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Despiter the good dialogues and performances, the film doesn't quite reach the sophistication it is aiming for.
Rishab Shetty’s vision brings together seven different stories, directed by seven different directors, in an anthology filled with brilliant performances
The film’s first half breezes through the lead's work life and love, while the second keeps us glued to our seats
90 ML avoids the cliches you would expect in a commercial potboiler but the film runs out of steam in the second half
A no-nonsense horror film that largely works
Irandaam Ulagaporin Kadaisi Gundu is a reference to one of many unexploded WW2 bombs that are known to get washed ashore in the country
It takes the fantasy world of old Govinda movies and grafts it onto a real milieu
The film feels like a more potent extension of the themes and ideas Sanal Kumar Sasidharan put forth in Ozhivudivasathe Kali and Sexy Durga
What does it say about a film, when you walk in expecting a gritty sports drama and come out taking solace in the not-so-bad horror thrills?
It would have been easier to judge Harish Kalyan's Dhanusu Raasi Neyargale had it been consistent with its problematic idead but it does redeem itself, a teeny tiny bit, towards the end
The show is just banal and fails to invoke any sort of emotions from the viewer
Director Ashutosh Gowarikar is a bit too desperate to play into patriot season but lacks the rampant bloodlust to go all the way
A spoiler-filled recap and review of Chickens Come Home to Roost, the season finale of Godfather of Harlem Season 1, starring Forest Whitaker
In this conversation, Kathir talks about balancing big budget projects with offbeat cinema, and the films that he would like to do
In 2018, his Satyameva Jayate opened on August 15, and this year he released Batla House on the same day
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