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MS Dhoni: The Untold Story quick movie review: A terrific Sushant Singh Rajput makes a lengthy first half eminently watchable!
Sushant Singh Rajput, Disha Patani and Kiara Advani’s M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story hit the screens today and here is the quick movie review of the first half… Click here to read more
Mohenjo Daro movie review: Hrithik Roshan and Pooja Hegde’s prehistoric love story is a decent watch till now, filled with a few bumps – read the quick movie review!
Hrithik Roshan and Pooja Hegde’s Mohenjo Daro released just now and our reviewer Sreeju Sudhakaran is watching the film. The first half just got over and looks like it is a decent film… Click here to read more
Bajirao Mastani quick review: Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone’s romance steals your heart while Priyanka Chopra shines as Kashibai!
The epic romance leaves our editor in awe of the film in the first half Click here to read more
Baahubali quick movie review: Prabhas and Rana Daggubati bring extraordinary characters to life in this visually marvellous film!
Baahubali is finally set to hit the screens tomorrow. Do you want to know what the film looks like? Read the quick review right here!
SS Rajamouli’s ambitious directorial Baahubali is touted to be the grandest film ever made in India. Click here to read more
Piku quick movie review: Deepika Padukone-Amitabh Bachchan’s latest outing together is simple, sweet and pun-tastic!
The Vicky Donor director is back with yet another sweet, refreshing and funny tale yet again with Piku. If you are a Bengali or know someone who is, this film is a treat…
Piku (Deepika Padukone) an architect by profession, is also a haggard daughter of an overbearing father Bhaskar Banerjee (Amitabh Bachchan) who has constipation issues which is more psychological than physical. Piku struggles to keep up with her domineering father who has a problem with everything in life. Rana Chaudhury (Irrfan Khan) runs a taxi service which Click here to read more
Avengers: Age of Ultron movie review: Robert Downey Jr and Mark Ruffalo’s secret mission goes awry
The Joss Whedon directorial hit screens today
The superheroes from Marvel comics have their own set of followers, thus making the films from the Marvel Cinematic Universe cult movies. For the uninitiated, these films would make little or no sense at all. Click here to read more
Nanak Shah Fakir movie review: The Guru Nanak biopic is one of the most humbling experiences you’ll have
After a lot of protests, the film has finally hit screens
Harinder Singh Sikka’s maiden production venture, Nanak Shah Fakir has been attracting a lot of attention, and not the good reasons. The film which is a biopic of the Sikh Guru, Nanak Ji, is said to be blasphemous and is supposedly hurtful to the religious sentiments of the Sikh community. I just caught a show of the film, and as Sikh, I want to assure anyone in doubt that I’m, by no means, hurt. Click here to read more
Dharam Sankat Mein movie review: Paresh Rawal, Annu Kapoor and Naseeruddin Shah FAIL to tickle your funny bone!
Religious satires do well with Bollywood audiences, but was this film worth the effort? Check out the full movie review and you would know…
For a movie that professed in all its promotionals, “From the studio that brought you OMG!Oh My God“, people had high expectations from this film. And the faith got even higher when you saw three stellar actors like Paresh Rawal, Naseeruddin Shah and Annu Kapoor in the film. But was the movie able to live up to all of that? Click here to read more
Anushka Sharma: Will approach actors, not stars for productions
Riding high on the success of NH10, the actress talks about the future plans of her production house
Upbeat about the success of her debut production NH10, actress Anushka Sharma says that for her next production project, she will be approaching actors and not stars. Apart from Anushka, NH10 stars Neil Bhoopalam and Darshan Kumar. Click here to read more
NH10 movie review: Anushka Sharma’s brutal action thriller will leave you speechless!
Packed with riveting chase sequences, well choreographed action scenes and some gobsmackingly amazing performance from film’s leading lady, this taut thriller will keep you hooked
In the light of BBC’s latest banned documentary, India’s daughter, the rampaging rape culture in India has been exposed in broad daylight. While one might say, this country is not safe for women after dark, Anushka Sharma-Neil Bhoopalam’s road film underlines the fact that in the interiors of the country, away from the bustling cities, where law and order are just for namesake, no one is actually safe. Backed by Anurag Kashyap’s Phantom Films, the A rated action thriller, NH10, is not for the weak hearted. And as I left the movie theatre, I was engulfed by the feeling of numbness which comes after watching a heck of film, keeping you at the edge of your seat. Click here to read more
The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death movie review: Tom Harper’s film is predictable with moderate chills and thrills
The film uses old tricks to scare the audience but fails to create fear as the first film
Cast: Jeremy Irvine, Helen McCrory, Phoebe Fox and Amelia Pidgeon
Director: Tom Harper
We’ve had enough haunted house stories! And seriously, filmmakers are running out of ideas to scare audiences. The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death makes a valiant effort of actually telling a ghost story, but it uses the old tricks in the book to scare viewers. Click here to read more
Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies movie review: Peter Jackson’s film is visually appealing but least exciting in the plot
Well the third film in the adventure series doesn’t live up to the audiences expectation
Disappointing! Unfortunately, that is the first and only reaction that is spontaneously evoked after seeing this film which is dished out by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Peter Jackson.
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The Babadook movie review: Jennifer Kent’s psychological horror thriller will haunt you even after leaving the theatre!
Those who love to watch horror flicks, this movie is a must watch
“Mister Babadooka…You’ll see him if you look…Baba dook dook dook!” Who would consider that these innocuous rhyming words in an insignificant cutout picture book to take a spooky turn? But indeed, a simple bed-time story, which a mother reads to her young son, turns into a hauntingly nightmarish experience for the duo. Packed with swinging moods, The Babadook is an exceptionally well-crafted film that pigeon holes into a psychological horror thriller.Click here to read more
Bhopal: A Prayer For Rain movie review: Ravi Kumar’s melodrama has many highs and lows with a touchy plot
The film based on one of the worst industrial disaster in the history of civilization, should not be missed
They say all you get from love is a love song. Disasters, man-made or otherwise, too can face a similar destiny. All we really get from disasters are disaster movies. Some that shake and stir. Others that move and change lives. Ravi Kumar’s melodramatic recreation of the Bhopal gas tragedy, said to be the worst industrial disaster in the history of civilization, has an instant and lasting chemical reaction. While familiarizing new generations with the enormity of the calamity which claimed and maimed thousands of lives during one December night in 1984, the short and slick film also puts forward the theory of arrogant hegemony practiced by US on poor countries.Click here to read more
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 movie review: Jennifer Lawrence’s adventure film lacks zing
Francis Lawerence’s science fiction adventure film doesn’t live up to our expectations
Based on Suzanne Collins’s third young adult novel on the futuristic dystopian society of Panem in the “Hunger Games” series, this film, “Mockingjay – Part 1” is a sequel to the 2013 released “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire”.
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