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Putham Pudhu Kaalai Vidiyaadhaa movie review: A sequel with more effective pandemic perspectives
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Putham Pudhu Kaalai Vidiyaadhaa movie review: A sequel with more effective pandemic perspectives

Putham Pudhu Kaalai Vidiyaadhaa has great set of stories that captures the mosaic of emotions with greater detail

The King’s Man movie review: Superspy origin story meets quirky alt-history
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The King’s Man movie review: Superspy origin story meets quirky alt-history

The King's Man is made for those that find themselves at the precise intersection of ‘Kingsman fan’ and ‘history nerd’.

The Tragedy Of Macbeth movie review: Denzel Washington is nothing short of regal in Joel Coen’s unusual revisit
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The Tragedy Of Macbeth movie review: Denzel Washington is nothing short of regal in Joel Coen’s unusual revisit

The Tragedy Of Macbeth is highlighted by stunning visuals and atmospherics giving it a classy take on the timeless classic

The Tender Bar movie review: Ben Affleck is in fine form in George Clooney's frequently funny, empathetic directorial
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The Tender Bar movie review: Ben Affleck is in fine form in George Clooney's frequently funny, empathetic directorial

George Clooney lets his protagonist breathe, and The Tender Bar is a richer, funnier, wiser story because of that.

Anbarivu movie review: HipHop Tamizha's 'family entertainer' lacks novelty with its narrative
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Anbarivu movie review: HipHop Tamizha's 'family entertainer' lacks novelty with its narrative

Anbarivu tries to question casteist practises but lacks the nuance and sophistication to make a compelling argument.

Minnal Murali movie review: Tovino Thomas is a charming, true-blue desi, out-and-out naadan superhero
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Minnal Murali movie review: Tovino Thomas is a charming, true-blue desi, out-and-out naadan superhero

Basil Joseph's film may be a tribute to the Hollywood superhero genre and made on a larger budget than is the norm with Malayalam cinema, but it is also everything that the Malayalam New New Wave of the past decade is loved for across India.

The Matrix Resurrections movie review: Reboot of the 1999 seminal movie is more entertaining than ground-breaking
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The Matrix Resurrections movie review: Reboot of the 1999 seminal movie is more entertaining than ground-breaking

For just the masala, the nostalgia, and the many Easter Eggs, The Matrix Resurrections is worth a watch.

83 movie review: Team Kabir Khan and Ranveer Singh bring the Cup home … again
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83 movie review: Team Kabir Khan and Ranveer Singh bring the Cup home … again

83 is a stirring reminder of a time when pride in a national team’s achievement united India and national pride had not yet been weaponised by the mob.

Swan Song movie review: Mahershala Ali's Apple TV offering is sombre, slow-burning, even ponderous in parts
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Swan Song movie review: Mahershala Ali's Apple TV offering is sombre, slow-burning, even ponderous in parts

Some scenes are filled with vast stretches of morose silence. What makes it work are the performances, led by a winsome double role by Mahershala Ali.

Spider-Man: No Way Home movie review: Tingly nostalgia, feel-good drama abound in superhero flick that knows which boxes to tick
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Spider-Man: No Way Home movie review: Tingly nostalgia, feel-good drama abound in superhero flick that knows which boxes to tick

No Way Home isn’t competing with other Spider-Man films, but with Avengers: Endgame in that regard. That was a bigger film and perhaps a more satisfying one, but I’d argue this one’s a better film because it remains focussed on Peter Parker/Spider-Man and his baggage.

Jan-E-Man movie review: An immaculate blend of laughter, tears, sense and sensitivity
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Jan-E-Man movie review: An immaculate blend of laughter, tears, sense and sensitivity

The outcome of Chidambaram's confident direction and a sharp script is an intelligent and entertaining film.

Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui movie review: A breezy ‘social message’ rom-com that punches well above its weight
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Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui movie review: A breezy ‘social message’ rom-com that punches well above its weight

Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui is meant to be a light-hearted depiction of a serious subject; and the film approaches its characters and plot exactly that way.

Jail movie review: GV Prakash film doesn't live up to its potential
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Jail movie review: GV Prakash film doesn't live up to its potential

Despite its grounded landscape, Jail’s narrative treads very familiar paths -- A corrupt police official, two warring drug gangs, an innocent studious guy who becomes unintentional collateral, deaths.

West Side Story movie review: Steven Spielberg musical is an empty spectacle
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West Side Story movie review: Steven Spielberg musical is an empty spectacle

Energy is all Steven Spielberg's West Side Story has to offer. Not feeling. Rarely meaning.

Tadap movie review: Ahan Shetty directorial debut hinges on plot twist that's gateway to misogyny
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Tadap movie review: Ahan Shetty directorial debut hinges on plot twist that's gateway to misogyny

The characters in Tadap have no shades, this makes it even less possible to empathise or sympathise with their predicament.

Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City movie review – Horror beats are accompanied by moments of absurdity
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Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City movie review – Horror beats are accompanied by moments of absurdity

The film is stuck piling character upon character for much of its runtime, while also keeping the zombie-virus threat in the fray constantly.

Bob Biswas movie review: Abhishek Bachchan is Kahaani’s eerie hitman in a spin-off that struggles to lift off
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Bob Biswas movie review: Abhishek Bachchan is Kahaani’s eerie hitman in a spin-off that struggles to lift off

Unlike Saswata Chatterjee who played the original Bob Biswas in Kahaani, Abhishek Bachchan never quite gets under Bob’s skin. Nor does this script.

Marakkar Arabikadalinte Simham movie review: Mohanlal-led war drama is remarkably unremarkable
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Marakkar Arabikadalinte Simham movie review: Mohanlal-led war drama is remarkably unremarkable

Earlier this year, Marakkar scooped up three National Awards, including the coveted National Award for Best Feature Film. The achievement serves as a painful reminder of how terribly wrong awards juries can sometimes be.

Akhanda movie review: For better or worse, this is everything you expect from a Nandamuri Balakrishna-Boyapati Srinu film
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Akhanda movie review: For better or worse, this is everything you expect from a Nandamuri Balakrishna-Boyapati Srinu film

Akhanda is a film where a human bone breaks and it makes the sound of a plastic bottle being crushed. Everything is deliberately loud and glib.

The Power Of The Dog movie review: Fierce, brutal in its own way, and wildly beautiful at end of it all
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The Power Of The Dog movie review: Fierce, brutal in its own way, and wildly beautiful at end of it all

In The Power of the Dog, director Jane Campion finds that rare, lyrical way to suppress everything the western genre obviates without losing its harsh, exterior coating.