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  • Movie review: The Lego Ninjago Movie

    Earlier this year, Lego came up with The Lego Batman Movie where a super-cool and super-alone Batman had to save the world from his usual villains...

    Sadly, the same can’t be said of Lego’s next venture The Lego Ninjago Movie, despite the presence of Jackie Chan and others...

  • Movie review: My Little Pony: The Movie

    My Little Pony: The Movie is a cute flick strictly for those kids who are accustomed to the cartoon series because if you don’t know the characters, you will not be able to enjoy the film...

    Do the Equestrians win against their monstrous enemies or does the Storm King manage to change day into night on his mood, My Little Pony: The Movie has all the answers...

  • Movie: The Lego Batman movie

    In The Lego Batman movie, the world’s greatest detective is pitted against the worst villains on the planet, led by arch rival Joker and has to save Gotham while trying to pass on as Bruce Wayne, train a youngster as his sidekick, deal with Alfred’s snooping and Commissioner Gordon’s retirement...

    Just like The Lego Movie (2014), everything is awesome here, and it also mocks Batman’s previous appearances in films and makes fun of...

  • A phantom legion

    The great and the good denounced the prime minister for pitching Pakistan into an anti-Shia coalition, asserting that this move would drive a wedge between our Sunni and Shia communities...

    These were accompanied by TV chat show hosts and their guests jumping up and down in unison, insisting that Pakistan could not afford to lose the services of a general who had spearheaded such a successful anti-terrorism campaign...

  • Saif Ali Khan's film Phantom is about the Mumbai attacks. How will it fare?

    Even though director Kabir Khan's Salman Khan starrer Bajrangi Bhaijaan was an optimistic take on India-Pakistan relations, it still managed to ruffle a few feathers what with its music controversy and speculation about whether it would be released in Pakistan...

    Will Kabir Khan's next venture, Phantom fare better — or worse?Based on the novel ‘Mumbai Avengers’ by S...

  • Telling uncomfortable truths gets films banned: Saif Ali Khan on Phantom

    Saif Ali Khan recently aired his frustrations about the controversy that's plaguing his upcoming film Phantom, which revolves around the tragic November 26 Mumbai attacks at the Taj Hotel...

    The film was dragged into court last week as Jamaatud Dawa's (JuD) Hafiz Saeed petitioned the Lahore High Court to ban it in Pakistan, saying it posed a threat to his life and was Indian propaganda meant to hurt Pakistan's image...

  • Actor portraying Hafiz Saeed in Phantom goes underground

    The actor who plays the Jamatud Dawa (JUD) Chief Hafiz Saeed – alleged by India to be the Mumbai attacks mastermind – in Saif Ali Khan's upcoming film Phantom is in hiding for security reasons, IANS reported...

    Phantom stars Saif Ali Khan and Katrina Kaif in a story that revolves around the tragic November 26 Mumbai attacks at the Taj Hotel, which killed at least 166 people...

  • How Phantom, Faisal Qureshi and Shaan vs Mawra exposed sexism in our midst

    Following Pakistani media almost makes me yearn for a place where sexism is Meryl Streep, and so, poles apart from Pakistan, where sexism is more like Humayun Saeed: utterly enduring, omnipresent, glowering at you from every medium possible, making an appearance in everything all at once...

    So of course, sexism managed to shimmy into this past week's biggest social media storm too — a storm involving the film Phantom, Saif Ali Khan, a...

  • Medical charity MSF takes legal action against makers of Bollywood's Phantom

    NEW DELHI: International charity Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is taking legal action against the producers of Bollywood film Phantom, saying its misrepresentation of the medical group could put its aid workers deployed in conflict zones at risk...

    Action-thriller Phantom was released on Friday and features British-Indian actress Katrina Kaif as an MSF aid worker who helps a disgraced Indian soldier — played by actor Saif Ali Khan —...

  • Chief of a phantom army

    But there is still no word from the retired general on his new job; nor is there any formal policy statement from the government on Pakistan’s participation in the Saudi-led coalition of 39 countries...

    This decision needed much more serious thinking as it implicates Pakistan in a highly contentious situation...

  • Movie review: The Avengers are back

    EARTH’S mightiest heroes are back and this time they are pitted against an enemy that is more powerful than they can comprehend...

    Avengers: Age of Ultron begins with Captain America, Thor, Hulk, Iron Man, Black Widow and Hawkeye taking on the villains just like they always do, and return with the specter which helps Tony Stark in enhancing one of his inventions
  • Movie review: Everest takes you to the top of the world

    EVEREST, the 3D Hollywood film brings out the beauty in the mountainous region as well as highlights what can go wrong on a trip that could end in one’s death...

    The special effects are of top quality and by the end of the flick, you will definitely start loving the mountain range that houses the highest mountain in the world
  • Major Covid-19 vaccine trial resumes in UK after safety review

    LONDON: Pharma giant AstraZeneca and Oxford University on Saturday said they had resumed a Covid-19 vaccine trial after getting the all-clear from British regulators, following a pause caused by a UK volunteer falling ill...

    “Clinical trials for the AstraZeneca Oxford coronavirus vaccine, AZD1222, have resumed in the UK following confirmation by the Medicines Health Regulatory Authority (MHRA) that it was safe to do so,” the company...

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