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.
Baaghi movie review: Why does a film with a new hero, who can reveal a beautifully muscled chest, and do such jaw-dropping stunts, not go for broke and create freshness all around?
Leela movie review: Renjith has used his actors to full effect especially Biju Menon who handles the main character.
The Hunstman: Winter's War movie review: So why should one watch Winter's War? One wishes one could say for its star cast, impressive as it is. However, if the dazzling, imposing Theron is missing but for a few minutes of snarling venom at the end, the others are, to say the least, far from fairy-like.
Laal Rang movie review: Randeep Hooda starrer is meant to be based on two `real life’ incidents, but it doesn’t tell us which.
Nil Battey Sannata movie review: The film starring Swara Bhaskar has a strong message about how education can change your life.
Fan movie review: Fan is an out-and-out SRK show, in which the star proves again that he can greenlight roles completely out of his comfort zone, and deliver.
Haunt, of course, is a euphemism, for this creature inspired by Munch’s Scream generates all but a few giggles.
The movie, possibly the millionth remake of Rajnikanth’s revenge film Basha, where the hero is a daredevil with a larger-than-life persona, is yawn-inducing
Vineeth Srinivasan, on his fourth directorial venture ‘Jacobinte Swargarajyam’, has woven this old formula into a refreshing cinematic experience, showing discipline while handling dramatic situations in the movie.
There are many reasons to be worried about the moral centre of Demolition, and none of those concerns the aforesaid friend, played by Jake Gyllenhaal as a vacuous Wall Street type looking for meaning after his wife dies in an accident.
Love Games movie review: The Bhatts’ long-standing promise of giving us fully adult men and women bursting with carnal desires and twisted motives used to be backed by storylines. This one gives up quickly.
The Jungle Book is reinvented for 2016 by a director who knows just how to mix the heavy blows with the light touch.
The DreamWorks animation says it more effortlessly in action, drawing out each of its village-full of characters with warmth and detail.
Ki and Ka movie review: The film starring Kareena Kapoor and Arjun Kapoor is fun when it is setting up the roles. But the execution, as it goes along, gets rocky.
Dulquer Salmaan looked possessed with ‘Kali’ as the actor yet again delivered his charisma on screen while expressing hysterical shades of anger, throughout the movie.
Rocky Handsome movie review: John Abraham only appears bad, see, he’s actually a good guy with a terrible past. The rest of the space is filled with an eight-year-old who’s made to talk like she’s double that.
Batman Vs Superman: Dawn of Justice review - Supermen may need a bit of it all, but science, faith or fairy tale, nothing can rescue this one.
Bus 657 movie review: There is only one vehicle of consequence in the film, though several give it chase. That is the bus, route no. 657.
Eye In The Sky movie review: The icy Alan Rickman, with the cutting inflexion he puts on the word "minister", and the icier Helen Mirren barely disguise their contempt at the dilly-dallying.
Kapoor and Sons review: Sidharth brings to the table a loose-limbed pleasing vulnerability which he reveals slowly. Fawad plays his straight, and he doesn’t lift off the screen. Rishi gets some laughs in.
The Program movie review: Ben Foster starrer makes an equally compelling case of how even "the world's most tested athlete" got away with cheating for so long.
Triple 9 movie review: Kate Winslet starrer Triple 9 is as mixed-race as it gets, with no obvious stereotypes.
Teraa Surroor review: The focus stays firmly on Himesh Reshammiya, who remains blank-faced through it all, never cracking a single smile, not even when he is with his girl.
13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers Of Benghazi movie review: As far as bucks-for-bangs goes, 13 Hours doesn't disappoint.
45 Years movie review: Charlotte Rampling, nominated for an Oscar for Best Actress, is fabulous in both her vulnerability and the need to put up a strong front.
Zubban movie review: The writing is patchy, with Kaushal not coming off as striking as he was in ‘Masaan’ : he’s good yes, he makes us watch, yes, but is already familiar.
Jai Gangaajal movie review: Priyanka Chopra’s too-sophisticated unmade-up-make-up is very distracting, even in her few convincing moments. And the film goes on for far too long, even when we know how all of it will end.
Carol movie review: While Blanchett not surprisingly is great as this very rich and polished yet dangerously brittle woman who starts off as the more confident and even a tad pushy one in the affair, Mara is a revelation as a girl who is as vulnerable as she is generous.
The Revenant movie review: Leonardo DiCaprio, as DiCaprio does, gives this film all he has got, and more, as he crawls, strips, grunts and grates, and is butchered and butchers in return, for revenge.
Tere Bin Laden Dead or Alive review - There’s more packed into the script this time around, and a little more energy and pace. But the problem of repetition persists.
Aligarh review: Manoj Bajpayee makes of Siras a man whose bewildered fragility is up for examination, and whose gentleness demands understanding and compassion.
Spotlight movie review: Mark Ruffalo's film is a gripping portrait of what happens when institutions decide they are bigger than the people who make them.