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Where is the romance?

This Valentine's day, we ponder about the relative scarcity of romance films in Tamil cinema these days

14 Feb 2019

The Lego Movie 2 Review: An uneven sequel that is inspired and insipid in almost equal parts

Though not as memorable as the first film, this one still has its moments and works well in parts 

08 Feb 2019

Velvet Buzzsaw Review: This Netflix film is less serious satire and more pulpy fun

Director Dan Gilroy teams up with his Nightcrawler stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Rene Russo, and a brilliant ensemble cast, to give us an enjoyable and funny slasher film set in the contemporary art world

02 Feb 2019

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

Mohini Review: The real horror is that a film like this got made

This horror-comedy is neither scary nor funny; just plain bad

27 Jul 2018

Isle of Dogs Review: Gloriously detailed, exquisitely animated, but ultimately hollow

An excellently animated film hampered by all the detail and plot that's crammed into it

07 Jul 2018

Pakka Review: A snoozefest that should not have been made

The film just feels like a bunch of set pieces slapped together

27 Apr 2018

A Quiet Place: A sound horror film 

An excellent thriller, that's taut and never lets up on the tension

06 Apr 2018

Game Night Review: Ridiculously funny and fun

Sharp writing and a cast with great comic timing elevate this unpretentious black comedy and turn it into a very enjoyable watch

27 Feb 2018

For the love of films

With theatres charging more and more for tickets, film clubs are mushrooming around the city. We take a look at three you should know about

07 Oct 2017

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