'M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story' review- An engaging but forgettable T20 instead of a memorable drama filled Test match
It reveals the trials and tribulations of the unassuming Indian Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni who ros...
Thodari review: A meandering trip to hilarity
With a unwieldy screenplay and convoluted treatment, Thodari follows a tedious train journey — from...
Storks review: This 'badass' animated comedy can totally work for both parents and kids
If Storks had been made as a live action film, with people instead of (duh) storks, Kevin Hart and W...
Review: Leena Yadav's 'Parched' draws comparisons with 'Mirch Masala'
Parched mirrors harsh home truths and dares to delve into areas of rural oppression and gender bruta...
Review: Not quite the 'Nayaki' one would expect
The Telugu version of the biliungual, Nayaki, was released a couple of months ago. Without any fresh...
'Nirmala Convent' review: This ludicrous love story tests your patience
It's always exciting to observe teenage love stories.
Baar Baar Dekho review: A simple story that ties itself into knots in its telling
The hurt, humiliation, bewilderment and disappointment that Katrina shows on screen in her sequence ...
Mechanic: Resurrection review - Jason Statham is on a Killspree!
Statham clambers up as easily as he's on a treadmill with a mild incline. Talk about wasted airtime.
A Flying Jatt Review: A derivative's derivative of a superhero film
D'Souza's direction is unsurprisingly dead on arrival. Tiger Shroff's muscles clench and twist but f...
'Aatadukundam Ra' review: Lacklustre script lets down Aatadukundam Ra
Yes, director G Nageswara Reddy's latest film Aatadukundam Raa is just another re-hash of the many f...
'Happy Bhag Jayegi' review: A light-hearted, feel-good film
A few years ago there was a somewhat forgettable film called Cocktail which had two stars and a debu...
'Ben-Hur' review: A grand epic but not a classic
Director Timur Bekmambetov's "Ben-Hur" is a near masterpiece in its own way and one cannot compare i...
'Pete's Dragon' review: A truly magical tale
Despite being designed as a live action, fantasy adventure drama, Director David Lowery's "Pete's Dr...
'UnIndian' review: Frothy and watchable
The title, used as an adjective, aptly describes the protagonist's behaviour in this formulaic, roma...
'Mohenjo Daro' review: A haphazard mess
Mounted like an epic with elements of romance & state politics "Mohenjo Daro" is loosely based on hi...
'Rustom' review: Nanavati case reduced into a fancy dress walkabout
'Rustom' is a fictionalised crime drama that unfurls the tale of a patriotic Naval Commander Rustom ...
Manamantha review: Right intention, wrong execution
Manamantha is a collection of four elaborate stories weaved into one single film.
'Srirastu Subhamastu' review: Forced injection of mindless emotions
The director has roped in strong character artistes and given them meaty roles, albeit with a comple...
'Chauthi Koot' review: Stuns without trying
It is the story of two Hindu Punjabis travelling by train through the stressful hinterland.
The BFG Review: Playfully spellbinding and a fantasy adventure film
Based on the 1982 novel of the same name authored by Roald Dahl, The BFG, a fantasy adventure film d...
Review: Dishoom - A generic buddy cop movie?
Rohit Dhawan is not interested in serious drama of the psychotic fan or betting and drug cartels.
'Ghostbusters' review: A film burdened with wasted potential and green slime
Director Paul Feig's "Ghostbusters" is a flighty and frivolous reboot of the 1984 blockbuster of the...
Kabali review: Vintage Rajni stands tall in quixotic don saga
Rajnikanth is a powerhouse and rocks his first outing as a 60-something don, with ease and the right...
All twists and turns come a little too late to save the film
A road trip with a crime angle weaved in forms the crux of the plot.
Review: Ice Age - Collision Course: Not quite vintage Ice Age, but packed with just about enough paleo humour
By that timbre, Collision Course isn't anywhere as engaging a story as the first three movies in the...
Kasaba Review: No thrills in this feminists' nightmare
Women in Kasaba are either sex workers or lascivous in nature, they are either solicited, denigrated...
Hormonal hysteria strikes down 'Brahman Naman'
This film about a Bengaluru-based Brahmin boy’s discovery of sex is from Qaushik who gave us the con...
Dhilluku Dhuddu Review: Film falls flat after hopeful beginning
Dhilluku Dhuddu has a script lacking punch. With all the trappings of a typical horror-comedy flick,...

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