• If you ask me, you’d do well to just let Johnny escape this weekend and find something actually fun to do instead.

  • If you loved the Gangs of Wasseypur movies, you’ll find Meeruthiya Gangsters engaging in parts. Not a bad attempt at all for a debutant director.

  • Unfortunately, the storytelling in Kaun Kitne Paani Mein uniformly starts out with much force but falls short of realising its potential.

  • Fantastic Four tries really hard to be cool and witty, but the only thing fantastic about it is the way it manages to make superheroes seem unremarkable.

  • Bangistan is eventually reduced to being a satire on the notion of a satire, falling tremendously short of a bang for your buck.

  • Kangana does manage to salvage a scene or two with her now-famous screen presence. But that’s pretty much it. Give this one a miss if you love New Year’s Eve. Or new York. Or both.

  • Like many of its peers, Miss Tanakpur takes off with a great premise but fails to realise its full potential.

  • …strikes as overly verbose and preachy.

  • Shot on location in Coorg, the film offers scenic views of the majestic estate and the idyllic life its owners lead.

    The conversations, however, are less poetic. The dialogues oscillate between verbose and flippant throughout the film, consequently diluting the impact the film’s key moments could have otherwise had.

  • Dirty Politics represents the same online trolls it resembles — a potential threat given its ability to misguide the masses with its half-baked ideas and smug ignorance.

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