Review: IIFA 2016 leaves Madrid with Bollywood high
From Salman Khan, Priyanka Chopra, Deepika Padukone to Hrithik Roshan -- the IIFA 2016 gala, which c...
'Raman Raghav 2.0' review: Kashyap's inversion of the Ramayana
Raman Raghav is inspired by the eponymous serial killer from the 60s.
Independence Day: Resurgence Review: After 20 Years, Is This All They Could Come Up With?
Since Star Movies hasn't been as obliging with their reruns these days, peraps it's time to dust tha...
'Amma Kannaku' review: A soulless remake
A heartwarming and inspirational tale about a mother-daughter relationship.
'Raman Raghav 2.0' review: Cleverly crafted, compelling
"Raman Raghav 2.0" is Anurag Kashyap's take on the psychotic serial killer Raman Raghav.
Review: 'Swiss Army Man' imaginative but tonally imbalanced
Flatulence is a key element of "Swiss Army Man ," but the film isn't exactly a comedy.
Review: 'Udta Punjab' pivots around two of the finest performers, Alia Bhatt and Kareena Kapoor
It may seem like a happy ending but Udta Punjab ends up painting a grim picture of introspection.
'Awake - The Life of Yogananda' Review: Strictly for the Yogi's followers
This biopic, directed by Paola Di Florio and Lisa Leeman, celebrates the life of Paramahansa Yoganan...
Review: Now You See Me 2 - Poof! Where has the Magic Disappeared to?
Now You See Me 2 is  lot like paying to see Harry Houdini and watching a guy pull coloured scarves o...
'Finding Dory': Visually delightful, fairly entertaining
Filled with gorgeous colours and unexpected textures, "Finding Dory" is a sequel to the 2003 release...
'Udta Punjab' Review: Soars high with performances
Designed as a crime thriller, the film delves into the growing drug menace in the state of Punjab.
'Udta Punjab' Review: Is it the best film of the year?
The most controversial movie of recent times, drug-themed 'Udta Punjab' finally hit the theatres tod...
Review: Central Intelligence: This Film is Stuck Between The Rock and a Really Hard Place
Let's face it. This is India. The Rock is The Rock after all.
Te3n review: A whodunit with an idiot plot
Te3n wants to be a whodunit for the most part but it also has other significantly different strands.
'Warcraft' is strictly for fans of the video game
"Warcraft" is a fantasy, medieval-ish, sci-fi action drama.
Review: Surya shines as film takes a dive in Iraivi
The film tracks the journey of three men as they face vicissitudes in their life, both personal and ...
Velainu Vandhuta Vellaikaran review: Be ready for a long and noisy watch
The movie centers round carefree and easy going Murugan, who botches up the tasks he takes.
Housefull 3 movie review: Pitiful laughs
It must rank as an achievement to make a 134 minutes long film where not a single joke lands.
'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles...': Narrative lost in tech-heavy display
"Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' is the sixth film of the series and is a derivative of similarly-them...
A..Aa Review: Please welcome Samantha the actress
Everybody can tell a story, but only few have the ability to grip the viewers and suck them into a p...
Waiting review: Great to watch a Bollywood film in South Indian setting
Waiting is not just a talky we go in expecting, it is also crafted with thought where the atmosphere...
Phobia Review: Fear and Harassment in Suburbia
Every time your head goes, 'oh that is it', Kripalani comes up with something more to knock you down...
Review: The Angry Birds Movie — It Flies High on LOL Moments
Here's why you should watch The Angry Birds Movie. It's awesome — plain and simple. 
'Waiting' Review: Naseer, Kalki add heft to this homage to humanism
The beauty of watching 'Waiting' is that no one needs to fake it. Not the actors and not us the audi...
'Veerappan' Review: Brilliant camerawork engages you
Director Ram Gopal Varma's "Veerappan" is a true story on the life of the dreaded sandalwood smuggle...
'Phobia' Review: Real and Palpable
'Phobia' is a psychological thriller about Mehak Deo an artist, who starts suffering from Agoraphobi...
'The Angry Birds Movie' leaves you more annoyed than angry
If you are an addict of the franchise game, "The Angry Birds Movie" could be your cuppa this weekend...
'X-Men: Apocalypse' satisfies in superhero summer
It's a bit of bad timing for "X-Men: Apocalypse" coming third in this summer's superhero lineup.
Feisty women rule the roost in flick set in rural Milieu
Appreciable is the manner in which the director links the characters and some of the earlier episode...
Kadha Solla Porom: An ideal summer vacation for all, complete with a seamless narration
Laudable is the confidence with which he moves his narration with just the right nuances.
Review: U-TURN is a taut mystery thriller
U-Turn, which hit theatres this week, is entirely different form his last film, and a through and th...
'Brahmotsavam' review: A mashup video of sundry happy moments
With a wafer-thin plot and a shockingly poor screenplay, Brahmotsavam feels like a mash-up of random...
Sarbjit review: For crying out loud
The whole thing is played at such a high pitch that the ache forms in your head instead of your hear...
Review: Not even Jean Grey can save X-Men: Apocalypse
Only saving grace is the nice tie-ins to the other X-Men movies - like how Charles Xavier lost his h...
Review: An app comes to life in 'The Angry Birds Movie'
In the most cynical view of what gets made in Hollywood, an addictive app might just be at the botto...
It's a thrilling ride in this gripping sequel
Ko 2 is the recent example. Riding on the massive success of Ko (2011) the KV Anand-directed politic...

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