This film has an enticing star cast, and songs that have gladdened the hearts of several generations - more than enough reason to lure you into the theatres again
Fanney Khan Movie Review: The problem lies with the execution -- as a viewer, there are so many questions that come to your mind that 20 minutes into the film, you stop caring about the proceedings
Karwaan Movie Review: For every sequence Irrfan isn't on screen, you notice, the film suffers. You can say that for films in general - for all the time, for health reasons, he's been compelled to stay away. Th...
Mulk Movie Review: For a second if you don't imagine this to be a film at all, but a compelling conversation; its motive, and indeed its structure, will begin to make more sense to you
Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster 3 Movie Review: Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster follow a template. The films are based in the hinterlands and infused with local flavours and nuances.
Chumbak Movie Review: This is, at its core, a humanist drama, delving into some basic moral dilemmas- something that art is capable of, although only sometimes in a dark hall with a flickering screen before us
Tom Cruise reunites with director Christopher McQuarrie for the second time in Mission Impossible series and it's quite a regurgitating, action-heavy, roller-coaster joyride.
Dhadak Movie Review: This is a full-on film on its own, set in Udaipur and Kolkata, seeped in the milieu of Rajasthan, with the story altogether told within a scale and tone that most befits Bollywood.
The plotline is very thin and the jokes bypass the laughter meter by a long shot.
Former FBI Hostage Rescue Team leader and U.S. war veteran Will Ford(Dwayne Johnson) after a disastrous appendage wrecking experience, has moved on to assessing security for skyscrapers.
The noir-tinged action within the confines of the building are stylistically staged and there are enough intensity, angst, and drollness from the lead players to lend it some viability.
Soorma Movie Review: With Soorma, Shaad Ali confidently gets to the centre, keeps his impulses under check, and plays it totally narrow, and fully straight. And, yes, he hits home, alright. This is possibly hi...
Reed's Marvel superhero movie has all the heavy duty parade of effects expected of it, yet keeps the experience nimble, almost reckless and vertiginous.
The animation is smooth, the characters are quite vivid and most of the dialogue are lightly comedic. The familiar voice cast helps keep the attachment going.
It's basically two hours of grueling violence that doesn't convey much other than current international predilections that we are all well-versed about.
The guys are said to have been keeping up this game of tag across multiple decades (30 yrs. or more), stemming from childhood to adulthood.
Aarti Bajaj's editing deserves a special mention. At the end of the first season, this show leaves you craving for more.
Escape Plan 2: Hades seems like a pity outing for Sylvester Stallone whose legendary abilities have diminished considerably with age.
Sanju Movie Review: Few glaring hiccups in an otherwise watchable and frankly, very enjoyable film. Just don't hope for a warts-and-all biopic.
Go ahead "get detoxed by yet another tech-marvel" and it's in 3D too.