Krrish 3 movie review: A formulaic superhero adventure powered by showy visual effects
The superhero entertains by wielding his magical powers coupled with the commendable visual effects. Krrish 3 is a brave film made strictly to woo kids and hardcore Hrithik Roshan fans. Unfortunately, discerning filmgoers will be left disappointed with Rakesh Roshan’s heroic attempt that delights only visually
With great power comes great responsibility said Peter Parker aka Spiderman. While watching Krrish 3, this line rings in your mind quite repeatedly. There’s no escaping from the fact Click here to read more
Mickey Virus movie review: Manish Paul’s debut film is not a wannabe Vicky Donor!
One can’t help comparing the two VJ-turned-actors, but if you walk into the theatre expecting Manish Paul’s debut to be anything like Ayushmann Khurrana’s Vicky Donor, you will be proved wrong…
The similarity between Mickey Virus and Vicky Donor ends with the backdrop of Delhi and the Punjabi dialect the heroes speak. And, of course, the fact that you might just like Manish Paul’s acting debut as much as you did Ayushmann Khurrana’s. Mickey Virus is not just a comedy; it’s an almost-perfect comic-thriller. Click here to read more
Mickey Virus quick movie review: Manish Paul ensures a joyride!
The television host turned actor is as entertaining on silver screen
Our critic Rashma Shetty Bali is watching Mickey Virus in theatre right now. She has sent her first impression about the movie. Here is what Rashma says, Click here to read more
Escape Plan movie review: Watch it if you are a Sylvester Stallone or Arnold Schwarzenegger fan!
Escape Plan has hit the theatres and the film comes forth as a clean and non-contemptuous action film which is quite predictable
With a wafer-thin plot line and two iconic action heroes in one frame, Escape Plan offers a predictably rousing fare that could act as a tutorial for prisoners intending to break free. Click here to read more
Shahid movie review: Gritty, raw, gripping and guttural!
Hansal Mehta’s film on the real-life slain lawyer Shahid Azmi is fearless work
Stop right here. Shahid is the sort of rare raw unnerving journey into a socio-political reality that our cinema needs to undertake regularly but seldom does. Click here to read more
Boss movie review: Akshay Kumar entertains, Boss the film does not!
The ultimate Khiladi of B-town carries the occasionally entertaining movie on his strong shoulders. Watch Boss if you must, only for Akki’s histrionics, his spot-on comic timing and above all, his impossible-to-replicate action moves…
It is easy to guess from the promos that Akshay Kumar in and as Boss can do practically anything – from bludgeoning an army of thugs effortlessly to jumping off a two storey building like a seasoned Parkour expert (which he is in real life) and from balancing on a tilted SUV to inviting a Bollywood starlet to his private party only to leave her wanting for ‘more’! Click here to read more