• The cast overall remains a big draw in a film that somehow becomes mediocre somewhere down its runtime, despite its subject. ‘Mission Mangal’ ends up an ordinary film about an extraordinary feat. 

  • Judgementall Hai Kya has its flaws. The film’s novelty factor, however, is simply too tempting to gloss over. Don’t be too judgemental about its flaws, and you might just love this one.

  • Some of the sequences are unexpectedly heartwarming. But I wish the film could have avoided the cliched depiction of Pakistan with paper green flags strung on threads across streets. Pakistan, as we all know, is a state of mind created to infuse an unreal level of patriotism in Indians. Given that volatile situation, ‘RAW’ reveals a remarkable restrain.

  • Far from an Indian version of ‘The Wolf Of Wall Street’
    The first half of the film drags at an even keel without any real inciting moments, merely establishing the characters

  • Neither intellectually deep nor even logically sound (press any soft spot and the whole plot caves in), A Quiet Place feels at odds with a musical score that too often wants to tell us when to jump, and how high. Yet in its convincing portrayal of a situation where a rusty nail is as lethal as an unexploded bomb, and the few remaining inhabitants seem — much like the audience — more likely to die of stress than anything else, the movie rocks. You may go in jaded, but you’ll leave elated or I’ll eat my words.

  • Padmaavat has raised the bars in terms of cinematography, music and production design, the film has authentically registered the richness of Rajput Kingdom, the lifestyle of Khiljis and their practices. Though the film’s runtime is 163 minutes, it engages you from the start to the end. Special mention to the team who is in charge for the Tamil dubbing, they have done a brilliant job and in fact, we slowly begin to feel as if we are watching a direct Tamil film.

  • Overall with good production quality, debutant director Akshat Verma’s attempt at this noir comedy is engaging but it goes without saying that the script material tries to sell itself a little too hard.

  • The monotony and sedated pace of the film will have you turning in your seat. But, you soon begin to wonder if the pain inflicted via these long hours of injustice would be noticeable without it.

  • If you insist on watching Justice League this week you mustn’t regret having missed out one of the most thought-provoking and exhausting and yet finally exceedingly rewarding film.

  • Overall, Coco is a charming film that you should not miss.

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