Archive for March 2013

#Quotes: The Wolf explains 'Character'


So, when Jules [Samuel Jackson] and Vincent [John Travolta] tells The Wolf [Harvey Keitel] that he loved to watch him work on the problem they created by killing Marvin in the car. The Wolf was amused at the compliment and tells his girlfriend, about respect and character.
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Tuesday, 19 March 2013
Posted by Amrit Rukhaiyaar

#Quotes: Michael's Revenge


After Don Vito's Death, Michael hunts down the five families and his brother in law for betraying Sonny, Michael's elder's brother. So, When Michael asks his brother-in-law Carlo Rizzi, who he approached first for setting up Sonny's death, Carlo says that he is innocent.
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Monday, 18 March 2013
Posted by Amrit Rukhaiyaar

Kai Po Che [2013]: A Good Reconstruction of a Mediocre Book #QuickReview

Cast: Sushant Singh Rajput, Amit Sadh, Raj Kumar Yadav, Amrita Puri
Directed by: Abhishek Kapoor
Movie Geek's Rating★★★½
Also featured in IMDb Critic Reviews

Kai Po Che is a screen adaptation of the fiction novel "The 3 Mistakes of my Life" written by Chetan Bhagat. It is directed by Abhishek Kapoor, the man who made Rock On . Rock On was a fabulous film, and Kai Po Che is definitely a good film.

Although I found the book quite ordinary, I loved the movie on the same story. Chetan Bhagat never made me realize the substance this book possessed. But the film maker surely succeeded in doing that in this movie adaptation.

Kai Po Che has many great scenes that keeps you craving for more, the screenplay moves at a mild speed but you never get bored. Almost everyone in the lead has acted well and the background score is another high point of the film. The music by Amit Trivedi is brilliant and carries the tone of the film.

Almost all the scenes are from the book but the reconstruction makes it look better. The real life incidents mentioned in the film are well mixed up with the fictitious characters. Some of the biggest issues/entities in India; cricket, politics and religion are depicted beautifully and carefully in Kai Po Che. 

The cast is inexperienced but talented, Abhishek Kapoor managed to extract something really extraordinary from the three of them. Sushant Singh Rajput steals the show, Raj Kumar Rao deliberately underplayed his part to perfection.

If you liked Dil Chahta Hai, Rang De Basanti, 3 Idiots, Zindagi na Milegi Dobara or any other coming of age story driven by a tale of friendship, then Kai Po Che is going to be another one on that list.

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Kai Po Che on IMDb
Kai Po Che on Wikipedia

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