Tagged with tea

AUFDRUCK

AUFDRUCK

What is the movie about? :: Beginning with a quote from Heimito von Doderer, the movie features two women, Pansen (Mary Krasnoperova) and Schluppe (Kira Mathis) who are having some talk about various things as they sit facing each other at a cafe. These two young women who are somewhere in their twenties will talk … Continue reading

Mathai Kuzhappakkaranalla

Mathai Kuzhappakkaranalla

Vampire Owl :: This sounds like Lal Bhahadur Shatri’s continuation. I am not coming. Vampire Bat :: There is just Jayasurya playing a very good guy, otherwise this should be different. Anyway, you didn’t watch even that movie yet. There is also a shot of Jayasurya and Bhama having tea together. Remember the word “tea”. … Continue reading

Naku Penta Naku Taka

Naku Penta Naku Taka

Vampire Bat :: There is a problem with your tongue? Vampire Owl :: No, its the title of the movie we are going to watch. I couldn’t say it at the ticket counter. So I said this time for Africa. Vampire Bat :: Isn’t that title in Swahili? Vampire Owl :: Yes, but if it … 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

Django Unchained

Django Unchained

The Vampire Bat knew only one Django and was planning to give him knighthood for being such a wonderful coffin-dragger. It would have been an awesome feeling to have one’s own coffin. What about the awesome graves where he could have worked with the Ghost Rider with a stylish motor-bike or a horse-on-fire burning bright? … Continue reading