Mechanic: Resurrection movie review: Jason Statham tries hard to stay upbeat with his adrenaline rushing avatar. But somewhere in the middle he gets trapped in bad script and forced action.
A Flying Jatt review: Tiger Shroff plays the bumbling, fumbling superhero with panache. What could have been a rollicking film falls prey to too much song and dance.
Brett Lee, surprisingly, isn’t bad at all, and manages the emotional bits quite well, though he does flatten in bits.
Pete's Dragon movie review: With this film, there was a chance to tell the story of a town that changes when it manages to capture a dragon, but the film doesn't have its heart set on it.
Ben-Hur movie review: Director Timur Bekmambetov's attempt to keep a distance from the 1959 version fails due to how far it seeks to travel. The ending even further dilutes whatever little impact it may have had.
Pinneyum movie review: Despite good performances by Dileep and Kavya Madhavan, Adoor Gopalakrishnan film fails due to obvious flaws in script and dialogues.
Happy Bhag Jayegi movie review: Diana Penty, Abhay Deol film begins well but soon the laughs are few and far between. A weak script fails this film and its cast.
Pretham movie review: This may be a horror comedy but the scare factor is not high. Watch out for Jayasurya as a mentalist who again proves his versatility.
Mohenjo Daro movie review: Hrithik Roshan and Ashutosh Gowariker excavate the past but can't dig up a proper comeback for both of them. Pooja Hegde sparkles but is failed by Mohenjo Daro.
Rustom movie review: Akshay Kumar plays a betrayed husband in a film inspired by the Nanavati murder case. Spicy enough, right? Only Rustom attempts to spice it further, resulting in actually diluting the plot.
Mohanlal-starrer Vismayam has its moments nearing the climax that can bring a sense of joy and belonging among a certain class of people and also upholds family values.
Suicide Squad movie review: Jared Leto's Joker tries as does Margot Robbie who brings up the rear, literally, of Suicide Squad but Will Smith-led Suicide Squad is unmanageable.
The Legend Of Michael Mishra review: This comedy will make you cry for the wasted talent of Arshad Warsi, Boman Irani and Aditi Rao Hydari. And all the missing 'h' in the film.
Budhia Singh Born To Run review: Manoj Bajpayee plays coach Biranchi Das with just the right mixture of truculence and affection. Mayur Patole plays Budhia without an ounce of artifice in this zesty film.
Budhia Singh Born to Run quick review: It is that rare film, which is a must-watch if you want to understand India and its abject deprivation minus the poverty porn that usually accompanies such depiction.
Chauthi Koot movie review: The narrative of this Gurvinder Singh film unfolds unhurriedly and still you do not stir from your seats. You watch with a growing sense of dread, praying for safety of innocents in the frame, both two and four-legged.
Jason Bourne movie review: Matt Damon's Jason Bourne is back again in Donald Trump-era war against terror. It is not as much about how many lives saved, as leaving them dead.
White Movie Review: Mammootty’s screen presence was pleasing this time while Huma Qureshi’s Roshini Menon was like a cherry on this cake.
Ghostbusters movie review: So what is the problem with the new Ghostbusters again? That it replaces an all-male gang with an all-women one? Yes, the fans of the 1984 film do need to worry.
The BFG is a winsome tale from Roald Dahl, a writer who hardly went in for easy, simple pleasures. Steven Spielberg is a director whose heart lies in such delights. The movie is true to Dahl's story and Spielberg's spirit.
Dishoom movie review: John Abraham and Varun Dhawan's movie is designed like a fast-paced caper but lacks impact. It shines in bits and pieces but the rest is a stretch.
Lights Out movie review: Sandberg, who extended his own impressive short by the same name into this extended film, should have let this one rest. Can't always have the lights on.
Star Trek Beyond movie review: The film doesn't bother explaining why the universe across planets may be after it. Not that anyone is asking that question, for Star Trek Beyond is much too busy pitting Kirk and company against Krall (Elba) and his lot.
Kabali movie review: This was the time when Rajinikanth should have reinvented himself for his directors have long stopped bothering about plot and characterisation. For when Rajinikant is on and at it, who cares?
M Cream movie review: The characters of Ira Dubey, Imaad Shah starrer may appeal to only a handful of audience.
Irrfan Khan is happy to be ‘ruled’ till one day when the rule of law is destroyed. He sees injustice and anarchy around him and decides to extract revenge.
Did not get to see the Kabali first day first show? Here we bring to you the quick review of this Rajinikanth and Radhika Apte gangster drama.
Ice Age Collision Course review: More than ever, Ice Age is intent on finding love for each of its characters, who go about expressing it in a manner that is absolutely human-like.
Great Grand Masti movie review: To spice up the by now wrung-out-to-dry formula of sex-starved husbands and stand-offish wives, Great Grand Masti script has added on a female ghost who died a virgin.
The Secret Life Of Pets movie review: The film ends up being about two hostile animals in mortal peril till they literally come out swimming.
Kasaba tells the story of an unruly police officer named Zakriah who ventures to investigate the murder of a couple who were dearest to him
Sultan review: With Sultan, Salman Khan has given his most human performance. He breaks free from the bondage of Bhai-giri and is ably supported by Anushka Sharma.
Free State Of Jones movie review: Gary Ross's film does well to juxtapose telling of Knight's story with the trial his mixed-race descendant is fighting in the same state "85 years later".
The Legend Of Tarzan movie review: David Yates movie gives us a believable reason to revisit the tale of the man raised by apes.
Fireflies in the Abyss, out in a limited release this week, gives us a window into the people who spend their lives in darkness, to eke a living.