• Sicario may not be as tensely successful as some of director Denis Villeneuve’s past work, but it’s enthralling enough, smart enough and raises enough questions to be counted as another tick in the masterful filmmaker’s success column.

  • Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four isn’t really Josh Trank’s at all. Instead, it’s a mildew of studio meddling and artistic frustrations that’s so lacking in action, drama or character development that it’s impossible to recommend.

  • Genisys starts off cleverly with a fresh take on a familiar plot, before drowning under the weight of its own smarts. Still, director Alan Taylor gives you enough entertainment to make this time-traveling adventure a decent way to pass time.

  • Guddu Rangeela could’ve been great had Subhash Kapoor stuck to making a satire that tried to do something about the appalling backwardness of our hinterlands. Instead, we get a middling and uninspired action comedy that’s neither entertaining nor enlightening.

  • ABCD 2 is too melodramatic and too impressed with itself to be able to deliver an eye-popping dance spectacle that you expect and deserve. If you’re looking for that great Bollywood dance-off film, you’ll have to wait and see if ABCD 3 does it for you.

  • …had too many excuses to turn out badly. Instead, Colin Trevorrow manages to put together a film that’s equal parts entertaining and nostalgic. It may not be Jurassic Park, but this is as close as you could come to replicating it’s epicness in a sequel.

  • …might be a flawed family comedy-drama, but the flawed family at its center is so relatable and the issues that it confronts are so relevant, that the film will end up being a fond if bittersweet memory.

  • …is a slightly better effort than director Ashish R. Mohan’s previous film, the stain on humanity that was Khiladi 786, but that isn’t saying much. The film neither entertains nor does it inform, and it leaves you asking: what the fafda, man.

  • …is a rather faithful disaster-actioner that’s almost always gorgeous to look at and occasionally thrilling in its building porn, but is let down by its cardboard characters and some uninspired writing.

  • …is a special film that beats the astronomical odds against it to give us a heartfelt, unconventional yet traditional rom-com sequel that is able to find the rare perfect balance between romance and comedy.

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