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A Star is Born Review: An old song with newer, edgier voices

Director Cooper makes a neat debut with not-so-new story elevated by convincing performances

12 Oct 2018

First Man Review: An affecting, human look at the first man on the moon

Stunning cinematography and immsersive sound elevate this emotion-driven story of Neil Armstrong, ably acted by its two leads - Ryan Gosling and Claire Foy

12 Oct 2018

Venom Review: The weakest superhero film of 2018

This Tom Hardy-starrer has its moments but it adds nothing new or exciting to the excellent stable of Marvel films

05 Oct 2018

Smallfoot Review: A warm and fuzzy film about cold beings 

A fun kid-friendly animation adventure that has its moments for adults too

28 Sep 2018

Johnny English Strikes Again Review: An okayish martini - shaken, stirred but stale

While Atkinson tries his best to elicit consistent laughter, the film only manages to bring out a wry smile at best 

28 Sep 2018

The Equalizer 2 Review: Second time is clearly not the charm

One sets out to watch this film more for the action choreography than for life lessons, and unfortunately, on that count too, this Antoine Fuqua film doesn't deliver the goods

21 Sep 2018

The Predator Review: A hollow attempt at reviving an underwhelming franchise

The fourth instalment of the franchise neither has clever scenes that are a throwback to the first film nor any really scary moments that make it worth our while

13 Sep 2018

The Stolen Princess Review: Great visuals, but let down by genre cliches

Visually and sonically impressive, but the time-worn clichés of traditional fairy tales push The Stolen Princess to below-average levels

07 Sep 2018

The Nun Review: Just another uninventive spin-off 

This Conjuring spin-off hardly delivers the chills and thrills of its predecessors.

07 Sep 2018

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