‘Gabbar Is Back’ review: Akshay Kumar starrer shows up severe limitations all around, of the juiced-out South -'masala'-genre.
Avengers takes barely a pause between its various supernatural clashes, including a really long one between Iron Man and The Hulk, and its collapsing buildings, vehicles, roads and tracks.
You keep wanting 'Kaagaz Ke Fools' to ‘ho ja shuru’, but it doesn’t have the feet for it.
'Jai Ho Democracy' criminally wastes an array of good actors: Kapoor, Puri, Hussain, Biswas, Bashir raise their decibel with zero impact.
The Water Diviner is “inspired by true events” and based literally on a line about a father.
A valiant officer who is part of an anti-terrorist squad transforms from a flesh-and-blood human to the mysterious Mr X.
Laila is not a 'bechari'-- that poor thing : she acknowledges her difficulties but doesn't let them overwhelm her.
'Court' is a searing, unmissable film, and is one of the best you will see this year . If you feel any other way, well, go ahead, sue me.
The film has many horror and scary elements while towards the end, 'It Follows' does become irksome, appearing repetitive despite its short length, one can take away that heartwarming thought.
Broken Horse review - The moral of the story for Chopra: If you want to try something new, perhaps go for something new.
Ek Paheli Leela review - Why pretend towards a plot, when all this film wants to do is to exploit its leading lady?
Dharam Sankat Mein review: It's much too long, saying the same thing over and over again.
Family again hangs around all the time in the background in Furious 7.
Detective Byomkesh Bakshy's biggest weakness is its leading man: Sushant Singh Rajput.
'The Gunman' is about a killer, a political assassination, some regrets, lots of deaths across two continents, a love story, and most improbably, the effects of head trauma.
Run All Night doesn't do as well with the relationship between Jimmy and Michael, though Kinnaman is efficient enough.
Maybe the intention of 'Barkhaa' was to tell us that ladies who dance for a living also have the right to respectability but a mothballed plot and an even more mothballed treatment isn’t the way forward.
The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel' has little in terms of a story except a wedding, and Richard Gere. The wedding involves engagement, sangeet, and the shaadi itself.
With all the justifications of this post-acolapyse world dealt with in the first film, 'Insurgent' purely involves three women who are making the world around them spin.
‘Hunterr’ could have been a genuinely ‘adult’ comedy of manners, but it stays right where it begins, the phrase ‘coming-of-age’ functioning more as eliciting an embarrassed titter than reaching the goal-post.
In her directorial debut that travels to TIFF Kids next month, Seemaa Desai turns the idea of a genie on its head
THE most surprising part of Chappie, by Academy Award-nominee Blomkamp, is that Hugh Jackman plays second fiddle to Dev Patel.
It's hard to say who has gained in the process, Focus or the Censors.
Atul Sabharwal diversifies his portfolio with an informative documentary on the shoe-making tradition of Agra, with ‘In Their Shoes’.
NH10 movie review: It’s not that Anushka Sharma, who has also produced the film, is not trying hard. She is, and up to a point, she is in fine fettle.
The Coorg countryside is quite lovely, and the coffee plants surrounding the homestead give off a thick leafiness. But the characters never quite look as if they belong.
The filmmaker’s challenge is to keep us with his lads, without being overcome with a feeling of familiarity.
Ostensibly this is a film which is supposed to put the spotlight on how politics is the preserve of perverts and goons
Kingsman is just English in manners. Rest is a hotch-potch of blood, gore and some guiltily enjoyable acting (including by newbie Egerton).
The beginning of Nana Patekar's 'Ab Tak Chhhapan 2' is promising, but the film soon palls.
‘Dum Laga Ke Haisha’ knows where it’s coming from, and where it wants to go.
It's a film with only "greatness" in its sights, unflinching of drawing blood and blows -- and its share of Fletchers.
The movie tells Cheryl's story in flashbacks that go back and forth and sometimes are even just visual images.
'Qissa' review: The Irffan Khan, Tillotama Shome film is lambent, lovely, and completely seductive.
Badlapur review: This Varun Dhawan and Nawauddin Siddiqui starrer is so riveting you don't even want to blink.
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