• Overall, OK Jaanu is a strictly ok film, devoid of anything new or interesting.

  • Overall, the film is a light entertainer that will wow children and adults alike.

  • Sans the performance, Dangal seems too perfunctory with its sports and biopic tropes that tend to be inspirational and motivational.

  • “Office Christmas Party”, packed with debauchery in the backdrop, is a very by-the-numbers comedy that offers nothing memorable or you have not seen too many times before.

  • Overall, La La Land is a stylishly made film that pays homage to classic romance musicals.

  • Befikre captures the “pagalpan and bachpana” that is the madness and childishness of its protagonists in a cliched and not classic manner.

  • Dear Zindagi could have been a lively, fun film albeit with life lessons, rather than the long-winded slice of life it is.

  • With moderate production values, the film is technically polished with Paul Denham Austerbeery’s vivid production designs that are realistically captured by Yves Belanger’s efficient cinematography. Nathaniel Mechaly’s score desperately tries to elevate the viewing experience. The edits by Baxter and Maryline Monthieux, flawlessly camouflage the fault lines in the narrative. Overall, Shut In is mediocre fare.

  • Force 2 offers nothing that you have not seen before, yet entertains you. It is an ideal watch for John and Sonakshi fans.

  • The two brief end-credits teasers give us a taste of things to come. And, overall, Doctor Strange will appeal only to Marvel fans, for others it would be a rather outlandish entertainment.

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