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Save for a few funny situations, Bro Daddy doesn't have much to write home about
Sriram Adittya’s Hero might have the DNA of a typical launch vehicle, but the filmmaker keeps coming up with different ways to entertain
Through this story about love, friendship and life, Darbuka Siva delivers an emotional slice-of-life drama that ticks all the right boxes
The 355 has all the ingredients to make a racy spy thriller, but its recipe is a tad similar to several films that have preceded it
As a coming-of-age entertainer, Hridayam is to Vineeth what Premam was to Alphonse Puthren
War Room, Teen Tigaadaa and Vaikunth are winners in this bouquet of pandemic stories
The Royal Treatment Movie Review: Mena Massoud, Laura Marano-starrer belongs in the bottom of the pile
Poor directing, writing and acting, and not to mention, the non-existent chemistry between the leads, relegates The Royal Treatment to the bottom of the pile!
Old-school making, thin writing, and uninteresting plot make 36 Farmhouse a forgettable experience at best and a tormenting watch at worst
After two seasons of Tony (Ricky Gervais) using every opportunity to share his grief with the folks at Tambury, Ricky allows the spotlight to rest firmly on the other inhabitants of this warm town
Bhoothakaalam has enough surprises in store, and it knows when to reveal them, a rarity in today's horror movies
This Kafkaesque narrative of a house through the ages captures the strange, the intriguing, and the inexplicable through its occupants and their intense attachment to the structure
Putham Pudhu Kaalai Vidiyaadha Movie Review: Halitha Shameem’s Loner shines in this decent anthology
Putham Pudhu Kaalai Vidiyaadha, the second of Amazon Prime Video’s lockdown anthology series, is superior to the first, in both content and presentation
Though this Prabhudheva-starrer has some good visuals, performances, and an intriguing story at the heart of it, the predictable, unengaging screenplay dilutes the impact
Sasikumar and SR Prabhakaran seem to have come up with Kombu Vatcha Singamda as an answer to the criticisms that their first film, Sundarapandian, revelled in casteist undertones.
Doctors are demons in a well-observed but exhausting show
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