Twenty Five Twenty One review: Though hilarious and endearing, this K-drama stumbles because of inconsistent ending
There's enough brilliance in Twenty Five Twenty One to merit a watch, but the absence of detailing and realism in the final chapters is jarring
Inspector Koo review: Fast pace, deft humour, smart writing make this Korean drama gem of a crime show
Inspector Koo stands out for putting a 40-something, woman detective in the spotlight and for crafting an antagonist who is sadistic but still manages to tug at heartstrings.
The Devil Judge review: K-drama on Netflix loses sharpness along the way, yet makes for a worthy watch
While The Devil Judge protagonist Yohan may not have the charisma of transgressive heroes like Vincenzo, he is still fun to watch and his nemesis is one of the most charismatic villains of the K-drama in recent times.
Hush a Bye Baby: Read an excerpt from Deepanjana Pal's thriller about a high-profile doctor with a secret
In the world of Deepanjana Pal's Hush a Bye Baby, the police try to piece together evidence in a case against a leading gynaecologist accused of performing sex-selective abortions
Shaandaar is exactly the opposite of its title. It's sloppily written, lazily directed and completely without insight.
Pyaar ka Punchnama 2 is misogynistic and full of offensive stereotypes that you'd hope modern India would want to shatter rather than reinforce.
The only thing that tops the number of questions Gupta fails to answer is the amount of glycerine Bachchan and Azmi use in Jazbaa
JioMAMI Mumbai Film Festival gives a chance to see Hansal Mehta's Aligarh, which got a standing ovation at Busan Film Festival recently
Perhaps the most poignant part of The Walk is seeing the twin towers of New York standing, like sentinels in the Manhattan Skyline.
Singh is Bliing review: Akshay Kumar's energy and ballsy women characters make this an entertaining film
It might be just what the doctor ordered to lift your spirits after watching Talvar.
In Talvar, writer Vishal Bharadwaj and director Meghna Gulzar take us back to 2008, when the murders of Aarushi Talwar and Hemraj left the nation horrified.
The Martian review: Despite being a fanatsy, this Ridley Scott film doesn't feel fictional for a moment
Watch The Martian to find out how science colonises Mars (or at least tries to).
Bollywood et al will have to raise both their game and budgets many fold to be able to qualify for the Oscar race.
Calendar Girls is surprisingly balanced and even sensitive in parts only if one can scrape past the flawed layers.
Abbas-Mustan's Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoonstarring Kapil Sharma is a film stuck in the 90s that feels like an assault on the audience.
It's not about the flamboyant and triumphant judiciary that saves the day in so many reel and real life situations.
Court, which is doing the festival rounds and has received fulsome praise from critics the world over, won the awards for best international film in competition and best director at the Mumbai Film Festival. At least off screen, there was justice.
Even if you can't tell queen from rook, Pawn Sacrifice will still grip you from its opening scene.
In MSG 2, we're told right at the onset is based on true events and "a fiction" simultaneously
Black Mass ends up being a forgettable film, with only Johnny Depp’s unnervingly artificial and lifeless face lingering in memory