• Over and above, Udta Punjab is not just a winner in Court but also a cracker of a film. It certainly makes you think. While the film is bound to start a dialogue about substance use and abuse, it might even spark off a solution.

  • For those of us who’ve waited for over a decade to see Marlin, Nemo and Dory again, Finding Dory is a welcome piece of nostalgia. The new surprises make for a great experience, one made for the whole family.

  • Overall, Warcraft has nothing new and exciting to offer in terms of cinematic quality. Even the visuals and effects, though remarkable in bits, aren’t enough to make you sit through. A lot of it also looks all too familiar to Harry Potter, The Lord Of The Rings and Game Of Thrones. Two moments of witty banter do get you to chuckle but it’s not worth the ticket price, for gaming enthusiasts or otherwise.

  • If you’re planning on watching something this weekend, The Nice Guys should be your first pick. Not just for the sharpness of the script and screenplay, but also because it’s a wholesome mix of movie genres. And it serves up ’70s Hollywood in the most evocative and funny way. Besides, the actors look like they’re having a ball, the director’s got your attention throughout the film and the ’70s is presented to perfection. What more could you ask for?

  • Overall, this may not be the best superhero film ever and you might come out of it releasing that there’s a sequel too many out there. Despite being all too familiar, this Marvel package deal does give a bang for your buck.

  • Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is recommended only so you can end the almost three-year long wait to find out what happens in the epic collision, but unfortunately for nothing more than that.

  • Overall, The Revenant may not be the most compact film but it is an impactful one. Stunning visuals and performances aside, this film is a sensory experience above all else, although not one for the faint hearted.

  • Overall, the honesty and the haunting reality of the story are what make Aligarh such a compelling watch. Even in the disheartening end, Aligarh gives you hope that maybe, someday our society will be on the verge of coming out for good.

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