• We need more moms like Devaki to protect our daughters in a society which is NOT safe for women and a paradise for rapists.

  • Spider-Man: Homecoming is a nice movie with a good script. It might not impress a diehard Spider-Man fan but makes for an enjoyable watch.

  • The film fails to impress. The action scenes at the end are a yawn fest. It’s high time the transformers forget about Unicron and spare us from watching them in action. Not more than one star for this.

  • This Tubelight flickers; fails to shine brightly. The film fails to leave an impact. Surely, a little more was expected from the actor-director duo who has delivered a film like Bajrangi Bhaijaan in the past!

  • I would definitely love to watch a sequel to this wedding of thriller and comedy. This is a film which you can enjoy with your family and even if you’re watching alone. Lovely performance by Riteish and Vivek.

  • Mr. Fee, thank you for bringing your cars to life in such an amazing way. I would surely love to be a part of this wonderful car race! The thoroughly enjoyable film will surely lift up your spirits! And yes, it offers a message, ‘it’s never too late to chase your dreams, it’s never too late to start afresh!’ 

  • Behen Hogi Teri is another example of Rajkummar Rao’s excellent performance; he will surely win your heart. Despite its shortcomings, the film is entertaining and makes for a nice weekend watch. And yes, the title is interesting!

  • Not a bay worth watching.

    Baywatch looks like a perfect Bollywood masala entertainer. If not anywhere else, the film might find takers in India. If you were a fan of the David Hasselhoff and Pamela Anderson starrer TV series, then you are surely going to dislike this Paramount movie.

  • This Disney film is a visual spectacle and the credit for this goes to cinematographer Paul Cameron. However, less of Jack Sparrow makes it drab.

    The film can be watched for nice VFX, but (heartbreak alert!) if you are a Johnny Depp fan I would strictly recommend not watching it.

  • This is a film with which every Indian student and parent will be able to relate. Kudos to the makers for highlighting the way education is being turned into a business (which only the rich can afford) in our country. At the same time, it points out the plight of government schools where the major concern is not just lack of infrastructure and facilities but also the lack of students.

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