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Reagan Gavin Rasquinha

Reagan Gavin Rasquinha
Reagan Gavin Rasquinha's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): The Times of India

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
3/5 68% About Time (2013) Ultimately, the message is simple and visceral enough to have crossover appeal. Give it a shot if romantic comedies float your boat.‐ The Times of India
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3.5/5 50% Escape Plan (2013) The characters fit to a tee, except for 50 Cent, incongruously miscast as a computer nerd! The action is routine but the way they plan the escape is interesting and inspired. ‐ The Times of India
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3/5 37% The Fifth Estate (2013) A movie about Assange and WikiLeaks is bound to be tough to tackle and while it has a few things going for it, Condon could have scored better if he chose to focus deeper on Assange's admittedly complex and mysterious psyche.‐ The Times of India
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3.5/5 61% Ender's Game (2013) It is nice ... to see Colonel Graff at his gruff best.‐ The Times of India
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3.5/5 45% Last Vegas (2013) Overall, the feel of the movie is relaxed and Turteltaub does a good job of breaking the mould of onscreen senior citizen stereotypes. This Old Boy's Club still knows how to party!‐ The Times of India
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3/5 40% Delivery Man (2013) Based on 2011's movie, Starbuck, this is Vaughn's vehicle all the way. All said and done, the movie has its heart in the right place.‐ The Times of India
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2.5/5 41% Oldboy (2013) The film has graphic violence and perversion, but there is no take-away. It leaves you trying to nail down what the point to this remake really was.‐ The Times of India
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4.5/5 75% The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (2013) The film is supremely accessible and enjoyable, even if you haven't read Tolkien.‐ The Times of India
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2.5/5 24% Walking With Dinosaurs (2013) For a film where so much effort has been put into making the CGI effects look good, a similar amount of emphasis and importance haven't been devoted to dialogues. ‐ The Times of India
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4/5 51% The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty (2013) Although Stiller has acted in far-out films like Zoolander before, this one gives viewers another side to this actor - one who can handle such ambitious films with ease.‐ The Times of India
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3.5/5 15% 47 Ronin (2013) Magical lands and sorcery add to the movie's mythic structure. While Mika is suitably simpering, the witch is delightfully evil and is a pleasure to watch. As for Reeves, his lines are minimal, but his swordplay does all the talking.‐ The Times of India
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3.5/5 30% Grudge Match (2013) [The] emotional angle in the film allows Stallone to deliver some surprisingly effective emotional monologues.‐ The Times of India
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4/5 93% Inside Llewyn Davis (2013) Generously laced with dark humour and part-melancholic, Inside Llewyn Davis is full of clever Coen-isms and the film's soundtrack too is wonderful. This one makes for some compelling viewing.‐ The Times of India
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3/5 49% Carrie (2013) Although it cannot top Brian de Palma's 1976 movie, this retelling does allow more empathy for Carrie; she is not evil just for the heck of it. It's a case of the underdog suddenly becoming an overlord.‐ The Times of India
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2/5 3% The Legend of Hercules (2014) While some of the effects are alright, the Nemean lion that Hercules battles in one scene looks comical. Hercules, looking like a beefcake at a toga party, starts using his superpowers only towards the end of the film. Too little, too late.‐ The Times of India
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4/5 61% Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (2013) Watch this - while making you laugh and cry, it takes you on a wondrous walk.‐ The Times of India
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3/5 4% I, Frankenstein (2014) The film is more of a generic action-fantasy based on a graphic novel, rather than the book by Mary Shelley, so don't expect it to be emotionally moving. ‐ The Times of India
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4/5 96% 12 Years a Slave (2013) This is not a movie to be enjoyed but endured. But there lies its disturbing genius.‐ The Times of India
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4/5 79% Saving Mr. Banks (2013) Heartwarming without being soppy, this film makes for a thoroughly enjoyable watch.‐ The Times of India
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4/5 75% Lone Survivor (2014) The fact that war really is hell is always kept front and centre throughout. Tobia Schliesser's cinematography is brilliant. This one's an adrenaline- packed ride all the way.‐ The Times of India
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4/5 96% The LEGO Movie (2014) There's much to enjoy in this film for all age groups - everything from the pop culture references, the multitudes of characters, light-hearted sarcasm and above all, the fantastic script.‐ The Times of India
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3/5 30% The Monuments Men (2014) The film makes a profound point in a subtle way - that the Fuhrer's ambitions if left unchecked would have been world-altering, in the most unsettling of ways.‐ The Times of India
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3.5/5 28% Pompeii (2014) The love story itself is forgettable and cheesy. But that is only incidental compared to what you can watch this movie for - its fight scenes and cataclysmic climax, both produced and recreated in good detail.‐ The Times of India
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4/5 59% Non-Stop (2014) If there's a film that is pretty much true to its name, then this one is it. Another variation on the classic theme of a plane hijack, the movie is relentless with not a wasted second.‐ The Times of India
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4/5 91% Nebraska (2013) Moving at its own pace, this is a fantastic study of Mid West America, where time almost stands still. ‐ The Times of India
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3.5/5 80% Mr. Peabody & Sherman (2014) At heart, the film looks at history with a bout of fun.‐ The Times of India
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4/5 65% August: Osage County (2013) There's not one weak link in the portrayals of this train-wreck of a family. ‐ The Times of India
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4/5 44% 300: Rise of an Empire (2014) Although you will have seen many action films set during a point of time in history (this one's set in 480 BC), there is plenty in here to keep your attention from start to finish.‐ The Times of India
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2/5 No Score Yet Battle of the Damned (2013) One of the first among many plot holes you will wonder about is how Gatling is a military rank despite clearly being a mercenary. Does he have a backstory?‐ The Times of India
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3/5 28% 3 Days To Kill (2014) Lighthearted while managing to mix a torture scene with a recipe for spaghetti sauce, the film's myriad elements come together with a deft touch, without losing the plot.‐ The Times of India
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3.5/5 22% Need For Speed (2014) Although light on plot and performances, the film delivers exactly what it promises.‐ The Times of India
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3.5/5 80% Muppets Most Wanted (2014) The song sequences are both fun and wacky -- two words that sum up this film.‐ The Times of India
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3/5 21% Sabotage (2014) Schwarzenegger fans will enjoy this action fest, as this is undoubtedly his vehicle all the way.‐ The Times of India
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3.5/5 76% Noah (2014) Although Aronofsky has dipped liberally into the well of fantasy in his recreation of Noah's tale, he does it in a manner that serves up a quasi-modern story laced generously with allegory and backed by some solid, no-nonsense performances. ‐ The Times of India
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4/5 89% Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014) Rogers might not have Batman's toys, Tony Stark's wisecracks or Superman's strength, but he is the most 'human'. This ranks among the finest in the superhero genre.‐ The Times of India
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3.5/5 41% Divergent (2014) At the heart of this dystopian tale awash in grays and browns is a lesson about finding one's identity and being at peace with oneself.‐ The Times of India
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3.5/5 46% Rio 2 (2014) Colourful and well-paced except for a cloyingly sweet song or two, the kids will enjoy this one.‐ The Times of India
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3/5 20% Transcendence (2014) The film is essentially a far-fetched, sometimes muddled, cautionary tale about mankind being taken over by the machines that they themselves have created, albeit with the best of intentions.‐ The Times of India
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2/5 18% Tarzan (2014) All in all, it's a slipshod rendering of a classic.‐ The Times of India
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3.5/5 64% Million Dollar Arm (2014) These cliches are handled in such a deft manner by Gillespie as to make the overall package quite heartwarming.‐ The Times of India
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3.5/5 74% Godzilla (2014) This is a fantastic homage to monster movies of yore and is bound to go down as a modern classic. Go Godzilla!‐ The Times of India
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3/5 54% Fading Gigolo (2014) Gigolo is pure Woody Allen formula and provides the right amount of gags to keep this sex comedy afloat.‐ The Times of India
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4/5 80% The Raid 2 (2014) If you enjoy savage, on-screen action that is unabashedly over-the-top and even sometimes borders on pastiche with all the gangster film tropes, don't hesitate to go watch this.‐ The Times of India
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2.5/5 14% Blended (2014) The movie is no doubt funny, but the genuinely good jokes are just by the handful.‐ The Times of India
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3.5/5 50% Maleficent (2014) All in all, an imaginative take on the old classic.‐ The Times of India
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2.5/5 22% Son Of God (2014) If you want to watch some really good movies inspired by and about the life of Christ, there are plenty of other options you can go for instead.‐ The Times of India
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2.5/5 12% Grace Of Monaco (2014) Here, for a movie that attempts to portray such an interesting life, the result is pretty bland.‐ The Times of India
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3.5/5 86% Chef (2014) Pleasing yet somewhat predictable, this film marks a sharp departure from Favreau's various blockbuster (*Iron Man*) films into something far simpler.‐ The Times of India
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3.5/5 18% Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014) Be it fiery photogenic explosions, smashing buildings, mega monster battles and more, there is no doubt that action rules this film.‐ The Times of India
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3.5/5 82% Begin Again (2014) Decidedly different from super-budget, superhero fare, this one is sometimes sappy but mostly engaging and definitely driven by music.‐ The Times of India
Read More | Posted Nov 13, 2017