Tribhanga movie review: Watching these flawed women bond is a moving, sometimes amusing, thought-provoking experience
Tribhanga is an entertaining, thoughtful, well-acted female bonding flick, as unconventional as the three women whose stories it tells
Director Suseenthiran doesn’t know where to take the film once he's established the characters.
Bhoomi movie review: Jayam Ravi's film is a potpourri of ill-researched ideas punctuated with loud screams
Bhoomi doesn’t give you a moment to breathe or even feel what just hit you.
In her directorial debut, Regina King adapts the Kemp Powers play One Night in Miami, which imagines the four Black icons trying to reconcile their private lives with their public spheres.
Maara movie review: R Madhavan's film demands patience of a hopeless romantic to invest in the story
If you aren’t instinctively drawn to the mystical world creates, R Madhavan's Maara is a drag
Pieces of a Woman movie review: Vanessa Kirby stuns as a mother shattered by grief in this mournful melodrama
Pieces of a Woman is most rewarding when Kirby is the emotional centre of gravity. She substantiates the perspective of a mother struggling to accept and endure an unimaginable loss in silence.
Ram Prasad Ki Tehrvi had its world premiere at the Jio MAMI 21st Mumbai Film Festival in 2019 and has released in theatres on 1 Jan, 2021.
Solo Brathuke So Better movie review: Sai Dharam Tej's film sacrifices its soul to strip the characters of charisma
Solo Brathuke So Better chugs along to make its point about the need for a companion, but the journey is bland
Oru Pakka Kadhai movie review: Balaji Tharaneetharan offers one of the sharpest critiques of modern Tamil society
The biggest success of Oru Pakka Kathai is the adamant normalcy with which it treats everything.
While most Pixar films appeal to children and adults, Soul is a film that would speak more to adults, especially those suffering through a midlife crisis.
In Coolie No. ItShouldNeverHaveBeenDone, the pace lags, the worn-out formulae are a bore, Dhawan Junior is off colour, Sara Ali Khan is a mere glamorous prop looking bizarre in the kind of outfits that looked awful when Karisma Kapoor wore them in the 1990s and are just as horrendous in 2020.
AK vs AK movie review: Anil Kapoor, Anurag Kashyap are a perfect match for this genre-bending slugfest
With AK vs AK on Netflix India, director Vikramaditya Motwane shows once again why he defies definition and slotting.
Gal Gadot's sequel of her 2017 superhero film is as big and broad as they come, but it’s also filled with laughs, spectacle, and a whole lot of heart.
The backstory of George Clooney's protagonist is built on emotionally thin ice that shatters under the larger dramatic weight of his space opera.
Chadwick Boseman shows just why the world will miss his talent. His death unquestionably haunts the film like a shadow.
Paava Kadhaigal movie review: Netflix Tamil anthology deftly explores why the regular is right and the different is sinful
Paava Kadhaigal is a call to reject the family that rejects equality.
Unpaused movie review: Young and old, poor migrants and the lonely rich share space in a pleasant pandemic anthology
Unpaused is important because it serves to chronicle the slice of history we are now living through. It helps that it is also an enjoyable, insightful affair.
Eeb Allay Ooo! movie review: Prateek Vats’ feature length fiction debut is truly representative of Delhi
Eeb Allay Ooo! thrives due to the strength of its central performance and the restrained grandeur of its ideas.
The Prom movie review: Ryan Murphy's Broadway adaptation on Netflix is a snoozefest despite stellar cast
The Prom tries inducing doses of the thrills of live musicals but forgets to back it up with a meaningful story.
I'm Your Woman movie review: Rachel Brosnahan is Marvelous Mrs. Mobster in Julia Hart's crime thriller
Rachel Brosnahan portrays a loneliness so quiet and a paranoia so relentless it haunts the film like atmosphere.