Rajiv Whabi's feature film has an intriguing narrative that engages the viewer throughout.
Extraction is shot in Bombay set in a lane that could easily pass off for back-alley of what used to be Elbo (and is now Glass) Room in Bandra.
Coronavirus The Silent Killer is a documentary, it lies wholly within the purview of news, since the story is still developing, as we speak.
Bloodshot, a sci-fi action thriller, fails to rouse the senses -- all it does instead is reference other super-hero characters and present a questionable, totally implausible, unscientific prototype that seems as faulty as it is ridiculous.
Les Miserables starts off on a matter-of-fact tone while detailing a routine patrolling of the impoverished suburb of Montfermeil by the anti-crime squad consisting of Chris, Gwada and recent transplant Stephane.
While Onward may not be exceptional in its craft or amiability, its familiar overtures accumulate into a feel-good family outing.
More than the screenplay, it's the direction, treatment, superb camerawork and credibly underlined performance from the leading lady that helps work up some shivers here!
James Marsden appears to be the only one interested in making this movie half-way interesting but even that isn't enough of a push for a 'look-see' here!
The original was not visible in the Box-office listings in India but the sequel appears to have found a life of its own thanks to PVR
Performances, charm load and VFX are on the lower side. And there's no excitement that comes with game-turned-movie shows either. Step into this fantasy at your risk!
While McGregor bites into his role with relish it is Margot Robbie as Harley who appears to be having the most fun. She is undoubtedly the best and most entertaining part of Birds of Prey.
Emma Watson starrer Little Women runs on two timelines, past and present mixing nostalgia and currency in an intriguing parade propelled by memories.
The accent is on honey-smooth seguing right up to the crafty reveal in the final shot. This is truly Almodavar's expression of love to the profession that has given him the best, all through.
While The Gentlemen has a juicy finger-lick worthy cast, there's not enough of the usual frenetic, shock-worthy action that has become Guy Ritchie's signature of late.
So there's no thrill to keep you invested. Even Will Smith and Martin Lawrence fail to generate enough sparks between themselves for this nonsensical action comedy to take-off.
The beauty of Jojo Rabbit's script lies in the manner in which the hyper-nationalist turns into a human being one that understands the true reality and mans' up to the scary lonesome world ahead.
Bong Joon-ho's Parasite is a breath-taking piece of jugglery that may be tonally inconsistent but the effect it leaves behind is one of shock and awe.
A Shaun the Sheep Farmageddon is littered with mild (almost benign) mostly non-verbal slapstick comedy set-ups with an out-of-this-world (sort-of) sci-fi twist
Dolittle begins with an animated prologue that informs us about Dolittle secluding himself behind the walls of Dolittle Manor following the death of his wife Lily (Kasia Smutniak) seven years ago
What Marielle Heller attempts to do in A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood is convey a sense of the magnitude of influence that Mr. Rogers and his show had on the young minds of that period.