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Running Shaadi. (Photo courtesy: Twitter @running_shaadi)
Running Shaadi Review

The film has a first half that resembles a highlights package. It works in patches.

18 Feb 2017

Testing the Boundaries of Friend Zone

The colour of love in its youthful best is most often grey. Layered with rainbow-like beauty and often ambitious with blind faith and hollow understanding, this period of misinterpretation of the very

18 Feb 2017

Tracing an abandoned dark life  

“Looks can be deceptive,” stated the character of a lawyer, played by Salim Kumar, rather philosophically, in a film which made him popular 15 years ago.

18 Feb 2017

Kadhal Kankattudhe: A feel-good film for your weekend

A coming of age love-story, it chronicles the life of two lovers, who go through various misunderstandings till they discover the meaning of true love.

18 Feb 2017

Ennodu… slacks momentum when required

Set against the backdrop of horseracing, the plot centers on a quartet who get entangled in betting on horse races.

18 Feb 2017

Rum, an intoxicating watch?

You can watch the horror-comedy flick, if you are a die-hard fan of Vivekh’s timely antics

18 Feb 2017

Chaitanya Nelli and Nidhi Kushalappa in Preethi Prema
Preethi Prema review: Testing the boundaries of friend zone

Preethi Prema is for those who love to stay confused in understanding the broad line between love and friendship.

17 Feb 2017

A still from Barry Jenkin's Moonlight
Moonlight Review: A contemplative tale with subtle, powerful messages

Moonlight is a heavy decoction of gender stereotypes, identity crisis, nature and nurture, and yet, it miraculously feels as light as a feather, as fragile as a dream.

17 Feb 2017

A still from Hidden Figures
Hidden Figures Review: Heartwarming, necessary cinema

Hidden Figures promote the contributions of unsung heroes, as much as as they serve as timely reminders for us to consider the consequences of our actions, and more importantly, their cause.

17 Feb 2017

Screengrab from the Irada film trailer.(Via Youtube)
Irada Review: A haphazardly put together incoherent film

Singh's film concerns itself about the issue so much that there's only information thrown at you from different quarters .

17 Feb 2017

A Screengrab from the movie official Tra
The Lego Batman Movie Review: This block-headed spoof is purely for adult Batman fans

The Lego Batman Movie is the full-blown, no holds barred spoof that the guys at DC Comics wanted to make, but could never.

17 Feb 2017

A promo from the movie 'The Ghazi Attack'
Ghazi movie review: A gripping underwater battle

Ghazi grips you from the first frame to the last and stays true to the genre, which is a rarity in Indian cinema.

17 Feb 2017

Malayalam actor Prithviraj (File | EPS)
Ezra review: Almost ‘dybbuk’ed, but not debunked

Prithviraj and team have done a good job at the acting front, however this isn’t a film that showcases much versatility.

11 Feb 2017

Prakaamiyam review: Complicated and confused psych session

A psychological thriller, the plot revolves around a youngster who displays abnormal behaviour as he shuttles between a dream world and the real one.

11 Feb 2017

Rings review: A horror film that is scarily bad

The core idea is the same: the now-all-too-familiar idea of a creepy video that when watched results in the spirit of Samara Morgan killing the viewer in seven days.

11 Feb 2017

A still from Smile Please
A Smile Without Much Sheen

The story revolves around the happy-go-lucky guy, Manu (Gurunandan) who intends to bring a change in the lives of the family of his maternal uncle, who holds an authoritarian role.

10 Feb 2017

Still from the trailer of Om Namo Venkatesaya(Screengrab via youtube)
'Om Namo Venkatesaya' Review

To Raghavendra Rao’s credit, he knows exactly what his audience it and delivers what is required to be successful.

10 Feb 2017

Si3 (Screen Grab via Youtube)
Si 3 review: Suriya at his energetic best 

Racy, the tempo rarely slowing down, it at times seems like a mad rush by the cop to solve an issue.

09 Feb 2017

'The Great Wall' movie review:  For the eyes, not for the heart

The Great Wall has visuals so magnificent, war sequences so painstakingly choreographed.

03 Feb 2017

Screen grab from Kung Fu Yoga trailer. | Youtube
Kung Fu Yoga Review: This film sings paeans of everything ancient and Indian

Nobody actually performs yoga but characters accomplish something crazy using their bodies and give credit to yoga.

03 Feb 2017

A screen grab from Resident Evil. | Youtube
Resident Evil Review: A terrible zombie-fest that ties up a wearied franchise

Resident Evil: The Final Chapter is to do unto it what management students do unto everything.

03 Feb 2017