At the heart of Goldfish lies the key conflict of whether Anamika should leave her ailing mother in an old-age home.
These over-indulgent scenes are pretty harmless and they do serve the story but they also take a large bite out of an already short runtime.
“Bottoms,” a queer comedy with a chaotic beat, is here to break stuff — and that’s a very good thing.
For a first-timer, Abhilash Joshiy shows much promise, impressively handling a humungous cast and explosive set-pieces
Even if the execution occasionally falls short, the film does work as a showcase of his multifaceted talent.
The question remains, can Kshetrapati dare to offer a panacea? Does it defy the established cinematic conventions that often cast farmers’ struggles into a formulaic mould?
'Prem Kumar' is filled, overflowing even with dialogues, dialogues and more dialogues that betray the norms of brevity and pace and leave you annoyed first, then numb.
Abhishek Bachchan plays Padam Singh Sodhi aka Paddy, a yesteryear spinner waiting to turn into a drunkard-cliché of a coach.
Nelson's signature style draws the most out of Rajinikanth's star power in a glorious first half but then meanders through an aimless, unfocused second half.
While the film loses out a lot on the much-desired spirit and sensuality, with its patchy narrative, it gains in gravitas from a superbly layered performance from Yile Yara Vianello.
Spy is a crude and visually impoverished film that reduces Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose to a clickbait.