Mouni Roy is entertaining as the antagonist Junoon, but the real villain of Brahmastra is the writing
Samaritan should have been a fitting tribute to a legendary actor who captured our imagination through his larger-than-life roles in the 90s, but all we get is a tepid adaptation.
In an attempt to give us a grand film that is a marriage of a clever thriller and a poignant emotional drama, Ajay Gnanamuthu falters quite a bit to give us a half-decent but template Vikram film.
In addition to the outrageous yet highly realistic (for the most part) action, the cinematography (both on level ground and high in the sky) is, as expected, quite superb!
Prithviraj Sukumaran knocks it out of the park in a fairly exciting actioner that brings back the more graceful and restrained side of director Shaji Kailas.
Patrick makes the right move by having Kevin Hart, a superstar of this subgenre, feature as Teddy, a failed and bumbling salesman with a never-say-die attitude.
After his directorial stints in Tamil, cinematographe rturned- director Vijay Milton makes his Kannada debut with an adaptation of his 2017 Tamil film, Kadugu.
If you are in the mood for a reasonably competent rehash of 'Die Hard', this film might be it.
A YouTube channel by two American actors looks at Indian cinema from a Western perspective
Anyone who has seen the acclaimed Stephen Lang-starrer Don’t Breathe—of a visually impaired man fighting home invaders—will immediately bring up the plot similarity.
Bollywood actor Kartik Aaryan looks like he’s watched enough Akshay Kumar movies to win an impersonating contest.
Making a film like Sakutumba Sametha requires an in-depth understanding of not just filmmaking but also the intricacies of dynamics within families.
An endearing film that mirrors the lifestyle of youngsters and gives them the push to come out of heartbreaks and depression.
Without counting on dialogues alone, the film has a lot of nifty touches that make us chuckle.
Trust Bollywood to give a 25-year-old journalist mid-life crisis.
Bharat Ane Nenu not only helps Mahesh Babu to revive his fortunes at the ticket window but also can be looked at as his sweet route to success.
After the memorable Vicky Donor and the thoroughly endearing Piku, Shoojit Sircar impresses us again in his latest feature.
Google has launched a new feature which allows the users to contribute to movie and television reviews within Google Search results.
Lucknow Central penetrates the politics of prison life without relinquishing the right to engage us in a solid storytelling spree.
Originality has taken a severe beating with every subsequent installment that’s been created for this franchise.