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Taxiwaala movie review: Vijay Deverakonda’s horror comedy is watchable

Taxiwaala movie review: Barring a few glaring gaps in the story, Rahul Sankrityan has managed to whip up a pretty decent potboiler that leans heavily on Vijay Deverakonda's charms and his newfound stardom.

Thimiru Pudichavan movie review: This unbearable cop film tests your patience

Thimiru Pudichavan movie review: Even quite a decent actor like Vijay Antony can’t save Thimiru Pudichavan.

Kaatrin Mozhi movie review: Jyotika makes this family drama entertaining to watch

Kaatrin Mozhi movie review: Barring a few cliched comedy portions, Kaatrin Mozhi, starring Jyotika, Vidharth and Lakshmi Manchu, certainly has its moments.

Amar Akbar Anthony movie review: This Ravi Teja starrer is an incoherent mess

Amar Akbar Anthony movie review: Ravi Teja's Amar Akbar Anthony is an incoherent mess that sets a new benchmark for unintelligent films that disrespect the knowledge, time, and money of the audience.

Boy Erased movie review: Watch it for Lucas Hedges and Nicole Kidman

Boy Erased movie review: Lucas Hedges is a brilliant actor, and his transition from a boy who adores his parents to one who begins to question their ways, is heart-breaking.

Fantastic Beasts The Crimes of Grindelwald movie review: David Yates and JK Rowling deliver yet again

Where Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald scores, and full marks to both JK Rowling and recurring Harry Potter director David Yates here, is in putting their imaginations on screen.

Mohalla Assi movie review: The Sunny Deol film is a missed opportunity

Mohalla Assi movie review: Mohalla Assi is not much of a film. It’s just a collection of choppy scenes, making it seem that it was censored heavily.

Bohemian Rhapsody movie review: This is Queen anaesthetised for PG-13 rating

Bohemian Rhapsody movie review: Rami Malek puts in an astonishing bit of work getting Freddie right (especially with those teeth), and makes light work of it, his eyes reflecting the hunger the film never sweats to show.

The Grinch movie review: Cameron Seely steals the show

The Grinch movie review: The film is at its most entertaining when the night that Grinch strikes eventually draws near.

Thugs of Hindostan movie review: Thuggery on a large scale, with viewers at the receiving end

Not only do you end up picking up on past films, scenes and references, you are left struggling with staleness and boredom.

Sarkar movie review: Not a Sarkar Deepavali

Sarkar movie review: Vijay’s terrific screen presence makes this underwritten saga somewhat bearable.

Drama movie review: The Mohanlal starrer is a feel-good comedy entertainer

More than story, the performances of the star cast lifts up Drama. Ranjith understands that it takes a team of seasoned performers to make the comedy work in such a gloomy setting.

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