• Hellboy is a strange sometimes comic journey filled with excessive carnage. It’s no cinematic marvel but it’s still a fun ride.

  • Tim Burton’s magic can’t save it…Disney’s latest dip into its treasure of archives crashes before it can soar like its main character

  • Bay may have anthropomorphised hunks of metal in five smash-bash Transformer films. But it’s Knight who has injected heart and soul into that robot body.

  • Though flawed and excruciatingly long, DC’s latest packs enough punch to keep Aquaman fans hooked.

  • A seamless blend of disparate aesthetics and an universally touching tale makes Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse incredibly refreshing

  • The second of the Fantastic Beasts series is heavy on the head but easy on the eye

  • A giant Oscar-worthy leap for Damien Chazelle…

  • Venom is a treat only because of Hardy but try as he might (he does very much so), the actor cannot shoulder the disappointing film.

  • If the dismal unravelling of the film’s plot isn’t oppressive enough, its tone-deaf screenplay will dance on every last nerve. The comic relief is centred around an ex-military man’s Tourette’s syndrome. Director Black not only let his friend, a known sex offender, be a part of his film but he allowed lines like “tone down the psychosis” and “his son is retarded” to make the final cut. The Predator is a let down on so many counts that any and all redeeming factors go unnoticed while its mammoth flaws haunt your memory long after this debacle of a film is over.  

  • There’s random sex, flirtation and dropping of the sari pallu — none of which is aesthetically pleasing. The film has no memorable songs either and even fails to move you with a cover of the popular Lata Mangeshkar song, Lag Ja Gale. With a hint of another sequel, either Dhulia takes a hard look at the relevance of this franchise, or convinces Salman Khan for a ‘he is the bhai’ edition and mint money.

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