Welcome Back review: With John Abraham and Shruti Haasan the movie clomps about, looking for the laughs. And failing, mostly, to find them.
Ricki and the Flash movie review: Meryl Streep plays a middling musician who leaves her children to pursue a career, she struggles.
The problem is that Cavill and Hammer don't light any sparks, together or apart, good as they look in the sharp suits.
Kaun Kitne Paani Mein review: Good idea, faulty execution. Using water as a trade commodity is a powerful concept, especially given that there is so much drought and so little accessible clean drinking water in so many parts of India.
Phantom movie review: Kabir Khan's thriller, Phantom, starring Saif Ali Khan, Katrina Kaif is disappointing, there is no crackle, only fizz.
The Gift review: Edgerton and Bateman put in very good performances in a story that depends entirely on our inability to trust their characters.
Fant4stic review: When Fantastic 4 becomes Fant4stic, you do know the reboot you are getting. Yes, they are younger, right out of school.
All is Well movie review: Whoever named this film must have a great sense of black humour, because the only thing ‘well’ about the film is its title.
Manjhi review: Nawazuddin Siddiqui strains every sinew, and remains consistently watchable despite the shifts in tone. But even he cannot make the film soar.
'Vacation' movie review: In this case, the journey may not be worth the destination
Shaun the Sheep review: Despite the size and the scale (85 minutes), the filmmakers retain the innocence about a flock of sheep and their beloved farmer.
Gour Hari Dastaan review: Based on the quest of a real-life character, it has all the elements that could have made it all this and more, but it comes off flat and dull.
Brothers review: Akshay Kumar, Sidharth Malhotra's film uses a form of kinetic martial arts to foreground its story of two warring siblings, but it stays, at heart, a Karan Johar film.
Jaanisaar movie review: The only upside is the wonderful costumes.
Bangistan movie review: The film finds its laughs in the odd moment, but comes off, over all, flat and tepid.
Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation movie review: The Tom Cruise movie thankfully never strays into chemical or nuclear territory again.
The Vatican Tapes movie review: A raven appears, a girl acts strangely, and something bad happens.
Gyllenhaal too is curiously disappointing, more caught up in his own character, with its tattoos, its constantly puffed eye.
Drishyam review: Drishyam could have been better if it had been tighter. And if Ajay Devgn had someone other than Shriya Saran.
ANT-MAN movie review: You keep waiting for that saving-the-world moment, and all you get is an ant squasher.
Mr. Holmes movie review: The mystery has melancholy, a delightful Frances de la Tour, the otherwordly instrument armonica, and a showstopper.
Aisa Yeh Jahan movie review: It has a nice premise. But its execution is amateurish.
Masaan review: It announces the arrival of new talents in its writer and director: Grover’s story is eminently worth telling, and Ghaywan tells it beautifully.
Salman Khan's 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' presses many red-hot buttons, even if the treatment is strictly in-the-clouds 'filmi'.
Amy review: At the heart of the film is Winehouse’s music — each song tell us of her follies and foibles, her desperation to find a love ever-after, and her biggest hit, Rehab.
Minions movie review: There is an intrinsic problem with this film about creatures who exist just to serve.
'Baahubali’ review: SS Rajamouli's film holds out many promises: of adventure and romance, love and betrayal, valour and weakness. And delivers magnificently on each of them.
Papanasam movie review: 'Papanasam' is the best and the most faithful remake of the original. It shows what Kamal Haasan is capable of doing when he's at his best.
Pitch Perfect 2 review: A completely random script, held together by a few scenes of actual delight, lets down Elizabeth Banks effort.
He is back, and this time not just from the future, but also the past. Not to forget inhabiting parallel timelines.
Second Hand husband review: I was here to see if Govinda’s daughter, whose debut this is, had the same zany gene in her.
'Guddu Rangeela' review: Arshad Warsi and Amit Sadh movie is fashioned as a jaunty ride through Jatland, a theme currently all the rage in Bollywood.
Miss Tanakpur movie review: This could have been a sharp black comedy with a strong sense of place.
'Killa' is beautifully shot, the blues and greys of the monsoon drenching the screen, the high ocean waves dashing against the walls of the old fort (‘killa’) Chinmay and his friends spend so much time at.
Inside Out review: You want to be happy? You have to learn how to be sad, experience it, and work through it. It is a life lesson, for eleven year-olds-going –on-twelve. And for the rest of us, at whatever age we may be at.
'Belaseshe' is about a man who decides he wants a divorce from his wife in the autumn of his life. Their life.