• All-in-all, while Mubarakan suffers from a strained and predictable plot, its silliness does make you laugh. So go watch the film if indulging in there hours of escapist comedy is your game.

  • What this movie lacks is self-belief and great music. If the whole point of the film was to make it a tribute to Michael Jackson then MJ’s original tunes should have been used.

  • War for the Planet of the Apes is that rare sequel which has surpassed its predecessors. It’s the third film in the trilogy and the best. One would go as far as to day if there is one film that you want to see this year then this is it.

  • Beware that this is no children’s film. This is Star Wars for adults. Well-loved characters die, the violence is gory by and large and the atmosphere is more on the lines of the French Resistance during World War II than the light-hearted thrillers that George Lucas films were.  It’s full of Easter Eggs for fans to explore over many viewings and that perhaps is its sole weakness. Don’t go to the movie with a friend who hasn’t seen any of the films as you’d only be explaining things to him/her…

  • Kahaani 2 is a good watch. But it isn’t as riveting as the Kahaani. Sujoy didn’t tie the loose end as dexterously as he did in the original but overall its still paisa vasool…

  • Never Go Back lacks that certain X factor despite pushing all the right buttons. Tom Cruise has survived all these years by displaying a boyish charm, even in his Mission Impossible films, which remain White comedies. But here, where he has to play a taciturn ex-army drifter with just a toothbrush to his name, the cracks show up in the not-so-young smile…

  • The Accountant is an out-and -out action film and action film buffs won’t be disappointed by the use of heavy duty guns and armour piercing bullets which turn the climax into a veritable battlefield. The lost and found premise in the end adds just the nice emotional touch to the heavy duty action.

  • Inferno doesn’t have that edge-of-the-seat quality that was necessary for an end of the world scenario film. The plot twist, when it comes, is totally predictable and the climax too isn’t gripping enough. Both Hanks and Howard clearly need a break from the series now…

  • Given the scope of his role, gross injustice has been done to Denzel Washington’s dramatic abilities. We would have loved to know how his character shaped up over the years and how he managed to survive in a White man’s landscape. There was enough potential for his character to have evolved into something truly magnificent but the chance was let slip by the director. And that, sadly, is by and large true for the whole film itself…

  • Freaky Ali is a sweet little comedy that’s sure to put a smile on your lips. Nawazuddin’s performance alone is worth the price of the ticket.

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