Articles by Mihir Fadnavis
May 23, 2018
Cargo movie review: Steering clear of genre clichés makes this zombie film a dazzling experienceThose willing to venture off the beaten zombie blockbuster path will find Cargo a dazzling, intellectually stimulating and also an emotionally rewarding film.
May 18, 2018
Deadpool 2 movie review: Ryan Reynolds champions a sequel that's as memorable, entertaining as the first filmDeadpool 2 is a highly gratifying movie that we should be thankful for, for being so different than the rest of the pack.
May 12, 2018
Monster Hunt 2 movie review: This sequel is for those who think bigger is better no matter how hollow the contentWatching Monster Hunt 2 feels like seeing a big budget weird YouTube video featuring Chinese people doing weird stuff against canned laughter.
May 09, 2018
The VVitch movie review: Robert Eggers' film is a true modern horror classic that deserves immediate viewingThe VVitch is a rare film that establishes an inescapable mood that sticks with you. By the time it ends, you’ll feel like you just watched something you were probably forbidden from doing so.
May 08, 2018
Cannes 2018: Most anticipated films in lineup from Nuri Ceylan's The Wild Pear Tree to Asghar Farhadi's Everybody KnowsOnce Upon a Time in Anatolia and Uzak-helmer Nuri Ceylan’s latest is poised to be another glacially-paced, three hour character conflict study.
Apr 26, 2018
Avengers: Infinity War movie review — Marvel sets the bar high with a film that's worth all the hypeHow the Russos pulled off Avengers: Infinity War, an acceptable method of tonal shifts, that too whilst juggling dozens of central characters is something that needs to be studied with multiple viewings
Apr 23, 2018
Avengers: Infinity War — From unwieldy ensemble to superhero fatigue, many challenges for Marvel's nextLet's hope the Russos can repeat their magic with Avengers: Infinity War without making things seem tacked on just for the sake of crafting an ‘event movie’
Apr 20, 2018
Truth or Dare movie review: Everything you don't want in a horror film — cheesy plot, lack of decent scaresTruth or Dare has everything that you don’t want in a horror movie – cheesy plotting, unintentionally hilarious performances, lack of decent scares or gore
Apr 13, 2018
Rampage movie review: Dwayne Johnson's monster film is unadulterated cinematic junk food served on biggest possible platterRampage is the moronic but undeniably entertaining 12-year-old child of Skull Island and Rise of the Apes.
Apr 06, 2018
Peter Rabbit movie review: James Corden turns this generic animation film into a crass stand up actPeter Rabbit isn’t quite as memorable but may just be fun enough for kids. Adults, however, will need a bit of patience to deal with the film.