Sunday ReRun: Swades, for Ashutosh Gowariker's Birthday!

Happy birthday Ashutosh!!! I think Swades and Jodha-Akbar are probably tied for me for my favorite of your movies. Lagaan is whatever, Mohenjo Daro and What’s Your Raashee? are a mess, and I haven’t seen Panipat.

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Upcoming Sunday Reviews! Swades, Maine Pyar Kiya, Baaghi (2016)!

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.

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Sunday ReRun: Chhichore! A Nice College Comedy With A Surprising Ending

Well, that was a better movie than I expected! Not super duper great, but enjoyable and pleasant and well made with a very nice message. About a billion times better than Mission Mangal, for instance. And thus, deserving of a Sunday rerun post for those of you who missed it. Especially when Street Dancer 3D has us feeling all warm about Shraddha Kapoor.

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Sunday ReRun Announcement: Celebrate Shahrukh Day By Watching Dhanak!!!!!!!

I am very excited about this! I may rewatch this film myself, because it is so beautiful and such a nice little tribute to what SRK is. If you haven’t seen it before, you MUST. Even if you are not a Shahrukh fan, just because it is a beautiful beautiful film.

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Sunday ReRun: Bhavesh Joshi, the Film That Made Me So Angry I Couldn’t Write

It’s funny, usually when we think of Superhero movies, we think about being inspired or excited or hopeful. But that’s not why someone would become a vigilante, they would become a vigilante because they are just so ANGRY. This is a movie that puts you in the mindset of the superhero, not those he is saving. And it’s a dark place.

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Sunday ReRun: Sangam! The Classic Raj Kapoor Film I Want Shahrukh to Remake

I put up a post this morning of classic films that could be rewritten and remade for Shahrukh, and after thinking about it, I think Sangam is my top choice. Shahrukh can play the guy who wears his heart on his sleeve and loves loves loves and ultimately turns out to be a better happier husband than the dignified guy who hides his feelings.

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