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Transformers: Age of Extinction sucked, of course.
Guardians of the Galaxy was yet another slickly
assured piece of whiz-pop entertainment from
Marvel, but with just enough moxie and texture
to make it seem homemade rather than built on
an assembly line. But the most interesting tentpole
films this year were decidedly darker. X-Men:
Days of Future Past was so grim, and so eye-
itching with its elliptical story about past and
future, and yet was incredibly resonant and, I
dare say, moving.
But, factor in the glut of YA dystopias we were
subjected to this year---Divergent, The Giver, The
Maze Runner, Hunger Games Infinity---along with
Snowpiercer, and I think we more than had our
fill of tales about a ruined future world.
Instead I d love to see more movies like the rip-
roaring Edge of Tomorrow. A shame, then, that
this Groundhog Day-meets-alien-warfare actioner
Comedy genre suffered in 2014
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didn t do more business at the box
office. At least the wonderfully loopy
Lucy was a big commercial and crit-
ical hit, guaranteeing more weird,
wild Luc Besson adventures to come.
And, it must be said, between that,
Chef, Captain America: The Winter
Soldier, and the terrifically odd and
unnerving Under the Skin, Scarlett
Johansson may have had the best
movie year of anyone.
Where mainstream movies really
suffered this year is comedy. When
The Other Woman, a glossy belch of
a movie, is one of the better studio
comedies of the year, you know
you re in trouble. The comedy world
saw clunkers like Sex Tape and Hor-
rible Bosses 2 stink up the joint, while
Tammy, Melissa McCarthy s strange
and strangely successful 4th of July
road movie, connected in some ways,
but didn t provoke many belly laughs.
David Fincher turned Gone Girl
into a macabre, elegant success, while
Christopher Nolan s Interstellar is
long, confused, and has a legion of
devoted fans already.
Ridley Scott gave the expected
rumble to Exodus: Gods and Kings,
the second of two Old Testament
movies this year, both of which were
shockingly not bad.
Darren Aronofsky s springtime
offering Noah has more artistic flair
and thoughtfulness, but Exodus has
some genuine heft, if a whole host
of racial problems.
As we march toward the Christmas
and New Year s holidays, the usual
mix of awards-hopeful movies and
potential mega-hits are laid out
before us. Of them all, Selma is the
only must-see, a rousing, robust suc-
cess that has relevance and weight
and meaning and all that good stuff,
while also being a really well-made,
Oh, and watch Ida. I don t know
where else to mention an 80-minute,
black-and-white Polish movie about
a Jewish nun investigating the death
of her family in 1962 Communist
Poland, but it s on Netflix, and it s
wonderful, and you gotta see it.
Where mainstream movies really suffered this year is comedy. When
The Other Woman, a glossy belch of a movie, is one of the better
studio comedies of the year, you know you're in trouble. The comedy
world saw clunkers like Sex Tape and Horrible Bosses 2 stink up the
joint, while Tammy, Melissa McCarthy's strange and strangely
successful 4th of July road movie, connected in some ways, but didn't
provoke many belly laughs.
Maybe this next actor will lend his good
looks to a runway near us since he may have
more time in the near future to play with.
We ve learned that Arjun Kapoor has made a
decision to do only one movie per year.
"I want to
on one thing
at a time,"
at a maga-
worked in six
movies in last
two years and
I want to
one thing at a
time," he added.
ing actor, who we
recently saw in Gunday and 2 States is currently
working in one of his father s Boney Kapoor
The 29-year-old actor who is gracing the
cover of Filmfare s magazine for the third time,
expressed how honoured he was, and dedicated
the issue to Salman Khan saying: "We re all
Salman fans. Not only for the body of his work
but also the way he presents himself as a human
Guess who will be lighting things up at the
fifth season of Pune s Fashion Week in India?
The gorgeous Indo-Canadian actress Lisa Ray
will be walking for designer Ulka Bafna Vohra,
who is showing his latest collection Nirbheek.
According to Indian Express, Lisa will be
wearing one of Ulka s designs which features
"floor length lehengas, saris, anarkalis and pre-
The line was designed to "add a tasteful soft-
ness to the powerful woman of today."
We re excited here at BollyTalks to see Lisa
model the line for Pune s Fashion Week which
will run for three days, and end on December
Arjun Kapoor's December issue cover fo
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