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'Robinson Crusoe': Lame and unexciting

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Technically, the anthropomorphized animation is spectacular with all animals faithfully created, looking appealing and truly alive. Also, each frame is visually colourful. But this is all what has been seen before. This one has nothing extraordinary to offer.

'Pink': Amitabh elevates powerful message-based film

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Amitabh Bachchan as Deepak Sehgall, the aged defence lawyer, shines as always, in a restrained, but powerful performance. His histrionics come primarily in the form of his well-modulated baritone, conveying his emotions and of course, from the well-written lines. 

'Freaky Ali': Crime-cum-sports flick brimming with mass appeal

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Overall, "Freaky Ali" inspired by the English film, "Happy Gilmore", entertains with its simplicity and raw Indian appeal.

'Baar Baar Dekho': Gorgeous looking film with a heart

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"Baar Baar Dekho" is about getting a chance of changing the mistakes in life without making them. But really, I can't think of one thing I'd like to see changed in this film. Except maybe Sarika's prosthetics when she plays dead. Someone overdid the mother's wrinkles.

'A Flying Jatt': A Bonafide Desi Super-Entertainer

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Tiger is a laugh riot in conveying the spellbound bewilderment of an ordinary guy who can suddenly fly. The narrative keeps pace with its sincerely committed hero most of the way, slowing down reverentially for an animation crash-course on Sikh history, as to why and how the adage of Sardarjis losing their equilibrium at the stroke of 12 came about. 

'Ben-Hur': This remake is epic in every sense

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There are visuals of great suffering as the Roman clampdown on the Jews, dragging Judah's entire aristocratic family onto the streets. Jesus Christ (played with hypnotic compassion by Rodrigo Santoro) is featured as a man on the street providing a healing touch to a wounded civilization.

'Happy Bhag Jayegi': A light-hearted, feel-good film

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With moderate production values, the film is technically well-crafted. The visuals, back-ground score and music are of fine calibre and mesh well in the final flow.

'Dishoom': Most fast-paced Bollywood bromance in recent times

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The best line in the film goes to Ms Fernandez who tells John, "You've just come out of your testicular cancer, now stop smoking."

'Bad Moms': Entertains you with raunchy humour

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The film aims to take a satirical look into the lives of such mothers who are bogged down by; peer pressure, their lazy and selfish better halves, dependent children and exploitative bosses. 

Ghostbusters: Enjoyable but not spooky enough

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Set in New York, the narrative begins with establishing Sir Aldridge's stately 19th century West Village brownstone Mansion which is now a museum in New York City, as haunted.

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