• There is nothing glorious about poverty, and every time you fear Garth Davis may resort to a trick like that, he stays away.

  • Despite a novel idea and a fresh pairing in Taapsee Pannu and Amit Sadh, this film fails to engage you.

  • Rana Daggubati and Kay Kay Menon film could have been an engrossing crisis-at-sea drama but the film is so busy slaying Pakistanis that it loses sight of its core strengths.

  • The film has many “facts”, and a smattering of alternative facts…

  • The film is an excuse to showcase the expertise of ancient China when it comes to warfare, to the “barbarian” West.

  • The Founder focuses too much on the business side of things — including a passing reference to Coke sponsorship of menus — to give us an insight into the man whose ambition now feeds “1% of the world’s population” at any given time.

  • With space travel offered up as the new adventure tour, Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt are actually accidental astronauts. And that is a real disservice to the impressive science of Passengers.

  • This film has perhaps the most well-cast video-game movie ever. Unfortunately, the script, performances or dialogues cannot keep pace.

  • Things go wrong, some threateningly bulky bears get involved, and relationships face minor crises. But all is well that ends well. Particularly when you can leave with a tune on your lips and a spring in your steps.

  • Murder and rape, bosoms and hairdos and an unintentional critique of how television news function, Wajah Tum Ho is an unruly mess.

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