Staying clear from the recent dose of heavy action entertainers, Garuda ensures it stands out from the crowd with its treatment of the action commercial entertainer.
Japanese cinematographer Tetsuo Nagata (a veteran) fails to introduce any dynamism between scenes.
Cinema is often an exaggeration of reality, and yet, in real life matters like Dalit representation, the reality is often far worse than we have seen in cinema.Cinema is often an exaggeration of reali
The screenplay unravels skillfully but also quite sluggishly, especially in the first half which ends in a fantastic twist.
Prajesh Sen’s new feature reminded me of the problem that Will Smith’s character in Hitch had.
Nikhila Vimal, Mathew Thomas, Naslen and gang give their best in this hilarious lockdown comedy.
Written and directed by Sofia Alvarez, Along for the Ride is based on Sarah Dessen’s young adult novel of the same name.
Finesse notwithstanding, this Sivakarthikeyan film is
Filmmakers have long been trying to figure out a method through which to weave an engaging commercial story whilst also pushing forward a message.
Puzhu is at its most effective when it keeps its focus on one or two threads and infuriates when it diverts its attention to something else
Film fans pride themselves on an excellent memory.
The Getaway King (a.k.a Najmro) is inspired by the life of Zdzisław Najmrodzki, a wanted thief and criminal active in the 70s and 80s.
The standout episode in Modern Love Mumbai, Shonali Bose’s Raat Rani, kicks off with an ice-cream date gone wrong.
With Selfie Mummy Google Daddy, director Madhu Chandra departs an important message that is relevant and rare in this tech-driven age.
Ee Sala Cup Namde (This time the cup will be ours) - this line keeps lingering in the minds of Kannadiga cricket fans as the T20 Premier League season is going on in full throttle.