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Wonka Movie Review: Timothee Chalamet’s musical is like wafer chocolate, thinly layered but exquisitely indulgent

When blocks of sweet treats can bribe adults, chocolate fountains and death by chocolate are taken in the literal sense, the land of Wonka becomes a beautiful immersion of our childhood times

08 Dec 2023

Sam Bahadur Movie Review: A glorious Vicky Kaushal in a lackluster retelling

Sam Bahadur would have definitely sounded good on paper, but the film loses its charm and settles for mediocre storytelling for a glorious tale

01 Dec 2023

The Crown Series S6 Part 1 Review: A poignant but dull retelling of Diana’s last days

While this is definitely a promising premise, the episodes crumble due to the lack of empathy

29 Nov 2023

The Village Series Review: Lifeless storytelling digs the grave for this gory and germane tale

The Village ends up disappointingly brandishing its pulpy storytelling and cheap thrills that barely compensate for fleshy story arcs and a coherent screenplay

24 Nov 2023

Painting the silver jubilee with a golden tint 

Actor Karthi talks about his recent release Japan, completing 25 films in the industry, his acting approach, how he chooses his scripts, and more

20 Nov 2023

Zoya Akhtar and Reema Kagti Interview: Building a film narrative for The Archies was difficult

With The Archies release just around the corner, creators Zoya Akhtar and Reema Kagti talk about adapting the comics to India, casting debutantes, making coming-of-age stories and more

15 Nov 2023

Rajumurugan: Through Japan, I learnt the business and art of making a film for everybody

Ahead of the release of Japan, his biggest film to date, director Rajumurugan opens about how the film came into being, working with Karthi, writing women characters, and more

05 Nov 2023

All The Light We Cannot See Series Review: Wry and clumsily staged adaptation of a war story that never even tries

It fails to properly execute the mammoth task of adapting a story of strong and layered characters, and limits itself to barebones staging of circumstances that lead to the happenings 

03 Nov 2023

Shruti Haasan Interview:It’s important to learn to be alone on social media

Actor-musician Shruti Haasan talks on the sidelines of release of her song Monster Machine, embracing the witch archetype, using social media to her advantage, and of course about Salaar and The Eye

30 Oct 2023

Actor Vaibhav's next launched 

The film will be helmed by Vikram Rajeshwar and Arun Keshav in their directorial debut

25 Oct 2023

The Fall of the House of Usher Series Review: A rewarding slow-burner

Flanagan deliciously feeds us the horror of the greed-driven pharmaceutical world, and densely carved threads exposing human shallowness

15 Oct 2023

No early morning shows for Vijay-Lokesh Kanagaraj's Leo

A special show for Leo can be screened by theatre owners on October 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, and 24, with five shows a day starting at 9 am and the last show ending at 1.30 am

13 Oct 2023

Fair Play Movie Review: A bloodbath of emotion

The film is a masterclass in acting, with Phoebe the shining star and Alden driving the story

10 Oct 2023

Cinematographer Balaji Subramanyam on Chithha: We didn't want to spoon-feed the audience

He talks about his recently released and critically acclaimed film Chithha, using hand-held cinematography to deliver emotions, and more

09 Oct 2023

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