Sunday, June 28, 2009
Sunday, June 21, 2009
Saturday, June 20, 2009
Friday, June 19, 2009
Wednesday, June 17, 2009
- This is a imaginative cartoon sketching on an article published by 'Sevvaikizhamai Kavithaigal'.
- I read the article - impressed and shocked by it's content.
- I got a mental picture in my mind. Now that's being published infront of your eyes.
- According to the article, there is an overbridge which is known for suicide.
- I thought the habit of drinking among people is also a kind of suicide.
- You may wonder how drinking habit becomes suicide.....
- Yes! It is! This suicide happens slow but sure!!!
- I apologise for many misinterpretation or wrong portrayal of facts.
- To read the article please follow the link: http://poetry-tuesday.blogspot.com/2009/06/suicide-flyover.html
Tuesday, June 16, 2009
Saturday, June 13, 2009
Hats Off to the crew members of the film 'BABEL'. It's so refreshing to see such a film with so much of hyperlinks between each and every events that happen in different parts of the world, and that too with different sets of people.
- Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, gave his best as a film director through this movie.
- Guillermo Arriaga's StoryWork
- Gustavo Santaolalla's Uncompromisable Music
- All the actors who played their parts with utmost perfection!
- A special attention to Adriana Barraza who acted as Amelia &
- Those non-professional actors of the film - Boubker Ait El Caid as Yussef, Said Tarchani as Ahmed
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
- THE APPRERCIATIVE ASPECTS IN THE FILM:
Screenplay By Steven Conrad
Music By Andrea Guerra
Cinematography By Phedon Papamichael
Chris Gardner - Will Smith
Christopher Gardner Jr. - Jaden Smith
Linda Gardner - Thandie Newton
- The dialogues which were quiet impressive in this film:
Another situation were Chris wishes to take his son Christopher to a football game
Chris Gardner: "So what is meaning of possibility?"
Christopher (Son of Chris Gardner): "I know what it means.. it means we are not going to the game"
- The pains of middle income family at United States, their aspirations and the way how they pursue their happy(i)ness is being exuberantly portrayed.
- A Must Watch Movie By All Groups!
- A new kind of approach towards the old nostalgic film 'DEVDAS'.
- Anurag Kashyap's another milestone
- Roles of Dev & Chanda are well performed by Abhay Deol & Kalki Koechlin respectively
- A special greeting to new comer Kalki Koechlin, who had that charisma & courage to carry herself so well throughout the film as 'CHANDA'
- The editor of the film - Aarti Bajaj has to be quoted at this moment. Her work exemplifies the real mood of Indian youth culture & gives its best hand to the mood of the movie
Monday, June 8, 2009
Sunday, June 7, 2009
Saturday, June 6, 2009
- Shreya Sharan, South Indian Actress, now famous among Western Films too.
- Well known for her glamorous performance
- Her recent tamil film 'Thoranai' had nothing best except for her over-congested glamorous performance!
- She must learn that only glamour can't give her a strong stand in the field but doing more of meaningful roles with much of homework!
- It's evident that in Tamil Film Industry, actresses with both acting skills coupled with glamour flourished well and they are still remembered by our people.
Friday, June 5, 2009
- The Dark Knight directed by Christopher Nolan has got the nail-biting situations (can't point just one or two!!)
- The energetic movie has been complemented more with its Background score performed by Hans Zimmer & James Newton Howard (special credits to the background score provided to 'The Joker')
- Christian Bale as Batman provided his best performance.
- Cartoonian's favourite action scene in this film is the truck toppling on the road which carries 'The Joker'
- And also the first sequence of Bank robbery by 'The Joker' and his fellowmates
- Cartoonian's favourite dialogue in this film is "Why So serious?!" delivered by 'The Joker' again!
- The solid screenplay and story provides a concrete base to the film.
- Finally to conclude the character called 'THE JOKER' has been cynically portrayed by Heath Ledger himself.
- Cartoonian's heartfelt condolence for the demise of such a effortful actor.