The show is hilarious in the use of slapstick, situational comedy, one- liners and silence.
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There are plot twists and flashbacks galore, but this oblique critique of superhero origin stories gives you little to invest in.
In a film that settles for broad strokes instead of nuance, the odds are already stacked against a memorable performance.
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Petta turns out be yet another outing for Rajinikanth who relies on gimmicks rather than solid performance.
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Inspired by a true story, the film tracks a desperate 90-year-old who finds himself broke and decides to transport drugs for a Mexican cartel.
A star-studded cast and a whole lot of nostalgia make this musical a fun watch.
There’s still plenty of metal-on-metal wreckage, but finally we get a Transformers movie that is propelled by emotion too.
The first part, which hit the screens today, is an in-depth look into NTR’s life and his journey on how he established himself as a brand in the Tel