In a film like Jogi – the victim remains the victim, the perpetrator remains the perpetrator.
Liger is such a blatant attack on good taste and ‘progressive’ values that one might even be forgiven for thinking of the film as a social media troll.
The premise of Shyam Sunder’s Birth is an interesting one – and it surely has a few merits of its own. However, the end product doesn’t quite match up to its initial promise, and that’s a tragedy.
Nope is the latest proof that in a Jordan Peele film, the joke is always on us, even when there’s no joke in sight.
Brad Pitt's Bullet Train tries to be a light-footed entertainer about the world’s deadliest assassins being on board a train between Tokyo and Kyoto, with conflicting missions, resulting in a screwball comedy with spectacular action sequences.
While a 'twist' is never the answer, one of the serious drawbacks of The Gray Man – is how little of it you don’t see coming from a mile away.
Hit: The First Case sees competent actors like Rajkummar Rao and Sanya Malhotra get sucked in by the T-Series formula, and spit out arguably their career’s worst performance.
Director Srijit Mukherji takes Sherdil's promising premise and suspends it mid-air like it is a wildlife documentary.
In Raj Mehta’s Jugjugg Jeeyo, under the ‘progressive’ cloak lies a male ego that needs to be massaged every second scene.
Joseph Kosinski’s film conceals its cards, to appear ‘cerebral’. As the latter hour reveals, it’s not as smart as it thinks it is. In fact, it is not smart at all.
Samrat Prithviraj unfolds like a straightforward sequence of Wikipedia entries: early childhood, first battle, marriage, second battle, death, legacy.
The real-life story behind Jungle Cry is ripe for a film adaptation, but despite the best intentions of Abhay Deol’s film, it turns the fable almost ineffectual.
Top Gun: Maverick is a rare sequel that is arguably better than the original, especially how it sneaks in the fan service without drawing any attention.
Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 feels like a step back especially four years after Stree, a film that used the same mould of horror-comedy to deliver a pointed commentary
Moon Knight keeps seesawing trying to trip its audience with gotcha twists, and yet as the show goes on the more convoluted it becomes.
Heropanti 2 movie review: Tiger Shroff, Ahmed Khan's new film makes Baaghi 2 look like a modern classic
The problem with Heropanti 2 is not that it belongs to the genre called Tiger Shroff; the problem is that it is more scattered, illogical, and lazy than Shroff’s earlier films.
Gaslit’s ensemble cast is the stuff of dreams, delivering multiple narrative arcs in this slow-burn political thriller
All The Old Knives commits to its old-school sentimentality of a '90s movie, serving a delicious, slow-cooked thriller
Would any self-respecting actor (especially as passionate as Rishi Kapoor) have agreed to this hodge-podge that is equal parts of a ‘tribute’ and a barely salvaged film relying heavily on the generosity of its audience?
Whatever might be the measures taken by an earlier John Abraham film, there seems to be a renewed bloodlust in Attack, that’s actively trying to court the ‘masses’ of Uri and The Kashmir Files