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Monsoon Shootout: As Engaging as it Gets

Following its official screening at Cannes in 2013, Monsoon Shootout took the better part of four years to release in India; and it's well worth the wait

17 Dec 2017

Ferdinand: Hilarious and heart-warming

Simple, sensitive, and deeply endearing, Ferdinand is sure to make you smile from ear to ear.

15 Dec 2017

Borg vs McEnroe: A tennis fan's delight

A well-made biographical sports drama that captures the enduring magic of tennis' greatest rivalry 

08 Dec 2017

Amityville: The Awakening - Another Needless Addition

It doesn’t take a jaded horror junkie to remain unperturbed by this latest attempt at keeping alive the Amityville franchise; even newbies to the genre will not be looking away or covering their ears

01 Dec 2017

Murder on the Orient Express: A fine adaptation 

The film with its ensemble cast succeeds on several levels inspite of the traditional limitations that come with adapting a book to screen

24 Nov 2017

My Little Pony: There's no magic here

Ordinary animation and a dearth of humour prove to be the proverbial nails in the coffin for the film

10 Nov 2017

Thor: Ragnarok- Strictly for Marvel fans

Too many intersecting plotlines and too little humour end up relegating this third Thor instalment to average territory.

03 Nov 2017

Blade Runner 2049: A worthy successor

Intriguing, intense, and existential, the sequel proves successful

27 Oct 2017

Golmaal Again: Beyond Redemption

The sooner you find the exit, the better. Or else, brace yourself for two-and-a-half hours of unadulterated trash.

20 Oct 2017

American Made: Every bit as slick as the main character

Tom Cruise puts in one of his best performances in years to give American Made some great wit and charm

03 Oct 2017

Bhoomi: Melodramatic and overdone

Poor execution transforms what could have been a good film with a decent premise into an overcooked melodrama

22 Sep 2017

Kingsman - The Golden Circle: An absence of novelty

Long, unoriginal, and too much going on simultaneously, Part 2 isn't sufficiently impressive

21 Sep 2017

American Assassin: A mighty misfire

Everything seems to go wrong in this mind-numbing spy thriller from Michael Cuesta

29 Sep 2017

Logan Lucky: Shades of Soderbergh still intact 

The humour and directorial style make it somewhat of a typical Soderbergh effort. Not his best, by any means, but still very watchable. 

08 Sep 2017

Baadshaho: An alright heist thriller

Despite its many glitches, the film succeeds in piquing your interest just that wee bit

01 Sep 2017

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Do you think there are too many female-centric films in Tamil cinema lately?

Result
No, it's high time women got equal importance
Yes, it feels a little forced