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Loving Vincent: A loving tribute in its purest form

There are moments when Loving Vincent comes to life and transcends its gimmick by interesting us in plot and detail.

03 Nov 2017

Seize & Desist: On Joachim Trier's Thelma

About Joachim Trier's Thelma and how the writer's experience with epilepsy influenced his reading of the film

24 Oct 2017

Secret Superstar: A stirring coming-of-age film

This is not an underdog story with a predictable trajectory, though it has its share of emotional beats originating from such tropes

20 Oct 2017

The product of labour

Rahul Jain, whose documentary Machines premiered at 2017 Sundance Film Festival, speaks to CE ahead of the film's Indian premiere at Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival

11 Oct 2017

Judwaa 2: Offensive, forgettable, unforgivable

Proves that rolling materials of a different kind and getting down to write is way better than rolling back the years and rehashing

30 Sep 2017

Newton: A black comedy that uncovers the real issues

The film packs a lot of punch in seemingly innocuous shots

23 Sep 2017

Haseena Parkar: Immensely forgettable biopic about a forgettable character

The director spends a long time on things people already know, making Haseena Parkar a Wikipedia article at best

22 Sep 2017

Simran: Another great Kangana performance

The film, which feels autobiographical at times, is a showcase for its leading lady with Kangana channelling both her inner Tanu and inner Rani

15 Sep 2017

Daddy: A sober gangster film that has its moments

While deglamourizing its subject gives the feeling that the film is an examination of a character, it also makes the film less engaging

08 Sep 2017

Miss Lovely as a scary movie

The film starring Nawazuddin Siddiqui is set in the late 1980s and delves deep into the Indian C-grade horror and soft-core industry

05 Sep 2017

Shubh Mangal Savdhan: A grown-up issue dealt in grown-up ways

Prasanna and Rai turn what was essentially the multiplex Tamil cinema into Rai's counterpoint to the Bollywood multiplex film, and fashion it as a satire on the fragility of masculinity

01 Sep 2017

A Gentleman: Delivers both kicks and laughs

In a year full of Bollywood duds, Raj & DK deliver a passable action-comedy

25 Aug 2017

Bareilly Ki Barfi: A middling romcom that's less romance and more comedy

The film which has some clever writing and good performances stays too light to make much of an impression

18 Aug 2017

Toilet Ek Prem Katha: Part cinema, part propaganda

The film, which works when dealing with the couple played perfectly by Akshay Kumar and Bhumi Pednekar, becomes propaganda when zooming out to the macro level
 

11 Aug 2017

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