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 Flys 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...
'Azhar' review: A poor innings of half truths
This dramatised version of Azhar's life, as stated in the disclaimer, is neither an honest depiction...
'Dear Dad' review: What if your dad is gay?
It takes a whole lot of guts to make a film on alternate sexuality in India, specially when you are ...
Magic gets lost in the wind in this breezy adventure
Their earlier films were in the pure horror genre, with one of them (Ambuli (2012)) in 3D.
An overused plot that is tearing at the seams
It revolves around 2 families who, though belonging to rival sections in a village feud, maintains c...
Style king: little logic, mostly entertainment
The Kannada film industry sees Ganesh as an actor safe enough to bet on because minimum entertainmen...
An Exciting Watch That's Sure to be Worth Your Time
Scientific-fiction flicks revolving around the time-travel concept are a rarity on Tamil screen.
'Traffic' Review: Road Trip in a Heartbeat
Traffic brings together two families, with the distance of Mumbai and Pune between them but just as ...
'Traffic' is Watchable for its Terrific Cast
Traffic is engrossing and innovative enough to make me wonder what Rajesh Pillai would have brought ...
'One Night Stand' Conveys Colours of Hope, Desire
Tanuj Virwani does his greyish role of a man who can’t take no for an answer, the film clearly belon...
Captain America Civil War Review: The Avengers Finally Say Bye-Bye to Happy Endings
Given their history & their innate need to be top dog in any space, it's a wonder they haven't been ...
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...

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