• For a sports biopic running at what seems a reasonable length of 2 hours 3 mins, there’re innumerable moments of restlessness in the film. Mary Kom doesn’t have enough to pack a punch.

  • Entertainment is a bagful of boring tricks…The world as they say has really gone to the dogs.

  • Kick is unimaginative and unoriginal…

  • Simply put, comedy never looked this bad. Humshakals is an unforgiveable farce. At one point in the film, Chunky Pandey, whose cameo appearance is forgettable, says, “This is public harassment.” That is the precise sentence we’ll use to describe the experience of seeing this film.

  • Filmistaan depends far too much on its hero to control the proceedings. The climax drags as one awaits Sunny’s fate. As a film recognising the influence of cinema, Filmistaan is engaging, but not as a kidnapping thriller.

  • Soundarya has stated in interviews that Kochadaiiyaan is her way to immortalize her father. Despite having two Rajinis in the film, she doesn’t succeed as the revenge action drama the film never quite engrosses you.

  • Ultimately, Heropanti becomes all about Shroff’s athletic ability and has little to do with his acting ones.

  • The Xpose is HR’s way of saying he can do everything that Salman Khan, the man who gave him his big break, can do.

    With little merit in the film, we’re more interested in seeing the featurette on the making of the film.

  • Million Dollar Arm keeps you engaged as McCarthy succeeds in peppering the script with a balance of light-hearted and poignant moments. AR Rahman’s score is mishmash, drawing sounds from everywhere leaving the soundtrack with no standout track.

  • Simply put, this Spider-Man has little to offer that truly amazes you.

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