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Nawabzaade review: A terrible comedy filled with misogyny and sexism

The film passes off blatant misogyny as cute and endearing

27 Jul 2018

Hotel Transylvania 3: A Monster Vacation Review - A needless addition to a forced franchise 

A sequel that would have done just as well as its previous parts if viewed as a standalone animated film

20 Jul 2018

Hotel Artemis Review: A fairly novel spin to a familiar premise

One of the better dystopian films of the recent past that remains strong for the first half but tapers away after the halfway point

13 Jul 2018

Sicario Day of the Soldado Review: Thoroughly watchable, even if not very novel

Apart from the novelty factor of Part 1, there isn’t much that sets the two films apart, leading us to wonder if there was need for a sequel, in the first place

06 Jul 2018

Hereditary Review: Disturbing? Yes. Frightening? No.

A true original that has the power to disturb via its story of deep-rooted family dysfunction, but won't scare you out of your wits

26 Jun 2018

Ocean's 8 Review: Falls short of the original trilogy, but worth a watch

The large star cast of women and some half-decent cameos ensure that there’s no harm in giving it a go, provided it’s only for the one time.

22 Jun 2018

Book Club Review: Four greats; one ordinary rom-com

An average romantic comedy film with an extraordinary cast that makes one wish older actors, especially legendary ones such as these, are given roles with more depth and nuance

26 May 2018

Khajoor Pe Atke Review: Not Even Remotely Funny

Long, boring, and totally bereft of what one would call half-decent humour, Khajoor Pe Atke needs to be given a pass without much thought

20 May 2018

Hope Aur Hum Review: Bland and unimpressive 

A story that goes nowhere lets down the decent portrayal of a middle-class family’s daily triumphs and tragedies in this film about hope and destiny

13 May 2018

Beyond The Clouds Review: A poignant tragedy

Be it for its direction, writing or acting, this tragedy must not be missed at any cost

14 May 2018

October Review: A measured, deeply sensitive romantic drama

Shoojit Sircar's latest offering is worth savoring for many reasons; the writing, the acting, the realism, the humour, the pathos, and the wonderful imagery

13 Apr 2018

Gringo Review: A no-go

Offensive, stereotypical, unfunny for the long and short of it, and quite tiresome to sit through

16 Mar 2018

Veerey Ki Wedding Review: Sexist, formulaic and hackneyed

The film fails on multiple fronts and it's impossible to find even a single redeemable scene

14 Mar 2018

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Review: Another Worthy Pick for Best Picture

Both Frances McDormand and her lead character, Mildred Hayes, are worthy of a standing ovation in this character-driven masterpiece    

23 Feb 2018

Hostiles Review: A future classic

A Western of deep complexity that is sure to become a classic in the years to follow  

17 Feb 2018

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