Movie Review: Men in Black 3

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Movies are supposed to be fun. I don’t remember the last time I went for a preview show and I normally wouldn’t have gone for a Men In Black movie either, but this was no ordinary day. The mind was going through massive turbulence since morning and only a good movie could help me out.

[quote_left]Men In Black 3 is a perfect mixture of humor, action and alien-madness that you can digest all at once.[/quote_left]I can say I’m a fan of the Men In Black movies, may be not so much for the second one, but overall I’ve loved the video-game concept of the movies. I even loved the idea that there’s a nice little secret organization that permits aliens to live amongst normal earthlings and they wear such shiny black suits. How can you not like them?

Men In Black 3 makes up for what the sequel couldn’t do, the last time around. Will Smith is a really something. MIB 3 wouldn’t be a movie without Will Smith. You just can’t imagine the whole MIB franchise without him. He’s the man! Will has done an amazing job and as always he’s made you laugh like crazy.

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There was a bit of a heart attack right there when they showed Lady Gaga amongst an alien ticker at the MIB headquarters but I’ll forgive them for that. Tommy Lee Jones couldn’t do much with a limited role like his but Josh Brolin was equally a good fit. Jemaine Clement was a surprise act. A perfect bad guy. You couldn’t imagine him doing Flight of the Conchords after this.

Overall, Men In Black 3 is a must-see. This quick review does no justice to the amount of awesomeness effect this movie can have on your tired brain cells. Do this world a huge favor, watch this movie over the weekend with your entire family. You can thank me later.

Movie Review: The Dirty Picture

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There are a boatload of reasons The Dirty Picture opened to packed houses across the country this weekend. Vidya Balan certainly wouldn’t have been one, if she wasn’t playing Silk Smitha’s character in the movie. Alright I’m not a Vidya Balan fan and every time I see her on the big screen it makes me wanna jump in front of a moving train. So why did the hype get inside my nostrils? Honestly, the movie’s promo did the job. The crisp theme really felt like something worthwhile for Bollywood after a long time.
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Movie Preview: The Dirty Picture

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It’s been a long time since I did a preview on a Bollywood flick. Although Bollywood hasn’t changed much but there are a few movies that stand out every once in a while. The Dirty Picture seems like one of those movies you just cannot skip. The movie is loosely based on the life of South Indian actress (or siren as they like to call her) Silk Smitha. Vidya Balan along with Naseeruddin Shah, Tusshar Kapoor and Emraan Hashmi in are in the lead roles. The Dirty Picture is releasing this Friday on 2nd December 2011. The date also happens to be the birth anniversary of Smitha.
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