Tagged with john abraham

Rocky Handsome

Rocky Handsome

What is the movie about? :: Somewhere in the state of Goa, Kabir Ahlawat a.k.a. Rocky (John Abraham) spends his usual boring life running a pawn shop. As nothing much happens in his life, he goes through his routine and has no friends as he is reluctant to talk to people. Despite his lack of … Continue reading

Force II

Force II

Vampire Owl :: Do you know how long we have waited for a sequel here? Vampire Bat :: Five years. Just have a look at IMDb. Vampire Owl :: Why do we have to wait so long? Don’t we deserve the sequels much earlier? Vampire Bat :: I agree. They tend to make it bad … Continue reading

Wazir

Wazir

What is it about? :: After a personal tragedy strikes the family of a police officer Danish Ali (Farhan Akhtar) in the form of the death of his daughter in the hands of terrorists, he is blamed for it; separating him from his wife Ruhana Ali (Aditi Rao Hydari). He is later suspended from service as … Continue reading

Welcome Back

Welcome Back

Vampire Owl :: Thank You. I appreciate it. Vampire Bat :: What do you appreciate? Why? Vampire Owl :: You said welcome back when I entered the theatre. Vampire Bat :: I was telling the name of the movie when you entered. Why do you talk as if the theatre is my ancestral property? Vampire … Continue reading

Madras Cafe

Madras Cafe

It is not that often that we see spy movies which keep close enough to reality rather than the James Bond model with stylish action and a display of superior skills and strange, unbelievable gadgets. In that case, this movie has successfully resisted its temptation to be another Ek Tha Tiger or Agent Vinod with … Continue reading

Shootout at Wadala

Shootout at Wadala

There is always something about John Abraham, whether with his debut movie that is Jism, the special ones which were Kabul Express and No Smoking, my favourite performances of him which are Zinda and Taxi 9211 or even his most stylish performance ever, that is Force – as long as the fans of Dhoom won’t … Continue reading

Commando

Commando

Today, something exceeded the expectations of the Vampire Bat. No, it was not that line of expectations built with continuous gunfire by the 1985 Arnold Schwarzenegger movie of the same name, nor was it that thinner line of thread woven by that arachnid of my favourite computer games of those “twenty four hour gaming” days … Continue reading