The lead pair just cannot get their chemistry right, and a few jokes come as big relief in a work that largely resembles a dull college lecture on a s
Luka Chuppi movie review: The Kartik Aaryan, Kriti Sanon film takes an important topic and squanders it away. The film has its moments but you have to
The protagonist Sunanda, a divorce lawyer played by the talented Usha Jadav, struggles with various demons including rape.
The truth about The Final Call is that it does things which we normally don't see happening on the big screen.
The best part of LKG, for me, was its end, when some of these people begin cheering for a monologue, and RJ Balaji does something quite clever with it
Some movies are bad. Some are terrible. But only a few can be scarring. 4 Letters is just that to say the least.
When most thrillers are about solving the mystery of the killer, Varikuzhiyile Kolapatham manages to keep us glued to our seats in spite of the killer
Chaubey has got a real firm grip on the Westerns and easily is the best exponent of this genre in Bollywood right now.
While it may not necessarily be a film worthy of high praise, it surpasses your average romantic comedy that perpetuates an unrealistic notion of beau
The group decides to create a coup within the party at the behest of the central government headed by Prime Minister Indira Gandhi to snuff out the op
To see Jeethu Joseph traversing a light-hearted terrain - one that is devoid of expectations set by his earlier hits like Drishyam or Memories - makes
A thriller without too much frills or drama, watch The Final Call for its unusual twists and understated performances.
Directed by Alex Lehmann, Paddleton is ‘I am the dying guy versus I am the other guy’ narrative with carefully sewn in pathos and humour.
Netflix’s first Marathi original, Firebrand, has a socially relevant issue at heart and gains from solid performances all around.
Dileep play variations of him in several of his 90s hits - but it's the only character that manages to keep the film on its tracks whenever it run
Performances by the old faithful Arshad Warsi, Javed Jaffrey and Riteish Deshmukh are competent and enjoyable but alas, they have little to do.
It isn’t that the director has given us a bad story, or characters, for that matter; it is the way this story is narrated.
Chithiram Pesuthadi 2 (CP 2) gives you an experience that is akin to opening a time capsule — the effect is much nostalgia.
What is most striking about To Let is its ability to stay focussed on what it sets out to explore.
The movie focuses on NTR’s intense political campaigns and how he believed that it was extremely important to connect with people on the ground.