Ram, known for his comic and lover boy roles — is pushing the boundaries to move into mass action roles. He does a decent job trying to fit into those shoes.
MS Dhoni The Untold Story movie review: Despite Sushant Singh Rajput and rest of the cast's efforts, the film fails because it is not Mahendra Singh Dhoni's biography, it is his hagiography.
Majnu movie review: Nani is the beating heart of this film as he manages to not only give a great performance but also rope other actors to give their best.
Bridget Jones's Baby movie review: Bridget doesn't have an easy time having that child. It is a labour -- of love, still -- for the rest of us too.
The Magnificent Seven movie review: Fifty-six years later, Antoine Fuqua movie seems way past its sell-by date, and without bringing little new to the table.
Parched movie review: Radhika Apte, Surveen Chawla and Tannishtha Chatterjee's film is failed by too much violence and unnecessary gloss. Some things are better left to the imagination.
Banjo movie review: Riteish Deshmukh, Nargis Fakhri's film tries your patience and sanity. Full of shouty dialogues and expected situations, even most of the songs fail to live up to its theme.
Thodari movie review: Film's half-baked script and weak characters fail Dhanush as well as the audience.
The Shallows movie review: Blake Lively starrer can seem repetitive, and a little pointless in the talk that Nancy has going with the seagull and later with a camera.
The Light Between Oceans movie review: "You only have to forgive once." For all its faults, Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander starrer can be forgiven for giving us this one line.
Nirmala Convent movie review: Roshan Meka and Shriya Sharma's pair gives film some freshness, but the film fails to offer anything new in terms of script.
Raaz Reboot movie review: Move over garlic buds and religious symbols, this Emraan Hashmi film can drive out the evil spirits – and paying audience -- with the power of mangalsutra.
Pink movie review: The film starring Amitabh Bachchan and Taapsee Pannu sledgehammers the message that when a woman says no, she means no. It underlines a woman’s freedom to her own sexuality.
Oozham movie review: Jeethu Joseph whose 'Drishyam' had won critical acclaim, fails to produce any out-of-the-box wonders in this Prithviraj Sukumaran revenge saga.
Jyo Achyutananda movie review: The movie, in its entirety, is perfectly laced with comic incidents and rhetoric taking place under one roof (technically two roofs).
Sully movie review: In this Clint Eastwood film, Tom Hanks plays the all-American hero who has this ship cruising even through turbulent spots.
Freaky Ali review: Nawazuddin Siddiqui in a light-hearted role is a delight. Now only if this film could have lived up to his performance.
Baar Baar Dekho movie review: Katrina Kaif’s limited emoting abilities, Sidharth Malhotra’s one-note performance and a banal script, this is not a match made in heaven
Oppam movie review: Mohanlal's exceptional performance makes this average thriller by Priyadarshan an intriguing watch.
Iru Mugan movie review: Vikram in a double role, Nayanthara and Nithya Menen cannot rescue this sloppily written sci-fi. The saving grace of this Onam release.
Skiptrace movie review: The Jackie Chan film builds towards a buddy partnership as action remains unimaginative and the laughs few.
Don't Breathe movie review: Stephen Lang plays an Iraq War veteran who scares three teenaged robbers, and us, with his heavily wrinkled face and unseeing steely grey eyes before he turns tha tables on them.
Janatha Garage movie review: Despite a good message, Mohanlal and Jr NTR film is a predictable, run-of-the-mill drama that fails to offer anything new.
Akira review: Sonakshi Sinha kicks butt in the A R Murugadoss film but is limited by her role. Despite Anurag Kashyap's deliciously bad performance, Akira falls into a sinkhole.
Island City movie review: Ruchika Oberoi's film focusses on how impersonal and transactional life in a big city can be. It reaches a point when the one capable of any human warmth, is, ironically, a robot.
A film follows a Nepalese family as their dream of leading a better life is shattered.
Nine Lives movie review: It is a desperate attempt at making the audience laugh.
Mechanic: Resurrection movie review: Jason Statham tries hard to stay upbeat with his adrenaline rushing avatar. But somewhere in the middle he gets trapped in bad script and forced action.
A Flying Jatt review: Tiger Shroff plays the bumbling, fumbling superhero with panache. What could have been a rollicking film falls prey to too much song and dance.
Brett Lee, surprisingly, isn’t bad at all, and manages the emotional bits quite well, though he does flatten in bits.
Pete's Dragon movie review: With this film, there was a chance to tell the story of a town that changes when it manages to capture a dragon, but the film doesn't have its heart set on it.
Ben-Hur movie review: Director Timur Bekmambetov's attempt to keep a distance from the 1959 version fails due to how far it seeks to travel. The ending even further dilutes whatever little impact it may have had.
Pinneyum movie review: Despite good performances by Dileep and Kavya Madhavan, Adoor Gopalakrishnan film fails due to obvious flaws in script and dialogues.
Happy Bhag Jayegi movie review: Diana Penty, Abhay Deol film begins well but soon the laughs are few and far between. A weak script fails this film and its cast.
Pretham movie review: This may be a horror comedy but the scare factor is not high. Watch out for Jayasurya as a mentalist who again proves his versatility.
Mohenjo Daro movie review: Hrithik Roshan and Ashutosh Gowariker excavate the past but can't dig up a proper comeback for both of them. Pooja Hegde sparkles but is failed by Mohenjo Daro.