• This is basically a paranoid movie embracing social relevance to compensate for daring to accessorize a tragedy through the medium of art. Given the current climate, these inclinations aren’t surprising. After all, you know a film is on shaky ground when it’s a natural disaster that must rescue it from being a man-made disaster.

  • The Most Incompetent And Tasteless Vanity Vehicle Of The Year…Starring Preity Zinta, Sunny Deol, Arshad Warsi and Shreyas Talpade amongst others, this film should have been titled Ghosts of Bollywood Past.

  • A Shamelessly Passionate Movie About A Hopelessly Passionate Musician…This is not so much a historically inaccurate biopic as it is a celebration of art through its artist

  • Thugs of Hindostan is the Bollywood manifestation of Halloween – an amusing, self-gratifying but altogether pointless fancy-dress ball designed to trick audiences under the guise of treating them

  • Because the invisible thread of kinship connecting a child to a dog is the same one that connects this filmmaker’s vision to our perception of controlled imagery. It is, in essence, a language private and beyond reason. Clearly, for Wes Anderson, all the world’s a postman, and its men and women merely dogs.

  • An Enjoyable, Well-Scripted Look At The Contrasts Of Social Stigma…

  • The Most Unwatchable Hindi Film Of 2018 Is Here…

  • A Powerful, Masterfully Crafted Biopic That Dissects The Man On The Moon
    There’s much to appreciate about the way director Damien Chazelle magnifies the journey of Neil Armstrong – a man who finds solace in telescopic emotions

  • Director Nandita Das beautifully stitches five of the famous Urdu author’s short stories into the narrative of his life’s definitive five-year period

  • This is just shabby filmmaking all around. It goes to show that today’s producers don’t care for the craft either, as long as there’s a “message,” a digital revolution (you know how most new-age filmmakers depict the power of the internet – a video goes viral, and the nation and news channels react in phases?) and a rousing monologue. So what if a few thousand screens squeeze the region’s power stations dry to broadcast this three-hour-long exercise of crippling nobility? It’s the thought that counts.

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