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Mohanlal's Odiyan tells the story of a shapeshifting man feared by those around him.
How much you enjoy it depends on when you were born.
A travel drama that crosses different borders.
A courtroom comedy-drama written directed by Subhash Kapoor, Jolly LLB 2 is the much anticipated sequel to the 2013 National
Perhaps some more depth and richness in developing certain characters would have been the icing on the cake. For instance
Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’s latest is a gorgeous-looking drama let down by a threadbare script, amateurish acting, and unbearably laboured storytelling.
Nitya Mehra’s debut is a familiar mix of rom-com and sci-fi that, despite several problems, passes muster.
This Sonakshi Sinha starrer has a few enjoyable moments but ultimately sabotages itself.
In reviewing 'Pinneyum', one feels a little like those wanting Irom Sharmila to continue her fast: if a filmmaker wants to get off his pedestal and make a thriller-love story-family weepie with stars, who are we to deny him his fundamental right?
Directed by Mudassar Aziz, Happy Bhag Jayegi revolves around an Indian runaway bride named Happy who accidentally ends up
One gets the impression that the film is aiming for a commercial hit (Akshay Kumar in the lead is one hint) rather than winning over critics, but the filmmakers have made the critical mistake of underestimating the audience’s intelligence.
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There are movies you loved when you were 16 and there are movies that turn you, temporarily, into a 16-year-old. Deadpool
An entire generation, now in their teens, has never known a time when ‘Sunny’ was more likely to refer to Dharmendra’s oldest
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When a film ends with an ‘Original Story by’ slate rather than a directorial credit, it probably means that the makers are
Mastani is played with stupendous elegance and wide-eyed idealism by Padukone, who it seems can do little wrong at this point