• The film is like a sixer on a golf field, irrelevant and unnecessary. Even Siddiqui’s brave act can’t save this one.

  • It’s better to ignore this tedious disaster and invest money on a much better small budget watch. As for Warsi, we know he has the potential if only he chooses to showcase it in films with better narrative and storyline. Skip this one and keep your peace of mind intact.

  • ‘Kapoor and Sons’ is a film with soul that takes you back to your roots, reminding you how much you love your ‘imperfect’ family in the most perfect way. It reflects upon the changing times and yet holds the ground of family-love perfectly. It brings back the feeling you get while watching ‘Kabhi Khush Kabhi Gham’ sans over the top drama.

  • ‘Zootopia’ is a fun ride with with a relevant message and makes you leave the theater with serious questions running through mind. A perfect teaching for the young and the adults alike. Bravo! Disney studio, you did it again!

  • Leaving the few stretched on ground moments, the entire film is a nature versus man thriller, where courage wins over all odds. Go for this one if you loved the ‘The Perfect Storm’, this one will take you back on that dreaded journey to the sea. As Miriam puts it in the film, “It’s not the water that scares me but what lies beneath it.”

  • Considered as perfect symbolism of dystopia, the final chapter of Hunger Games ends with hope, life and normalancy, something which is extraordinary in Panem. Full of action and edge of the seat thrill, there are moments that touch your heart as well. The heart wrenching 45 second talk between Katniss and Gale just before the climax kicks in, is one of those.

  • ‘Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension’ is rushed, repetitive film that has all the elements a horror film shouldn’t. If being a fan of the franchise you were worried about the declining authenticity and horror quotient with each film, this one is going to disappoint you further. Definitely give it a skip.

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