Articles about Movie Review
29 Nov 2021
'Antim' review: Salman Khan's actioner is not worth your time
Salman Khan, Aayush Sharma, Mahima Makwana, and Sachin Khedekar starrer Antim got released last week.
25 Nov 2021
'Satyameva Jayate 2' review: John Abraham's appalling overdose of patriotism
John Abraham, Divya Khosla Kumar, Harsh Chhaya, and Gautami Kapoor-starrer Satyameva Jayate 2 released today.
22 Nov 2021
'Cash' review: Amol Parashar's comic caper is a fun watch
Recently, Disney+ Hotstar released Cash, starring Amol Parashar, Smriti Kalra, Swanand Kirkire, Kevin Dave, and Gulshan Grover.
12 Nov 2021
'Squad' review: There's no meaning to this Rinzing Denzongpa film
ZEE5 released Squad on its platform today.
12 Aug 2021
'Shershaah' review: Sidharth's attempt to honor Vikram Batra is commendable
Independence Day week has begun with the release of Sidharth Malhotra's Shershaah, in which he plays India's war hero Vikram Batra.
12 Jul 2021
'Dhoop Ki Deewar' review: Death shows true colors of many
Sometimes a person's death can reveal the true colors of their blood relatives.
09 Jul 2021
'State of Siege: Temple Attack' thrills but dramatics kill vibe
Only if creator Abhimanyu Singh and director Ken Ghosh had clarity on whether to base State of Siege: Temple Attack on the actual Akshardham temple terror attack of 2002, we would have gotten a better film.
07 Jul 2021
'Loki': Episode-5 gives some answers, prepares stage for huge finale
The penultimate episode of Disney+ Loki leaves us desperately waiting for the finale, which by the looks of it, is going to be an epic offering.
05 Jul 2021
'The 8th Night' review: Not your usual creepy horror story
Karma, eternity, fate are what most humans believe in. Some call them superstition, while some say philosophy.
05 Jul 2021
'Sara's' review: Natural depiction of pregnancy issues, motherhood, and cinema
Women are capable of giving birth. But what if the act of parturition becomes the sole defining identity of a woman?
03 Jul 2021
'The Tomorrow War' review: Great action sequences, but weak screenplay
Chris Pratt's sci-fi action drama, The Tomorrow War, has released and it's all about saving the world (Is Guardians of the Galaxy about that too?).
29 Jun 2021
'Murder By The Coast': When media trial, homophobia impacted judgment
The latest Netflix documentary Murder by the Coast is built around the murder investigation of 19-year-old Rocio Wanninkhof.
26 Jun 2021
'Ray' review: Surreal, eccentric, brilliant, and everything in between
Anthology series Ray based on stories by ace filmmaker Satyajit Ray is now streaming on Netflix.
18 Jun 2021
'Fatherhood' review: Kevin Hart shows reality of being single parent
Raising a child is not easy, especially, if you are a single parent.
18 Jun 2021
'Sherni' review: Vidya Balan 'roars' brilliantly in this one-woman show
Patriarchy and prejudice at the workplace is something women face globally, but this nuanced portrayal of a woman in a "man's world" is something only Vidya Balan can execute.
18 Jun 2021
'Silver Skates' review: A magical winter to fall in love
Netflix's beautiful romantic movie, Silver Skates, released recently.
13 Jun 2021
'Shaadisthan' review: Road movie has potential, but turns into trainwreck
Shaadisthan, starring Kirti Kulhari, is now streaming on Disney+ Hotstar.
11 Jun 2021
'Bhuj: The Day India Shook' review: Poignant, moving and important
Discovery+ original documentary, Bhuj: The Day India Shook is now streaming on the platform.
30 May 2021
'Nail Bomber: Manhunt' review: Disturbing, suspenseful documentary about far-right terrorism
Netflix's true-crime documentary Nail Bomber: Manhunt is now streaming.
30 May 2021
'Ek Mini Katha' review: Great comedic plot that stays under-utilized
Telugu adult comedy Ek Mini Katha, starring Santosh Shoban and Kavya Thapar in the lead, is now streaming on Amazon Prime Video.
23 May 2021
'November Story' review: Excruciatingly slow; headache-inducing and convoluted thriller
Tamannaah Bhatia-starrer November Story is now streaming on Disney+ Hotstar.
20 May 2021
'Runaway Lugaai' review: Sit idle rather than wasting your time
Runaway Lugaai is now streaming on MX Player.
16 May 2021
'Radhe' v/s 'The Outlaws': How not to make a remake
Salman Khan aka Bhai's Radhe, which recently released on ZEE5, is touted as the remake of Korean action-thriller The Outlaws.
14 May 2021
'Cinema Bandi' review: Its tragedy nudges, comedy makes you think
Telugu film Cinema Bandi produced by duo Raj-DK is now streaming on Netflix.
11 Nov 2020
'Laxmii' review: Akshay Kumar's film is nonsensical and wasteful
Laxmii is, more or less, all the things that you do not want a film to be.
31 Oct 2020
'Kaali Khuhi' review: Shabana Azmi can't save this unbearable movie
The last time Netflix concocted horror drama with a social issue, it gave us the enchanting Bulbbul. So, I put my faith in Kaali Khuhi, the streamer's latest offering in this department.
14 Sep 2020
'Atkan Chatkan': Scrap-beating virtuoso makes noise, loses to same-old story
Since ages, Bollywood has been peddling mediocre music and worthless item songs.
13 Aug 2020
'Gunjan Saxena' review: Moving portrayal, but Janhvi fails to impress
Some stories need to be told. There are no two ways about it. The only question is how, or rather, how well.
01 Aug 2020
'Shakuntala Devi' review: Vidya Balan couldn't save this unmoving biopic
They say good biopics are a rarity in Bollywood, and clearly writer/director Anu Menon is not looking to disrupt that notion.
25 Jul 2020
'Dil Bechara' review: Sushant's charm, love, and the heartache
There are a few films capable of evoking as many diverse emotions as is Dil Bechara, that marks the ever-brilliant Sushant Singh Rajput's final offering to us.
25 Jun 2020
'Bulbbul' movie review: An enchanting but testing tale
Sometimes, it's challenging to put a film into a certain genre. Anvita Dutt's Bulbbul (streaming now on Netflix) is perhaps one of those. It's not a horror movie in the strictest sense of the term, but it's haunting in the way it exposes our deep-rooted issues of patriarchy and violence.
22 Jun 2020
'Chaman Bahaar' review: A modest version of 'Kabir Singh'
It's 2020 and the least one could expect was to see no more movies that may remind them of the disaster that was Kabir Singh.
13 Jun 2020
'Gulabo Sitabo' movie review: A rather bumbling affair
Gulabo Sitabo, streaming now on Prime Video, is a lot about the things that Shoojit Sircar's films have come to be known for: the simplicity and charm of daily life, for instance.
08 Jun 2020
'Chintu Ka Birthday' review: A moving tale of family, war
On paper, the story of a Bihari family stranded in Iraq during the turbulent era of Saddam Hussein's downfall, trying to celebrate their son's birthday, sounds too ambitious.
28 May 2020
'Betaal' review: No chills and zero entertainment
On any given day, deciding to make a zombie horror show in India is a brave choice.
06 Apr 2020
'Panchayat' review: A delightful ode to rural India
For far too long, the majority of Indian web series have paid too much attention to the urban milieu.
29 Mar 2020
'Maska' review: Manisha Koirala headlines this light-hearted but thin film
There is nothing demeaning about making or watching feel-good cinema.
27 Mar 2020
#LockdownRecommendations: Watch 'The Shawshank Redemption' and get busy livin'
There have been a few films that talk about hope and optimism with such philosophical depth and endearment as does The Shawshank Redemption.
27 Feb 2020
'Thappad' review: A slap on the normalization of domestic violence
Thappad is not just about one thoughtless slap, it's about all the prejudice and injustice that exist in lopsided relationships and marriages, all around us.
07 Feb 2020
'Shikara' review: A beautifully crafted tale of an unforgettable tragedy
In one particular scene of Shikara, a Kashmiri militant tells his best friend, a Kashmiri Pandit, "Mai apne abba ko nahi bacha paya, tu apne abba ko bacha le, India chala ja."