• 'War Machine' Movie Review

    'War Machine' Movie Review

    Films like 'Catch 22' and 'M.A.S.H' represented the absurdities of War quite eloquently and with consistent biting humour. The same though cannot be said about 'War Machine'

  • 'Half Girlfriend' Movie Review

    'Half Girlfriend' Movie Review

    Arjun Kapoor and Shraddha Kapoor's 'Half Girlfriend' can leave a reviewer at a loss for words. It is regressive, silly and incoherent. The overwrought love story sinks due to a whirlpool of cliched ideas that, unfortunately, form the crux of the film

  • 'Hindi Medium' Movie Review

    'Hindi Medium' Movie Review

    As you head towards the end of Irrfan Khan-starrer 'Hindi Medium', the stretches turn into slips. But then you don't mind that very much, given that the medium is the message itself. And the picture very passionately makes a point

  • 'Sarabhai vs Sarabhai Take 2' Review

    'Sarabhai vs Sarabhai Take 2' Review

    'Sarabhai vs Sarabhai Take 2' with its new flavour is satiating. Evidently, the laughs are in place and not infrequent. It is time to put your feet up and watch the drama unfold. In the changing content game, the return of India's favourite

  • 'The Sense Of An Ending' Movie Review

    'The Sense Of An Ending' Movie Review

    What's life, if not memories? And if memories are indeed subjective, even deceptive, isn't life then merely the stories we tell ourselves—about ourselves? That's precisely the point of this film

  • 'Meri Pyaari Bindu' Movie Review

    'Meri Pyaari Bindu' Movie Review

    Romcoms are supposed to be endearing films that bring a lump in your throat. 'Meri Pyaari Bindu' is far from it. It turns out to be a video of Ayushmann Khurrana's love for Parineeti Chopra. More attention is given to Parineeti's look than to the narrative

  • 'Alien: Covenant' Movie Review

    'Alien: Covenant' Movie Review

    'Alien: Covenant' opens with synthetically created Walter (Michael Fassbender), engaging with his creator (Guy Pearce) in a philosophical conversation that opens the doors to an exploration of human survival and it’s future prospects

  • 'Sarkar 3' Movie Review

    'Sarkar 3' Movie Review

    If there's one lesson to learn from 'Sarkar 3', and yes, there is little difference between Sarkar, and Amitabh Bachchan (the character is inconceivable without the actor), it is the immeasurable zest for life, ambition, and politics that the character Subhash Nagre embodies

  • 'King Arthur: Legend of The Sword' Movie Review

    'King Arthur: Legend of The Sword' Movie Review

    A hard-bitten take on the ancient legend of 'King Arthur,' this Guy Ritchie film, 'King Arthur: Legend of The Sword', tries so hard to be distinctive from the earlier versions of the tale that it almost loses the plot along the way

  • 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2' Movie Review

    'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2' Movie Review

    Even though there's plenty of good humour to trade-off with the lame, it all feels so déjà-vu. This one feels very much like a roller-coaster ride that doesn't come off as good the second time around

  • 'Baahubali 2: The Conclusion' - Movie Review

    'Baahubali 2: The Conclusion' - Movie Review

    'Baahubali 2' is, firstly, a stand-alone film. The Conclusion doesn't preclude the audience that hasn't caught The Beginning. It is in fact a much, much better movie, and one rarely says this about sequels

  • 'Smurfs: The Lost Village' - Movie Review

    'Smurfs: The Lost Village' - Movie Review

    'Smurfs: The Lost Village' is a roller-coaster journey full of action and danger (in fun form), and certainly a joy to behold for the young and the old. There's nothing much to think about... so just enjoy!

  • 'The Zookeeper's Wife' - Movie Review

    'The Zookeeper's Wife' - Movie Review

    Reprising the years of the holocaust under Hitler's inhuman Nazi regime, this film set in a Zoo in Warsaw, Poland, is an adaptation of a true story- an international best seller of the same name by Diane Ackerman

  • 'Unforgettable' - Movie Review

    'Unforgettable' - Movie Review

    Obsessive lady Psychos may have become a profitable cinematic canon but they have to be delivered with finesse to be in the audience friendly slot but ‘Unforgettable’ really can’t hope for that

  • 'Noor' - Movie Review

    'Noor' - Movie Review

    What Sonakshi Sinha-starrer 'Noor' gets right is how public interest journalism isn't so much about changing the world as it's about cracking a story. Throughout, you can't help but wonder how much better this movie could've been

  • 'Aftermath' - Movie Review

    'Aftermath' - Movie Review

    'Aftermath' is very unlike any Arnold Schwarzenegger film we've seen before and even Arnie has shed his patented stiffness for a more expressively emotional turn - one, that's sure to be a revelation for everyone at large

  • 'Begum Jaan' - Movie Review

    'Begum Jaan' - Movie Review

    It's pretty ballsy for Vidya Balan to pick up a part like 'Begum Jaan', although on the face of it, she seems far too soft and feminine to pull of this rugged character, who's foul-mouthed, cynical, suppressed, confident, and very much the head of an independent republic herself

  • 'The Fate of the Furious' - Movie review

    'The Fate of the Furious' - Movie review

    Technically the second film in the franchise without the late Paul Walker in the cast and also the beginning of the trilogy meant to close out the franchise altogether, 'The Fate of the Furious' makes up for the loss of it's ace with a slew of A listers in the cast including Kurt Russell, Charlize Theron and Helen Mirren

  • 'Laali Ki Shaadi Mein Laddoo Deewana' - Movie Review

    'Laali Ki Shaadi Mein Laddoo Deewana' - Movie Review

    Before anything else, let's start with saying, people need to come up with better names for their kids. Calling them Laali and Laddoo is just unacceptable. I can imagine how much these kids must have been bullied in school. That probably puts in perspective the warped ways in which their brains work throughout the film

  • 'Mirza Juuliet' - Movie Review

    'Mirza Juuliet' - Movie Review

    A typical plot sprinkled with expletives, raunchy sequences and one quirky song is all that 'Mirza Juuliet' is made up of. The film follows a formulaic pattern, but a few performances attempt to hold it together