One of the most telling moments in Obaidah Zytoon's stunning documentary The War Show is a face-off between two sets of protesters in a small Syrian town square, one that lies completely in ruins. Bot...
Nearly a decade on, Cristian Mungiu's Palme D'or-winner 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days (2007) continues to be one of the most devastating films I've ever watched. His latest, Graduation (originally Baca...
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There goes that diet. The 18th Mumbai Film Festival has officially begun, kick-started by a fabulous opening ceremony at the newly refurbished Royal Opera House. For regular attendees such as this wri...
Please let Robert Langdon's latest outing be his last.
Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’s latest is a gorgeous-looking drama let down by a threadbare script, amateurish acting, and unbearably laboured storytelling.
Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury’s courtroom drama strikes a raw nerve with its subject, but is undone by half-baked writing, sloppy editing, and some terrible acting.
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.
Remo D'Souza's superhero flick is a symbol of Bollywood's laziness and creative bankruptcy.
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Even Akshay Kumar can't save this unintentionally hilarious courtroom drama from itself.
Solid performances and an engaging story boost this somewhat uneven sports biopic on the world's youngest marathon runner.
Consider the series of emotions you would feel if you were to witne a roller-coaster going off the rails in front of your very eyes. The first would be shock. You'd be horrified at the idea of people...
At one point in Abhishek Chaubey’s Udta Punjab, Shahid Kapoor, playing a ‘rockstar’ named Tommy Singh, sings fervently in a hospital room while two Punjab Police constables bang away at the door bolte...
I have a confe ion to make: horror is my least favourite genre. This is not to say that there haven’t been great horror films or that they don’t work for me. On the contrary, I’m quite lily-livered li...