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Charlie's Angels Movie Review: A soulless reboot with few flourishes

Charlie’s Angels was a fun masala film in Hollywood that has a lot of rewatch value even now; the new version is more a sequel than a reboot, but it isn’t fun at all

15 Nov 2019

Last Christmas Movie Review: A warm, no frills romance

The film offers a genuine warmth that has been missing for sometime from the big screen

08 Nov 2019

His Dark Materials web series Review: Stellar acting saves a largely flat adaptation

The adaptation of the first of Pullman's His Dark Materials trilogy is best when it lets us bask in the visual grandeur and performances of its leads and struggles with its pacing

01 Nov 2019

Watchmen Series Review: Beautifully chaotic and utterly compelling

This spin-off series to the Watchmen of the 1980's, tackles race and policing in a context that is both in keeping with the theme of the comics as well as the current times

22 Oct 2019

Downton Abbey Movie Review: A nostalgic end to a much beloved saga

This dramatic period film is as warm and funny as the TV series whilst also retaining the same problematic sympathetic lens towards aristocracy

19 Oct 2019

Nirvana Inn Movie Review: An existential film masquerading as a horror thriller

A thriller at a surface level that is wholly enjoyable for the way it uses a lot of Hitchcockian elements in the script like Tamil films and serials of yore

11 Oct 2019

Aishwarya Rajesh: People should learn to self-medicate

The actor talks about her recent release, Mei, a medical crime thriller, her bitter experiences with the medical field, and working with new directors

25 Aug 2019

Angel Has Fallen Movie Review: Weak writing brings down this decent action film 

The latest addition to The Fallen franchise brings great set-pieces, sound design but repetitive editing and bad writing continue to mar the overall experience

23 Aug 2019

Aishwarya Rajesh: Being independent is the key to surviving in Cinema 

In this interview, Aishwarya Rajesh talks about her experience working with new people, the challenges of working in multiple languages and the key to surviving in Cinema

23 Aug 2019

I am thankful to Kamal Haasan for respecting my privacy: Sakshi Aggarwal 

Fresh off her eviction from the Bigg Boss house, Sakshi talks about her parents, how trusting people too much isn't good and of course, Kavin and Losliya

19 Aug 2019

Sakshi Agarwal: I can't stand anyone crying, not even Meera Mithun

The exclusive Sakshi interview. where she is candid about her relationship with Kavin, Losliya and others in the house

16 Aug 2019

Once Upon a Time In Hollywood Movie Review: A wistful, almost meditative take on the Hollywood Tarantino knew

The framing, the staging, the tension he builds throughout, the usage of music, the dialogues... are near perfect in this least violent film of Quentin Tarantino

15 Aug 2019

Shraddha Srinath: I took inspiration from Nirbhaya

The actor, who reprises Taapsee’s role in Nerkonda Paarvai, the Tamil remake of Pink that is set for release this Thursday

05 Aug 2019

Thorati Movie Review: A tightly-knit emotional tale of love and loss

Good world-building supported by a terrific female lead lends this 80s romantic tale poignancy

01 Aug 2019

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