Manithan Review: A Remake That Does Justice to the Original
Manithan, a Tamil remake of the Hindi courtroom drama Jolly LLB, conveys the soul and essence of the...
Review: Tiger's Mean Moves Apart, Baaghi' is a Dud
You can tell when a film is faking it by its aggressive storytelling with a background score to matc...
Review: Nil Battey Sannata Gets Preachy by the End
Apeksha plays a mini version of the role of Madhi we watched Ritika Singh play earlier this year in ...
'Santa Banta Pvt Ltd' - A Dud Company
Santa-Banta, our very own Indian comedy duo, are a brand by themselves
Sarrainodu Review: A Predictable Yawnfest
As soon as visuals of Allu Arjun screaming 'Mass...oora Mass' in the first teaser of Sarrainodu were...
'Laal Rang': A Hard-hitting Story Told Well
"Laal Rang", a bromance based on true events that took place between 2002 and 2007.
'The Huntsman: Winter's War': A frigid Deja vu Narration
'The Huntsman: Winter's War' is a spin on a classic fairy tale, based on characters created by Evan ...
Fan Review: Shah Rukh Khan's Best in Years
A triumphant return to form for an actor whose career has been lately beleaguered by sub-standard sc...
Before I Wake Review: Unhurriedly Slow Scare Tease
"Before I Wake" is an intriguing psychological drama designed as a supernatural horror film that dea...
Demolition Review: Fails to Impress
The realisation works like a wake-up call to the fact that he has been living a meaningless life for...
Where are 'Cocktail Comedians' Now?
Comedian, mimicry artist, actor-filmmaker Chinni earned his place in Hall of Fame for all things hum...
Screenplay Drags On With Contrived Moments
Film: Oyee; Director: Francic Markus; Cast: Geethan, Eesha, Papri Ghosh, Arjunan
Kida Poosari Magudi Review: Characters Lend Freshness to Plot
Fairly neat in the etching of its screenplay and treatment, the film has some good performances fro...
'Love Games': Dangerously Manipulative
Tara Alisha Berry as Alisha Asthana, the traumatised doctor wife of a leading Lawyer, living on pain...
Sardar Gabbar Singh: Striking the 'Power' Chord
A powerful start of the year for the Pawan Kalyan fans. One of the most awaited movies of 2016 has f...
'The Jungle Book': Visually Breathtaking
The much awaited Disney production with its live action-animation, is a brilliantly mounted film tha...
'The Blueberry Hunt' Review: Lost in Transit
Written and directed by Anup Kurian, "The Blueberry Hunt" is a poorly scripted film which was intend...
Darling-2 Review: At Most, A Stepping Stone for Director
The film though taking just about 117 minutes of viewing time, seems like a short film stretched to ...
Hello Nan Pei Pesugiren Review: More of Humour Than Horror
Hello Naan... is a far more interesting take on the genre than many of the films we had got to see i...
Gender Roles Reversed with Regressive Qualifiers
A large part of Ki & Ka in fact resembles something that’s been long overcooking inside Chetan Bhaga...
Unanswered Questions and a Pointless Plot
Naga Venkatesh, who has some Telugu films to his credit, makes his debut on Tamil screen with this f...
Ki & Ka: Why Didn’t Chetan Bhagat Think of Writing This?
A large part of Ki & Ka in fact resembles something that's been long overcooking inside Chetan Bhaga...
You'd Rather Wish You Were as Blind as a Bat
At the risk of crashing expectations of avid comic book fans,Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice — as...
'Rocky Handsome': Convincing Action, Low on Emotions
The plot, presented in a dramatic and convoluted manner, is strewn with plot-holes galore.
Review: 'Big Fat Greek Wedding 2' is a Big Fat Letdown
On the other hand, if you know and love everyone, you'll have fun even if the champagne is flat and ...
Kapoor & Sons Review: Rising Intolerance in the Family
Batra brings the energy and chaos of the kind we see in Gallan Goodiyaan to the writing and directio...
'Norm of the North': Fails to Entertain Beyond a Point
Aimed at entertaining kids, "Norm of the North" is a meandering animation film that leads you onto a...
'Kapoor & Sons' Review: Joy and Woe are Woven Fine
Clearly, the film is on a dysfunctional family, and some realistic elements interwoven in its narrat...
'Eye in the Sky': A Playfully Tense Film
"Eye in the Sky" is an engrossing and provocative thriller that reveals; bureaucratic red-tapism and...
Teraa Surroor Review: Keeps up With the Trends
His songs may latch on to your brain and claw their way through but he remains a forgettable singer....
'Global Baba': A true Indian Phenomenon
A satire on fake godmen and organised religion in the country, "Global Baba" is the story of a crimi...
Pokkiri Raja: A Promising Start Gone Haywire
It’s a conventional title, but the issue Rayappa has tackled is vastly different from the routine on...
'Jai Gangaajal': A filmmaker’s Attempt to Purify the System
Prakash Jha's "Jai Gangaajal", a sequel to his 2003 film "Gangaajal", is a social drama which attemp...

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