• In the conclusion, Kedarnath does have some genuinely likable moments but when the monotony of the drama gets exposed, the film’s pace breaks down and the entertainment level drops. The film somewhat manages to regain its speed in the climax. But till then, you find it is already late.

  • A low-stake, contrived story filled with futile characters and hampered by exposition makes this sequel a dull affair.

  • ‘Isle of Dogs’ is fast paced, colourful, and an absolute delight all around. And Anderson once again demonstrates that he is among cinema’s all time greats. 

  • Namaste England, which uses the same template of 2007 hit Namastey London, is forced and takes the audience for granted.

  • Tumbbad is miles above the average Indian fantasy-horror film in terms of both sophistication and vision.

  • Since the film focuses mainly on Neil’s family relationships, the moon mission feels secondary, and therefore it lacks lot of drama.

  • Bollywood fans have a good appetite for sappy love stories, but Jalebi is a kind of a film where fans will pray for the end to come as quickly and painlessly as possible. With a catch-line like ‘everlasting taste of love’, the film had a promise of delicious recipe of romance but this is a poorly baked dish which is completely devoid of any taste, forget the everlasting effect.

  • A wonderful actress already, Kajol is the sure shot reason you love watching Helicopter Eela throughout.

  • Venom volumes up its darker tone, but it ends up being bizarre and lazy than smart and gritty.

  • Sriram Raghavan has set his focus on making the usually serious murder mystery a gripping yet entertaining one.

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