• Jason Momoa and Amber Heard star in the DCEU’s best film since Wonder Woman. James Wan just saved a series from drowning.

  • JK Rowling’s annoying streak of making irreparable changes to her Harry Potter series breaks all limits of decency.

  • Director Wes Anderson’s latest, despite featuring a talented voice cast that includes Bryan Cranston, Edward Norton and others doesn’t have his usual bite.

  • Ryan Gosling takes one giant leap towards an Oscar in Damien Chazelle’s Neil Armstrong biopic…First Man movie review: Ryan Gosling and Damien Chazelle reunite after La La Land for one of the most thrilling films of the year. Expect Oscars from this Neil Armstrong biopic.

  • Crazy Rich Asians’ social victories far outweigh its creative accomplishments – it is, admittedly, a giant win for representation in a white male dominated industry – but it never lets you forget that with only a slight adjustment in tone, it could pass off as a feature length advertisement for Singapore tourism.

  • Tom Hardy is the antidote poisonously dull Marvel rip-off…Tom Hardy delivers a bravura one-man show in this poisonously drab Spider-Man spin-off which pales in comparison to its Marvel counterparts.

  • Director Shane Black’s hyper-violent and jarringly comedic reboot of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s ‘80s action classic feels stuck in the past.

  • John Abraham and Manoj Bajpayee’s film is a torturous, deeply irresponsible, phony and tone-deaf waste of time.

  • By talking about the hardships of his life, and his unstoppable survival instinct, it is almost as if Shaukat is mocking death, taunting it for being a weak opponent. It is, of course, a cruel twist of fate that this line has taken on new meaning in light of recent events. But there’s strength to be derived from Shaukat’s words, and he’d be the first one to boast that they’re almost poetic, wouldn’t you say?

  • Tom Cruise’s latest film has some of the greatest action ever put on film, and a plot that every Indian can relate to.

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