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Old 01-06-2017, 12:16 PM   #1
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^I'm already yawning
Either RANGOON is going to be or - out of .

It looks promising but I still cant imagine film maker of Bhardwaj's calibre shooting period of 1940s digitally.

I dont understand his logic of using digital RED WEAPON 6K or 8K camera for cinematography instead of 35mm celluloid.

The images here look way too clean, smooth and polished for the period film and for my liking.

Although, the trailer is one of the best I've seen, lets hope its not another BOMBAY VELVET as bollywood really struggles to get period correctly on paper itself.

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^The problem I have with it is, it feels like a mishmash of genre tropes and slavish Hollywood influence. There were genuinely interesting things happening in India's history at the time, but the place and period look like a 2-dimensional backdrop to a cliche romance triangle.

Also, I actually liked Bombay Velvet. It again suffered from some Kashyap indulgences (the Cagney tribute was forced and jarring) and the lead pair had below zero chemistry, but for me it captured the zeitgeist of the classic masala Hindi film, and Karan Johar was a gem in his role.
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Burying the Ex, Mr. Right, Boy & the World, Code Of Honor, Kahlil Gibran's The Prophet, Meet the Blacks, The Lobster, FF VII: Advent Children, The Infiltrator, Urge, Morris from America, Interrogation, Phantom Boy, Ordinary World, Life On The Line, The Hangman: Shepherds And Butchers,
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Can we have the thread renamed to latest Indian film trailers 2017, please?

BTW, here's the trailer for the Malayalam film Veeram, an adaptation of Bard's Macbeth set against the backdrop of Vadakkan Paattukal and directed by Jayaraj who had adapted Othello (as "Kaliyattam")and Antony & Cleopatra (as "Kannaki") as well.

Barring Oru Vadakkan Veeragatha where he was depicted as a flawed and misunderstood hero, Chandu the traitor has always been the antagonist in every movie made on him. This time, the character becomes the protagonist once again, but the Shakespearian one who starts good and breaks bad to become the villain of the lore. Kunal Kapoor essays the role of Chandu/Macbeth.

The above text is purely based on my own opinion. If you mistake it for some sort of soothsaying, you cannot be more wrong. :-P

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Can we have the thread renamed to latest Indian film trailers 2017, please?

[Show spoiler]BTW, here's the trailer for the Malayalam film Veeram, an adaptation of Bard's Macbeth set against the backdrop of Vadakkan Paattukal and directed by Jayaraj who had adapted Othello (as "Kaliyattam")and Antony & Cleopatra (as "Kannaki") as well.

Barring Oru Vadakkan Veeragatha where he was depicted as a flawed and misunderstood hero, Chandu the traitor has always been the antagonist in every movie made on him. This time, the character becomes the protagonist once again, but the Shakespearian one who starts good and breaks bad to become the villain of the lore. Kunal Kapoor essays the role of Chandu/Macbeth.

Veeram Malayalam Movie Official Trailer - Kunal Kapoor - Directed by Jayaraj || LJ Films Release - YouTube
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Abbas-Mastan's upcoming thriller is shot on 35mm film or Digitally shot?

Cinematographer is Dilshad V.A. from Malayalam cinema

I love that 1990s decade feel of Bollywood cinematography (BAAZIGAR, DARR, HAHK, DDLJ, KOYLA, 1942 ALS, SOLDIER, KARAN ARJUN etc etc).

We know Abbas-Mastan are stuck in that decade forever but cinematography is natural, washed out, real, life like colors feel to it. Love that background. So 1990s.

I rarely see this muted color palate in today's excessively colorful color corrected, vibrant digitally shot Bollywood big budget films. They are way too bright, LED like for my taste in cinemas.

I like to support this kind of cinema even if thriller turns out to be average. Its throwback vintage 1990s bollywood for me (including that copied song of YALGAAR).




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^ whoa that machine trailer is awful !!! They really shouldn't have written from the makers of Baazigar. Biggest insult to the classic.

Looks like its becoming a trend. Worst ever films from makers of best ever films (DDLJ/Befikre)
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Baahubali 2: The Conclusion


I could catch a few moments that hint to
[Show spoiler]the possibility of Kattappa being the biological father of Bhallala Deva
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Kaatru Veliyidai


The latest from the formidable Mani Ratnam-A R Rahman duo, with the camera being wielded by Ravi Varman (Barfi, Tamasha). That "Jugni" track sounds great, and the wait for the OST is getting tiresome.
The above text is purely based on my own opinion. If you mistake it for some sort of soothsaying, you cannot be more wrong. :-P

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