• If you haven’t seen the original though, you’re sure to walk out of the theatre with a warm-fuzzy feeling.

  • It’s a great-looking film with an original idea. Watch it for its stars but it won’t have an astronomical impact on you.

  • Three of the four songs are recreations of older hits and pop-up dutifully when there’s a lull in the screenplay. The background score refuses to die down and accompanies you throughout the movie.

    There is no justifiable reason to recommend this one.

  • As an informative piece on the catastrophe at the Deepwater Horizon, the movie just doesn’t dig deep enough. But as a visually rich disaster movie, it passes the test.

  • If you care for some laughs, some YRF nostalgia and are, well, promiscuous with your choice of romcoms, you could take a chance with this one.

  • Moana literally means ‘the ocean’ and as the heroine conquers her namesake, she also conquers your heart. You won’t regret setting sail and voyaging with her.

  • …if you’re the kind of person that opens their eyes to Facebook and Twitter every morning, Nerve may be the wake up call you need.

  • ‘Force 2’ is a decent entertainer for the thrill-seekers, the action won’t disappoint. Go ahead and may the force be with you!

  • On the downside, there’s a bizarre twist in the last 15 minutes that could have been replaced with a scene or two of good conversation, but if you have an appetite for melodrama, you might just like it.

    That said, you usually come away from a Karan Johar movie dreaming of singing sweet tunes in the Alps; but ADHM makes you realize just how cold it is, up there. Go watch it for a relatable portrayal of modern-day relationships.

  • To its credit, the movie is only 102 minutes long, and you can see a sense of honesty in it. But the final product is underwhelming and looks like a small-scale remake of the Hollywood film franchise, The Purge (innocent people running scared on the streets, dodging murderous mobs).

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