One week into the summer vacation already watched three movies – Iron Man 3, Star Trek into Darkness and epic. This is BLISS!
Absolutely not an overdose of movies! We are just paying Tribute to 100 years of Indian Cinema
|Indian Cinema completes 100 years – 1913 to 2013|
India is the world’s largest market for movie tickets. The Indian movie industry is primed to be a $5 billion industry in the coming years. According to Senator Chris Dodd, Chairman and CEO, Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) films contribute about $640 million to the Indian economy.
|Top Ten Countries by Expenditure on Movies include India, USA and Indonesia|
The statistic shows the crown for movies with the most fans on Facebook as of April 2013 belong to the fantasy world. The Harry Potter series holds the top spot with 60.63 million Facebook fans, followed by Avatar with more than 39.86 million fans on the social network.
Our choice this week was no different. Iron Man 3, Star Trek into Darkness and epic belong to the similar genre. Watching movies at Big Cinemas, TGIP, Noida is a delight. The movies have been no less than wonderful entertainers.
Iron Man (2013)
Great movie this summer with many whistle and clap-worthy moments for the action sequences that inspire nothing but awe Read the review by Claudia Puig, USA Today. She writes “This third installment (after 2008’s Iron Man and 2012’s Iron Man 2) has such a surfeit of visual dazzle and eye-popping stunts that it teeters on overload. But Downey reins it all in with his perfectly-timed dry wit”. Couldn’t have agreed more and Sir Ben Kingsley as The Mandarin is the surprise package.
|Mandarin the new enemy of Iron Man|
If you missed after the credits scene of Tony Stark aka Iron Man and Dr Bruce Banner aka Hulk like many others, watch it on You Tube.
Truly, the movie inspires awe and to some it gives ideas for crazy stuff. Watch this bizarre story of a man dressed as Iron-man who robs the bank in California.
Star Trek into Darkness (2013)
Source: Economic Times, Prasar Bharti, Maps of World, Huffington Post, You Tube, USA Today
nice reviews Bushra ! first time on your blog. Nice effort !! Happy Blogging dear !! 🙂
Nice write up… I have been so busy of late that I haven't managed to watch even one, but will try to catch them soon.
Btw, here's the link to my film weblog: