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 his best work yet
Diljit Dosanjh’s recently released biopic, Soorma is based on legendary Indian hockey player Sandeep Singh. Sandeep was hit by a stray bullet while travelling in Shatabdi Express and was paralysed. However, he made a comeback to the Indian Hockey team after two years. The film also stars Tapsee Pannu who plays Diljit’s love interest and Angad Bedi as his brother in the film. The biopic is directed by Shaad Ali and produced by actress Chitrangda Singh. Watch the movie’s review to find out whether you should watch this film or can give it a miss. For all the latest Bollywood updates log on to www.mid-day.com
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
Ranbir Kapoor starrer Sanju depicts the enigmatic saga of Sanjay Dutt. The film throws light on the wild journey of Sanjay Dutt with regards to drugs, alcoholand sex that made him the 'bad boy' of Hindi cinema. It depicts the journey of a man through everything that life can throw at him. The film also stars Paresh Rawal, Manisha Koirala, Anushka Sharma, Sonam Kapoor, Dia Mirza, Vicky Kaushal, Jim Sarbh and Boman Irani. How justifying is Ranbir Kapoor as Sanjay Dutt in the film? To know, watch the movie review.
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
What you experience is an intense family psychodrama with the largely concealed emotional torment roiling it all up to a bitter harvest
Blanchett, Bullock, Mindy Kaling as Amita-an Indian origin jeweler, Rihanna, Helena Bonham Carter, Sarah Paulson, Awkwafina, Dakota Fanning- all make a resplendent splash with their charismatic presence
Race 3 Movie Review
After ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ Salman Khan returns on the big screen with Race 3. The film also stars Anil Kapoor, Jacqueline Fernandez, Daisy Shah, Bobby Deol, Saqib Saleem and Freddy Daruwala in important roles. The film is also Bollywood's first action movie to have a 3D release. Director Remo D’Souza has stepped into Abbas-Mastan’s shoes this time it will be exciting to watch whether Race 3 will really be able to match up to the prequels or not.
It's remarkable though how four shorts, on the face of it, about something as perfunctory as lust at first night, packed neatly into two hours, delves so seamlessly into seemingly uncomfortable but potent subjects as romance, commitment, desire, sex
An under-realised Mob-opera, where the don (somewhat inspired by S Thiraviam Nadar) appears to have run out of games to play
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom draws on blistering action and a modicum of suspense to draw the crowd in. The opening sequence is intriguing, lending darkness and depth to what follows thereafter. The Dinosaurs look solid and believable and the actor
Are these really desi versions of the NYC ladies, from Sex And The City? That's what the filmmakers wanted to make