‘August Osage County’, based on a play of the same name, has a stellar cast.
Madhuri Dixit’s ‘Gulab Gang’ has nothing to do with Sampat Pal’s real-life ‘Gulaabi Gang’. Madhuri Dixi’s gang, on the other hand, is as make-believe as make-believe can get. ‘Gulaab Gang’ is faking it.
Total Siyappa could have been hilarious. But all it does is drag its feet through unfunny, stretched situations.
Movie Review, Queen: Kangana Ranaut revels in her solidly-written role, and delivers a first rate, heart-felt performance.
In his late-age reinvention as an action hero, Neeson picks up from where he left in Serra’s last film ‘Unknown’.
Dallas Buyers Club may not be the authoritative story on the AIDS scare of the 1980s, but it’s as good as any.
Alexander Payne brings all his craft to bear upon ‘Nebraska’, but at no point does he make us aware of it.
‘Shaadi Ke Side Effects’ is fun, and real, and has some nice laugh-out-loud situations.
Rather the treasure hunt becomes all about looking for Michelangelo’s Madonna and the Child in a very uncomfortable way.
Ali’s romancing the road is of a piece with his favourite plot device.
This is a patently glossy effort from a man and star who has always tried to be more than a pretty face.
‘Gulabi Gang’, Nishtha Jain’s award-winning documentary gives us an up-close view of Sampat Pal and her gang, which fights for injustice where it is most needed.
‘Darr @ the Mall’ did give me a couple of jumpy moments. But at no point did I feel like diving below, or closing my eyes.
Alia Bhatt has walked past her babydoll cosmetic debut in ‘Student Of The Year’ for a demanding role.
From Stanley Kubrick’s H.A.L. to many lesser villains which continue to follow, controlling machines have driven many a film.
Gunday movie review: I don’t think there’s one significant quiet spot in this film, says Indian Express critic Shubhra Gupta.
This film based on an actual and botched operation by Navy SEALS to kill a Taliban heavyweight called Ahmed Shah.
This is a film by Disney on Walt Disney and on the making of one of Disney’s most-beloved films.
This is a film with a message: about AIDS, how it does (and doesn’t) spread, and how those infected can live a full life.
It is ostensibly made to alert viewers to an anesthesia glitch which propels patients into a state of awareness.
‘Hasee Toh Phasee’ seems to have everything going for it. A likeable leading man, a crackerjack heroine. What it doesn’t have is a coherent story,
I, Frankenstein doesn’t deal in sweetness or irony.
12 Years A Slave has several such disturbing scenes as McQueen and screenwriter John Ridley bring vibrantly to screen the inhumanity of slavery.
One By Two is a case of missed opportunities. Abhay Deol can’t hold it all by himself, says Indian Express critic Shubhra Gupta.
The usual cautionary warning in the opening credits should have been replaced by this: in the making of this film, no Salman Khan fan was hurt.
Nelson Mandela’s long walk to freedom has figured in public memory and conscience for far too long to call for a hagiography.
All kinds of other inexplicable things happen in the film ‘Jai Ho’.