Irul review: The set-up of this Fahadh Faasil and Soubin Shahir starrer has promise and the actors are up for it too. However, the story-telling lets them down.
Silence… Can You Hear It review: Manoj Bajpayee takes the lead in this Zee5 police procedural as he solves a tricky murder.
Rang De review: Nithiin and Keerthy Suresh film feels like a comforting blanket in these unpredictable times. It provides much-needed warmth and allows you to delight in a sense of nostalgia.
Saina review: Parineeti Chopra gives us a good, solid Saina Nehwal. When she raises her racket after a hard-fought win, you cheer.
Aranya review: Aranya is redeemed by its soothing cinematography, Resul Pookutty's sound design, and, of course, Rana Daggubati's acting.
Pagglait review: With an ensemble cast and its heart in the right place, this Sanya Malhotra film only veers off-course when it becomes too heavy-handed.
Godzilla Vs Kong, streaming on BookMyShow Stream, would probably look spectacular wherever you watch it, but it absolutely dazzles on the big screen with epic monster-on-monster action and thunderous, almost deafening sound effects.
The Illegal movie review: This Suraj Sharma starrer revolves around the theme of identity and how the modern world, with its stringently drawn borders and anti-immigration sentiment, has hardwired us to reduce people to documents
The Priest movie review: The film follows the adventures of Mammootty's Fr Carmen Benedict as he tries to solve a slew of paranormal mysteries.
Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar review: Dibakar Banerji, who has a nuanced eye when it comes to depicting power play and class differences in the NCR, should have given us a tighter film.
Mumbai Saga movie review: In Sanjay Gupta’s better films, the bad guys used to be more interesting, the action used to be classy. This John Abraham-Emraan Hashmi film, however, feels jaded.
The Courier movie review: Watch this film for the story of Penkovsky and Wynne who went into history not knowing they had saved a disaster, and performances of Merab Ninidze and Benedict Cumberbatch who play them.
Zack Snyder's Justice League review: This movie is a comicbook fan's dream come true. Despite Snyder's indulgences, its visuals, splendour and scale make it a worthwhile Justice League story.
Teddy review: We get a water-down love story that squeezes all excitement and tension out of big ideas like international human organ racket, out-of-body experience, eidetic memory and a walking and talking teddy bear.
Roberrt movie review: Darshan and Asha Bhat starrer is yet another unsuccessful attempt at remaking Rajinikanth’s Baasha.
Roohi review: What’s missing is a coherent plot and writing. All we get is one cringe-inducing sequence after the next.
Bombay Rose movie review: It is nigh impossible to overstate how gorgeous this Gitanjali Rao film is.
Coming 2 America review: Eddie Murphy-starrer sequel is a largely unfunny film with paper-thin characters and a ludicrously predictable script that never progressed beyond the first draft.
Judas and the Black Messiah movie review: There are no greys in this film that hits the cinemas at the time of Black Lives Matter. It's about choosing sides and ‘heightening the contradictions’.
Nenjam Marappathillai movie review: Selvaraghavan takes us on a trippy journey to show how an empty heart is devil's workshop.
The Girl On The Train review: Overstated writing and choppy contrivances make Parineeti Chopra film go off the rails.
Naandhi review: The Allari Naresh starrer is not a perfect film with its 141-minute. It runs a little longer than necessary and misses the beat a few times.
Watch Flora and Ulysses, curled up on the couch, preferably with your family. With the year that the entire world has had, we could do with such films, which make you believe that better things are around the corner.
Pitta Kathalu review: The directors of this Shruthi Haasan, Eesha Rebba, Amala Paul and Saanve Megghana starrer have tried to be bold and daring, but it doesn't go far enough to make this Netflix anthology memorable.