The idea behind the story of the film may have been to dissect and connect the Good Vs the Bad dichotomy, but the plot is too thin to evoke any interest.
In the midst of all the seriousness that the film is intended for, an out-of-the-blue song and dance featuring the lead actors, makes you wonder which way the film is headed.
Entertaining first half that had all the frills for an engaging emotional saga, but just fizzles out thereafter!
Daniel Craig's final performance as agent 007, in the 164-minute-long thriller, includes the regular flamboyance and the grand opulent adventure that any Bond movie is known for.
Netflix’s latest offering ‘Ankahi Kahaniya’ explores the nature of true love, and the tender feeling of affection one person has for another, even if it’s unreasonable and not necessarily reciprocated.
Despite a predictable, pretty straightforward storyline and a few lengthier scenes ‘Free Guy’ is a pretty enjoyable picture. If nothing, it will at least remind you of why Ryan Reynolds has become such a popular actor in the last five years.
Many details that are in public domain are given importance in 'Thalaivii', but many lesser known or unheard of details remain omitted with not even a passing mention in a film that calls itself a biopic.
The film’s tongue-in-cheek look at how condoms affect the lives of three people is too banal to enjoy laughs all the way. Whatever little fun is intended, it’s marred by too many second guesses by viewers.
The 125-minute thriller that begins with a hijack drama was meant to be a roller-coaster spy ride, but with action zigzagging back and forth too often, it leaves viewers rather puzzled in trying to piece together several knots that keep tying up.
If only, in the 135-minute war saga we could know more about his penchant for bravery and selfless commitment to the country we would have really known him better. After all, “Yeh Dil Maange More!”
The intent of ‘Navarasa’ – to help cine workers hit by the pandemic - is praiseworthy but the content fails to live up to the hype.
To tell the story of an ordinary man who rises to the top, director Ranjith uses all time-tested clichés.
Some viewers might be divided over the movie’s ending, but there’s no denying the impact that this film can have on them, regardless of what kinds of families that people have
Creative director Devrath Sagar keeps the stories within the realm of personal love, and navigates the gamut of emotions that come with finding romantic connections in unexpected situations
'Toofaan' is a fictional story by Anjum Rajabali about a lower-middle-class boxer, who defies all traditional norms and emerges champion.
Malayalam film ‘Malik’ starring Fahadh Faasil is a captivating political crime thriller which despite its lengthy run time, keeps you engaged.
The screenplay rambles in many directions for long before one realises that the overall theme and premise is all about lack of passion on the one hand and sexual desire on the other.
Arnab Banerjee reviews Director Karthik Subbaraj's recently released film 'Jagame Thandhiram' starring Dhanush, Aishwarya Lekshmi and James Cosmo.
Pakistan's cricket captain Babar Azam, left, and Mohammad Rizwan celebrate their victory in the Cricket Twenty20 World Cup match between India and Pakistan in Dubai, UAE.AP Photo/Aijaz Rahi
Pakistan's Mohammad Rizwan runs to celebrate their victory in the Cricket Twenty20 World Cup match between India and Pakistan in Dubai, UAE.AP Photo/Aijaz Rahi
Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli, centre, hugs Pakistan's Mohammad Rizwan after Pakistan won the the Cricket Twenty20 World Cup match between India and Pakistan in Dubai, UAE.AP Photo/Aijaz Rahi
India's Mohammed Shami reacts after he was hit by three consecutive boundaries during the Cricket Twenty20 World Cup match between India and Pakistan in Dubai, UAE.AP Photo/Aijaz Rahi
Pakistan's Mohammad Rizwan reacts after hitting a six during the Cricket Twenty20 World Cup match between India and Pakistan in Dubai, UAE.AP Photo/Aijaz Rahi
SRK’s persona evokes the kind of Indianness that denies categorisation into singular, exclusive identities. And thrives on making others feel welcome.
Shah Rukh Khan is the soothing balm for millions of Indian women living an oppressive life in an insensitive, patriarchal society.
How the larger-than-life Hindi film hero of yesteryears gave way to the relatable charm of Shah Rukh and the other Khans.