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    Anubhab review on 12-09-2009 17:09:23

    Rating: Anubhab movie rating: 3 out of 10

    “Anubhab” is all about unbound reckless amateurism such a reckless work about such a serious issue is quite perplexing & disturbing. Absolutely no research has been made while shooting this film based on the situation & misery of third world women. ...

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    Sob Choritro Kalponik review on 28-08-2009 18:38:48
    Sob Choritro Kalponik

    Rating: Sob Choritro Kalponik movie rating: 5 out of 10

    “This Penance Is Not Imaginary”
    Amidst breakdown of national health standards, corruption within every tire of rural bourgeoisie bureaucrats and deprivation of billions of rural population in areas like Lalgarh, Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand, comes in the much awaited surreal saga of ...

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    Kaminey review on 16-08-2009 11:01:33

    Rating: Kaminey movie rating: 0 out of 10


    This is a Vishal Bharadwaj world. And this time (after Makdee, Maqbool & Omkara) discover a new world within his world. “Kaminey” is a deliberately confusing, arresting, mesmerizing & hard hitting tale showcased with never shown technicalities ...

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    Dwando review on 08-08-2009 19:39:40

    Rating: Dwando movie rating: 5 out of 10

    Suman Ghosh’s Dwando has been one of the most exhilarating cinematic travelogues seen in post modern cinematic history. Whether it’s the neo-dark mystic sequence during the opening credits, or the prolonged climax sequence between Soumitra Chatterjee & Ananya, “Dwando” stamps itself as ...more

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    Phire Pete Chai review on 08-08-2009 19:36:20
    Phire Pete Chai

    Rating: Phire Pete Chai movie rating: 0 out of 10

    Beyond Criticism…

    The general convoluted trail of Bangla cinema has been of ditching and betraying quality for the sake of cheap technique. But needless to say that this film has brought prosperous results to the dying Bangla filmdom. “Poran Jaye Jaliya Re” is the latest glaring ...

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    Moner Ajante review on 01-08-2009 10:26:27
    Moner Ajante

    Rating: Moner Ajante movie rating: 1 out of 10

    Please Note: “Moner Ajante” can’t be tagged as a feature film by any parameters what so ever. Those who have seen it must admit this fact. Indence forth it is not possible to pen down a “review” done for normal celluloid versions.

    A ...

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    Brake Fail review on 11-07-2009 12:48:24
    Brake Fail

    Rating: Brake Fail movie rating: 2 out of 10

    The Break Has Failed…

    There is a plot. There is a subplot. There is a plot amidst the subplot. Then there arrives a subplot within the plot of the subplot… confused? You should be. Kaushik Ganguly has created his own version of a “confusing fairy tale”. With characters popping ...

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    Pakhi review on 27-06-2009 16:32:19

    Rating: Pakhi movie rating: 6 out of 10

    “Wings of Destiny”

    The “silence” embroidered with in the frames depicting the unending long shots reminds us of the “silence” which Ingmar Bergman maneuvered in his everlasting creation of pain, THE SILENCE. Nevertheless we know that Goutam Sen’s silence is vastly different from ...

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    Box No. 1313 review on 27-06-2009 16:14:16
    Box No. 1313

    Rating: Box No. 1313 movie rating: 3 out of 10

    Box of Hoch Poch

    When director Aniruddha Bhattacharya startles the audience at the climax by breaking the illusionary syndrome, he reminds us of the plays of Bertolt Brecht (Three Penny Opera & others) by every chance. Its obvious that the debutant director may disagree over ...

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    Saat Pake Bandha review on 05-06-2009 14:32:06
    Saat Pake Bandha

    Rating: Saat Pake Bandha movie rating: 1 out of 10

    Churir Pake Badha…

    As an admirer of the genre of filmdom, one feels that whether production houses like Surinder films or writers like N.K. Salil or directors like Sujit Mondal remain intertwined within their professional domain or surpass every known logic & legitimacy of celluloid ...

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    Jamai Raja review on 02-06-2009 20:06:49
    Jamai Raja

    Rating: Jamai Raja movie rating: 1 out of 10

    i benevolently request swapan babu to refrain from injecting poison into the veins of the already degenerated bangali nincompoos.please study about the languages & nuances of indegenous film making and then flaunt this criminalised u work & earn your bread from the society ...more

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    Alo Amar Alo review on 11-04-2009 12:57:30
    Alo Amar Alo

    Rating: Alo Amar Alo movie rating: 3 out of 10

    Presented by Charu Chitra, ”Alo Amar Alo” depicts the cynic, masochist & voyeuristic attitude of a man & how he overcomes it. Quantitatively, this film can’t boast of something overwhelming in it. Neither the screenplay, nor the camera has offered anything new. The narration is slow, ...more

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    Kamallata review on 11-04-2009 12:52:49

    Rating: Kamallata movie rating: 6 out of 10

    “Kamal lata” may be tagged as the déjà vu of eternal love, friendship & humanity. Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay’s Srikanto (4th part) has come alive with Uttam Kumar romping in a stupendous performance for the character of the protagonist Srikanto. The film is about the love between a Hindu ...more

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    Uttoran review on 11-04-2009 12:49:59

    Rating: Uttoran movie rating: 6 out of 10

    “Uttoran” was created by Sandip Ray from a tale of his late father Satyajit Ray in 1994. The film remains as a venture of academic interest because Satyajit Ray won a posthumous national award for best screenplay (1994). “Uttoran” is all about humanity, dedication, honesty & transgression. ...more

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    Apanjan review on 11-04-2009 12:46:30

    Rating: Apanjan movie rating: 6 out of 10

    “Aponjan”was made in 1969 by the effervescent Tapan Sinha. As a film “Aponjan” had flaws & loopholes but the “heart” was just about in the right place. The postmortem of the degenerated capitalist, ideology-less society of urban Bengal was wonderfully crafted by Sinha & his group of Samaritans. ...more

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    Debi review on 11-04-2009 12:43:13

    Rating: Debi movie rating: 8 out of 10

    “Debi” was released on 19th February, 1960. The fastidious Satyajit Ray created this film by adapting a novella of Prabhat Kumar Mukhopadhyay. “Debi” is all about the feudal, patriarchal, superstitious society which existed in rural Bengal in the past century, & how it predated upon simple ...more

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    Saptapadi review on 11-04-2009 12:36:30

    Rating: Saptapadi movie rating: 8 out of 10

    “Saptapadi” remains as the epitome of platonic love in the consciousness of every blue blooded Bengali for the past half a century. Ajoy Kar made this film in the early 1960’s (1962) & it remained as something more than history ….. “a legend for the forth coming ages.” “Saptapadi” is ...more

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    Nirjan Saikate review on 11-04-2009 12:32:39
    Nirjan Saikate

    Rating: Nirjan Saikate movie rating: 7 out of 10

    “Nirjan Saikote” is a film created by the legendary film maker Tapan Sinha which tantalizingly demarcates the psychological mystic connection amongst man, eternity & nature. The film was adapted from novelist Samaresh Basu’s award winning novel “Nirjan Saikate”.
    What appeals the ...

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    Interview review on 11-04-2009 12:28:18

    Rating: Interview movie rating: 8 out of 10

    “Interview” was created by Mrinal Sen in 1970. This film may be undoubtedly classified as a path breaker from many aspects. Primarily this was the debut appearance of Ranjit Mullick (as the protagonist). Secondarily “Interview” deals with the adversities of the capitalist economy functioning ...more

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    Pratidwandi review on 10-04-2009 12:59:01

    Rating: Pratidwandi movie rating: 9 out of 10

    Aggressive. Arrogant. Adamant. Honest. Revolutionary. All these pillars add up to the creation of “Pratidwandi” (1970). Satyajit Ray’s attempt to recreate the frustration & dejection of a 1970’s jobless youth (Dhritiman Chatterjee) passes with flying marks. As a film “Pratidwandi” scores ...more