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At Cinemas: Finally Ghandi gets the body he's been dreaming of
Copenhagen Post

At Cinemas: Finally Ghandi gets the body he's been dreaming of

Tarsem Singh is one of cinema's most exciting yet frustrating visual artists. With his first film, The Cell (2000), he created a unique, fever-dream spectacle. His second film, The Fall , was a triumph, succeeding where The Cell had failed (namely ... Copenhagen Post, 1 week ago
Abu Dhabi National

Film review: Self/less is a deeply silly movie that takes itself very, very seriously

Self/less Director: Tarsem Singh Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Natalie Martinez, Matthew Goode One star Self/less , if you couldn't tell from the preposterous title, is a deeply silly movie that takes itself very, very seriously. The premise is ...
 Abu Dhabi National1 week ago Self/Less: Film Review  Chornicle.lu1 month ago Selfless  The Press NZ1 month ago Review: Self/less  Sunday Star-Times1 month ago

'Self/Less' to release in India on July 10

Hollywood science-fiction thriller Self/Less, directed by Indian American filmmaker Tarsem Singh, will release in India on July 10. The film, to be released by Reliance Entertainment, is about an extremely wealthy man who is dying from cancer and ...
 NetIndia123.com2 months ago 'Self/Less' to release in India …  Yahoo! India2 months ago

Tarsem Singh's 'Self/less' is a point/less film

Andrew Choi Intern By: Andrew Choi | Intern "Self/less" explores a world in which a person's memories and thoughts can be extracted and placed into a healthier body - a process that, in essence, grants the user immortality. Instead of ...
 Individual.com1 month ago

Tarsem Singh breaks from fantasy with sci-fi 'Self/Less'

TORONTO Film director Tarsem Singh's new sci-fi feature Self/Less is packed with twists. If youre curious about where a lot of them lead, all you have to do is watch the movie's trailer, Singh grumbles. They obviously think it's better to ...
 Metro Canada1 month ago Tarsem Singh talks fantasy fare, trailer spoilers and his cemetery wedding  Newstalk 1290 CJBK1 month ago

Blu-ray Review: 'The Cell'

The Film: Back in 2000, director Tarsem Singh made his incredibly startling feature film debut with the bizarre science-fiction thriller The Cell . It was a very divisive film, with some dismissing it for a few inconsequential narrative ...
 Examiner.com1 month ago Reliance Entertainment to release the film Self/Less in India on 10th July  India Infoline2 months ago Reliance Entertainment to release Self/Less on July 10  Press Trust of India2 months ago

Director Tarsem Singh talks Self/less

A dying real estate mogul transfers his consciousness into a healthy young body Who wants to live forever? A bunch of ambitious movie characters. Juan Ponce de Leon may have been looking for the Fountain of Youth back in the 16th century, but pop ... month ago A return to movie immortality  The Press NZ1 month ago Neuroscientist Discusses the Idea of Consciousness Transfer From the New Movie Self/less  Huffington Post1 month ago 'Self/less' returns to movie immortality  USA Today1 month ago

Sci-fi Sundays: Body-Swapping with Seconds, Self/less, and Advantageous

Last week , I got very angry at the nearly-universally-panned Tarsem Singh film Self/less for squandering a good science fiction premise in a morass of bland fight scenes. It's a premise that should have raised countless, thought-provoking questions ...
 The Verge1 month ago

Why 'Self/less' Needs A Better Past To Build A Better Future

It's a shame Ben Kingsley doesn't have more of a mustache in Tarsem Singh's new science fiction thriller Self/less . If he had one long enough to twirl menacingly, if he was playing that kind of outsize stereotype, at least he'd be able to clarify ...
 WYPR1 month ago
PC Magazine

MOVIES: Self/less Tackles Billionaires Pursuing Immortality

These days, dystopia is not such a futuristic concept. The fractured future that director Tarsem Singh creates in Self/less gives the wealthy and powerful—but very sick—Damian Hale (Ben Kingsley) a second chance at life in the form of a new body ...
 PC Magazine1 month ago
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