The Twilight Saga has just ended, with 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' providing a mostly satisfactory conclusion to the series. To really understand if the movie was a success or not, you need to be able to laugh with it and at it; and that is exactly what you will do with our highlights of the movie. Read on, as our all-new format breaks down Breaking Dawn.
We start with handing out special awards to deserving candidates from the movie...
Some other burning questions also came to our mind while watching the movie. For starters, is Twilight a Zombie or Vampire series?
Kristen Stewart probably thought zombie, judging from her emotional range.
Also, the only way to kill a zombie is to take its head off *shrugs*
Second, would you name your child Renesmee? For us, there are only two options...
Option A: No
Option B: No
But we digress. Coming back to the movie, we also found that there were several top rankers worthy of mention...
However, all said and done, 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' will probably make more money in dollars than there are people in India. Here's how the movie will score with a variety of viewers...
Today, Rajinikanth celebrates his 63rd birthday. It is the biggest day of the year for all his many fans and, indeed for humanity as a whole. On this birthday,
The Congress needs action. Faced with a formidable opponent led by a decisive, steely-eyed foe, they are in tatters. Sonia Gandhi has announced that she will soon announce the PM candidate for the Congress in 2014, and many names are already doing the rounds.
This weekend, a huge global blockbuster is releasing. No, not the Hobbit Part 2, why would you think that? We refer, of course, to a film which is sure to be a masterpiece, Sunny Leone’s second big Bollywood outing, the one and only 'Jackpot'
The Congress Party cannot be happy right now. After contesting in 5 states over the past few weeks, they are winning just one, the smallest of the bunch. In the others, their seat share stands at a pitiful, exam-failing 21%. Heads will roll, strategies will be debated, RaGa will emerge unscathed.
R...Rajkumar is bad. We don’t wish to spend too much time on using words to explain how bad it is because it is movies like this which prove that every second of your life is precious. Spending it on R...Rajkumar is a huge mistake. Right from the inexplicable use of fullstops in the title to the insanity that went into writing the dialogues, R...Rajkumar had us thinking about all the bad things that happened in our lives, and how they actually become good when compared to whatever it was that Prabhu Dheva was attempting.
As the economy keeps inflating, so do Bollywood collections. In no time, they’ll each be making the equivalent of the cost of one onion! We predict that the upcoming Dhoom 3 will make 300 crore. Here’s why:
Following elections in Delhi yesterday, exit polls point to the fact that the Congress is going to lose, and pretty badly. What a surprise. Not. Considering the Congress’ performance over the past few months, we’re sure pretty much ANYONE could have beaten them. Here are a few examples: