Saturday, July 02, 2016

Legend of Tarzan



Rating : 9/10
Running Time : 110 minutes
Director : David Yates
Writers : Adam Cozad, Craig Brewer, based on the character / story by Edgar Rice Burroughs
Music : Rupert Gregson-Williams
Starring : Alexander Skarsgaard, Margot Robbie, Christoph Waltz, Samuel L Jackson, Djimon Hounsou


Trailer


Review

21 comments:

Anonymous said...

Daddy's Darling Daughter 😃

Anonymous said...

Spectacles suit her a lot... lotsa luv 😍😘

Anonymous said...

Welcome back Sunshine.🤗🤗🤗

Anonymous said...

What a novice way of reviews. Thoroughly enjoyed it...

Anonymous said...

The Cuckoo bird and the gentle breeze flowing across her shiny hair agree with what you guys are saying...

Anonymous said...

Lush green gardens... monsoon in full swing...

Anonymous said...

Where were you all this while? There was longish lull at this site...

Bala Girisaballa said...

The video format is a keeper! and she is ready to follow father's footsteps.. (or digital digits?)

Anonymous said...

God knows how many times I've seen this ...

Anonymous said...

The timelessness of dreams...let me sleep... For in dreams, I enter a world that is entirely my own. Let me swim in the deepest ocean or glide over the highest cloud...

Anonymous said...

Golden slumbers fill your eyes, smiles awake you when you rise - The Beatles, "Golden Slumbers".

Neerja Bajaj said...

Like father like daughter! Excellent reviewing format!! Looking forward to some more.

Neerja Bajaj said...

Like father like daughter! Excellent reviewing format. Looking forward to watching this film.

Apurv Nagpal said...

Many thanks for all the love and appreciation from Anvika and me... Great encouragement to keep going !

Anonymous said...

🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗

Anonymous said...

Those names...of the makers of the movie are tongue twisters and you pronounce them with such ease...

Anonymous said...

You've been to Africa too ?

Anonymous said...

Each time I watch this... it evokes a WOW !

Anonymous said...

Dreams are symbolic manifestations of repressed desires...

Anonymous said...

Everything is rigged in our favor..

Anonymous said...

Heavenly day... Images of a sprightly Maria von Trapped, played by Julie Andrews, running through plush Alpine meadows in the opening credits of the The Sound of Music... Fairytale town Salzburg...wish I could go...