Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare movie review: Konkona and Bhumi’s natural sensitivity is overshadowed by a vague script
If thematic courage, a feminist soul and liberal ideals alone were the determining factors, then Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare would have deserved a thumbs up.
V is a Telugu film, and if a top star is portrayed as an anti-hero, he cannot be a diabolical person at any cost.
I'm Thinking of Ending Things movie review: Charlie Kaufman dreams up a masterful mind-boggler sure to be dissected for ages
Watching I'm Thinking of Ending Things on Netflix, you are bound to experience some metaphysical whiplash as the membrane between subjective memory and objective reality becomes permeable.
C U Soon movie review: Fahadh Faasil & Friends snatch innovation from the jaws of the lockdown for a clever thriller
C U Soon is a remarkably pacy entertainer and a perfect antidote to the immobility that the pandemic has imposed on us.
Bhattsaab emerged from retirement to make… this?
The under-10s will be charmed by the cuteness overkill, but for the adults, The One and Only Ivan is the cinematic equivalent of roadkill.
Class of '83 movie review: Bobby Deol and his terrific co-stars are the icing on a masterclass in entertaining minimalism
Class of '83 demands close attention and that's not hard to give because the director and editor keep it rivetting at all times.
Mee Raqsam movie review: Baba and Shabana Azmi's tribute to Kaifisaab is all heart and ordinary execution
The journey from progressive thoughts to good cinema is a long one, and Mee Raqsam, courageous though it is, has not made it.
Khuda Haafiz movie review: Vidyut Jammwal tones down his punches in a good-hearted but thrill-less thriller
A film cannot be carried on the shoulders of positive intentions alone, and the fact is that everything else about Khuda Haafiz feels generic and dull.
Project Power feels more like a refreshment of superhero films and series past than a whole meal.
The Wretched movie review: New horror film, streaming on Amazon Prime Video, boasts of Big Witch Energy
The Wretched is an occult horror movie possessed by the spirit of teen seaside summers past. Hidden in their troubled co-existence is a potentially much better but eventually unrealised film.
Honey Trehan's whodunnit, Raat Akeli Hai, which premiered on Netflix on 31 July, ticks all the right boxes.
Shakuntala Devi's writers seem conflicted in their approach to a woman who was not made for domesticity and awkward about homosexuality.
Uma Maheswara Ugra Roopasya has a backdrop that’s rarely explored in Telugu cinema. It normalises the idea that heroism doesn’t have to be testimony of one’s masculinity.
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.
The Old Guard movie review: Charlize Theron's Netflix film about ageless warriors gets old real fast
The Old Guard fails to capture the appeal the comic had for readers to the uninitiated viewers.
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.