Author: BJT


T2 Trainspotting Movie

T2 Trainspotting: The original was more entertaining than the sequel

The T2 Trainspotting is here for review and the first question that the reviewers face is why go back? The movie is the sequel to the 1996 film Trainspotting but Oh! It was a hit. The Trainspotting is still remembered for explosive anecdotes, eye catchy captions and voiceover and also the melodious songs – Iggy Pop’s Lust for Life and Underworld’s Born Slippy. At that time, it was said that if you watched the move even for 10 minutes, you got your money’s worth.

The sequel is more conventional or it will be more appropriate to say that it is aging just like its characters. Renton is back to Edinburgh to attend the death ceremony of his mother after spending 20 years of drug-free-life in Amsterdam; on the other hand the hapless Spud is still struggling with his habit of taking heroin; the Sick Boy has learnt how to make money by blackmailing and Begbie has been in prison all these years.

The plot seems … Find More


Naam Shabana Movie

Naam Shabana: Akshay Kumar again steals the show with his extended cameo

Do you remember agent Shabana in 2015 movie Baby? If you don’t remember then recall the brisk fist-fight between and Indian agent and a terrorist in a Kathmandu hotel. That was Shabana. Taapsee Pannu played Shabana in Baby and got big claps by viewers and the critics. The role was short but she was able to leave a mark on minds of viewers and pens of critics.

Now come to Naam Shabana that is the prequel of Baby and here all the 148 minutes of the movie are dedicated to Taapsee Pannu. Again she’s agent Shabana but on a different mission. Shabana Khan is a special agent and she’s entrusted with the task of eliminating an arms dealer and ISI man Mikhail alias Tony (Prithviraj Sukumaran). The movie has two stories running parallel.

Shabana Khan loses her love to unsocial elements that are connected to arms dealer. From here starts the story of making of Shabana. She becomes a spy and increases her … Find More