ByYashika Thakur, writer at

Tune-in to HBO Defined for Friday night blockbusters that are to be featured in the 10 pm slot. Let the festival extravaganza begin at the same time on every weekend night this month.

Friday nights are the best times of the week as we get a two-day vacation after toiling for five days in continuation. We wait for this day with so much excitement that we plan many things in advance to spend the weekend. An idea of a good holiday may include a trip, movies, books, attending events, indulging into activities or eating out. But watching movies is my favourite part that wins over all leisure pursuits. There is no better way than catching up with Friday night blockbusters at 10 pm slot on HBO Defined before retiring to sleep on a happy note.

I Don’t Know How She Does It

It is an 89-minute domestic comedy film released in 2011 based on a novel of same name. Directed by Douglas McGrath, the flick stars Sarah Jessica Parker in the lead with Pierce Brosnan and Kelsey Grammer. It is about an almost middle-aged but modern woman, Kate Reddy (Parker) who juggles with her job, marriage and motherhood. She has a successful career and a happy family but what is needed is a balance between the two to lead a fulfilling life.

I, Frankenstein

This is a 2014 horror thriller action movie directed by Stuart Beattie. The story revolves around a monster, Adam Frankenstein (Aaron Eckhart) who is created by Dr. Victor Frankenstein (Aden Young)but rejected in disgust. After burying his creator, Adam goes on in a quest to search for his identity and finally dedicates himself to serve humanity. He is trapped between two opposing, immortal clans, demons and vigilant gargoyles who are fighting it out to solve the mystery related to his creation.


As suggested by the name, the film is a 2010 black comedy action movie inspired from a comic book. Matthew Vaughn directs a flick in which he pictures the story of a teenager Dave (Aaron Johnson) who turns into a superhero called Kick-Ass. While he is busy fighting, he meets a former cop, Big Daddy (Nicholas Cage) who trains his daughter, Mindy into a vigilante Hit-Girl (Chloe Moretz) and is in search of a criminal, Frank (Mark Strong) and his son. Watch what happens when fate unites the three.

Fred Claus

This Christmas comedy films of 2007 is surely a delight to catch. David Dobkin directs the popular actors, Paul Giamatti and Vince Vaughn in the legend of Santa that describes his relationship with his elder brother, Fred. Watch the childhood bitterness between the two brothers vapourise with the new-found closeness. See how the destiny throws them together after keeping them apart for a time longer than usual. The rivalry vanishes when the big brother (Vaughn) who had lived his entire youth under the large-than-life shadow of his younger sibling, becomes the only person to whom Nicholas (Giamatti) can turn to.


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