Munna Michael movie review: This Tiger Shroff, Nidhhi Agerwal, Nawazuddin Siddiqui-starrer is a whole dance-action genre has nothing great about it. Tiger Shroff as Munna Michael dance, Munna fights, Munna dance and fight together, this is what he is
doing in the film.
The Black Prince movie review: In The Black Prince, the only thing that shows any existential confusion is the hairstyle on that boy who couldn't be king, Duleep Singh. It's longish, Sikhish, bald-ish, and then greyish, depending on the time of his life you meet Duleep.
Vikram Vedha movie review: The crime drama starring Madhavan, Vijay Sethupathi is by far the best film to release in Tamil this year so far. The film is directed by Pushkar-Gayathri and the film is inspired by the mythological characters of Vikram and Betaal.
Fidaa movie review: Sekhar Kammula directorial Fidaa has done something unexpected yet again with this film which is to tell a story from the female perspective. Sai Pallavi, who is debuting in Telugu cinema with this film and while she is the heart and soul of the film, Varun Tej is the muscle.
Dunkirk movie review: Christopher Nolan is telling you about defeat, the blood, sweat and tears of it; how it settles into your bones, sets in your face, moves your clawing fingers, hardens your scared heart. The writer-director, who loves playing with time, again tells the story of that week in a non-linear sequence.
Lipstick Under My Burkha movie review: The deep red lipstick becomes the colour and mode of rebellion, giving us a hint of what goes on inside a woman—the turmoil, the pain, the swallowed humiliation, the unshed tears, the unspoken resentment and anger.
Shab movie review: Given Onir’s experience in creating interesting characters grappling with the kind of personal demons not usually seen in Bollywood, especially in his last outing I Am, Shab should have been a far more accomplished film. All these are characters, fleshed properly, could have given us a film.
Jagga Jasoos movie review: In the near-three hours of the run time of the film there’s everything else, with Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif chasing bent spies, arms dealers, and sundry other smaller fry, while, of course, saving the world but it forgets to give us a story.
Gemini Ganeshanum Suruli Rajanum movie review: This Atharvaa film will surely come under the category of it being so bad that it's good. The leading ladies in the film are not even arm candy as within minutes we see a new face as the film moves forward. This film is simply, a spoof of spoofs.
War For The Planet Of The Apes movie review: It is an impressive film, technologically astounding, and it is a hardworking film, with the camera striving to capture every puff of the nostril of its apes. But that doesn't necessarily make it a particularly great film.
Shamantakamani movie review: This film starring Sundeep Kishan, Sudheer Babu, Aadi Saikumar, Rajendra Prasad among others in the lead role, is sleekly made thriller. Shamantakamani is a very simple film that you may find appealing emotionally, if not intellectually.
Tiyaan movie review: The film starring Prithviraj Sukumaran, Indrajith Sukumaran, Murali Gopy is an intense socio-political drama that deals with spiritualism and realism among other things. Tiyaan is directed by Jiyen Krishnakumar and has music by Gopi Sunder.
Ninnu Kori movie review: This love triangle between Aadhi Pinisetty, Nivetha Thomas and Nani is all about the complexities of falling in and out of love. There is more to this love story than Nani's previous movies, but just not enough.
Guest Iin London movie review: Do you think crude jokes should be strewn liberally in your weekly flick fix? Should a gag, abysmally executed in the first place, be stretched out like a rubber band to keep you rolling in the aisles?Then Guest Iin London is just the ticket for you.
MOM movie review: There are other good actors in the film, apart from Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Abhimanyu Singh. Sajal Ali, who plays the young victim, is particularly effective. Adnan Siddiqui, as Sridevi’s husband, is very dishy, but suffers from the same problem the rest of the cast : not enough heft.
Ek Haseena Thi Ek Deewana Tha movie review: The film makes you recall, almost fondly, the schlocky, kitschy film-making of the 80s and 90s which was nevertheless full of colour and music. Director Suneel Darshan, who clearly hasn’t kept up with the times, comes up with a hopelessly outdated series of reel.
Baby Driver movie review: It's that kind of film, where the bad guys know their music and their madness, in that order. Sometimes they also talk about the music, but none of the high-brow Quentin Tarantino kind of stuff .Just enough to keep the wheels turning.
The Big Sick movie review: If a film can still be made where a person spreads the prayer mat and then dances around it playing video games, where Anupam Kher can play a Pakistani dad, where one can say that he doesn't know whether one believes or not in Allah, and where a mother can pack meat biryani for the road, all is well.
Tubelight movie review: Salman Khan, Kabir Khan film gets its message right -- love conquers all -- but it is the messenger who fails. The effort of playing a slow-witted man shows on Salman in every frame. It is the supporting cast including Matin Rey Tangu, Om Puri who are the film's strength.
The first song of Tubelight released in the list was Radio; one of the more catchy pieces in the album. Radio is an ode to well, the radio when it was still a bulky box and a generation gathered around it.
Despicable Me 3 movie review: The film relies on humour and poor visual gags to fill the gaps. And when these run up short, the fact that Despicable Me is essentially on the same page since the first film is more and more obvious. It’s hard to see what Despicable Me 3 is getting at.
Cars 3 movie review: For most of its run, it never gets off the beaten track, following the predictable course of a Hollywood film. In an inspired turn of events that will harm many a heart, Cars 3 breathes a new life into this franchise, even making what is likely to follow worth the wait.
Super Singh movie review: Diljit Dosanjh film is a goofball comedy and a superhero caper all rolled into one. What it lacks in script and CGI, it more than makes up in jokes and Diljit's easy charm.
G Kutta Se movie review: The film holds up a mirror, and the sights are not pretty. You don’t need a Khap panchayat if you have a matriarch keeping a beady eye on the comings-and-goings of the bright-eyed college-going young woman.
Bank Chor movie review: This Riteish Deshmukh, Vivek Oberoi film is shockingly lame and juvenile whose title seems to have been chosen because it rhymes with a cuss word. Funny much? Not really.
Behen Hogi Teri movie review: The only element worth looking at in this film, apart from the dependable Kamat, is the rock-solid Rajkummar Rao. If he was given a better co-star than the strictly one-note Shruti Haasan, this might have turned out to be a better film.
Raabta movie review: Sushant Singh Rajput has moments and he makes the most of it, but suavity is not one of his strengths. Kriti Sanon is a surprise, having made clear strides since we saw her last. And one of our best actors, Rajkummar Rao, is hidden under layers of latex.
Dear Maya movie review: Will Dear Maya lead to more, better roles for ‘senior’ actors like Manisha Koirala? For she is an actor who like Madhuri Dixit, Sridevi and Deepti Naval capable of carrying a film on her shoulders.
Wonder Woman movie review: Gal Gadot bursts onto DC Comics' superhero scene with Wonder Woman, an old-fashioned good vs an evil film that has a scale, that has an ambition, that has the required full-blown finale, but, above all, that has a heart of gold.
A Death in the Gunj movie review: Konkona Sensharma’s assured directorial debut, unpacks a complex sentiment with feeling, and gives us a layered film with memorable characters about the games people play, and how, sometimes, that can have terrible consequences.
Pirates of Caribbean: Salazar's Revenge movie review: The dead are not really dead in Pirates of the Caribbean, those living are a miracle in themselves, and few age, especially Johnny Depp.
The Lost City of Z movie review: James Gray appears to have a good thing going, with Charlie Hunnam, a blond, strikingly and traditionally good-looking actor who grows on you, hitting all the right notes with Fawcett.
Sachin A Billion Dreams movie review: Sachin Tendulkar's biopic makes you smile and makes you teary too. But does it really tell you anything about the cricketing legend that you didn't already know?
Half Girlfriend movie review: What exactly is Half Girlfriend? Arjun Kapoor's Bihari boy Madhav Jha and Shraddha Kapoor's Delhi girl Riya Somani are as clueless as us.
Hindi Medium movie review: Irrfan Khan delivers a fine performance in this film which puts the difference between Bharat and India in sharp focus. Pakistani actor Saba Qamar gets some moments too.
King Arthur movie review: A lot of heads roll down the gutter, a lot of eyes get rolled by the Mage summoning the magic to help Arthur.