Tamasha review: Deepika Padukone is luminous, and she is much more sure-footed in her part. Even though Ranbir Kapoor gets more space, Tara is drawn with welcome depth.
Secret In Their Eyes movie review: A tighter film would see Billy Ray deploy much cleverer and subtler methods than he does in his pursuit of Marzin/Beckwith. However, that is about the only wrong note Secret in their Eyes strikes.
Spectre movie review: Sam Mendes tries by making a complete break and not giving Daniel Craig the emotional baggage he has been hauling in the last two Bonds.
X : Past Is Present movie review: Except for one segment, right at the end, which has Swara Bhaskar and the young Jha, and a sense of time and place, the rest have practically no weight, nor heft.
Prem Ratan Dhan Payo review: This Salman Khan film draws heavily from Sooraj Barjatya’s previous work, with one glaring cosmetic difference : he sets it not in homes that people like you and me live in, or relate to, but in a grand palace.
There are two running gags in Hotel Transylvania 2, and both are not directed at the children. One deals with overprotective parents, the other with over political correctness.
A foul-mouthed whore and a gentle-voiced young fellow are thrown together for a night, and the time they spend together impacts both strongly: the premise has promise, but nothing in the film 'Yaara Silly Silly' delivers on it.
Drugs. Cops. Gangsters. Youngsters. Mix ‘em up, and you get ‘Charlie Ke Chakkar Mein’. Or at least that’s what the film sets out to do.
The film 'Goosebumps', directed by Rob Letterman, apparently has author R L Stine's approval. It's hard to see why.
There are ghosts to be slayed, debts to be paid, beatings to be had, but however much Bradley Cooper's character insults and assails, a helping hand and at least three people in love with him are never too far away.
Main Aur Charles movie review: The film should have been riveting. But it comes off as a slapdash, confused collage of scenes involving the famous jail break in which the real life Sobhraj broke free with several prisoners.
Titli movie review: You end up feeling for Titli. You want him to break free, and fly away. He shines, and despite its darkness, so does the film.
Rock The Kasbah tries many things without any sense of history, geography or, less ambitiously, irony.
At a particularly fretful moment in 'The Last Witch Hunter', the 37th Dolan turns to Kaulder and asks, "Does that make sense to you?" The right question would be: "Did they think it should?"
Shaandaar review: Costumery may work with other actors, but it's wrong for Alia Bhatt, while Shahid Kapoor suffers from a badly-written character.
Little makes sense in this visually rich film from that director of the horror Crimson Peak excess Guillermo del Toro, that has ideas as wispy thin as the ghost -- or is it ghosts? -- that populates it.
"What defines us both as American? It is the Constitution, that is the only rule book." That's James B Donovan speaking, and once again Steven Spielberg hits the nail on the head with a film so politically astute for its times.
Wedding Pullav movie review: Rishi Kapoor, who can be relied upon to save sinking ships, has not one ounce of spark or novelty. Everything is predictable in the movie.
Pyaar Ka Punchanama 2 review: In the sequel to Pyaar Ka Punchnama, all we get is more of the same, minus the freshness and the age-appropriate smart lines.
When asked if she would want Salman Khan to launch her son's career, Bhagyashree said: "He launched Sooraj Pancholi. Let's leave it at that."
'Sicario', which means hitman, would suffer if Emily Blunt wasn't playing that role. But it also suffers for putting her there, as the outsider in a film with few people without blood on their hands.
Jazbaa review: It’s not as if Aishwarya Rai Bachchan gets Anuradha Verma, the anguished legal eagle who takes up cudgels for people whose guilt is beyond doubt, all wrong.
The Walk review: The film, and Gordon-Levitt, shines in this final act, as we watch, with our hearts in our mouths breath suspended, waiting for him to come back safely to the other side.
A debut documentary explores how sleep divides the city, separates the poor from the rich, the homeless from the privileged
The Martian review: Glee is the underlying narrative of from this surprisingly optimistic space tale the director who gave us Alien. 'Man stranded on Mars' is just the setting.
Talvar movie review: The film is as real as a constructed-for-the-camera document can be, with its portrayal of the professional rivalries between the investigating teams, and insatiable media persons.
'Puli' review: After the spectacular ‘Baahubali’, we were all set for an encore with ‘Puli’, yet another period fantasy from the South. But this one is a crashing bore.
Singh Is Bliing review: The only thing which saves it is that it wears its silliness proudly on its hero’s `pug’ ( turban), said hero smartly reworking his good-hearted simpleton who loves his mother and respects his father, and rescues his girl.
The Intern review: Surely, Anne Hathaway was the choice for this role because of The Devil Wears Prada.
Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials review - The film is nothing more than bombed-out buildings, uprooted roads, sandy banks, deserted malls, dust-laden vehicles, and lots and lots of zombies.
Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon review: The only reason not to run out of the theatre, screaming, is that Sharma displays a surprising flair for underplaying.
‘Timeout’ review: The movie raises a subject that is usually not tackled with any seriousness in our movies, places it at the heart of the story. For that alone it deserves props.
Calendar Girls review: An after-thought, which talks of how these girls are 'proud achievers’, comes in the end. The rest of the Madhur Bhandarkar's movie exploits young women being exploited.
After watching 'Pawn Sacrifice', the game, that involves kings, queens, knights and bishops, but essentially two players poring over a small table, will never look the same again.
'Black Mass' review: Covering the events between 1975 and 1992, the movie is essentially about FBI's arrangement with Depp's character that was only used by the latter to further his criminal run.
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