Comedians usually romanticize their growing-up years in their hometowns (or countries); in Noah’s case, it’s South Africa.
There’s something juicy about a true crime series in which the needle of suspicion moves from one character to the next.
Recurring actors, melancholic conversations about the loss of memories, and the importance of being kind are the hallmarks of Mike Flanagan’s shows.
Ponniyin Selvan, at first, feels like it was shot in the same terrain as Ratnam’s other Vikram and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan starrer, Raavanan (2010). There’s water everywhere – and unrest, too.
The women of After Sappho aren’t just some of the best people in the writing business; they’re also trailblazers.
The movie humanizes the lives of gangsters who’re at the bottom of the chain.
Captain is a monsoon without the thunder and showers.
Cobra falls somewhere between watchable and could-have-been-better.
Thiruchitrambalam is as much a story of love as it is about letting bygones be bygones.
Parthiban treats the movie as a Rubik’s cube where his character looks back at all the mistakes he’s made.
Love alone doesn’t win at the end of the day in Yaanai. Dysfunctional families that remain functional during a malfunction also win here.
Maamanithan doesn’t beat around the bush and tells a nice story straight from the heart.
One of the better things about the movie is its action choreography. And this is where it scores the highest.
Damodar Mauzo’s latest collection revolves around men who belong to different religions and castes but the characters aren't dipped in the ink of political correctness either.
In Telugu cinema, filmmakers often forget about people and stories outside the borders of big cities and urban milieus. Middle Class Melodies broke this mould.
Gang Leader seems like a comedy thriller, which it very much is, but if you look closely, it’s also about many other things.
Girish Karnad's filmography in Kannada cinema demonstrates his penchant for layered social commentary
Even a hundred years later, Girish Karnad's plays and films will teach many important lessons to viewers on the things that went wrong in the 20th century.
Katheyondu Shuruvagide movie review: Senna Hegde changes how love stories will be told in Kannada cinema
Katheyondu Shuruvagide boasts of an optimistic arc and lack of monotonousness in its breathing frames.