10 best movie to watch March 2018, it seems, is the month of the month for movies.
The month of April, which is typically the busiest month of movie-going in India, is proving to be one of the worst for moviegoing, with the worst showing at this time last year.
The worst showing was at the RIFF festival in Kolkata.
On April 9, it was a huge hit with more than 1,100 people showing up for a screening of the film.
The festival is a major showcase for Hindi cinema and attracts audiences from all over the world, especially from countries like India.
The RIFF movie has the tagline “No one will know you’re watching”, and is also the last screening of a new film by an Indian director.
But there was no shortage of movies showing up at RIFF that were well-received by audiences.
The films that did well were:The best of the lot was the film titled The Martian.
This movie has already earned the nickname “the Martian sequel”, and the film’s producers say it has the ability to go on to a “cinematic, emotional journey”.
But this film was also the worst show at the festival, according to film-guide website, Moviestore.
The film, which stars a character called James Holden, is a fictionalised version of astronaut Neil Armstrong who made the historic first spaceflight in 1972.
Its plot involves a battle between two rival factions in space, with Holden fighting against a mysterious space-explorer known as Prometheus.
The movie was also a big hit at the Cannes Film Festival in June.
In spite of the fact that it is an entirely fictionalised film, the audience was huge.
And that was not even a little bit surprising, considering that the movie was a hit in its first week.
The other big show was the movie titled The Life of Pi.
The movie stars Benedict Cumberbatch, who plays the lead character, a Scottish mathematician who is a master of the mathematical concept of “tracts”.
In a scene that seems to show the movie’s creator being influenced by the late mathematician Richard Feynman, Cumberbatch’s character is playing with a large, complicated set of equations.
The fact that the plot is entirely fictional is probably the best indication of how popular the film is.
However, the fact is that the film was a big success at the box office, and its producers say they are currently looking at a sequel.
The film was released in March 2018 and earned more than Rs. 8,000 crore at the domestic box office.
However in terms of worldwide box office numbers, the film has grossed just over Rs. 6,000 crores, which makes it a little lower than the movie grossed at the Paris film festival.