• Victoria & Abdul offers mixed reactions. It is pleasantly sweet but annoyingly off-putting.

  • Nevertheless it is fascinating as a potent, unwaveringly brutal and emotionally devastating film.

  • Chef is a feel-good film about the importance of relationships and the message comes across smoothly albeit garbed in a long-drawn plot.

  • …while the details are dazzling, the final effects of the film are mildly thrilling but yet far from tame.

  • Judwaa 2 is not a great comedy but it is an engaging entertainer with some laughs and a sort of warm goofiness.

  • Overall, what could have been a strong film, well-researched, stimulating and perhaps hard-hitting film, ends up as a poorly executed court room spectacle sans any drama.

  • Bhoomi could have been a much greater achievement if it had avoided all the familiar stereotypes of rape-and-revenge dramas. But Agra, and the Dutt-Rao chemistry save the day and elevate the film to a superior show of strength where a rapist is not allowed to get away with a sickeningly sexist statement such as this: “Women get raped all the time. Why did you have to get so worked up?”

  • Newton shakes us up in ways that are not visible to the naked eye.

  • Kingsman: The Golden Circle is a decent comic book-esque action packed film.

  • It looks so unrehearsed so spontaneous….just like the film where the characters probably existed long before the writer and director thought about them. We just didn’t know or care.

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