'Krishna Tulasi' movie review: Experience unseen love
21 Apr 2018
'Beyond The Clouds' movie review: A poignant tragedy
'Mercury' movie review: A worthy experiment with some memorable stretches
Bharat Ane Nenu review: Mahesh Babu returns to form
'Nanu Ki Jaanu' compensates for its pale notions of redemption with lots of voluptuous Punjabi-styled humour, that includes a female ghostbuster in a hip-hugging saree and with a designer handbag.
20 Apr 2018
The real problem with "I Feel Pretty," is not in its message or conception, but in its ragtag execution.
19 Apr 2018
It's about a station of prank-loving, drug-taking of Vermont highway patrolmen who couldn't take their jobs less seriously.
Coming from the makers who gave us horror films like "Get Out", "Insidious", "The Purge", "Split", "Paranormal Activity" "Sinister" and "The Gift", this one is a childish diversion.
It's based on a 2010 New York Times article about the closing of the last processor of Kodachrome, Dwayne's Photo in Kansas, that inspired photographers to develop their last rolls.
18 Apr 2018
Nani plays a dual role, with the two characters – Krishna and Arjun – being in stark contrast in the film set in two different worlds.
13 Apr 2018
To be perfectly clear, no real explanation is ever given as to why all the characters in the film are mute -- and only communicate in sign language. Something to do with mercury poisoning?
After the memorable Vicky Donor and the thoroughly endearing Piku, Shoojit Sircar impresses us again in his latest feature.
With its length, the film wobbles treading the long hours, making it watchable only for those who have a liking for Prem.
Okay, the film’s titled Rampage, and it stars Dwayne Johnson. You can immediately surmise that the film is about one of two things: Dwayne Johnson going on a rampage against evil, or someone/something
Ironically, the film -- out now on Netflix -- plays a ‘Trump' card by showing exactly what the American President claims: that the Islamic radicalisation of US is now a reality.
10 Apr 2018
Don’t look for a regular, linear plotline in Umesh Amshi’s film Varthamana, as the debutant director claims that it is simply taken from his experiences of living in Bengaluru.
06 Apr 2018
One of those films where the audience knows that there is a happy ending and one of the supporting characters will end up as a scapegoat, even if the confused leads themselves seem clueless.
While Mammootty manages to perform his part convincingly (this is Mammootty after all), everyone around him delivers page after page of painfully banal dialogue that belongs in a 1990s film.
In the town of Gulfport in Alabama, a category 5 storm (the highest) is about to strike, and a meteorologist, just happens to be driving through his hometown at the same time.
Coitus Interruptus accurately describes 'Blackmail' - it is in love with itself a little too much and thinks itself to be clever.
Peter Rabbit opens with a quartet of birds breaking into a sickeningly sweet, self-righteous song while narrating a time-worn forest tale, so typical of films made exclusively for kids.
John Krasinski pops us right in the middle of what appears to be a post-apocalyptic world with a cold opening, only providing us with a title card that reads ‘Day 89'.
If you're bringing your usual tub of multiplex popcorn into 'A Quiet Place,' just be aware that you'll be hearing every single crunch.
Touted to be a thriller, the element of thrill is sadly missing in debutant writer-director Mukul Abhyankar's ‘Missing' starring Tabu and Manoj Bajpayee.
Three high-school friends are determined to lose their virginity on prom night before going off to college.
05 Apr 2018
20 injured as KSRTC bus overturns in Kerala
Kerala: Fire at KSRTC Central Workshop
Decison to allow non-Hindus into feast hall at Guruvayur Temple on hold
Sick elephants forced to give joyrides to tourists at Amber fort
Rose Valley chit fund scam case: CBI to quiz two ex-Left Ministers
US plans to end work permits for H-1B visa spouses
Tight security in Jodhpur ahead of verdict in Asaram Bapu rape case
Caste polarisation may have forced Siddramaiah to contest from two seats: watchers of the Assembly polls
AIADMK clarifies on article over ties with BJP
Arguments of political convenience to provide alibi for terror groups no longer tolerable: Nirmala Sitharaman
Bangladesh PM Khaleda Zia's son Tarique Rahman has sought political asylum in UK
Sensex gains for 2nd day, Nifty tops 10,600-level
Tata Sky, Netflix partner for content delivery
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 schedule out; India to take on Pakistan on June 16
Cannot produce another Lee Chong Wei in next 10 years: Hashim