Stallone is at it again, flexing his old muscles for yet another punch at any country that falls between Middle East and Central Asia
Movie Review: Mardaani - As Shivani Shivaji Roy, a Mumbai Crime Branch cop, Rani Mukerji plays it straight.
'Anjaan' features Suriya in a double role - one is a star and the other is an actor.
IT'S A sweet, sweet irony to have Katie Holmes star as a cold-as-ice mother and Director of Justice in Lois Lowry's version of an ordered, utopian society.
The sequel to ‘Singham’ is chock-full of the usual car-on-jeep action. Explosions go off at regular intervals. Shoot-outs—one really well-shot-- occur frequently.
‘The Hundred-Foot Journey’ is a dish that is less an interesting mix of biryani-and-truffles, more flat soufflé.
This is the level of destruction in Guardians of the Galaxy, spread across planets and species in this multifarious universe of ours.
On the first two aspects, Into The Storm succeeds, including in placing tornadoes 1, 2, 3...and on within the context of our times
Akshay Kumar's 'Entertainment' is dull and loud, with a brow so lowered that it reaches the floor.
In the end, the problem with doing the same thing, however ironically served up, takes the film down.
Besson's first action film in a long time -- shot in his familiar hyperkinetic style -- is more fictional science than science fiction.
Hercules would be little more than a series of wars and body pile-ups strung together -- even if Ratner does manage to surprise once in a while.
This may be the best work from director Wes Anderson.
“We know that a Salman film is created solely to display his ‘andaaz’ designed to send his fans into a swoon.”
Begin Again is almost hopeless in the cliched characters and story plots it trots out.
The sequel of the 2012 ‘Hate Story’ gives us a new vengeful woman. She’s been wronged by, who else, a man. And she will stop at nothing to get back at him.
So here’s finance whiz Amit Sahni ( Das) telling us what he likes in his ideal girl
A remake of the surprise Tamil hit of the same name, the film proves a point. That successful horror doesn't need stars, it needs a solid script, and atmospherics.
Age and a lifetime have no place in an animation, even though Up spared both a thought.
"TELL me," whispers one human to another in the film, "doesn't the ape make your stomach crawl?" That question, my friend, is directed at you.
Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania review: The film scores with its likeable lead pair. Varun Dhawan still has raw edges, Alia Bhatt is vibrant and fresh.
The film is faithful to a fault from the dialogues to the clothes, the setting and the food, even while skipping over some of the unpleasant details.
The leads are enthusiastic but inept, though the girl has a little more promise than the boy.
Bobby Jasoos review: It works till the time Vidya Balan gets to lead from the front: the courtship with her reluctant suitor is one of the high points of the film.
Ek Villain movie review: Sidharth Malhotra is watchable, he just seems so nice and wholesome all the time. It is Riteish Deshmukh who sweeps the stakes.
In this one, a robotics inventor ( Wahlberg) in rural Texas picks up a battered truck hoping to trade it in.
This film should have been called The Social Network Part 2. Or Twitter. Or Vine. Or, even, Facebook.
The long-drawn out ethnic conflict in Sri Lanka is the backdrop of this tale of an unlikely couple, ‘With You, Without You’.
Movie Review Humshakals: From past experience, you have to go into a Sajid Khan film wondering just how much of a dip there can be from the previous ones.
Repeat director DeBlois and repeat cast of Baruchel, Butler and Ferrera place hardly a foot wrong in stepping up this Vikings and Dragons story.
It is to Grace of Monaco's credit that it takes a chance with the amount of time it devotes to old men smoking.
Movie Review 'Fugly': It begins with a hint of promise, and it could have gone down some paths less travelled. But it meanders, and loses its way.
It is a fascinating double portrait, and Prachi’s is the fresher voice because we don’t hear it, nor see her face reflected in the mass media.
Based on Japanese novel All You Need Is Kill, Edge of Tomorrow has just the right cast both in front of and behind the camera, who play to their strengths and have fun with their weaknesses.
Edge of Tomorrow has just the right cast both in front of and behind the camera, who play to their strengths and have fun with their weaknesses.