Tuesday, Dec 26, 2023


rebel moon movie review
Rebel Moon movie review: Zack Snyder’s spectacularly dull sci-fi epic is the worst film of his career

Rebel Moon movie review: Despite echoes of Lagaan and India’s colonial past, director Zack Snyder’s legions of local fans might struggle to find positives about his ghastly new Netflix film.

curry and cyanide review
December 23, 2023 11:55 IST

Curry and Cyanide movie review: Superficial and salacious, Netflix's documentary about the Jolly Joseph case doesn't deviate from the true crime template.

Salaar Review:: Prashanth Neel film stars Prabhas and Prithviraj Sukumaran
December 22, 2023 22:50 IST

Salaar Part 1 Ceasefire Movie Review: Till the violence in Prabhas-Prithviraj-starrer is comic-book and ‘Games Of Thrones’-type stylised, you can find a way to rationalise it; the trouble ratchets up when it becomes more ‘real’.

saltburn movie review
December 22, 2023 07:59 IST

Saltburn movie review: Director Emerald Fennell's provocative second feature comes dangerously close to demonising the downtrodden and feeling pity for the privileged, but, hey, at least it looks pretty.

Neru review
December 21, 2023 17:19 IST

Neru review: It is Mohanlal’s performance, notably better than his recent lacklustre ones, that makes Neru’s 150-minute runtime feel less prolonged.

Dunki Movie Rating: shah rukh khan and rajkumar hirani film
December 22, 2023 16:30 IST

Dunki Movie Review: In the 161-minute run-time of the Rajkumar Hirani film, I was hard put to find anything that made me feel. Even Shah Rukh Khan’s Hardy comes off as working too hard for not enough pay-off.

Bradley Cooper
December 20, 2023 14:01 IST

Maestro movie review: Powered by Bradley Cooper and Carey Mulligan, Maestro captures the brilliance of Leonard Bernstein as well as his complicated relationship with actor Felicia Montealegre

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December 18, 2023 21:23 IST

Just like CK Raghavan in Munnariyippu and Brooks Hatlen in The Shawshank Redemption, for Geetha in Fazil Razak's Thadavu, life in the outside world is an unjust sentence she has been burdened with.

December 15, 2023 23:14 IST

Prasanna Vithanage's Paradise, starring Darshana Rajendran and Roshan Mathew, is a genre-defying masterpiece that seamlessly weaves in various facets of Sri Lankan society and human nature at large.

December 16, 2023 11:08 IST

Priscilla ultimately is another addition to Sofia Coppola's long list of lovely, lonely heroines – both lonely in their loveliness and lovely in their loneliness.

Fight Club
December 15, 2023 17:41 IST

A lot of Fight Club can be brushed aside as redundant fight scenes, but each one of them increases the intensity of the problem that warrants its existence.

family plan review
December 18, 2023 09:53 IST

The Family Plan movie review: Mark Wahlberg sleepwalks Apple's assassin comedy; the sort of film that you forget while you're watching it.

First Act
December 15, 2023 11:45 IST

Deepa Bhatia-directed documentary series reflects on the experiences of veteran child stars like Sarika, Jugal Hansraj, and Darsheel Safary, as well as the current artistes including Hetal Gada and Saloni Daini.

kevin hart chris rock headliners only review
December 14, 2023 08:46 IST

Kevin Hart and Chris Rock - Headliners Only movie review: Netflix unites two (maybe three) of the biggest comics in the world for a short documentary that actively withholds the comedy.

Family movie review
December 13, 2023 22:14 IST

Don Palathara's Family, starring Vinay Forrt, explores how families, the church and a conservative, close-knit society “facilitate” child sex abuse and how they create a safe space for predators.

Five First Dates
December 13, 2023 22:43 IST

An interesting film adeptly exploring the life of a bisexual woman and the evolution of her ideologies and mindset, Five First Dates also serves as a warm nod to the Before trilogy.

leave the world behind movie review
December 13, 2023 08:03 IST

Leave the World Behind movie review: Lofty ideas are undermined by a leisurely pace in director Sam Esmail's speculative thriller, starring Julia Roberts, Ethan Hawke and Mahershala Ali.

December 10, 2023 17:57 IST

There's no simple way to describe Anand Ekarshi's debut feature Aattam (The Play). It is both a play and a movie. It is also a play within a play within a movie. It is also a courtroom drama, albeit sans a courtroom. However, above all, Aattam stands out as one of the most brilliant Malayalam movies in recent times.

Kastoori movie review
December 8, 2023 16:55 IST

Kastoori movie review: Director Vinod Kamble does not point the finger at casteism and class discrimination overtly. But their impact in creating social barriers and inequalities is evident.

December 8, 2023 14:46 IST

Wonka movie review: Given the waves of blood and bodies coming at us from the big screen these days, Wonka is in a lot of ways a relief – and a sign that Hollywood is marking a change of season to Christmas.

Extra Ordinary Man
December 8, 2023 14:29 IST

Extra Ordinary Man movie review: Vakkantham Vamshi’s writing is poor, illogical and hardly entertains. His direction is equally lacklustre.

December 8, 2023 13:23 IST

Kadak Singh movie review: Pankaj Tripathi and Parvathy Thiruvothu, who can both be relied upon to give us joy, are comprehensively let down by this badly-made film.

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December 8, 2023 08:45 IST

Mast Mein Rehne Ka movie review: This contemporary Mumbai fable, with impressive Jackie Shroff and Neena Gupta at its heart, has optimism as it's guiding principle.

December 8, 2023 12:33 IST

Joram movie review: Manoj Bajpayee is effective, needless to say, but is given a limited register of despair and terror.

The Archies movie review
December 11, 2023 14:15 IST

'The Archies movie review: Khushi Kapoor has more verve than both Agastya Nanda and Suhana Khan, but the latter does grow on you. The film's writing, however, is less than perky.