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...
India is a tiger at home, and a bacterium abroad. After our embarrassing performances in South Africa and New Zealand, questions are being asked about whether our team is truly ready to play a cricket match anywhere outside the sub-continent. We think there is light at the end of the tunnel - we think that these 6 ideas will help India rise from the ashes and become a tiger everywhere.
We're so worried about his recent string of crazy activities that we think he might go too far soon. He might do one of these things, for instance:
After Arnab Goswami took Rahul Gandhi’s case in an interview (there’s really no other way of putting it) on Monday, we think that Koffee with Karan is way too boring. If we wanted to know random celeb gossip, we’d just read their tweets. But the way Arnab grills people, you have to admire him
A few days after Jai Ho's release, it is apparent that Salman's latest film will not touch the heights achieved by Chennai Express, Krrish 3, or Dhoom 3. It might not even touch Dabangg-2 or Bodyguard, and this is in 2014, when every other film hits 100 crores domestically. So why did Jai Ho fail to break all the box office records we thought it would? We aren't sure, but here are a few reasons.
Air India finally did something to make us sit up and take notice. They announced that they would provide wi-fi facilities to people on board their aircraft. This is great, but we don't think they've thought through some of the funnier consequences of their decision.
There are three constants in life in India: the petrol prices will keep rising, Arnab and Manmohan will always be opposites, and Salman Khan movies will always stick to a formula. Whether he's a cop, a bodyguard, or an Aam Aadmi, he's basically Rajinikanth in a different body.
Yesterday, Aamir Khan tweeted a picture that went viral – it had him along with Salman Khan seemingly taking a leak into some plants. We’re surprised the normally intellectual Aamir did something like this, and sure that Sallu Bhai is sitting embarrassed somewhere. Here are the next few celebs we think Aamir will embarrass on Twitter, and how: