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Gang Leader movie review: A okayish film saved by Nani’s performance

Gang Leader has its moments, thanks to Nani's effortless presence. He keeps the scenes lively and bright. It is not a bad film but that doesn't mean it is outstanding either.

Dream Girl movie review: Ayushmann Khurrana saves the day

Dream Girl movie review: You stay watching Dream Girl for Ayushmann Khurrana. He plays Karam/Pooja with grace and conviction, and makes this thing sing.

Ready or Not movie review: Comedy of Terrors

Treading Get Out territory, but not as much a social commentary as it would like to be, Ready or Not is a comic-horror flick that is not shy of blood, gore or pushing the envelope, but isn't finally as good as it promises to be.

Pailwaan movie review: An ode to Sudeep’s newly-gained muscles

Pailwaan movie review: Sudeep does a lot for the script than the cliche-filled script does for him.

Ittymaani Made in China movie review: This Mohanlal comedy is a disappointment

With such a goofball setup and an actor like Mohanlal, the directors could have done a better job. While the script has no originality or fresh ideas, it is Mohanlal who gives everything to make even a dull scene tolerable.

Sivappu Manjal Pachai movie review: A Vikraman-esque film made by Sasi in 2019

Sivappu Manjal Pachai movie review: Siddharth, GV Prakash Kumar-starrer Sivappu Manjal Pachai is a predictable family drama.

Brother’s Day movie review: This Prithviraj film is horrible

Brother's Day movie review: Brother's Day, starring Prithviraj, Prasanna and Aishwarya Lekshmi among others, is desperate, shameful and sinister.

Zombie movie review: Downright silly, cringe-worthy and disturbing

Zombie movie review: Bhuvan R Nullan directorial Zombie, starring Yashika Aannand, Yogi Babu and Bijili Ramesh among others, is an utterly shoddy film that is best forgotten.

Magamuni movie review: Santhakumar and Arya deliver the goods

Magamuni movie review: Magamuni reassures there is an audience for smartly-packaged off-beat films.

Chhichhore movie review: A disappointing fare

Sushant Singh Rajput, a dependable actor otherwise, cringingly struggles here both as a college student and a grieving father. As his ex-college mate and now former wife, Shraddha Kapoor (playing Maya), has only so much to do.

IT Chapter Two movie review: An unnecessary sequel

IT Chapter Two movie review: In 2017's IT, what worked the best was that it was children, mostly quite wonderful in their roles, who were in harm's way. It's not as easy to empathise with middle-aged people, who are not as nice in their older avatars, like any of us.

Love Action Drama movie review: Nivin Pauly and Nayanthara shine in entertaining romantic drama

Love Action Drama movie review: Love Action Drama is no Vadakkunokkiyanthram, but it still works, thanks to the energy that Nivin Pauly and Nayanthara bring to the screen.