While Blackmail is predominantly a black-comedy, it is, given the nature of the story itself, very much also a suspense thriller
The problem with Midnight Sun is that we never really get fond of the characters because nothing really rings true
John Krasinski's A Quiet Place, is an original horror-genre feature set in the dystopian future where sightless carnivorous alien creatures that hunt by sound, take control of major American cities
Beatrix Potter's beloved bunny, Peter Rabbit, makes his big screen Live Action/CGI debut in a manic adventure that is more of a miss than a hit
Tiger Shroff starrer Baaghi 2 is loaded with action but is completely devoid of perspective. Watch it only if you are a die-hard action-film fan
The perfectly calibrated performances, especially from Brooklynn Prince and Willem Dafoe, adds further weight to an altogether winning experience
Steven Spielberg's take of Ernest Cline's pop-culture sci-fi novel Ready Player One is a bagful of geeky tricks with a treasure trove of pop-culture references in a derivative plot
Hichki Movie Review
This Pacific Rim sequel doesn't quite get the sense of fun and enthusiasm for child-centred excitement right. Craft-wise, it's bigger and gets onto a new high just working up clanging monotony with it's monste...
Ten years ago when writer/director Bryan Bertino delivered The Strangers(Liv Tyler, Scott Speedman), the horror fanatics never really stirred up any enthusiasm for it
Raid does an honest job of showing all that's wrong with modern India. Do catch this at a theatre near you
Swedish Director Ruben Ostlund's Cannes top prize winner 'The Square' follows a Stockholm Museum's Chief art curator, Christian (Claes Bang), and some increasingly strange experiences which shape his views
Jose Padilha's superfluous reboot of the daring 1976 raid by Israeli counterterrorist forces to rescue 102 hostages from a hijacked Air France flight out of Tel Aviv
Gringo is nastily violent and has a tone that is acerbic rather than spiced-up. And the sharp cast makes a meal of their meanness
High on emotion, Kehne Ko Humsafar Hai has a relatable story, where life is not only about kitchen politics, or hacking an over-imaginative plan to kill someone or weeping all the time (strike that)
Let's start off with the good news. There isn't any. But, the bad news is that, in a couple of years, there will be yet another Hate Story
Alicia Vikander takes over from Angelina Jolie as Lara Croft, the fiercely independent daughter of an eccentric adventurer who vanished years earlier - hoping to solve the mystery of her father's disappearance
A heavy-duty actioner that merges a natural calamity with a daring heist, this film tries all the tricks to garner a major adrenaline rush but the set-up and mechanics out here are so unbelievable that it's di...
Three Storeys, as the title sort of suggests, is effectively a set of three short stories, with no (or little) relation to each other, besides that they're all set in a three-storeyed chawl in Mumbai
Pari is supposed to be a scarefest. So, does it elicit fear? Having watched a late night show, do images linger in the mind?