• ‘Mission Mangal’ had a promising premise but it’s oversimplification robs the viewer of the authenticity and complexity of a sophisticated operation.

  • Loyalists won’t be disappointed for sure, and the series may even inspire some new members.

  • Epic contains all the familiar trappings, but is nonetheless immensely striking to watch. It may not be ground-breaking as far as the use animation is concerned, but packs a solid punch. The meticulous efforts invested by the makers must be honored by booking a seat in the multiplex for this epic ride.

  • Shootout At Wadala fails on all counts

  • In any science fiction movie, it is important that the viewer has faith in the undertaking in the first place, which is justified and explained by, quite literally, by the science behind it. Shree doesn’t quite posses any, nor has any personality or conviction to sail its boat successfully. What it becomes, is an embarrassing debut for its many first-timers.

  • Rangrezz is a powerful social drama that brims with the urgency of the young and the audacious. Its ideology may be deeply flawed but perhaps that’s the point the film is trying to make: being clueless; and often misguided while being young is probably the right way towards self-discovery.

  • Watch 3G only for a few cheap thrills.

  • This is a terrible mishap of a film that doesn’t hold a mirror to society, or the city, but rather stares at it with bloodshot eyes and a dagger in hand.

  • Rajdhani Express could be such a fatal blow to your collective consciousness that you’d want to recommend the film to your worst enemies and seek comfort in the fact that they are going to be irreparably traumatised.

  • Table No. 21 should be watched for the reactive social commentary that it is, and should not be misconceived as a vigilante film.

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