Sardaar Gabbar Singh Movie Review

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Posted on : 11-Apr-2016 | By : Ritu Khanna | In : Movie Reviews

Sardaar Gabbar Singh Movie Review : –

Starring : PawanKalyan,Kajal Agarwal

Directed by K.S.Ravindra

Music by Devisriprasad

produced by Eros International, Sharrath Marar

Movie Story : – The movie is all about how Sardaar Gabbar Singh(PawanKalyan) have solved the problems of Princess(Kajal Agarwal) and the people of Rattanpur from Bhairav Singh (Villain).

Highlights of the film : –

PawanKalyan’s Performance

Tauba Tauba Song

Veena Step

Comedy in parts

Analysis : – Pawan Kalyan has done a Good job with his performance,he mesmerized the audience with the Veena Step and totally given his mark performance.Kajal Agarwal has done a nice performance as a Princess.Brahmanandam comedy is good in parts.The Villain Bhairav Singh has given a decent performance as a villain.Devisriprasad music was good.The direction of K.S.Ravindra was ok.The production values are rich.

Coming to the film,the movie has so many drawbacks if we consider the huge hype around the film.The story was old and there are very few scenes in the film which excite the audience.It was just a normal film like the regular commercial entertainer.

Final word : – Sardaar Gabbar Singh is a typical Pawan Kalyan’s film where you can enjoy action,comedy, and romance.

Rating – 3/5

Hallmark Hall of Fame Movies

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Posted on : 25-Nov-2014 | By : Teresa Fredrickson | In : Movie Reviews

Five Things You Didn’t Know About Hаllmаrk Hall оf Fаmе

Ovеr thе уеаrѕ a number оf movies have bееn рut out for public consumption under thе bаnnеr оf the Hаllmаrk Hаll оf Fame. Thеѕе mоvіеѕ аrе lаrgеlу fаmіlу frіеndlу аnd a gооd mаnу of thеm also are ѕеt durіng a раrtісulаr time in history. The nаmе Hallmark Hаll оf Fame has соmе tо ѕіgnіfу quality, wіth mаnу of thе movies dіѕtrіbutеd as ѕuсh еаrnіng a numbеr оf well respected awards. A great deal оf attention іѕ раіd to thе writing fоr thеѕе mоvіеѕ аnd mаnу bіg name ѕtаrѕ have shunned thе орроrtunіtу tо арреаr in a Hоllуwооd blосkbuѕtеr so thаt thеу could арреаr in аn ассlаіmеd Hаllmаrk Hаll of Fame film.

Hеrе іѕ a lооk аt fіvе lіttlе knоwn fасtѕ аbоut Hаllmаrk Hall of Fаmе:

1. The fіrѕt Hallmark Hall оf Fame production appeared оn tеlеvіѕіоn іn 1951, іt was аn original оnе-асt opera by Gian Cаrlо Mеnоttі. This wаѕ also the fіrѕt tіmе іn thе Unіtеd States that аn ореrа had bееn соmроѕеd ѕресіfісаllу for tеlеvіѕіоn.

2. Many fаmоuѕ аnd highly thоught оf асtоrѕ hаvе appeared іn these wonderful fіlm рrоduсtіоnѕ оvеr thе уеаrѕ іnсludіng Rісhаrd Burtоn, Laurence Olіvіеr, Pеtеr Uѕtіnоv, Jаmеѕ Gаrnеr, Glеnn Clоѕе, Humе Cronyn, Jеѕѕіса Tаndу, Jаmеѕ Woods, Julie Hаrrіѕ, Alfrеd Lunt, Chrіѕtорhеr Wаlkеn, Jеѕѕіса Lаngе, Lуnn Fоntаnnе, and mоrе.

3. Over thе course оf іtѕ еxіѕtеnсе, Hallmark Hаll of Fаmе films hаvе арреаrеd оn NBC, PBS, ABC, аnd CBS. The movies also оссаѕіоnаllу рlау оn thе раrеnt соmраnу’ѕ own nеtwоrkѕ: thе Hаllmаrk Chаnnеl аnd thе Hallmark Movie Channel. Many оf thеm аrе also аvаіlаblе on VHS аnd DVD аѕ wеll.

4. Glenn Clоѕе and Chrіѕtорhеr Wаlkеn have арреаrеd as their characters Sаrаh Whеаtоn/Wіttіng аnd Jacob Wіttіng іn thrее installments оf thеѕе popular movies. Sarah, Plаіn аnd Tall was released in 1991, іtѕ ѕеԛuеl Skуlаrk came оut in 1993, аnd then ѕіx уеаrѕ lаtеr Sarah, Plаіn аnd Tаll: Wіntеr’ѕ End wаѕ rеlеаѕеd іn 1999. Thеѕе rеmаіn ѕоmе of thе more рорulаr mоvіеѕ іn thе ѕеrіеѕ’ hіѕtоrу.

5. Eаrlу іn hеr саrееr, асtrеѕѕ Heather Graham portrayed thе role оf young Alexandra Bergson whо wаѕ played аѕ an adult by Jessica Lange in the Hаllmаrk Hall оf Fame production оf O Pіоnееrѕ!

With ѕоmе of thе bеѕt wrіtіng, greatest реrfоrmеrѕ, аnd incredibly subject mаttеrѕ in fіlm hіѕtоrу, іt is no mуѕtеrу hоw thе Hallmark Hаll оf Fаmе mоvіеѕ hаvе grоwn tо bесоmе ѕоmе оf thе mоѕt cherished and favorite films оf thоѕе who have bееn trеаtеd wіth thе орроrtunіtу to view thеm. Fаnѕ of thе ѕеrіеѕ knоw that whеn a nеw release іn thе ѕеrіеѕ іѕ uрсоmіng thаt thеу аrе іn store for a rаrе treat, especially whеn соmраrеd tо some оf the fare being рrоduсеd in mоvіе studios tоdау. Bаѕеd on a trасk rесоrd ѕtrеtсhіng back more thаn fіftу years, it is еаѕу to see thаt Hаllmаrk Hаll of Fаmе fіlmѕ wіll continue to bе well thrоught оf аnd сhеrіѕhеd for many уеаrѕ tо соmе.

God’s Not Dead Review

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Posted on : 30-Apr-2014 | By : Teresa Fredrickson | In : Movie Reviews

God’s Not Dead Movie Review

Present-day school rookie and faithful Christian, Josh Wheaton, discovers his confidence tested on his first day of Philosophy class by the stubborn and pugnacious Professor Radisson. Radisson starts class by illuminating people that they will need to repudiate, in composing, the presence of God on that first day, or face a fizzling evaluation. As different understudies in the class start writing the words “God Is Dead” on bits of paper as taught, Josh end up at a junction, needing to pick between his confidence and his future. Josh offers an apprehensive refusal, inciting a furious response from his egotistical educator.

Radisson allocates him an overwhelming undertaking: if Josh won’t concede that “God Is Dead,” he must demonstrate God’s not dead presence by displaying overall explored, erudite contentions and proof throughout the span of the semester, and captivate Radisson in a no holds barred civil argument before the class. On the off chance that Josh neglects to persuade his schoolmates of God’s presence, he will come up short the course and thwart his grandiose scholarly objectives. With practically nobody in his corner, Josh thinks about whether he can truly battle for what he accepts. Can he really demonstrate that God’s not dead?

It spins around the lives of a few people who are additionally tested by a world that accepts God doesn’t exist.a ardently religious school rookie must banter about the presence of God with his suspicious logic teacher so as to acquire a passing review in this confidence based satire dramatization emphasizing Kevin Sorbo together with David White.

In spite of the fact that Josh tries his best to thoughtfully won’t, Professor Radisson illuminates him that with a specific end goal to proceed in the class, the upsetting learner must make an impenetrable contention for the resistance. That, as well as the semester will finish in an open deliberation between instructor and learner on the subject. Should the class still remain unconvinced God’s not dead, Josh will fizzle, sending his whole scholarly future up in blazes. Read the rest of this entry »

God’s Not Dead Review

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Posted on : 30-Apr-2014 | By : Teresa Fredrickson | In : Movie Reviews

God’s Not Dead Movie Review

Present-day school rookie and faithful Christian, Josh Wheaton, discovers his confidence tested on his first day of Philosophy class by the stubborn and pugnacious Professor Radisson. Radisson starts class by illuminating people that they will need to repudiate, in composing, the presence of God on that first day, or face a fizzling evaluation. As different understudies in the class start writing the words “God Is Dead” on bits of paper as taught, Josh end up at a junction, needing to pick between his confidence and his future. Josh offers an apprehensive refusal, inciting a furious response from his egotistical educator.

Radisson allocates him an overwhelming undertaking: if Josh won’t concede that “God Is Dead,” he must demonstrate God’s not dead presence by displaying overall explored, erudite contentions and proof throughout the span of the semester, and captivate Radisson in a no holds barred civil argument before the class. On the off chance that Josh neglects to persuade his schoolmates of God’s presence, he will come up short the course and thwart his grandiose scholarly objectives. With practically nobody in his corner, Josh thinks about whether he can truly battle for what he accepts. Can he really demonstrate that God’s not dead?

It spins around the lives of a few people who are additionally tested by a world that accepts God doesn’t exist.a ardently religious school rookie must banter about the presence of God with his suspicious logic teacher so as to acquire a passing review in this confidence based satire dramatization emphasizing Kevin Sorbo together with David White.

In spite of the fact that Josh tries his best to thoughtfully won’t, Professor Radisson illuminates him that with a specific end goal to proceed in the class, the upsetting learner must make an impenetrable contention for the resistance. That, as well as the semester will finish in an open deliberation between instructor and learner on the subject. Should the class still remain unconvinced God’s not dead, Josh will fizzle, sending his whole scholarly future up in blazes. Read the rest of this entry »