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Bhavesh Joshi Superhero Review: An interesting attempt at not-a-superhero-movie

A realistic take on the superhero genre that at times suffers from being too real at the wrong places

02 Jun 2018

Veere Di Wedding Review: A bland wedding with some smarts

A female buddy wedding film that could've been been funnier, snappier, and zanier

01 Jun 2018

Parmanu The Story of Pokhran Review: An unconvincing, unexciting version of Pokhran

A film with negligible production values, shallow story and non existent performances

25 May 2018

The recurring themes of Lijo Jose Pellissery

The author talks about the recurring themes in the films of director Lijo Jose Pellissery

22 May 2018

High Jack Review: Stoner comedy that is all stoned with no comedy 

A unimaginative story of amateur hijackers, who accidentally get high along with the passengers 

18 May 2018

An ode not just to Savitri, but to cinema itself

The author talks about how Nag Ashwin's Savitri biopic, Mahanati/Nadigaiyar Thilagam, doubles up as a visual retelling of the history of South Indian cinema 

16 May 2018

Raazi Review: An engrossing spy thriller

What happens when a rookie, who was saving squirrels from turning up as road kill just a few months ago, commits her first murder?

11 May 2018

Omerta Review: A straight shooting unsatisfying biopic

The film never delves into the pre-Bosnia Sheikh, instead we get bullet points of incidents that have run their course on news, TV channels and inspired scores of films in the last 25 years

05 May 2018

102 Not Out Review: A derivative work that’s inoffensive but unmemorable

The film ambles along like a chamber drama, a drama that feels like it has been directly translated from the pages without the need for direction

04 May 2018

Daas Dev Review: A dour, forgettable iteration of Devdas

A modern take on the tried and tested story of Devdas, with disinterested direction, devoid of nuance in its treatment of politics, power, and love 

27 Apr 2018

Blackmail Review: Flaccid on all fronts

This Abhinay Deo-directorial is in love with itself a little too much and thinks itself to be clever; but it involves too much work for very little pleasure

06 Apr 2018

Baaghi 2 Review: Another bad Tiger Shroff film

For a film with a tagline screaming "Rebel for Love", there is very little rebelling

30 Mar 2018

Hichki Review: Well intentioned but uninteresting

The film deals says the right things, shows the right things but only at a surface level

23 Mar 2018

Raid Review: This raid goes on and on without conflict

The film does not entertain and there is nothing that anchors the film

17 Mar 2018

Annihilation Review: Where life and destruction coexist

The film feels like a companion piece to Tarkovsky's Stalker; but where Stalker can be visually bleak and gorgeous at every turn, Annihilation has lush outlook all along

15 Mar 2018

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