Marriage Story movie review: Scarlett Johansson is vulnerable and strong, confident and unsure, generous and stern, all at the same time, as giving to tears as spontaneous action, her unforgettable lips a picture of masterful quiver.
Irandam Ulagaporin Kadaisi Gundu movie review: An unconventional narrative that focuses on the working class from a new lens.
Pati Patni Aur Woh movie review: If only this new triangle had made more of Vedika’s spunk, and Tapasya’s spirit, it would have been a much more interesting take on contemporary marriages and mores.
Ashutosh Gowariker has the right to creative license, and he has chosen the line which bends both fact and credulity. But did Panipat, which clocks in nearly three hours run time, need to be quite such a drudge?
The Report movie review: With The Report, director Scott Z Burns isn't shy of throwing information at you, but he makes sure that you never drown in that sea of details.
With Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen playing the parts, could the plot of this film based on a novel by the same name get more delicious?
Knives Out movie review: Daniel Craig, Jamie Lee Curtis, Toni Collette and Christopher Plummer slip into their roles with relish.
Enai Noki Paayum Thota movie review: Dhanush-Gautham Menon deliver an underwhelming romantic actioner.
The two leads aren’t bad, Shivaleeka Oberoi pulling off her part with some amount of confidence and Vardhan Puri (the grandson of Amrish Puri) showing a glimpse of promise, minus the grandpa’s towering build or the gravelly voice.
Adutha Saattai movie review: At 127 minutes, Adutha Saattai struggles to keep us hooked. Even Samuthirakani, who is supposed to be its saving grace, doesn't rise above the mediocre plot.
Commando 3 movie review: Though Vidyut Jammwal does the heroic things, like thumping thugs and rescuing fair maidens, it is Gulshan Devaiah who steals the show in this patchily plotted, predictable actioner.
The Irishman movie review: This is not a film about growing up but growing old, about what all those years of living entail -- the choices, the betrayals, the loneliness, the love, the pain as well as the aches.
There is no attempt to relieve the tension, no little side stories to humour its audience, and almost no strained sentimentality. However, that both serves this deeply chilling script well -- more chilling for it being real -- and takes away from it.
George Reddy movie review: George Reddy was a tough guy who could solve a complicated math problem. That's a combination we are used to seeing in the make-believe world of movies. But, to know a man like that existed in real life, is quite inspiring.
Adithya Varma movie review: Tamil cinema's love for toxic romance continues with this Dhruv Vikram-starrer.
Pagalpanti movie review: Some good actors have lent their names to this mess, for what can’t be any other reason than money and the hits somehow against Anees Bazmee’s name.
KD movie review: KD falls under the feel-good film category. It is straight from the heart and certainly, a must-watch.
21 Bridges movie review: Several good actors, and charismatic ones like Chadwick Boseman and Sienna Miller, are wasted in this by-the-book crime thriller that seems even more ridiculous as it builds up to its climax.
Bikram Yogi, Guru, Predator review: Making of a megalomaniac who thought himself to be a man above law and given the life he is leading now, it would be safe to say that he believes it till date