'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,...
Review: A fast, slow and spontaneous Sultan
It’s Eid and we have Salman Khan returning with Sultan, directed by Ali Abbas Zafar.
'The Secret Life of Pets' Review: This movie will make you give your dog an extra hug
Perfect for kids & a delight for people who don't mind fur on their couches, this is a treat & a hal...
Review: 'Free State of Jones'- History lesson with good performances
"Free State of Jones" is a visual, history lesson of Jones County, Mississippi during the American C...
Review: 'The Legend Of Tarzan': Light on adventure
Director David Yates' "The Legend of Tarzan", has showcased the origin of Tarzan, wrapped in a tale ...
Review: 'Shorgul' is more noise than substance
Steeped in controversy, even before its release, "Shorgul" is a film which arouses curiosity.
Review: Laughter Zooms in
Ganesh is at his best and handles film with ease, has great comic timing with Sadhu Kokila
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.

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