Right from the beginning, we are made aware of the dark shadow that trails Maradona's many exploits
Some brilliant footage of Maradona's excellence in the Serie A then unfolds, bound to give even the most unlikely football fan goosebumps
For one, The Sky is Pink isn't so much a film about death, as it is about life
With hyper-stylised stunts, superlative cinematography and two sincere actors (Hrithik Roshan, Tiger Shroff) holding fort, War is a deliciously thrilling experience
Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff share fantastic chemistry, but War isn't half as fun as what the trailer promised
Joker is a sort of biopic of the main villain in the Batman series with Joaquin Phoenix striving for a believability that is so stark that it could almost make you squirm in your seats
This film is broadly designed to tap into the largely unexplored Chinese and Asian markets and win a few American friends along the way
Megan Gill's editing chutzpah and Paul Hepker and Mark Kilian's intriguing score try hard to drum up some suspenseful enthusiasm but Hood's narrative sterility fails to evoke much response!
This film doesn't want to make any moral statements. It's all about living life in a capitalism driven world.
Pal Pal Dil Ke Pass is that ancient Bollywood, bread-butter, young-romance, that were sure-fire, star-career launchers, back in the '80s/'90s. The film stars Karan Deol and Sahher Bambba
At 2 hours and roughly 20 minutes in running time, Prassthanam feels long and at times demands much patience on your part
The cold-blooded kill-fest of the last 20 odd minutes of the runtime may not exactly be Rambo like but it is more than likely to get more new fans to Sylvester Stallone's side.
Sadly the makers of The Zoya Factor are unable to decide if they're making a realistic rom-com, dramedy, or just a plain and simple parody of what's already a rather preposterous premise.
Sonam Kapoor Ahuja and Dulquer Salmaan deserved better writing and superior characters
Dream Girl is a non-stop gag-fest. And all that you need to know is if the gags being thrown at you at the speed of light, hits your brains, or bounces off the skull.
From Akshaye Khanna and Richa Chadha as clashing lawyers to the judges Kishore Kadam and Krutika Desai, everyone is in top form.
The cartoonish rendering of callousness by the rich, macabre humour, and gaming vigour, allow for some intense engagement.
Even with an enviable line-up of actors, IT: Chapter Two feels like a severe let-down.
Chhichhore is the sort of film that we can all add to, with our own versions of the same story -- a user-generated series, if you like. This has the makings of one.
Saaho is an attempt to blow your brains out with a series of non-stop, high-octane action scenes, between a bunch of music videos, with a strange mix of Punjabi pop and wannabe-Rahman peppiness.