'The Big Bull' review: Abhishek Bachchan casts an inconsistent shadow of an underdog that fails to connect

Kookie Gulati's The Big Bull oscillates between finding a ground between being inspirational and between the grey area of success and greed. In turn, it only achieves confusion.

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'Godzilla vs. Kong' review: It's worth all the hype

Watch 'Godzilla vs. Kong' in a theatre, it’s made for the big screen.

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'Sandeep aur Pinky Faraar' review: Parineeti Chopra shines in a sketchy film

'Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar' may be well-intended but it falters at the execution level. At two hours run time, the film appears to stretch, there are plot points that do not make sense and scenes…

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'The Courier' review: An ode to unconventional friendship amid the backdrop of Cold War

The Courier is a spy drama about a British businessman and his Russian ally who try to bring peace in the world.

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'The Falcon and The Winter Soldier' review: The first episode is all about redemptions, re-adjustments, and replacements

The only thing to keep in mind here is, this series will play out the values of Captain America, by two of the most impulsive Avengers. If anything, that promises a lot of friction and in-turn fun…

Read Article

'Zack Snyder’s Justice League' review: Exhausting yet engaging fan service disguised as a saga

You can pick all the faults in terms of movie-making, but it never claimed to be one. It proclaimed itself to be a fan-service, an undoing of a mistake, and it does that beautifully.

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Grey's Anatomy S17 Ep 7 review: A chapter of another beloved character closes

The exit of a cast member is not something new for the show. Staring with Derek, Lexie, Mark, George, Izzie, the list goes on. But, it had been a while since we said goodbye to any of the…

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'Roohi' review: Rajkummar Rao, Janhvi Kapoor's horror-comedy thrills only in parts 

In 'Roohi', Janhvi Kapoor plays the vulnerable, sad Roohi to the hilt while Varun Sharma aces as Kattani. The scenes where Kattani romances Afza, the ghost possessing Roohi are high points of the…

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'Bombay Begums' review: Powerful performances with an over-used narration 

'Bombay Begums' ventures out with a bold story but ultimately succumbs to predictability and that is the biggest flaw of the series.

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'Raya and the Last Dragon' review: Disney's film is a reminder of why there's strength in unity

A sweet watch that we recommend you kickstart your weekend with, Disney’s ‘Raya and the Last Dragon’ is about a fantasy land Kumandra that has five warring tribes after the dragons sacrifice their…

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'The Girl On The Train' review: Parineeti Chopra's film is high on melodrama 

A whodunnit with Parineeti playing the central character, 'The Girl On The Train' only manages to thrill and intrigue in parts. 

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'I Care a Lot' review: An exhilarating pitch-black comedy with a stellar performance by Rosamund Pike

'I Care a Lot' proposes, rather boldly, that the act of taking back control in a male-dominated society shouldn’t be reserved for honourable women. Because after all, there’s a gender imbalance in…

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Girls Hostel Season 2 review: A nostalgic trip with relevance to the present times

Girls Hostel Season 2 takes the series ahead and talks about pressing matters which need to be discussed.

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'Firefly Lane' review: Poignant, powerful story of two women and friendship that becomes the bulkhead of their lives

Firefly Lane is a story you’ll never forget one you’ll want to pass on to your best friend.

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'Chuha Billi' review: Adah Sharma nails her act as a mentally disturbed person in this creepy tale of two friends

FNP Media’s latest release, ‘Chuha Billi’ starring Adah Sharma and Anupriya Goenka released this weekend and is not an easy watch.

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'Minari' review: A poignant story of bitter-sweet dreams, hope and family

Directed by Lee Isaac Chun, 'Minari' is a weed of hope that'll grow on you during these dark, dampened times

Read Article

'The Big Bull' review: Abhishek Bachchan casts an inconsistent shadow of an underdog that fails to connect

Kookie Gulati's The Big Bull oscillates between finding a ground between being inspirational and between the grey area of success and greed. In turn, it only achieves confusion.

Read Article

'Godzilla vs. Kong' review: It's worth all the hype

Watch 'Godzilla vs. Kong' in a theatre, it’s made for the big screen.

Read Article

'Sandeep aur Pinky Faraar' review: Parineeti Chopra shines in a sketchy film

'Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar' may be well-intended but it falters at the execution level. At two hours run time, the film appears to stretch, there are plot points that do not make sense and scenes…

Read Article

'The Courier' review: An ode to unconventional friendship amid the backdrop of Cold War

The Courier is a spy drama about a British businessman and his Russian ally who try to bring peace in the world.

Read Article

'The Falcon and The Winter Soldier' review: The first episode is all about redemptions, re-adjustments, and replacements

The only thing to keep in mind here is, this series will play out the values of Captain America, by two of the most impulsive Avengers. If anything, that promises a lot of friction and in-turn fun…

Read Article

'Zack Snyder’s Justice League' review: Exhausting yet engaging fan service disguised as a saga

You can pick all the faults in terms of movie-making, but it never claimed to be one. It proclaimed itself to be a fan-service, an undoing of a mistake, and it does that beautifully.

Read Article

Grey's Anatomy S17 Ep 7 review: A chapter of another beloved character closes

The exit of a cast member is not something new for the show. Staring with Derek, Lexie, Mark, George, Izzie, the list goes on. But, it had been a while since we said goodbye to any of the…

Read Article

'Roohi' review: Rajkummar Rao, Janhvi Kapoor's horror-comedy thrills only in parts 

In 'Roohi', Janhvi Kapoor plays the vulnerable, sad Roohi to the hilt while Varun Sharma aces as Kattani. The scenes where Kattani romances Afza, the ghost possessing Roohi are high points of the…

Read Article

'Bombay Begums' review: Powerful performances with an over-used narration 

'Bombay Begums' ventures out with a bold story but ultimately succumbs to predictability and that is the biggest flaw of the series.

Read Article

'Raya and the Last Dragon' review: Disney's film is a reminder of why there's strength in unity

A sweet watch that we recommend you kickstart your weekend with, Disney’s ‘Raya and the Last Dragon’ is about a fantasy land Kumandra that has five warring tribes after the dragons sacrifice their…

Read Article

'The Girl On The Train' review: Parineeti Chopra's film is high on melodrama 

A whodunnit with Parineeti playing the central character, 'The Girl On The Train' only manages to thrill and intrigue in parts. 

Read Article

'I Care a Lot' review: An exhilarating pitch-black comedy with a stellar performance by Rosamund Pike

'I Care a Lot' proposes, rather boldly, that the act of taking back control in a male-dominated society shouldn’t be reserved for honourable women. Because after all, there’s a gender imbalance in…

Read Article

Girls Hostel Season 2 review: A nostalgic trip with relevance to the present times

Girls Hostel Season 2 takes the series ahead and talks about pressing matters which need to be discussed.

Read Article

'Firefly Lane' review: Poignant, powerful story of two women and friendship that becomes the bulkhead of their lives

Firefly Lane is a story you’ll never forget one you’ll want to pass on to your best friend.

Read Article

'Chuha Billi' review: Adah Sharma nails her act as a mentally disturbed person in this creepy tale of two friends

FNP Media’s latest release, ‘Chuha Billi’ starring Adah Sharma and Anupriya Goenka released this weekend and is not an easy watch.

Read Article

'News of the World' review: A slow burn, watch it for lead cast Tom Hanks-Helena Zengel

A slow burn for most parts, 'News of the World' is for those who enjoy Tom Hanks doing his magic on the screen.

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'Our Friend' review: An ode to friendship amid despair and loss 

A sombre story of a family dealing with a terminal illness, 'Our Friend' has credible performances from its lead cast- Jason Segal, Casey Affleck and Dakota Johnson. 

Read Article

'To All The Boys: Always and Forever' review: The end of the franchise is about faith, trust and lot of mush 

This is the third installment of the To All The Boys and in many ways better than the previous one and close to the first one in terms of freshness, feels, and romance.

Read Article

'Monster Hunter' review: Another tedious video game adaptation by Milla Jovovich-Paul Anderson

‘Monster Hunter’ is not meant to be hunted, but to be forgotten under the pile of new watches and re-watches. Forgettable if not a tedious, lengthy watch. 

Read Article

'Minari' review: A poignant story of bitter-sweet dreams, hope and family

Directed by Lee Isaac Chun, 'Minari' is a weed of hope that'll grow on you during these dark, dampened times

Read Article

'The Big Bull' review: Abhishek Bachchan casts an inconsistent shadow of an underdog that fails to connect

Kookie Gulati's The Big Bull oscillates between finding a ground between being inspirational and between the grey area of success and greed. In turn, it only achieves confusion.

Read Article

'Godzilla vs. Kong' review: It's worth all the hype

Watch 'Godzilla vs. Kong' in a theatre, it’s made for the big screen.

Read Article

'Sandeep aur Pinky Faraar' review: Parineeti Chopra shines in a sketchy film

'Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar' may be well-intended but it falters at the execution level. At two hours run time, the film appears to stretch, there are plot points that do not make sense and scenes…

Read Article

'The Courier' review: An ode to unconventional friendship amid the backdrop of Cold War

The Courier is a spy drama about a British businessman and his Russian ally who try to bring peace in the world.

Read Article

'The Falcon and The Winter Soldier' review: The first episode is all about redemptions, re-adjustments, and replacements

The only thing to keep in mind here is, this series will play out the values of Captain America, by two of the most impulsive Avengers. If anything, that promises a lot of friction and in-turn fun…

Read Article

'Zack Snyder’s Justice League' review: Exhausting yet engaging fan service disguised as a saga

You can pick all the faults in terms of movie-making, but it never claimed to be one. It proclaimed itself to be a fan-service, an undoing of a mistake, and it does that beautifully.

Read Article

Grey's Anatomy S17 Ep 7 review: A chapter of another beloved character closes

The exit of a cast member is not something new for the show. Staring with Derek, Lexie, Mark, George, Izzie, the list goes on. But, it had been a while since we said goodbye to any of the…

Read Article

'Roohi' review: Rajkummar Rao, Janhvi Kapoor's horror-comedy thrills only in parts 

In 'Roohi', Janhvi Kapoor plays the vulnerable, sad Roohi to the hilt while Varun Sharma aces as Kattani. The scenes where Kattani romances Afza, the ghost possessing Roohi are high points of the…

Read Article

'Bombay Begums' review: Powerful performances with an over-used narration 

'Bombay Begums' ventures out with a bold story but ultimately succumbs to predictability and that is the biggest flaw of the series.

Read Article

'Raya and the Last Dragon' review: Disney's film is a reminder of why there's strength in unity

A sweet watch that we recommend you kickstart your weekend with, Disney’s ‘Raya and the Last Dragon’ is about a fantasy land Kumandra that has five warring tribes after the dragons sacrifice their…

Read Article

'The Girl On The Train' review: Parineeti Chopra's film is high on melodrama 

A whodunnit with Parineeti playing the central character, 'The Girl On The Train' only manages to thrill and intrigue in parts. 

Read Article

'I Care a Lot' review: An exhilarating pitch-black comedy with a stellar performance by Rosamund Pike

'I Care a Lot' proposes, rather boldly, that the act of taking back control in a male-dominated society shouldn’t be reserved for honourable women. Because after all, there’s a gender imbalance in…

Read Article

Girls Hostel Season 2 review: A nostalgic trip with relevance to the present times

Girls Hostel Season 2 takes the series ahead and talks about pressing matters which need to be discussed.

Read Article

'Firefly Lane' review: Poignant, powerful story of two women and friendship that becomes the bulkhead of their lives

Firefly Lane is a story you’ll never forget one you’ll want to pass on to your best friend.

Read Article

'Chuha Billi' review: Adah Sharma nails her act as a mentally disturbed person in this creepy tale of two friends

FNP Media’s latest release, ‘Chuha Billi’ starring Adah Sharma and Anupriya Goenka released this weekend and is not an easy watch.

Read Article

'News of the World' review: A slow burn, watch it for lead cast Tom Hanks-Helena Zengel

A slow burn for most parts, 'News of the World' is for those who enjoy Tom Hanks doing his magic on the screen.

Read Article

'Our Friend' review: An ode to friendship amid despair and loss 

A sombre story of a family dealing with a terminal illness, 'Our Friend' has credible performances from its lead cast- Jason Segal, Casey Affleck and Dakota Johnson. 

Read Article

'To All The Boys: Always and Forever' review: The end of the franchise is about faith, trust and lot of mush 

This is the third installment of the To All The Boys and in many ways better than the previous one and close to the first one in terms of freshness, feels, and romance.

Read Article

'Monster Hunter' review: Another tedious video game adaptation by Milla Jovovich-Paul Anderson

‘Monster Hunter’ is not meant to be hunted, but to be forgotten under the pile of new watches and re-watches. Forgettable if not a tedious, lengthy watch. 

Read Article