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Welcome to my profile page. I'm Indrabhan Patel From Jabalpur, India. Currently I'm doing my job. Along with that i'm also using all the services of Uminto.com in my free time and its awesome. There are so many things to learn in Uminto.com. My area of Specialization is . I used to play games and hourly quizzes daily on Uminto.com.
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Date of Birth : Sunday, April 24, 1994 (20 Years)
Gender : Male
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Location : Jabalpur, India
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Secret Superstar
(According to Indrabhan Patel Secret Superstar is a 2 star movie)
secret superstar is an upcoming indian musical drama film, written and directed by advait chandan and and produced by aamir khan and kiran rao. the film features zaira wasim, meher vij and aamir khan in lead roles, tells the story of a child who aspires to be a singer. the film is scheduled for release on 4 august 2017.
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Review Posted on : 11 Aug 2017
Yeh Hai India
(According to Indrabhan Patel Yeh Hai India is a 2 star movie)
yeh hai india, follows the story of a 25 years old nri, who is born and brought up in u.k and shares the same stereotype views of india, which is known for its vast population, pollution and poverty. however, protagonist finds new development in media or probably an 'other side of same coin' of india, which is also known for successful mars mission in first attempt, a nation which proudly holds title 'god of cricket' for sachin tendulkar, who is again an indian and a nation which is known for its holy generosity with icons like mother teresa".
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Review Posted on : 11 Aug 2017
Jab Harry Met Sejal
(According to Indrabhan Patel Jab Harry Met Sejal is a 2 star movie)
the plot is wafer-thin and it’s been done to death by none other than imtiaz ali in each of his earlier films—be it jab we met, cocktail (writer) and tamasha. it’s the routine girl is engaged elsewhere story but she discovers half-way through that her soulmate is someone other. in this case, sejal is engaged to rupen but actually ends up falling for harry. let’s give the devil his due, imtiaz’s films do coax and cajole you to take a journey inwards instead of just doing the peripheral one. but in this film, the soul-searching bits between the leads don't quite add up. what makes this film watchable though is the presence of shah rukh and anushka both of who are in top-form in their punjabi and gujarati `impersonations'. in fact, srk is like old wine, the more he matures, the better he romances. boy, when he seals it with a kiss, he’s irresistible!
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Review Posted on : 11 Aug 2017
The Dark Tower
(According to Indrabhan Patel The Dark Tower is a 4 star movie)
there are other worlds than these. stephen king's the dark tower, the ambitious and expansive story from one of the world's most celebrated authors, makes its launch to the big screen. the last gunslinger, roland deschain (idris elba), has been locked in an eternal battle with walter o'dim, also known as the man in black (matthew mcconaughey), determined to prevent him from toppling the dark tower, which holds the universe together. with the fate of the worlds at stake, good and evil will collide in the ultimate battle as only roland can defend the tower from the man in black.
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Review Posted on : 11 Aug 2017
Annabelle: Creation
(According to Indrabhan Patel Annabelle: Creation is a 4 star movie)
yet another tiresome film in the formulaic and metastasising devil-doll horror franchise that started with the conjuring and its sequel the conjuring 2, notionally inspired by real-life paranormal investigators ed and lorraine warren. annabelle: creation is, heartsinkingly, a prequel to the prequel that was annabelle (2014), which gave the glassy-eyed victorian doll from the conjuring its own backstory. now we are back in some sub-little-house-on-the-demonic-prairie era, with anthony lapaglia playing mr samuel mullins, a doll-maker in a huge house in the midwestern middle of nowhere. it’s a profession that he makes as utterly silly and unbelievable as it sounds. miranda otto is stuck with the role of simpering wife and mom to their little girl who meets a tragic accident, and whose tormented spirit is hijacked by the devil who uses one of the dolls to get a foothold on earth. then the house gets used as an orphanage for girls for all ages. it’s the same old jump scares, the same old deafening audio stabs – the same old cliches and dull, lazy secondhand ideas.
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Review Posted on : 11 Aug 2017
Toilet: Ek Prem Katha
(According to Indrabhan Patel Toilet: Ek Prem Katha is a 4 star movie)
keshav (akshay kumar), the son of a manusmriti-following brahmin, is waiting to get married for years. now in his 36th year, he is made to marry a buffalo to neutralise his ‘maanglik’ stars in the opening sequence and you laugh at his pathetic condition. you know how unique can akshay kumar be in such scenes. his toothy smile and ‘battameez bol lo madam lekin bhaisaab mat bolo’ kind of dialogues set the mood. he isn’t your stereotypical village boy who would be a celibate before marriage. stalking a girl is a way of fetching her attention for keshav. the proprietor of a cycle store, his general knowledge and understanding of the society and religious texts are also satisfactory. director shree narayan singh moulds akshay kumar into a combination of jolly llb 2 and khiladi 786. in short, akshay is in comfort zone. his marriage with jaya joshi (bhumi pednekar), a state topper and ‘angrezi padhi likhi ladki’, meets a roadblock when jaya discovers his house doesn’t have a toilet. she refuses to be the leader of the ‘lota party’ and forces keshav to go for desperate measures. obviously they won’t last long and the couple is back to square one. but will the elusive toilet be made in keshav’s house? first thing first. toilet - ek prem katha endorses the indian government’s swacch bharat abhiyaan so seriously that after a point it starts to look like that priyanka bharti ad featuring vidya balan. the idea is to highlight the disadvantages of open defecation through a humorous tale. it happens in the first half with akshay kumar and divyendu sharma sharing some side-splitting scenes. their flawed bundelkhandi accent aside, they show a grip on their comic timing. their ‘praudh siksha’ (old age education) and mallika bhabhi (kumar was first married to a buffalo named mallika) gags work. they even try to replicate the sholay marriage proposal scene in their own way. some deviations happen in form of anupam kher, a sunny leone admirer, and chattering housewives of mandgaon who show a deaf ear to the enormous outcries over not using the open space for defecation.
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Review Posted on : 11 Aug 2017
Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2
(According to Indrabhan Patel Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 is a 4 star movie)
with the exception of ‘captain america: the winter soldier’, the marvel cinematic universe has notoriously struggled with their sequels. be it iron man, thor, or even the avengers – none of the follow-ups managed to capture their predecessor’s magic. it’s not too surprising then that writer & director james gunn tries to regurgitate the lightning–in-a-bottle success of the first film, by replicating some of the comedic elements that worked for it. which isn’t entirely a bad thing – as this is arguably the most vibrant and whimsical comic book film we’ve seen in a while, and that’s precisely what it should be. the movie’s ability to exist on it’s own two legs as an engaging, science-fiction story is it’s strongest point. this might come across as a disappointment to fans expecting a setup to upcoming films – ‘avengers: infinity war’ and ‘thor: ragnarok’, but keeping the proceedings self-contained to this ragtag bunch of anti-heroes is hardly a detrimental factor. in fact, it allows for a more personal look at each of these previously obscure characters, and delves into their individual psyches. since we’re relatively familiar with some of their idiosyncrasies, gunn allows them to run wild to humorous effect, while revealing crucial aspects of their respective backstories. ‘no small parts’ is appropriate here, which is testament to gunn’s ability as a writer and director to juggle a number of outlandish personalities – both old and new. he also extracts strong performances from a diverse bunch of actors, and all of them bring their a-game to the table as their prominent chemistry with each other is on full display.
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Review Posted on : 27 Jun 2017
King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword
(According to Indrabhan Patel King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword is a 3 star movie)
as expected, this is arthur’s origin story and is reminiscent of the lion king. while we often believe that the visuals of an indian action/ adventure are not a patch on hollywood films, the tables seem to have finally turned. we can now proudly say that baahubali (belonging to the same genre) beats this film hollow, when it comes to its scale, grandeur, opulence, storytelling and even emotional quotient. of course guy ritchie has a unique style and if you fancy his idea of cool, this erratic film revolving around the arthurian legend is bound to engage you. replete with ritchie’s trademark fast to slow-mo action cuts, witty one-liners, exciting chase sequences, elaborate sets and a swashbuckling hero who is always two steps ahead of his enemies, this action adventure keeps you on tenterhooks. while hunman makes for an impressive guy ritchie’s arthur, it is jude law, who turns out to be a total stunner, making evil look sexy. he is cold, cruel and irresistible. after playing watson with much lan, his collaboration with the sherlock director in a much diverse role does wonders for them once again. hunman is delightful too. astrid berges-frisbey makes her presence felt and eric bana is likable as usual as the righteous king. what doesn’t work is a rather embarrassing guest appearance by david beckham and guy ritchie himself. also, the visual effects in 3d seem pretty messed up after a while. despite the inconsistency in pace and vision behind this unique take on the legend of arthur, ritchie pulls it off in style. this may not be one of his best works but it entertains, nonetheless. daniel pemberton’s music deserves a special mention too.
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Review Posted on : 27 Jun 2017
Sarkar 3
(According to Indrabhan Patel Sarkar 3 is a 3 star movie)
we have lived with the protagonist and premise of this franchise for 12 years now. that explains the sense of dj vu while watching the third part. but it also accounts for the audience staying invested in sarkar right from the start. having lost his two sons vishnu (kay kay menon) and shankar (abhishek bachchan) earlier, he has aged but not mellowed. now he is kept insulated for the most part, by two lieutenants gokul(ronit) and raman(parag). his wife pushpa(supriya) is ailing and he does his best to shield her. proceedings pick up with the entry of his estranged grandson shivaji aka cheeku. the hard-nosed youngster picks up the scent of traitourness from gokul, who secretly aspires to supersede the don. even as the power-struggle within the four walls of the nagre home intensifies, outsiders like govind deshpande (manoj), a power-hungry political aspirant, a greedy dubai-based businessman, michael vallya(jackie) and a power-broker gandhi(bajrangbali), make their own pitches to destroy sarkar. coming to the all-important question—is ram gopal varma of shiva, satya, company and the first part of sarkar back in form? well, you can see some flashes of the filmmaker’s intensity here. his mahabharatha tale or palace politics as it is termed, plays out uninterruptedly. however there isn’t much intrigue because most of the twists are easy to guess. some of the dialogue is pithy but then again, this accounts for little. the brooding palette of shadow and light that has been the trademark of this franchise is retained, as is the govinda chant that works as a terrific background score. the ganesh-aarti rendered by bachchan is spellbinding; the iconic actor is also in top form, mesmerizing you with his grey shades and grey irises. for his legion of fans, this one is an important outing. amit, manoj, jackie and ronit lend weightage. however, the actresses--yami, supriya and rohini are short-changed
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Review Posted on : 27 Jun 2017
Hindi Medium
(According to Indrabhan Patel Hindi Medium is a 4 star movie)
at the core, the film deals with a very relevant subject of how language divides our society. howangrezi-speaking people in india are touted to be ‘premium class,’ while the hindi-waale however illustrious or wealthy, are low-brow, or plain uncool. hindi medium shines in two areas that most of our films often fall short of. as far as the story goes – good writing, and as far as comedy goes – great timing. raj (irrfan) has a flourishing clothes store in chandni chowk, where he sells ‘original copies’ of acclaimed designers, while his wife mithu (saba) -- her name classily upgrades to honey -- is struggling to angrezify their lifestyle so that their daughter pia (dishita sehgal) gets enrolled in a high-flying english medium school. they do everything they can -- move out of their ancestral home into a plush neighbourhood, abandon their desi swag for designer wear and switch from bhangra to angrezi beats. alas, it doesn’t cut it. plan b. apply in the gareeb quota, move into a poor settlement with rags and rodents, and take gareebi ki training. here, the couple meets shyam prakash (deepak dobriyal), who ironically, teaches them a few lessons – none that need language to comprehend. chaudhary gets the grammar of the subject right, and spells out the emotions fluently. the dialogues (amitosh nagpal) are perfectly pitched and interestingly, the humour rests on the hinge, never distracting from the centrepiece. of course, irrfan nails it with a class act, playing a man torn between his simple, unpretentious upbringing and his new wannabe avatar. saba, as the ott, dominating wife is sheer delight onscreen. dobriyal is superb and in some scenes, he leaves you teary-eyed. the second half gets over-dramatic and the plot seems quite convenient, taking ample liberties. the last chapter (climax) is stretched and predictable, but in the end, it drives home the point, exposing the inadequacies and loopholes in our education system. this class isn’t part of the usual bollywood curriculum, and we suggest that you sign up for it. admissions open to all.
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Review Posted on : 27 Jun 2017
Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales
(According to Indrabhan Patel Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales is a 4 star movie)
johnny depp is back as captain jack sparrow in the fifth (fifth!) instalment of disney’s swashbuckling series. the plot is nominal, and so are the film’s first 90 minutes (paul mccartney cameo included). boring and noisy, they parrot their predecessors – ugly, murky cgi visuals, and inane, sexist jokes alike. the introduction of astronomer and horologist carina smyth (kaya scodelario) as the smart one is a thin attempt to excuse the quips about her knickers, of which there are several. javier bardem doesn’t even seem to be having any fun hamming it up as villainous spaniard salazar. the film’s final stretch very nearly redeems things, with an excursion to a glittering island and an almost exciting underwater battle, but its corny, sequel-baiting ending pushed me overboard.
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Review Posted on : 27 Jun 2017
The Mummy
(According to Indrabhan Patel The Mummy is a 4 star movie)
home reviews ht & movies cinema movie reviews the mummy movie review i never thought i'd yearn for the eturn of brendan fraser, but this version of the mummy deserves to be buried for all eternity. by: ben gourlay | cinema movie reviews in ht & movies | posted: 1 day, 17 hours ago comment | email to a friend | font size: aa tweaktown rating: 44\%manufacturer: universal pictures the mummy movie review a few weeks ago, i re-acquainted myself with the 1999 mummy starring brendan fraser courtesy of universal's spiffy new ultra hd blu-ray release, and while the intervening two decades haven't necessarily been kind to the once cutting-edge visual effects (doubly so in 4k), it's happily just as entertaining, tongue-in-cheek and as plain fun as it's always been. but in light of my trip to 2017's newly rebooted film of the same name, its predecessor merely highlighted the many shortcomings of this newly reimagined version. robbed of the throne by the birth of a half-brother, princess ahmanet (sofia boutella) takes matters into her own hands and rights this perceived wrong, selling her soul to the vengeful god set and murdering her entire family. but no crime goes unpunished, and ahmanet soon finds sentenced to mummification for all eternity; that is, until then present-day nick morton (tom cruise) inadvertently brings her back to life, giving her the opportunity to complete her mission and bring set to life in human form. from both the perspective of a standalone film, as well as the opening salvo to what universal is aggressively marketing as their 'dark universe'; a wider monster mash franchise which will ultimately include icons such as dracula, frankenstein and the invisible man, the mummy is a complete and abject failure. in isolation, it's a boring, totally lopsided and narratively convoluted film, which comprehensively fails to engage the audience. as a would-be franchise kick-starter, it fares even worse. rather than allow the 'dark universe' to organically expand in its own time, ala the marvel cinematic universe (the first, and undoubtedly the definitive standard for getting one of these things up), in their eagerness they've cast the net way too wide, stuffing it full of winks and nods to characters and events that will presumably pay off in future films. unfortunately, their all-too-frequent nature only serves to slows the pace, bogging it down as they optimistically cram in another element that's utterly superfluous to this film in question. of course, the filmmakers should have focused more effort on making the mummy first and foremost a good film, or at the very least an entertaining popcorn blockbuster. as it is, its heavily flawed, with only a few interesting action set pieces scattered amongst heavy and overly wrought exposition, bolted onto a storyline that tries exceptionally hard to avoid offending anyone with a politically correct bend, and which itself in knots.
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Review Posted on : 27 Jun 2017
Welcome Back
(According to Indrabhan Patel Welcome Back is a 5 star movie)
welcome back indian comedy film director by anees bazmee and produce by firoj nandiwala. jone abhrim and shruti hashan are play lead role and anil kapoor, paresh rawal, and nana patekar are also play very good role in this movie. this movie is faimly movie. i like this movie. this movie is so comedy and very funny....
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Review Posted on : 5 Sep 2015
Brothers
(According to Indrabhan Patel Brothers is a 3 star movie)
brother is indian action drama film director by karan malhotra and produce by dharma production. this film is remake of 2011 hollywood movie warrior. akshay kumar and shidhart malhotra is play lead roles in this movie. akshay kumar is do very good acting in this movie. he was already a good actor and play good acting. shidhart is also play good role.
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Review Posted on : 31 Aug 2015
All Is Well
(According to Indrabhan Patel All Is Well is a 3 star movie)
all is well is bollywood family drama film director by umesh shukla and produce by bhushan kumar, kishan kumar, shyam bajaj and varun bajaj. abhishek bacchan and asin and shupriya phatak in lead roles. and rishi kapoor do was very good and emotional and funny acting. abhishek and asin are also do good acting....
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Review Posted on : 31 Aug 2015
Phantom
(According to Indrabhan Patel Phantom is a 4 star movie)
this movie is very good. phantom indian political thriller director by kapil khan ,and produced by sajid nadiadwala. it stars saif ali khan and katrina kaif in lead roles. this film about the attacks of 26/11 saif ali khan is a lead roles in this movie. he was very good actor.
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Review Posted on : 31 Aug 2015
Jai Jawaan Jai Kisaan
(According to Indrabhan Patel Jai Jawaan Jai Kisaan is a 3 star movie)
the film is a horrendously amateurish attempt at chronicling the life of india second prime minister lal bahadur shastri. jai jawan jai kaisaan is a classic example of how even the most inspiring stories can die a cruel death in the hands of a bad er horrid filmmaker and his team.
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Review Posted on : 10 Feb 2015
Shamitabh
(According to Indrabhan Patel Shamitabh is a 3 star movie)
danish and akshara go to a voice hospital to get his chek up but doctor declare his vocal chords are fully paralyzed and are unable to be treaded. but they assure him that wih their advanced technology danish larynx with which a person could transfer there voice into the chip and when the person would speak the words will also come from danish mouth.
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Review Posted on : 10 Feb 2015
Alone
(According to Indrabhan Patel Alone is a 3 star movie)
the movie start on a stormy night i karala. a large tree branch fall and breaks the roof of an out - house releasing a dark entity. a woman inspects the out - house and ends up in a hospital in coma. bipasha basu as sanjana / anjana karansingh grover as kabir dhanraj sagar saikai as prithvi zakir hussain as proffesor neena gupta as sanjana and anjana'smother sulabha arya as caretaker
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Review Posted on : 3 Feb 2015
Hawaizaada
(According to Indrabhan Patel Hawaizaada is a 3 star movie)
a well intentioned but stodgy cinematic fleshing out of an obscure footnote in aviation history takes eons to climb to cruising altitude. when it does get there with excessive load weighing it down it is pretty much on a wing and a prayer. hawaizaada movie is average movie.
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Review Posted on : 2 Feb 2015
Baby
(According to Indrabhan Patel Baby is a 4 star movie)
baby is perfect vehicle for the times we live in: it give us a home spun hero who allows himself to be hurt but is invincible and an enemy who is the easiest to demonise. a film is a simplistic as its title - us vs them and no prizes to guessing who will win.
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Review Posted on : 2 Feb 2015

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