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Movies seen...

Since I am in movie watching spree these days...so I am not going to write details of all the movies seen...I will discuss in detail

Evil Dead series I, II and III

1 was worth watching..rest two just comedy

Silence of the lambs

- Saw it in train from Allahabad to New Delhi in the morning 5 am :)....nice one...


Sleepless in Seattle
Why the hell would Tom Hanks do such asinine movie?

Remember the Titans
Nice one...Denzel Washington was really nice


Thank you for smoking
Nice one!...teaches you to negotiate :)

Slap her, she is French
Worth a look if you are a blonde...stupid and in your early teens

Zinda (Hindi)

First half was superb...then it was pathetic...Yes, I know its a remake of

Taare Zameen par
It was nice because it was a different movie...we humans have this thing...we will like things which is different ...

Resident Evil - I, II and III
I liked the third one

Jerry Maguire

Shrek 3
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