The Wretched movie review: New horror film, streaming on Amazon Prime Video, boasts of Big Witch Energy
The Wretched topped the North American box office for six consecutive weeks through its screening across drive-in theatres during the coronavirus outbreak.
Shakuntala Devi's writers seem conflicted in their approach to a woman who was not made for domesticity and awkward about homosexuality.
Having seen Tigmanshu Dhulia's earlier works like Haasil, Saheb Biwi aur Gangster, and Paan Singh Tomar, it is hard to believe that he also made this film.
Dil Bechara movie review: Sushant Singh Rajput's last bow is tough to watch, because it's his last...and it's dull
Dil Bechara subtracts from the positives of the original with its slipshod rewriting, sloppy editing, and ordinary production quality.
Pavsacha Nibandh review: Nagraj Manjule overturns romanticism of rains with a simple tale on social inequity
Pavsacha Nibandh packs bucketloads of rainy atmospherics and brims with ideas that are given ample time to settle gradually in the audience’s mind.
Greyhound movie review: Tom Hanks’ naval thriller struggles to stay afloat in WWII’s hell and high waters
Greyhound is not the movie to expect an Oscar-worthy Tom Hanks performance or an unflinching World War II portrait.
Family Romance, LLC movie review: Werner Herzog explores the complex popularity of Japan's Rent-a-Family industry
Family Romance, LLC, now streaming on MUBI India, benefits from director Werner Herzog’s masterful execution.
Sufiyum Sujatayum movie review: Jayasurya is more effective in his supporting role than the leads of this listless film
Deceptive marketing might have been partly forgiven if Sufiyum Sujatayum had something worthwhile to offer.
Hamilton movie review: Film adaptation of the iconic Broadway on Disney+ boasts of rich archival value
The audience on Disney+ Hotstar get beyond "the best seat in the house" through the agile cinematography that documents Hamilton.
Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga movie review — Bland narrative in guise of a sharp satire
Eurovision Song Contest is not an out-and-out parody of the musical extravaganza, but neither is it an intelligent musical satire.
Bhonsle movie review: Devashish Makhija's fascinating character study is enriched by Manoj Bajpayee’s performance
Bhonsle is a sombre, little film with tempered ambition and a strong backbone.
7500 movie review: Joseph Gordon-Levitt thriller, on Amazon Prime Video, is a cliché-riddled airplane hijacking saga
7500 marks German writer-director Patrick Vollrath's feature film debut.
Penguin movie review: Keerthy Suresh shoulders thrilling, though unconvincing, search for a lost child
Penguin draws a clear line — this is a story about a mother. Rhythm is only that. For her, and for the film, that is enough.
Chaman Bahaar movie review: Jitendra Kumar's new heartland tale falls short of creating any lasting impression
Despite the strong subject and rustic charm of it, Chaman Bahaar fails to bring home any valid point.
Kadakh movie review: Rajat Kapoor's dark comedy is an 'amoral tale' about a motley group of flawed characters
Rajat Kapoor's seventh feature film Kadakh starts off with a man who is confronted by a stranger on his affair with his wife. But there is lot more to uncover.
Da 5 Bloods movie review: Spike Lee turns Vietnam War into ambitious manifesto on racism and reparations
Gifted with chilling foresight, Spike Lee offers a meditation on current circumstances by looking through the prism of the past.
Gulabo Sitabo is a slow burn — like October — despite its sense of humour, mischievous characters and the tongue firmly placed in its cheek.
Artemis Fowl movie review: Adaptation of fascinating books reduced to Hollywood's formulaic young adult fantasy
Kenneth Branagh's Artemis Fowl does away with the uniqueness and nuance of the books it is adapting in favour of a formulaic Young Adult fantasy film.
Axone movie review: A clever yet meandering satire on discrimination against Northeast migrants in Delhi
Though it could have been a compelling satire or a delectable thriller, Axone is treated like a slice-of-life drama that ends up adding too many ingredients to its broth.
What is not vintage Anurag Kashyap is the lack of clarity and sharpness in what he seems to be saying about demonetisation and "achhe din" in Choked.