Tagged with Romance

The Story of 90 Coins

The Story of 90 Coins

Vampire Owl: I have to say that this title has immediately caught my attention. Vampire Bat: It is not natural for such a thing to happen for you considering the fact that this is a short-film. Vampire Owl: I have loved more short-films these days than any other. So, there is a certain vision coming … Continue reading

Byzantium

Byzantium

The vampires who keep coming :: Ever since Byzantium released, I have been looking forward to watching the same, and it is only much later that I had a chance. May be Byzantium is not a movie for everyone or most of the normal people, and the multiplex owners seems to have realized it even … Continue reading

Om Shanti Oshana

Om Shanti Oshana

The type of movies: There have been so many “types” of movies in 2014 with just one month of the year over. Even as love has been the repetitive theme in most of them, there have been lot of difference in the type of love which were portrayed in them, and one has to admit that London … Continue reading

Veeram

Veeram

Ask the magic mirror :: “Mirror Mirror on the Wall, Who Is the Fairest of Them All?” – now here is the answer which naturally comes to any mirror which has been taken into a theatre to watch Veeram; and it is Tamannah Bhatia. Unless that mirror prefers Kristen Stewart more than Charlize Theron, and … Continue reading

Oru Indian Pranaya Katha

Oru Indian Pranaya Katha

An Indian Love Story :: Now, that is the direct Malayalam to English translation of the title of this movie, but let it not make you think about this as a romantic love story full of melodious songs and a hero and heroine looking at each other, the sky, the beach, or the river. This … Continue reading

Thattathin Marayathu

Thattathin Marayathu

The case of love :: The stories of love has been exaggerated for centuries, and we are not strangers to how William Shakespeare described a lot of things in his Sonnets. The better qualities which are needed for this world including brotherly and sisterly love or the love for the down-trodden or the subaltern would … Continue reading