In a near-future Los Angeles besieged by large-scale rioting and civil war, there is a place that provides a safe haven for dangerous crooks, criminal
After the shocking events of Avengers: Infinity War, which released earlier this year, many were left wondering if Marvel was going to take a serious
Kadaikutty Singam is an unabashed celebration of the rural life, an appeal to our nostalgia. It’s nothing you haven’t seen before — it’s just
When it works, the comedy in Tamizh Padam 2 really explodes. Much like in the first film that released eight years ago, my favourite bits are when Tam
It is Bollywood Wars: Attack of the Biopics. Sanju is still churning out think pieces faster than it is making money, which it is making by the truck
The artificial performances and unresolved plot strands weaken the film
Coming from the director of Bombay Mittai, one can expect just mindless fun from Chandra Mohan’s second film, Double Engine.
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Soorma movie review: Diljit Dosanjh plays former India hockey captain Sandeep Singh in a film that is more a love story than sports biopic.
Expect lots of laughs, thrills and special effects as two tiny superheroes juggle humans, insects and inter-dimensional travel.
Sicario Day of the Soldado movie review: Director Stefano Sollima can’t quite capture the brute magic of Denis Villeneuve’s first film, but Benici
The two-time Oscar winner plays a frazzled medic known only as Nurse, at a ‘residency’ that doubles as an underground hospital for criminals.
With a tinge of innocence and sincerity in his eyes, Diljit Dosanjh surely steals your heart as Sandeep Singh.
The narrative directly plunges into a riot torn Los Angeles in 2028, after water becomes privatised in the city.
Sicario: Day of the Soldado is a thoroughly watchable film, but that said, it suffers from some of the same pitfalls as Part 1, the most important of
Reeling under back-to-back duds, Gopichand returns delightfully with his 25th film, Pantham, an action entertainer laced with a social message.
The guilty party is Alokananda Dasgupta who has scored Sacred Games, and the music seems to convey that Sartaj has just set his eyes on the love of hi
Tej I Love You gives you a vague de- ja vu of every Karunakaran movie ever; Except this time it isn’t a pleasant one.
Prithviraj is quite effective as the once naive and playful young man who grows into a mature and stoic old man and so is Parvathy, who gives both her
In 6ne Maili (6th Mile), director Seeni fails miserably in creating a spark only because he hasn’t been able to see the story from the eyes of the a