The Martian review: Glee is the underlying narrative of from this surprisingly optimistic space tale the director who gave us Alien. 'Man stranded on Mars' is just the setting.
Talvar movie review: The film is as real as a constructed-for-the-camera document can be, with its portrayal of the professional rivalries between the investigating teams, and insatiable media persons.
'Puli' review: After the spectacular ‘Baahubali’, we were all set for an encore with ‘Puli’, yet another period fantasy from the South. But this one is a crashing bore.
Singh Is Bliing review: The only thing which saves it is that it wears its silliness proudly on its hero’s `pug’ ( turban), said hero smartly reworking his good-hearted simpleton who loves his mother and respects his father, and rescues his girl.
The Intern review: Surely, Anne Hathaway was the choice for this role because of The Devil Wears Prada.
Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials review - The film is nothing more than bombed-out buildings, uprooted roads, sandy banks, deserted malls, dust-laden vehicles, and lots and lots of zombies.
Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon review: The only reason not to run out of the theatre, screaming, is that Sharma displays a surprising flair for underplaying.
‘Timeout’ review: The movie raises a subject that is usually not tackled with any seriousness in our movies, places it at the heart of the story. For that alone it deserves props.
Calendar Girls review: An after-thought, which talks of how these girls are 'proud achievers’, comes in the end. The rest of the Madhur Bhandarkar's movie exploits young women being exploited.
After watching 'Pawn Sacrifice', the game, that involves kings, queens, knights and bishops, but essentially two players poring over a small table, will never look the same again.
'Black Mass' review: Covering the events between 1975 and 1992, the movie is essentially about FBI's arrangement with Depp's character that was only used by the latter to further his criminal run.
Everest movie review: The film is shot beautifully, and in 3D, the dips and highs of the glorious peak are eminently watchable.
Katti Batti review: Few minutes into Kangana Ranaut, Imran Khan's movie, and the question would be, 'What IS this?'
Meeruthiya Gangsters review: The movie is so far from being the zippy crime caper it presumably set out to be that it leaves you stranded, wondering just what is going on.
We Are Your Friends review: There are parties, indoors and outdoors, lots of dancing, and plenty of gyrating bodies.
Hero review: The end of Sooraj Pancholi, Athiya Shetty film brings relief, with Sallu Bhai working the end credits, exuding more star power in two minutes than we’ve seen in two hours. This 'Hero' is a zero.
Ayushmann Khurrana and Bhumi Pednekar have apparently been roped in for the upcoming film 'Bhoole Se Naam Na Lo Pyaa Ka'.
She's Funny That Way review: Wilson is repetitive and tiresome, Poots grossly inadequate, Hahn again underused, the dialogues flat and the punch-lines absent.
HITMAN: Agent 47 review - It is a film where the most delicately handled is 47's suit, that he hangs up carefully at the end of every blood-splattered day.
Welcome Back movie 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.