Reviews I enjoyed writing

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Every once in a while, a movie moves me so much that it starts affecting a certain part of my brain. And that part of the brain nags till I appreciate the movie in a way that’s a little different from the usual. Turns out, those are the views I enjoy writing most.

I was literally so embarrassed while watching Buddha Mar Gaya that I wanted to hide my face while walking out of the theater after those 95 minutes.

Too bored to use regular grammar while writing the review for Cash, I chose to use the same liberties with language as the moviemakers used with movie grammar.

Heyy Babyy just failed to retain my attention on what was happening currently. Random thoughts kept popping in my head which somehow seemed to be coming true a little later in the movie.

I haven’t come to terms with spellings being changed for luck, etc. Just couldn’t resist taking my angst out on Rama Rama Kya Hai Dramaaa.

Krazzy 4 just seemed so much like it was following a template of a quintessential slapstick. Almost as if the makers had a checklist that they were checking of on.

Did you enjoy reading these too? If yeah, do you think I should activate those brain cells a little more often?

Are there other reviews here that you enjoyed reading?

- meetu, a part of the audience

Comments (6)

meetu:

Anytime, Solitary Dreamer. Will keep trying...

Solitary Dreamer:

Yes, please.

Thank you for creatively, entertaining-ly and effectively deterring wogma-savvy people from watching these trashes for films! :D

Sudhir Nair:

Speaking for myself, i enjoyed writing (read:thrashing) Race n Sarkar Raj :)

meetu:

Aah Sudhir, I enjoyed reading those ones too!

Oh-no, Silvan I completely enjoyed Don, I think it had a very tight script. Tashan and D:2 I agree!

meetu:

Silvan, I plan on doing short essays on older movies. Trying to make time for that though.

I like Baradwaj Rangan the best. I like his analysis and his writing style. http://desipundit.com/baradwajrangan

meetu:

silvan, i've watched a lot of popular movies from the 70s and 80s but not as many as I've watched in these past two years. So, I don't know whether it would be fair to say that films are better or not. But amongst popular movies, I think they are pretty much the same now as they were then, or maybe even little worse.

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