It’s a heist thriller and a survival drama rolled into one.
From chopsocky Hong Kong martial arts movies to campy Bollywood of the '70s and '80s, Vasan Bala pours his adoration for the cinema he grew up on into
Captain Marvel movie review: The MCU’s Avengers Endgame lead-up is a better Nick Fury origin story than a Captain Marvel origin story, despite Brie
The central performance by the new kid on the block, Abhimanyu Dassani, is sincere and competent. He pulls off the innocent babe-in-the-woods act with
The writing doesn’t pack the emotional urgency of The Lunchbox, and the characters aren’t as compelling.
Photograph movie review: Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Sanya Malhotra star Ritesh Batra’s new film, a homecoming for the filmmaker, who has worked with Ro
Farmer’s issues, check; NEET, check; corruption, check; social media influence, check.
Milan Talkies is a fascinating study of how Hindi cinema impacts and influences smalltown lives, done with dollops of brusque humour and tongue-in-ch
Long before he became the face of the Singam franchise, Suriya kickstarted Gautham Menon’s police trilogy with Kaakha Kaakha.
The story revolves around a mother-son relationship, something that has often been explored.
When Musthafa’s mother passes away, Mariamma comes to pick him up.
Captain Marvel is also the last film with a cameo of Stan Lee and the last before its biggest film, 'Avengers: Endgame', hits theatres this A
Photograph’s pacing of scenes is life-like and suits the realism that is the hallmark of Batra’s films.
Doing criminal things for good reasons is tried and tested formula in Hollywood, but Triple Frontier doesn’t really come up with any insight.
A 12-year-old must save the wonderland she created, with help from her animal friends. It’s a lush production, but accompanying grown-ups are likely
The film follows Alex as he prepares to become the first man to ever attempt to 'free solo' the 3200 ft El Capitan granite cliff in Yosemite valley.
Boomerang tries to be too many things, all at the same time. As a result, it ends up neither as a solid commercial entertainer nor a praiseworthy and
The Favourite movie review: If you’ve ever wondered what director Yorgos Lanthimos’ version of Keeping Up with the Kardashians would seem like, wa
Sathru, starring Kathir and Srushti Dange, is a crime drama about a cop who brings five hardened criminals to justice, involved in kidnapping childre
The film’s zig-zag plotting is its biggest strength although it’s not especially hard to figure out the ending.