Brindavanam review: A warm, fuzzy film that works for the most part
26 May 2017
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Sachin-A Billion Dreams review: An affecting documentary, thanks to its subject and not quality
The film reeks of low production values and Ganesh Venkatram's attempts to flex his well-toned muscles comes across as staged.
20 May 2017
There seems to be good reason for bringing back the matinee idol Dr Rajkumar to the silver screen yet again.
19 May 2017
The Circle attempts a sort of Big Brother-esque retelling set to the peppy social media generation we live in, but fails to make a lasting impression.
It's inevitable that everyone who watches Everything, Everything, will draw a parallel to The Fault in our Stars.
I understand the characters are supposed to be 19 at this point but Suri makes it really difficult for us to buy into it.
But till its final portions redeem it, Sangili… plays like another uninspired horror comedy that has nothing new to say.
There are films that entertain even though not much of consequence happens.
12 May 2017
Director Ezhil’s Velainu Vandhutta Vellaikaaran was one of the most enjoyable films last year, and Udhayanidhi Stalin’s Manithan could well rank as his best acting project in a relatively young film c
We rarely get to see a movie about love which inspires and liberates.
There are more than enough things to be disliked in King Arthur, but none more so than the writing.
The film uses political intrigue inside the corridors of power and despite every attempt to become respectable, the past cannot be erased.
Anzar Khan’s debut movie Lakshyam hinges on a very unexpected suspense element.
08 May 2017
This superhero movie stars Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Vin Diesel, Bradley Cooper.
05 May 2017
Terrible writing and horrific horror scenes that underwhelm a neat performance by Dhanshika.
So much glory, grandeur, and above all such spectral wisdom.
28 Apr 2017
Humour isn’t just bad, but offensive.
21 Apr 2017
The problem with large animated franchises that span across media is that they refuse to call it a day
Raaga could just have been an average emotional classic had the director, PC Shekar, not let himself sway away in the dark world of love that he was weaving.
It’s only natural that Saba Imtiaz’s Karachi, You’re Killing Me would find home in popular cinema. It has everything.
If you love goofy dubbed Chinese movies, watch this Jackie Chan gem!
The problem with Hollywood’s treatment of such films is that they never try and mix things up.
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