Sin City: A Dame to Kill For: Visually brilliant, but confusing!
The film stars Mickey Rourke and Jessica Alba
Sin City: A Dame to Kill For is a neo-noir film packed with stylish effects, dramatic action and incredibly startling short stories consisting of flawed heroes, dangerous femme fatales and psychotic villains. The intended result is an exaggerated, unsympathetic and caricatured take on film noir of the 1950s and 1960s. Click here to read more
Mary Kom movie review: Priyanka Chopra delivers an emotionally powerful performance
Priyanka Chopra plays the role of amateur World Champion boxer with dignity and utmost sincerity. Click here to read more
Mary Kom quick movie review: Priyanka Chopra wins gold for this one!
Priyanka’s film is based on five times World Amateur Boxing champion MC Mary Kom
Ever since the trailers of Priyanka Chopra’s Mary Kom have gone viral, it has become the talk of town. Our reviewer Srishti Dixit is watching the movie at a theatre and has sent us her first impression of the film. Click here to read more
Khoobsurat music review: Badshah’s rap song is the highlight of Sonam Kapoor and Fawad Khan’s romcom!
Composers: Sneha Khanwalkar and Badshah
Lyricists: Ikram Rajasthani, Badshah, Sunil Choudhary, Amitabh Verma, Sneha Khanwalkar
Singers: Sunidhi Chauhan, Resmi Sateesh, Badshah, Aasthsa, Priyal Panchal, Mouli Dav, Jasleen Kaur Royal Click here to read more
The November Man movie review: Pierce Brosnan shines in an above average spy thriller!
The ex-James Bond’s CIA agent act keeps you engaged in this espionage thriller
Based on Bill Granger’s novel, There Are No Spies, director Roger Donaldson’s The November Man is a well-made espionage thriller, which consists of every clichéd tropes of the genre – The CIA Agents, Russian counterparts, assassins, victims, Russian roulette, car chases and shoot-outs. In fact, it is a crime story sans any geopolitical threats, where the plot and premise are eerily similar to Rani Mukerji’s last week released Hindi film Mardaani. Click here to read more
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie review: Visual brilliance and captivating performances make the film worth a watch!
This reboot of 1984 sci-fi franchise will not just appeal fan boys, managing to engage the general audience
Packed with roller-coaster action, set in New York City, this science-fiction-action-adventure film is a reboot of a Gen-Y franchise that began in 1984 as a comic series, which was later adapted into television shows, video games and films.This is the fifth film in the series, which is a full recap of the turtles’ original story and their epic conflict with the dastardly Foot Clan crime syndicate. Click here to read more