'Bhava Chitra' begins as a regular boy-meets-girl film but debutant director Girish Kumar B brings in reincarnation and paranormal elements to give it a twist of sorts.
Depicting characters that aren’t beautiful or perfect is a risky task, but the director has taken it as a challenge in his debut film.
It begins with the Indian team convening for the 1983 World Cup in England and Wales-and it ends with them winning it.
The movie isn’t the sharpest of sports spectacles. Its insistence on detail and technique is soon replaced by high drama. What's undeniable though is the occasional smartness of writing.
Enemy is not only a film with lots of weaponry, but also one that takes a different type of gun—the Chekhov’s gun—quite seriously.
Akshay Kumar may not be offering anything new by way of histrionics, but there is comfort in his familiar style and his action scenes are a treat to watch.
We saw this in Why Women Kill. Many, many films have reminded us that all is not necessarily well in your garden-variety friendly-family neighbourhood.
Debutant Prabhu Jayaram’s Yennanga Sir Unga Sattam is a marriage of two unrelated stories separated by the interval.
It’s that time of the year when fear is celebrated all over the world, and here’s a film from a popular franchise, aiming to create nerve-wracking terror to set us up for Halloween.
Puri Jagannadh proved that he regained some of his lost mojo through the mass entertainer iSmart Shankar.
Thinkalazhcha Nishchayam is a classic testament to the idea that one doesn’t have to rely on popular stars to make something work
For a brief while, a few minutes into Sivakarthikeyan’s latest film, Doctor, I wasn’t sure if I’d stepped into a Selvaraghavan film by mistake.
In Shiddat, after 50 minutes of characters driving each other up the wall, the film finally drops the DDLJ reference.
Republic opens with Abhiram driving through a narrow road in the rural premises of Eluru on a rainy night.
The director’s Midas touch, and the excellent work of the technical team and performances ensure an effective portrayal of Gandhiji when he was an innocent kid happy in his own world.