ceanís Thirteen is the third installment in the Oceanís series of films. It picks up where itís two predecessors Oceanís Twelve and Oceanís Eleven left off.
Daniel Ocean (George Clooney) tries to help his friend Reuben Tishkoff (Elliott Gould), who has unfortunately got involved in a sour deal with a sly businessman called Willy Banks (Al Pacino). Ocean gives Banks a chance to put things straight and return Tishkoffís rightful share of the Las Vegas hotel business deal theyíre involved in after Banks fails to do so, Ocean assembles his team of heist experts to extract revenge.
Keeping in touch with the earlier films, Oceanís Thirteen is all about cheesy dialogues, topped with some very innovative and creative con-ways. Ocean is still the mastermind rip-off who can just about plan any possible heist in an inimitable comic style.
Oceanís seriesí fans might suffer a body blow with the absence of Julia Roberts and Catherine Zeta Jones, but the film still has an awesome star cast and promises to entertain in true con man style.
Kindle Perturbed mindsA gripping tale of a couple torn between the ups and downs of parenthood, after the birth of their child, Kindle speaks about the grief that can arise through just one meagre question. A plethora of doubts can then encompass oneís mind and lead them onto a misguided path.
Kindle is a short film directed by Nitin Shingal and produced by Ashish Balram Nagpal. It is Shingalís brain child and also his maiden foray into the world of cinema as a director.
Partho Ganguly (Sushant Singh), who is a professor of history in a small town University, lives with his loving wife Mishti (Dipannita Sharma). Soon they have a baby girl, Kiki (Krishi Shah). Over a period of time, the babyís presence invokes the deep dark recesses of the mind, so disturbing that it threatens to destroy the family and its peace.
Kindle is one such story that revisits the depths of the human mind and sheds light on a fact that sometimes small things can be the cause of big disasters.