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Shimla Mirchi movie review : Shimla kinare? koi dreamgirl pukare

Shimla Mirchi movie review is here. Marking the return of the prolific Ramesh Sippy, this rom com with a twist stars Hema Malini, Rajkummar Rao and Rakul Preet Singh. Finally seeing the light after a struggle of around five years, Shimla Mirchi is released today ? January 03 2019. So how is it?.. Let?s find out in the movie review of Shimla Mirchi.

Immediate reaction when the end credits roll

Some things will never change. Songs popping up from rom com, a sufi Punjabi track in Bollywood, if romance has to bloom, it?s better to zooms at alps if not Switzerland then Shimla, the ever graceful Hema Malini and whatever dud the prolific Ramesh Sippy makes, our love for Sholay will never die.

The Story of Shimla Mirchi

Based on one of world?s best all time classics ? The Cyrano De Bergerac the 1990 French comedy-drama film directed by Jean-Paul Rappeneau which
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First Trailer for 'Show Me What You Got' Directed by Svetlana Cvetko

"Enjoy the future and whatever will come." An official trailer has debuted an indie B&w sultry drama titled Show Me What You Got, the feature directorial debut of an experienced cinematographer who's worked on numerous acclaimed documentaries. An undeniable spark during a chance meeting leads a curious group of three 30-somethings to explore their sexuality while rumbling from Los Angeles to Italy, and discover the profound effect strangers can have on the trajectory of their lives. The film stars up-and-comers Cristina Rambaldi, Neyssan Falahi, and introducing Mattia Minasi; also featuring Pietro Genuardi, Giusy Frallonardo, Anne Brochet, and Karen Obilom. This looks incredibly sensual, sexual, and thoughtful, an examination of life and the challenges of relationships. There's some clearly gorgeous shots in this trailer. Here's the official trailer (+ poster) for Svetlana Cvetko's Show Me What You Got, direct from YouTube: In a richly filmed black-and-white, three late-twentysomethings come
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Les Gazelles | 2015 My French Film Festival Review

Girls Just Wanna Have: Achache’s Breezy Sophomore Feature

After adapting Muriel Barbery’s celebrated novel The Hedgehog for her 2009 debut, director Mona Achache returns with her latest feature, Gazelles, based on the successful one woman show “Camille Attaque” of its star Camille Chamoux. Fans of her fantastic first outing may be a bit disappointed by the slightness of her latest, which feels akin to English language female buddy comedies, but happens to be a bit more refreshing due to its realistic female characters. Given its familiar scenario, Achache and Chamoux manage an energetic rendition of heterosexual female thirtysomethings finding empowerment as they overcome the building ennui of pre-mid-life crises brought on by refusing to accept standards they’ve had no say in creating. But even with its frank, sexual embrace in tow, there is a constant itchy niggle shadowing every scene because that fact of the matter is, we
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5 Things to Know About Princess Charlotte of Monaco's New Boyfriend

5 Things to Know About Princess Charlotte of Monaco's New Boyfriend
Stand-up comic and film actor Gad Elmaleh is not only considered the funniest person in France, but he's also dating Monaco's Charlotte Casiraghi, the stunning royal granddaughter of the late Princess Grace Kelly. And Casiraghi is expecting their first child together later this year. Virtually unknown in the U.S., Elmaleh, 42, was actually in Woody Allen's Oscar-winning Midnight in Paris, as the misguided Détective Tisserant. Starting Friday, American audiences will have the opportunity to see him again, this time in his starring role in the financial thriller Capital, opposite Gabriel Byrne and directed by Oscar-winning French director Costa-Gavras. Here
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Charlotte Casiraghi Is Engaged and Expecting

Charlotte Casiraghi Is Engaged and Expecting
Princess Caroline of Monaco's happiness streak continues. After People reported that her son Andrea Casiraghi is set to tie the knot with his fiancée, South American heiress Tatiana Santo Domingo, on Aug. 31, sources confirm that the Princess's daughter, Charlotte Casiraghi, is expecting her first child with French comedian and actor Gad Elmaleh before Christmas. The good news doesn't end there: Charlotte, 27, and Morocco-born Elmaleh, 42, are also engaged and plan to wed this fall in a private ceremony. "Theirs is a beautiful love story and now there is a baby on the way,” a friend of Elmaleh tells People. "It's a proud moment for them.
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Foreign Objects: The Hedgehog (France)

It shouldn’t have to be this way, but the summer movie-going season is generally known far more for big, bombastic spectacles than for smart, affecting character-based films. That’s not a knock on blockbusters as there were actually quite a few good ones in theaters the past few months, but it’s more an unfortunate commentary on how the smaller films are often lost in the shuffle of May to July if they’re even released at all. But August is the month where explosions and CGI slowly give way to dialogue and character, and it’s here where an intimate look at life, death, and defying expectations just might find the audience it deserves. Paloma (Garance Le Guillermic) has had enough. She’s only eleven years old, but she’s already had her fill of life’s absurdities thanks to a family that annoys far more than they enrich. Her
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Chicago – In our special French film festival edition of Hookup: Film, we have 50 admit-two passes up for grabs to the Chicago showing of the film “The Hedgehog” at the closing night of the Music Box Theatre’s Chicago French Film Festival! “The Hedgehog” star Josiane Balasko will be at this showing in person!

The film’s original title is “Le hérisson”. “The Hedgehog” stars Josiane Balasko, Garance Le Guillermic, Togo Igawa, Anne Brochet, Ariane Ascaride, Wladimir Yordanoff, Sarah Lepicard, Jean-Luc Porraz and Gisèle Casadesus from writer and director Mona Achache based on the novel by Muriel Barbery.

To win your free pass to the closing-night Chicago showing of “The Hedgehog” at the Chicago French Film Festival courtesy of, just answer our question below. That’s it! This showing is on Sunday, July 24, 2011 at 7 p.m. at the Music Box Theatre in Chicago. Directions to enter this
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The Hedgehog Movie Review

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The Hedgehog Movie Review
Title: The Hedgehog (Le Herisson) Directed By: Mona Achache Written By: Mona Achache, from Muriel Barbery’s novel “The Elegance of the Hedgehog” Cast: Josiane Balasko, Garance Le Guillermic, Togo Igawa, Anne Brochet, Ariane Ascaride Screened at: Review 2, NYC, 6/28/11 Opens: August 19, 2011 Things are seldom what they seem. An eleven-year-old girl, one would figure, would be watching Disney cartoons, checking out her email on a BlackBerry, and giggling with friends over boys in her class. A janitor who mops the floors of a building but probably would not know how to fix a leaky sink would hardly be expected to curl up with Tolstoy. Yet both of these...
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Alain Corneau, 1943 - 2010

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Le Monde and other French news outlets are reporting that Alain Corneau has succumbed to cancer at the age of 67. Just last week, Jordan Mintzer reviewed Corneau's latest, Crime d'amour (Love Crime), for Variety, calling it a "taut, sinister psycho-procedural." Starring Kristin Scott Thomas and Ludivine Sagnier and having just opened in theaters in France, the film is set to screen in a couple of weeks at the Toronto International Film Festival.

In 1992, Corneau's Tous les matins du monde (All the Mornings of the World) swept France's César Awards, winning best film, director, cinematography (Yves Angelo), supporting actress (Anne Brochet), music (Jordi Savall), costume design (Corinne Jorry) and sound. In 2004, Corneau was awarded the Prix René Clair.

Updates, 8/31: "Mr Corneau's movies included science fiction, police thrillers, a look at office politics in Japan and a mood piece about ancient India," writes Douglas Martin in the New York Times, "but
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