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Zack Snyder's Justice League movie review: This cut is leagues above the original

Twice the runtime of the original, Zack Snyder's Justice League is an experience far more gratifying than what we endured, four years ago

published : 19 Mar 2021

'The married woman' review: A tale of loneliness

The 10-episode saga—directed by Sahir Raza, and starring Ridhi Dogra, Monica Dogra, Suhaas Ahuja and Imaad Shah in leading roles—packs the proverbial punch, albeit sensitively.

published : 14 Mar 2021

Janhvi Kapoor, Rajkummar Rao star in a soulless and shrill horror comedy 'Roohi'

They pick up Roohi (Janhvi) and drive off in a van. This is something they do: their boss (Manav Vij) arranges ‘kidnapped’ brides for paying customers.

published : 13 Mar 2021

The teddy is alive, the film not so much

Director Shakti Soundar Rajan even attempts to explain, even if it’s with a quick one-liner, how a man with great memory, got so good at fighting.

published : 13 Mar 2021

Roberrt: Darshan strikes a fine balance between class and mass in this revenge drama

In what comes as a refreshing departure, Darshan-starrer Roberrt is anything but the typical action fare from the Challenging Star.

published : 13 Mar 2021

'Varthamanam' is a bold, fearless film that wants you to speak up

Varthamanam is a wake-up call for those who have been silent for far too long

published : 13 Mar 2021

'Jathi Ratnalu' is a farcical comedy that is somewhat inventive

The whole plot is just an excuse for a series of juvenile gags, but that’s okay because you’re in good company with Naveen Polishetty, Priyadarshi and Rahul Ramakrishna.

published : 13 Mar 2021

'Sreekaram' review: Potent idea, poor execution

Instead of climbing the ladder of success and wealth, he decides to pursue a career in farming.

published : 13 Mar 2021

'The Priest' is a classic case of destination being better than journey

It is a half remarkable thriller saved by twists.

published : 12 Mar 2021

'Roohi' review: This horror comedy is soulless and shrill

This is something they do: their boss (Manav Vij) arranges ‘kidnapped’ brides for paying customers.

published : 12 Mar 2021

'Roberrt' review: Darshan strikes a fine balance between class and mass in this revenge drama

Although Tharun’s exuberant revenge plot is predictable in parts, the twists and turns in the tale makes it a good entertainer

published : 11 Mar 2021

The Idol: A poignant tale of loss, perseverance and goodwill

The Idol stands apart from other textbook biopics because of its grounded approach.

published : 11 Mar 2021

WandaVision review: Bridging the past and the future of the MCU

WandaVision is a series that continuously questions what is crueler a reality you chose to deny or a fantasy that you chose to adopt?
 

published : 10 Mar 2021

Bombay begums is intricate but underwhelming

At first glance, the brand of intersecting female narratives – set up in Lipstick Under My Burkha and Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare – seems perfect for the form.

published : 09 Mar 2021

'Wandavision' review: Bridging the past and the future of the MCU

In Wandavision, the two titular characters provide a study in contrast in terms of anger.

published : 09 Mar 2021