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Thank God It's Thursday - Diwali

Posted on the 27 October 2011 by Limette @Limette9
A few of you have told me they appreciated this feature, which has convinced me to keep it.
Here we go...
Indian Hindi Releases
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Ra.One (Anubhav Sinha) - That the mind behind this latest Shahrukh Diwali biggie would be the maker of DUS, CASH and similar trash-bashes, doesn't make me feel very comfortable. At least I know what to expect: Shahrukh, action, trash and Kareena (who, as I've heard, doesn't play a helpless heroine). It's going to be okay, I think. Nothing grand, no masterpiece, still an entertaining soon-to-be-blockbuster.
Damadamm! (Swapna Waghmare) - What the... I had to shut this off. Don't watch this trailer except you want your ears to bleed. I've always liked Himesh's singing voice, and even some of his soundtracks, but didn't bother to watch his acting debut Awarapan. So now the king of churned-out film music returns to Bollywood - the question is if anyone is going to watch his film. I wouldn't.
Mentionable German releases
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The Future (Miranda July) - Am I being stupid, or why don't I get this trailer? What's this about? Actually, it's so confusing that I want to watch it. There's some ballet in it too.
Der letzte Angestellte (Alexander Adolph) - Looks like a very small production, the trailer is promising. Very simple, but effective. The title means "The Last Employee". 
Releases at the local repertory
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La solitudine dei numeri primi (2010, Saverio Constanzo) - I've heard that the book is fantastic, and the story sounds very interesting, but according to my research the film isn't really worth watching.
Midnight in Paris (2011, Woody Allen) - Yes! Finally! I've been waiting for this so long, and tonight is going to be the night... Even people who normally don't like Woody Allen's latest films liked this one, and I haven't read a single negative review on it yet. Even though I don't remember Paris being as romantic as it looks in the trailer, the city has a magic atmosphere to it, and I'm eager to see the places I've been to in the film. 
Thank God It's Thursday - Diwali

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