New Comedy Movie
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New Comedy Movie
1) Total Dhamaal
फिल्म में अजय देवगन, अनिल कपूर, माधुरी दीक्षित, अरशद वारसी, जावेद जाफरी की कॉमेडी फन काफी खुश नजर आ रहे हैं। कॉमेडी से भरपूर इस फिल्म को देखने के बाद आपका दिन बन जाएगा।
2) 24 Kisses
24 Kisses is a 2018 Indian Telugu language romantic comedy film about modern-age relationships and the transformation of the lead characters. It was directed by Ayodhyakumar Krishnamsetty and starred Adith Arun, Hebah Patel, Rao Ramesh, Naresh and Ravi Varma. Ayodhyakumar Krishnamsetty wrote the film along with Harishankar Tamminana. It was co-produced by Ayodhyakumar Krishnamsetty and Giridhar Mamidipally.
The film cinematography is by Uday Gurrala and the editing is by Anil Aalayam. It was released under the banner, Silly Monks Entertainments on 23 November 2018. It seems an autobiographical reference to the incidents in the director’s life.
3) Project Ithaca
They’re among us. In fact, aliens have been abducting humans for decades, without us noticing much of anything, except for one brave group of government agents who know that the truth is out there. But defeating the aliens is complicated and requires some pretty out-of-the-box thinking.
I’m not talking about a core storyline from ‘The X-Files,’ however, but the new indie sci-fi horror film ‘Project Ithaca.’ Told mostly as a locked room mystery, six strangers wake up in a weird, alien space, held tightly to their chairs by what appear to be tentacles. The more upset they get about their predicament, the more pulses of light shoot out of their seats and race up to the central core of the room.
The special effects are exciting and suitably creepy, with sufficient moments of blood-spattering gore to maintain the anxiety level for both the humans in peril and the viewer. The aliens also aren’t much for well-illuminated spaces (are any?) so much of the film takes place in a gloomy H.R. Giger-esque, Alien-inspired space. You’ll want to turn the lights down to enjoy this one or see it in the theatre for maximum impact.