The Walk is the true story of a young dreamer, Philippe Petit, and a band of improbable enlisted people who together accomplish the impossible: an unlawful wire stroll in the massive void between the World Trade Center towers.
The Walk is not only a tale about testing human abilities and overcoming difficulties. It’s about the same franticness that drives individuals to scale treacherous mountain peaks and dive into unknown depths. The film is additionally a warm tribute to New York City and its changed horizon after 9/11. Never missout to watch this in IMAX experience—it’s the closest we may come to strolling on a high wire at 1,350ft.
Madras Day is a day of celebrations organised in the city of Madras (Chennai), the capital city of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is celebrated on 22 August every year, and is named after the city.
Originally, this celebration used to last for a day but now it extends for a week. Madras Day focuses on the city, its history, its past and its present and the core team motivates communities, groups, companies and campuses in the city to host events that celebrate the city.
The celebration consists of events such as heritage walks (including a “tree walk”), public talks, exhibitions, poetry reading sessions, public performances, food festivals and special programs on local radio. It also includes contests such as, T-shirt designing, documentary film contest, multimedia presentation for schools and quiz in both Tamil and English. T-shirts to mark the event are also released. The talks delivered to mark the week long celebrations usually involve lectures explaining the heritage and history of the city. There are also events for the retired citizens where they can post their life years ago on the “Stories about Madras section” on Madras day’s website and their views on how Madras grew into the Chennai of today.
Indian postal department released a postal cover to commemorate Madras day on 22 August 2007.
Data Courtesy: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Madras_Day
Interstellar is a mind blowing ride, a film that will frighten, stun and drop jaws.
Hollywood’s strange love for Space Odyssey and the story that divulges millions of miles off earth is the dream of any director; the Hollywood’s well reputed director Christopher Nolan has shown his transition from Prestige to Inception and now Interstellar is quite remarkable and this time Nolan has put in his complete self to bring out a script that has Nolan’s signature through the end.
A fundamental understanding of the words like Blackhole, Neutrons and some Space terminologies would help the viewers to understand the movie better.
An advice: Before experiencing Interstellar, erase all your pre-meditated thoughts which you heard from others. The less you expect the more you enjoy.
Please do watch it in your nearest cinema screens and lets help to eradicate piracy.
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A minimal styled fan made poster for a movie called Mundasupatti.
“Mundasupatti”, steered by newcomer Ram, is a retro satire drama focused around the director’s short film. The story is situated in the 80s and rotates around a town named “Mundasupatti,” where photography is strictly restricted. Villagers accept that taking photographs reduce their life span and prompts an early earth. The explanation behind their conviction is told as a prelude in the film.