La La Land movie review: Love is a many-splendored thing. But really all it needs is a girl in a yellow dress, against a violet-hued evening sky, in the soft light of a lamp-post, with a boy carrying her strappy blue heels.
Befikre movie review: Ranveer Singh is the life and soul of Befikre, Vaani Kapoor is spunky if stymied and yet this Aditya Chopra film lacks depth, feeling and a solid plot.
Kahaani 2 movie review: Despite a taut first half and a well-rounded performance by Vidya Balan, the film fails the audience when it does away with subtlety and starts telegraphing its punches.
Saithan movie review: Vijay Antony's horror film starts well but a half-baked script and lack of coherence does it in.
Arrival movie review: Arrival's most acute observation is how common language isn't the only key to keep communication going, but the film appears to not notice it.
Moh Maya Money movie review: Munish Bhardwaj’s debut film nails a certain sector of the national capital with an unerring eye, and gives us two very Delhi creatures.
Dear Zindagi movie review: Shah Rukh Khan and Alia Bhatt film could have been a solid drama with emotional heft but despite great performances by the two stars, the feature remains strictly boiler-plate.
Kavalai Vendam is a case study for how to make a regressive film in romantic-comedy genre
Shut In movie review: There is so much potential in this Naomi Watts film, but it's incomprehensible.
In Kadavul Irukaan Kumaru, director Rajesh has tried to milk his tried and tested formula to help GV Prakash win big at the box office
Tum Bin 2 movie review: Neha Sharma and Aditya Seal star in a love story which is an instant throwback to the first film. But unlike Tum Bin, it fails to mix the elements wisely despite delivering some well executed moments.
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them movie review: With Eddie Redmayne's deliciously shy Newt Scamander, the delightful sister duo of Tina and Queenie and no-maj Jacob, JK Rowling has done it again.
Force 2 movie review: Neither John Abraham's hot bod nor Tahir Raj Bhasin's interesting portrayal of the villain can force this film out of the 'obvious' territory. The long car chases will tire you out too.
Force 2 quick movie review: A one-note John Abraham, a clueless Sonakshi Sinha fail to give this film heft. What props up this sequel is its high-octane action and a villain who is having too much fun.
Billy Lynn's Long Half-Time Walk movie review: A timely film which shows the senselessness of a war and meanings that a state and its people try to derive from it.
Saahasam Swaasaga Saagipo movie review: Naga Chaitanya and Manjima Mohan breathe life in their characters as they go on a thrill ride that is this Gautam Menon film.
Chaar Sahibzaade movie review: Harry Baweja's direction is placid. He lacks the passion in his storytelling and it shows.
Simbu's character in the film has a strong resemblance to the role he played in Vinnaithandi Varuvaya.
Rock On 2 movie review: Rock On 2 was all about a generation, about love, about growing up, even chasing dreams. But this time round, Farhan Akhtar, Shraddha Kapoor, Arjun Rampal and Purab Kohli film has other plans in place.
Doctor Strange movie review: Everything is forgotten in the brilliant Inception-like reimagining of cities, streets and buildings that the film deploys, as The Ancient One and her pupils battle out Kaecilius and his lynchpins in different dimensions.
Trolls movie review: As DreamWorks get to work trying to make your day a little brighter, this film's steadfastly cheery attitude starts grating on the nerves.
While Vicky Donor emerged as a clear win, its Telugu version flags in certain areas.
Ventilator movie review: Produced by Priyanka Chopra and starring Ashutosh Gowariker and Boman Irani, Ventilator is about a family dealing with a sudden ailment.
Doctor Strange review: Benedict Cumberbatch's Doctor Strange raises the bar on what is possible in Marvel's comic book universe. And then there are the special effects which aim to out-Inception Inception.
Mahayoddha Rama movie review: If you are telling the story from Raavan's perspective, why would you call the film Mahayodha Rama?
Shivaay review: Perhaps it would have been better had Ajay Devgn focused only on acting and deputed experts behind the camera.
Ae Dil Hai Mushkil movie review: Love, friendship and lust amalgamate in this superb Karan Johar film. Ranbir Kapoor is back to regain his throne as Aishwarya Rai Bachchan gets the comeback she deserved.
Kodi movie review: The power struggle between Kodi and Rudhra, played by Trisha, makes the basic premise of the film.
Kaashmora review: The visual effects that the makers have managed to deliver in Karthi-starrer Kaashmora are commendable.
Ae Dil Hai Mushkil movie review: Anushka Sharma is familiar, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan catches the eye but it is Ranbir Kapoor who lifts the film. He is terrific as the fellow who crumbles, and cries and shoves his aching heart on his sleeve.
Shivaay movie review: Ajay Devgn does everything we have seen him do before in his south remakes. His Shivaay is grim and unsmiling, with no hint of the vulnerability or humour to give him depth.
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.
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