Disney drums up age-old magic by picking up the threads of an unforgettable original which had the unassailable diva Julie Andrews mesmerize way back in 1964
The front-story, as it were, is neatly split between the hero, and the villain, along with a prologue, epilogue, heroine, comedian, extras, and the all-important 'takiya-kalaam'
Zero jerkily jostles between heartland, rustic realism, and a far-out romantic fantasy, vaguely along the lines of Shah Rukh Khan's Om Shanti Om. The only take-away is how tough it must've been to pull this of
The film has some stunning imagery but most of the action feels random and incoherent. The narrative is overlong in its desire to include every embellishment possible
There are times when the plotting seems contrived and questionable but by and large Peter Hedges does a good job plying a pathway that has hurdles at every turn
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is a highly inventive, unique and stimulating experience. Characters have a solid relatable foundation and the tone, gags and dramatic beats make their mark felt
Intended to be a dark and scary modern looking exorcist tale, this disappointing horror flick has very little to recommend it. It's about an exorcism that goes horribly wrong, resulting in further mayhem at a ...
The narrative borrows a large part of its heft from Mad Max, The Terminator and Star Wars but the effect is never as thrilling. There's nothing singularly exhilarating about this exercise even though it's conc...
Be that as it may, is this the sort of romance dream-debuts are made of? Traditionally, yes. Sara Ali Khan's mother, Amrita Singh, for instance, similarly hit the screen with Betaab - rich girl, poor boy, youn...
Creed had far more psychological depth playing as it did with legacy and self-worth issues while allowing Sylvester Stallone's Rocky Balboa to revisit Burgess Meredith's Mickey
The movie aimed at theatres across India, stars super-heroes from both the North (Akshay Kumar) and the South (Rajinikanth). The star is the director Shankar still. At no moment does it disappoint you on that ...
It's an all-out action spectacle and has a few thrilling moments but thereâs no soul to it. The pace is definitely hotter out here but there's not much depth in the telling
The narrative created by Rich Moore and Phil Johnston has a visual mystique and liveliness that is imminently attractive
Tigers, that's directly dropped online, is set in the sub-continent (Pakistan), deals with a lone, Third World man's tireless battle against a mighty multi-national corporation
It's actually Rosamund Pike's impressive ferocity that makes this experience close-to befitting
Both Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali ace their roles. Their crafty precision lends nuance and pathos to the interactions and the humour that springs forth is also quite rousing
Warner Bros and JK Rowling's attempts to capture the Young Adult Market with the Fantastic Beasts adaptation are proving to be nearly as productive a goldmine as their previous collaboration - the Harry Potter...
Nicole Kidman's Nancy hauntingly brings forward the dilemma she faces as a mother and a believer while Russell Crowe's Marshall Eamons' is a superbly measured take that progresses towards a turbulent realizati...
The script has the necessary wit, Freddie's break-out antics are well documented and the excellent tech work makes it all blend in to form a composite whole
Mirzapur could have been an exhausting watch, but the stellar ensemble might entice you to watch it