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Rony D'costa

Rated 1.5
10 years ago
2.9 136 Ratings

The Other Guys

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Guys and those who enjoy the usual cop films with attempted humor, will definitely enjoy this.

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Rony D'costa

Rated 3.0
5 years ago
3.7 1,471 Ratings

The Jungle Book

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A familiar story told in the most beautiful manner! This well crafted, well enacted jungle tale is a treat to the eyes.

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Rony D'costa

Rated 1.5
5 years ago
2.5 559 Ratings

Love Games

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You'd probably not want to try your hand at this 'Game'.

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Rony D'costa

Rated 4.0
7 years ago
3.5 3,556 Ratings

X-Men: Days of Future Past

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X-Men: Days of Future Past is an entertaining blockbuster with first class visual effects and riveting action. Thanks to the talented all-star cast, this is one of the best entries in the X-Men saga.

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Rony D'costa

Rated 2.5
7 years ago
3.1 3,088 Ratings

The Xpose

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Shoddy scripting and awful acting especially by Himesh Reshammiya. The murder mystery lacks intrigue and the music and the costumes don't appeal to the senses. This Xposé is hollow.

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Rony D'costa

Rated 2.5
7 years ago
3.1 712 Ratings

Revolver Rani

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With a crackling performance by Kangana Ranaut, hilarious dark comedy and raw stylization, Revolver Rani is one trigger you must pull!

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Rony D'costa

Rated 1.5
7 years ago
3.6 6,568 Ratings

2 States

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2 States is an adorable love story with fantastic chemistry between Arjun Kapoor and Alia Bhatt. Although it could have been a better adaptation, it's a fun watch for the whole family.

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Rony D'costa

Rated 2.0
7 years ago
3.5 931 Ratings

Rio 2

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Rio 2 is bigger than its predecessor but may not be better. This vibrantly animated sequel with wonderful song sequences is a must watch for the kids.

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Rony D'costa

Rated 3.0
7 years ago
3.1 1,221 Ratings

Oculus

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Less gore and more scares, Oculus is a well-executed horror film that will please fans of the genre. Watch it for the chilling moments!

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Rony D'costa

Rated 2.5
7 years ago
3.4 703 Ratings

Noah

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Though lengthy with tiresome dialogues, Noah is a visually satisfying Biblical epic. Aronofsky's addition of subplots in the film make it an exciting watch for both believers and non-believers.

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