Baddoor - Review  

Chashme Baddoor is loud (like that's a surprise!), shamelessly mind-numbing, and exceeds your expectations at being miles away from logical. Bad performances, awful one-liners, ridiculously thoughtless situations make it even worse.

Himmatwala - Review  

Worse than what you'd expect - loud, garish, melodramatic, inane, regressive in terms of film-making, extremely boring.

Sona Spa - Review  

Sona Spa is a metaphorical treat for reviewers. A film about a spa that cures insomnia is itself bland enough to put you to bed.

Rangrezz - Review  

Rangrezz, surprisingly puts a solid effort in writing a decent story. Yet, it takes the events to extremes towards the end, makes it too long and loses the plot. Some witty dialogue and a few well-timed performances keep the interest alive in an otherwise uneven second half.

Aatma - Review  

Aatma has a storyline flatter than Bipasha Basu's waistline. So, you end up having yet another lame horror film, that barely manages to spook you.

Jayantabhai Ki Luv Story - Review  

Jayantabhai ki Love Story doesn't have enough bhaigiri nor enough love. It doesn't engage, nor does it entertain.

Raavan - Review  

It's so confusing when seriousness is dealt with song and dance. Wish the film was advertised as modern Ram Leela performed in a tribal theater. That expectation would have prepped me to deal with the over-dramatization a lot better.

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