Baaghi 3 looks very bleak and angry and violent. Baaghi 1, surprisingly not any of those things! Just a happy love story, with a bit of a love triangle on top of it, that leads to a lengthy martial arts (not guns) ending fight scene.Continue reading
I’m doing Ramesh Sippy movies for two weeks, which hopefully will get some of you to watch them so I can have someone to talk to about things, but in between I am also throwing in random Sunday Reviews.Continue reading
There’ve been a few songs released while I wasn’t looking, none of them super exciting, but I might as well combine them all onto one post. So we can all talk about how excited, angry, or “meh” they make us feel.
Well, romance is in the air! Or at least couples are in the air. Everyone is pairing up in their own way
I’m I the only one who has seen Streets of Fire? If so, you must ALL WATCH IT IMMEDIATELY!!!! Anyway, Streets of Fire was remade in India as Tezaab, with Anil in a tapoori-type role and Madhuri in her break out performance, and lots and lots of 80s style action.
I was watching this thing thinking “okay, saw that in Sadak, saw that, saw that.” And then I looked up the years, and Baaghi was first! Sadak gets the mentions as this really cool deep love story, but it’s just doing what Baaghi did already. Okay, so Sadak is doing it better (because Mahesh Bhatt > Deepak Shivdasani), but still, Baaghi did it first!
Baaghi review 2! And then later today or tomorrow, Baaghi full recap all in one part! Because there’s really not much to it, besides fight scenes, and those aren’t worth recapping.
Baaghi! My first Tiger Shroff movie! Well, probably a good number of people’s first Tiger Shroff movie, since it is only his second over all. On the other hand, my 3rd Shraddha Kapoor movie! 4th if you count Gori Tere Pyaar Mein.