An engaging young adult mystery/drama that packs in quite a bit into its ten-episode first season.
02 Jun 2021
Despite Wynne’s many attempts at hiding his real reasons for visiting the Soviet Union so often, she sees through his deception.
22 Mar 2021
eon Sang-ho’s Peninsula may have enough in it to engage an audience thriving on the zombie apocalypse trope, but it isn’t in the same league as his preceding feature set in the said universe.
28 Nov 2020
The whole Bimla gag (especially with the old lady constantly referencing it through the narrative) is perfectly timed in the comedic sense.
29 Feb 2020
Bhoot-The Haunted Ship review: Emotionally deep film about trauma let down by average horror elements
If the supernatural elements were perhaps more subtle, this could have been a potentially excellent film.
22 Feb 2020
Hacked follows the tried-and-tested formula of the stalker trope with a whole lot of tech stuff thrown in for good measure (half of which seems wildly implausible).
08 Feb 2020
Riding on superlative performances from an outstanding cast, The Current War needed a tighter narrative
02 Nov 2019
The savage takedowns of Donald Trump and Melania, and their fictional Corgi, Mitzi, form some of its comedic highpoints.
14 Sep 2019
While it may not necessarily be a film worthy of high praise, it surpasses your average romantic comedy that perpetuates an unrealistic notion of beauty standards, relationships, and love.
01 Mar 2019
Cold Pursuit is the remake of Hans Petter Moland’s 2014 Norwegian film, Kraftidioten (In Order of Disappearance).
09 Feb 2019
'Mary Queen of Scots' movie review: Fascinating dual-character study of two powerful women in a world of men
As in all standout political dramas, the checklist remains the same: trust no one; always be wary of your advisors.
02 Feb 2019
Though Bombairiya is far from perfect, it is an ideal example of how that statement rings true.
19 Jan 2019
A must-see show that presents teenagers as relatable/realistic human beings navigating the confounding world of sex, peer pressure, and identity.
11 Jan 2019
The film may not be as iconic as the Julie Andrews starrer, but it will certainly go down in cinematic history as a worthy attempt at a successor.
10 Jan 2019
The humour in the first half of Green Book is worth savouring, especially when the leads square off against one another with respect to their views and opinions.
24 Nov 2018
Nine films followed the 1978 original, only to give audiences this direct sequel four decades on. It begins with two English podcasters in search of answers to the 1978 massacre in Haddonfield.
27 Oct 2018
What can be said of Jalebi that hasn’t already been said about similar, badly conceived romantic tear-jerkers of the past? It is a remake of the 2016 Bengali film, Praktan, which I have not watched.
18 Oct 2018
Sui Dhaaga is an endearing film that backs and champions the underdog despite the laundry list of obstacles and indignities.
29 Sep 2018
While the film does fall into predictable terrain for a considerable time of its two-hour plot, it is those parts that work within the confines of its specific social milieu that make it watchable.
21 Sep 2018
Neither Kapoor, despite each other’s desperate attempts to sound and act pahari, comes off even remotely real/natural.
21 Sep 2018