Central Intelligence movie review: Central Intelligence had a chance, for the simple fact that Johnson as the CIA strapper with a golden heart and Hart as the loser who gets sucked into his world are suited to their roles.
Independence Day: Resurgence movie review - Some of the fights are impressive, most of the destruction routine and a large part of the dialogue perfunctory.
Raman Raghav 2.0 movie review: There are some mesmeric bits in here, which belong to Siddiqui. But those are not enough. Without those crucial elements, the film is rendered atmospheric yet hollow, and we are turned into cringing voyeurs, into reluctant participants, without redemption.
Ozhivudivasathe Kali meaning an Off-day game narrates the story of five friends.
Finding Dory movie review: This one is touchy-feely-weepy, underlining the movie's big theme — home is where the heart is.
Dhanak movie review: It’s hard not to be moved by the two kids — Krish Chhabria and Hetal Gadda — and their heart-warming story, directed by Nagesh Kukunoor.
Udta Punjab movie review: This is the kind of film which has something to say, and it says it with both flair and conviction.
Aspiring candidates go through a number of coaching institutes to help them prepare for the coveted entrance exams every year. FIITJEE is among the top most institutes for this purpose.
The Conjuring 2 movie review: That nun/nut keeps popping up at various times, and The Conjuring 2 does an unsatisfying work of tying it up with the rest of the story.
Do Lafzon Ki Kahani movie review: The only point of interest in this Randeep Hooda, Kajal Aggarwal starrer is that it is set in Kuala Lumpur, a city Bollywood doesn’t much get around to.
TE3N movie review: Amitabh Bachchan, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Vidya Balan starrer TE3N is a dark story with vicious undertones.
The Nice Guys movie review: Both Russell Crowe as the washed-up, rough-edged bouncer-on-hire Healy, and Ryan Gosling as the cynical, heavy-drinking private investigator March are good and cleverly cast.
Thithi is set in Mandya, a village in Karnataka.
Housefull 3 movie review: Jacqueline, Lisa and Nargis playing lassies in short skirts going by the name Ganga, Jamuna and Saraswati.
Angry Birds movie review: Here it's only Red (Sudeikis) who has anger issues, but with his outbursts grounded in very normal causes.
Alice Through The Looking Glass movie review: You realise that the only reason Through the Looking Glass is different from its many special-effect summer counterparts is its fascinating characters sprung from the book.
Phobia movie review: The Radhika Apte starrer is a genuine frightener, so far away from those unintentionally comic monstrosities Bollywood keeps slinging out that you feel like cheering.
Veerappan movie review: The dizzying camera angles which have marred so many of RGV’s recent outings may have mercifully gone missing but the ear-shattering background music is right there.
Waiting movie review: Both Naseeruddin and Kalki Koechlin are good fits for their parts in a film which segues easily between English, Hindi and a smattering of Malayalam.
Kammatipaadam movie review: Rajiv Ravi has dismantled all conventional concepts of Malayali aesthetics by capturing the unadulterated beauty of black skin through characters who portrayed the lives of Dalits
X-Men: Apocalypse movie review - Continuing with the strength of this franchise, Apocalypse ensures each of the mutant characters gets a solemn, credible background.
Sarbjit movie review: Randeep Hooda nails the look and the accent, letting neither overpower him, and is the only reason to sit through this sagging saga.
With Pele, the canvas was always going to be broad. But the simplistic treatment, followed by the feeble performances by the cast, makes this film a huge let down.
This film is more content playing on its old, successful themes, including a Windex spray, and even inveigles a wedding between Toula's still-squabbling parents under the flimsiest of pretexts to justify the title.
Julia Roberts is especially good as her role almost entirely involves emoting through her voice, but even George Clooney nicely moderates his charisma to appear desperate and downright unlikable in parts.
Dear Dad movie review: There are a few moments between father and son which feel as if something real is going on in this Arvind Swamy film.
Emraan Hashmi is earnest, and the only saving grace here. Prachi Desai is rouged and demure and distressed.
24 movie review: Director Vikram Kumar needs to be applauded for handling such a complex multi-layered screenplay
Traffic movie review: This enterprise, bloated by needless saccharine and background music, has its moments but stays, overall, strictly serviceable.
1920 London review: An infinitesimal number, hopefully, do so chasing an "aatma" that resides in a locket in this Sharman Joshi, Meera Chopra starrer.
One Night Stand movie review: Right now, Sunny Leone is gorgeous to look at, but we know that already, and struggling to emote, which has been her bugbear in her last few outings as well.
Captain America: Civil War review - The Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr film is as competent a montage as Marvel has been mounting lately, without breaking any new grounds.
Publicised as a children's film packed with fun-filled adventure, writer-director Amitabha Singh's "Shortcut Safari" is a far cry from the same.
A SORT-OF sequel to J J Abrams's found-footage 2008 hit Cloverfield, the film steers clear of it but for the name.
There are several infinities in Dev Patel starrer The Man Who Knew Infinity.
That great American tradition of a Mother’s Day is around the corner and it gives a bunch of celebrated Hollywood names an excuse to get all weepy and sentimental.
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