Jack Reacher: Never Go Back movie review: Tom Cruise’s Jack Reacher should have taken his own advice and “never gone back” down this well-trodden path.
31st October movie review: This Vir Das, Soha Ali Khan film has nothing – neither narrative nor engaging characters—on offer.
Gandhigiri movie review: For this Om Puri, Sanjay Mishra film, some questions are better left unasked.
Fuddu movie review: Set in sin city Mumbai, Fuddu is a sweet, simple romantic comedy that gives you an insight into the brazen lifestyle of its middle-class immigrants who cram up in match-box dwellings.
Anna Kisan Baburao Hazare movie review: Writer-director Shashank Udapurkar must be lauded in no uncertain terms for taking on the uphill task of telling the story--gripped and cramped by socio-political complexities.
The Accountant movie review: Director O'Connor has factored in mathematics too to give us a hero who multiplies numbers as fast as he eliminates people, who beats himself literally to sleep while gazing upon a Pollack fixed on the ceiling.
The Girl on The Train movie review: Emily Blunt brings such a raw, pained, mortified portrait of an alcoholic to live that it's a shame that the filmmakers fail to recognise this as essentially her story.
Seven years later, Ramakrishna has tried to recreate the success of Arundhati with his Kannada debut, Nagarahavu.
Inferno movie review: Tom Hanks, Irrfan Khan-starrer is an adaptation of Dan Brown's torturous novel. The only improvement it has on the book is that it ends in two hours.
Beiimaan Love movie review: With this cringe fest, wave bye bye to Sunny Leone. When a film sinks this low, it’s hard to climb back up again.
Saat Uchakkey movie review: Old ghosts and new dreams survive side by side in this Manoj Bajpayee, Vijay Raaz film as we get to see Old Delhi like we have never seen it before.
In Remo, Sivakarthikeyan dons the disguise of a nurse to woo the woman of his dreams. He wins her over by confusing her, by making her believe that she's making a big mistake by settling for an arranged marriage.
Zulfiqar movie review: Zulfiqar could have saved itself from becoming a complete disaster had it not thought of doling out mediocrity.
Mana Oori Ramayanam movie review: Prakash Raj and Priyamani's strong performances, a thrilling plot and able supporting cast make this film a delightful watch.
Mammootty's Thoppil Joppan deals with consequences suffered by the hero from heartbreaks and alcohol, which is clearly suggested in the film's tagline that reads: “50% Love, 50% Alcohol.”
Miss Peregrine's home for Peculiar Children movie review: Unlike other films of a similar nature, of kids with unnatural or supernatural powers, here the children, very young to almost adult, never look like they can make their way out alive.
Pulimurugan movie review: From Mohanlal's brilliant performance to the thrilling action sequences, this film manages to live upto expectations.
Queen of Katwe movie review: Queen of Katwe's power lies far from the distant, ascetic tournament halls that Phiona finds herself in. It lies in the streets, drains, sludge, tattered windows, door-less, roof-less houses that she inhabits when away from that world.
Premam movie review: Despite cameos by Venkatesh and Nagarjuna, this Naga Chaitanya and Shruti Haasan film fails to match up to Premam's Malayalam version.
Tutak Tutak Tutiya movie review: What happens when Prabhu Deva is not given enough dance numbers but is expected to act and Tamannah Bhatia is turned into a sari-clad frump? Horror!
Mirzya movie review: Harshvardhan Kapoor and Saiyami Kher's film brings together a highly talented team. The final result, however, is disappointing.
The makers of the documentary chose to concentrate on the atrocities faced by the Dalit community.
Ram, known for his comic and lover boy roles -- is pushing the boundaries to move into mass action roles. He does a decent job trying to fit into those shoes.
MS Dhoni The Untold Story movie review: Despite Sushant Singh Rajput and rest of the cast's efforts, the film fails because it is not Mahendra Singh Dhoni's biography, it is his hagiography.
Majnu movie review: Nani is the beating heart of this film as he manages to not only give a great performance but also rope other actors to give their best.
Bridget Jones's Baby movie review: Bridget doesn't have an easy time having that child. It is a labour -- of love, still -- for the rest of us too.
The Magnificent Seven movie review: Fifty-six years later, Antoine Fuqua movie seems way past its sell-by date, and without bringing little new to the table.
Parched movie review: Radhika Apte, Surveen Chawla and Tannishtha Chatterjee's film is failed by too much violence and unnecessary gloss. Some things are better left to the imagination.
Banjo movie review: Riteish Deshmukh, Nargis Fakhri's film tries your patience and sanity. Full of shouty dialogues and expected situations, even most of the songs fail to live up to its theme.
Thodari movie review: Film's half-baked script and weak characters fail Dhanush as well as the audience.
The Shallows movie review: Blake Lively starrer can seem repetitive, and a little pointless in the talk that Nancy has going with the seagull and later with a camera.
The Light Between Oceans movie review: "You only have to forgive once." For all its faults, Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander starrer can be forgiven for giving us this one line.
Nirmala Convent movie review: Roshan Meka and Shriya Sharma's pair gives film some freshness, but the film fails to offer anything new in terms of script.
Raaz Reboot movie review: Move over garlic buds and religious symbols, this Emraan Hashmi film can drive out the evil spirits – and paying audience -- with the power of mangalsutra.
Pink movie review: The film starring Amitabh Bachchan and Taapsee Pannu sledgehammers the message that when a woman says no, she means no. It underlines a woman’s freedom to her own sexuality.
Oozham movie review: Jeethu Joseph whose 'Drishyam' had won critical acclaim, fails to produce any out-of-the-box wonders in this Prithviraj Sukumaran revenge saga.