‘The Last Letter From Your Lover’ review: That elusive thing called love

‘The Last Letter From Your Lover’ may get whiplashed for lack of originality, and even get schooled for not having brought in newer forms of expression in this done-to-death. But, hey, some movies…

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My Unorthodox Life series review: Fanaticism, fashion, frill—in that order!

The fundamentalist Judaism that Julia Haart goes gung-ho about is deprived of a fair, eagle view in ‘My Unorthodox Life’. We do not question the ‘why’; just demand a ‘how’.

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'14 Phere' review: Vikrant Massey, Kriti Kharbanda's film oversimplifies honour killing

'14 Phere' features a refreshing new pair- Vikrant Massey and Kriti Kharbanda- and has its moments. 

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Monsters At Work S1, EP4 review: A meld of promise and politics

Unlike episode three of 'Monsters At Work', the Monsters Inc. team deviates from high-octane emotions. Instead, the off-beat gang exhibits team spirit with panache as they vow to win the…

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'Toofan' review: Farhan Akhtar’s our million dollar baby… Not!

Directed by Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra, 'Toofaan' is streaming on Amazon Prime Video. The sports drama features Bollywood actors Farhan Akhtar, Mrunal Thakur, Paresh Rawal and others in pivotal roles…

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Monsters At Work S1, EP 3 review: Of love and human connections

Pixar Animation Studios' 'Monsters At Work' series is about a bunch of monsters turning jokesters and how they negotiate their place of work with a new mindset. The voices for this animation…

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Anne Boleyn mini series review: Jodie-Turner Smith delivers her finest thus far as the controversial monarch

To take a few pages out of the darkest period of history, tucked away probably for the better,—with a cultish figure at its heart—director Lynsey Miller could have invited wrath and fury along her…

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'Haseen Dillruba' review: Taapsee Pannu, Vikrant Massey's latest film has a warped sense of love

Written by Kanika Dhillon, 'Haseen Dillruba' attempts to be an unconventional love story. Based on the theme of popular Hindi pulp fictions novels, the story uses the tropes of small towns in…

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'Ray' review: Satyajit Ray's stories deliciously served for the Gen Z 

'Ray' - an anthology on Netflix- attempts to recreate four of Satyajit Ray's short stories into films. The essence of the stories remain the same but adapted to suit the current generation. 

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'Sherni' review: Vidya Balan's new film is refreshing, real and different

Vidya Balan's new film 'Sherni', directed by Amit Masurkar, works because it provides for a refreshingly new story. Sans the melodrama, the film takes the viewers deep inside the jungles and tells…

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'The Family Man' season 2 review: Manoj Bajpayee, Samantha shine in a worthy sequel 

Seson 2 of 'The Family Man' not just has Manoj Bajpayee and Samantha Akkineni in top form but also has credible performances by actors like Priyamani, Seema…

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'Oslo' movie review: Not a better time for this HBO drama on 1993 Israel-Palestine peace talks

'Oslo' is high on human emotions and drama rather than being a history lesson

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'Maharani' review: Huma Qureshi shines in political drama that will keep you hooked

Trio of characters Bheema, Rani and Navin carry the political drama set in 1990s Bihar 

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'Friends' reunion review: The one where everyone gets nostalgic and emotional

Filled with nostalgia- the 'Friends' reunion was everything that the fans were waiting for but was also slightly heartbreaking

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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

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‘Mimi’ review: Kriti Sanon internalises her character’s plight with grit and grace

Kriti Sanon-Pankaj Tripathi-starrer ‘Mimi’—from outward observations—is an ode to all those faceless mothers who are often abandoned by their firaang bailouts in heartland India. 

Read Article

‘The Last Letter From Your Lover’ review: That elusive thing called love

‘The Last Letter From Your Lover’ may get whiplashed for lack of originality, and even get schooled for not having brought in newer forms of expression in this done-to-death. But, hey, some movies…

Read Article

My Unorthodox Life series review: Fanaticism, fashion, frill—in that order!

The fundamentalist Judaism that Julia Haart goes gung-ho about is deprived of a fair, eagle view in ‘My Unorthodox Life’. We do not question the ‘why’; just demand a ‘how’.

Read Article

'14 Phere' review: Vikrant Massey, Kriti Kharbanda's film oversimplifies honour killing

'14 Phere' features a refreshing new pair- Vikrant Massey and Kriti Kharbanda- and has its moments. 

Read Article

Monsters At Work S1, EP4 review: A meld of promise and politics

Unlike episode three of 'Monsters At Work', the Monsters Inc. team deviates from high-octane emotions. Instead, the off-beat gang exhibits team spirit with panache as they vow to win the…

Read Article

'Toofan' review: Farhan Akhtar’s our million dollar baby… Not!

Directed by Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra, 'Toofaan' is streaming on Amazon Prime Video. The sports drama features Bollywood actors Farhan Akhtar, Mrunal Thakur, Paresh Rawal and others in pivotal roles…

Read Article

Monsters At Work S1, EP 3 review: Of love and human connections

Pixar Animation Studios' 'Monsters At Work' series is about a bunch of monsters turning jokesters and how they negotiate their place of work with a new mindset. The voices for this animation…

Read Article

Anne Boleyn mini series review: Jodie-Turner Smith delivers her finest thus far as the controversial monarch

To take a few pages out of the darkest period of history, tucked away probably for the better,—with a cultish figure at its heart—director Lynsey Miller could have invited wrath and fury along her…

Read Article

'Haseen Dillruba' review: Taapsee Pannu, Vikrant Massey's latest film has a warped sense of love

Written by Kanika Dhillon, 'Haseen Dillruba' attempts to be an unconventional love story. Based on the theme of popular Hindi pulp fictions novels, the story uses the tropes of small towns in…

Read Article

'Ray' review: Satyajit Ray's stories deliciously served for the Gen Z 

'Ray' - an anthology on Netflix- attempts to recreate four of Satyajit Ray's short stories into films. The essence of the stories remain the same but adapted to suit the current generation. 

Read Article

'Sherni' review: Vidya Balan's new film is refreshing, real and different

Vidya Balan's new film 'Sherni', directed by Amit Masurkar, works because it provides for a refreshingly new story. Sans the melodrama, the film takes the viewers deep inside the jungles and tells…

Read Article

'The Family Man' season 2 review: Manoj Bajpayee, Samantha shine in a worthy sequel 

Seson 2 of 'The Family Man' not just has Manoj Bajpayee and Samantha Akkineni in top form but also has credible performances by actors like Priyamani, Seema…

Read Article

'Oslo' movie review: Not a better time for this HBO drama on 1993 Israel-Palestine peace talks

'Oslo' is high on human emotions and drama rather than being a history lesson

Read Article

'Maharani' review: Huma Qureshi shines in political drama that will keep you hooked

Trio of characters Bheema, Rani and Navin carry the political drama set in 1990s Bihar 

Read Article

'Friends' reunion review: The one where everyone gets nostalgic and emotional

Filled with nostalgia- the 'Friends' reunion was everything that the fans were waiting for but was also slightly heartbreaking

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.

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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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‘Mimi’ review: Kriti Sanon internalises her character’s plight with grit and grace

Kriti Sanon-Pankaj Tripathi-starrer ‘Mimi’—from outward observations—is an ode to all those faceless mothers who are often abandoned by their firaang bailouts in heartland India. 

Read Article

‘The Last Letter From Your Lover’ review: That elusive thing called love

‘The Last Letter From Your Lover’ may get whiplashed for lack of originality, and even get schooled for not having brought in newer forms of expression in this done-to-death. But, hey, some movies…

Read Article

My Unorthodox Life series review: Fanaticism, fashion, frill—in that order!

The fundamentalist Judaism that Julia Haart goes gung-ho about is deprived of a fair, eagle view in ‘My Unorthodox Life’. We do not question the ‘why’; just demand a ‘how’.

Read Article

'14 Phere' review: Vikrant Massey, Kriti Kharbanda's film oversimplifies honour killing

'14 Phere' features a refreshing new pair- Vikrant Massey and Kriti Kharbanda- and has its moments. 

Read Article

Monsters At Work S1, EP4 review: A meld of promise and politics

Unlike episode three of 'Monsters At Work', the Monsters Inc. team deviates from high-octane emotions. Instead, the off-beat gang exhibits team spirit with panache as they vow to win the…

Read Article

'Toofan' review: Farhan Akhtar’s our million dollar baby… Not!

Directed by Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra, 'Toofaan' is streaming on Amazon Prime Video. The sports drama features Bollywood actors Farhan Akhtar, Mrunal Thakur, Paresh Rawal and others in pivotal roles…

Read Article

Monsters At Work S1, EP 3 review: Of love and human connections

Pixar Animation Studios' 'Monsters At Work' series is about a bunch of monsters turning jokesters and how they negotiate their place of work with a new mindset. The voices for this animation…

Read Article

Anne Boleyn mini series review: Jodie-Turner Smith delivers her finest thus far as the controversial monarch

To take a few pages out of the darkest period of history, tucked away probably for the better,—with a cultish figure at its heart—director Lynsey Miller could have invited wrath and fury along her…

Read Article

'Haseen Dillruba' review: Taapsee Pannu, Vikrant Massey's latest film has a warped sense of love

Written by Kanika Dhillon, 'Haseen Dillruba' attempts to be an unconventional love story. Based on the theme of popular Hindi pulp fictions novels, the story uses the tropes of small towns in…

Read Article

'Ray' review: Satyajit Ray's stories deliciously served for the Gen Z 

'Ray' - an anthology on Netflix- attempts to recreate four of Satyajit Ray's short stories into films. The essence of the stories remain the same but adapted to suit the current generation. 

Read Article

'Sherni' review: Vidya Balan's new film is refreshing, real and different

Vidya Balan's new film 'Sherni', directed by Amit Masurkar, works because it provides for a refreshingly new story. Sans the melodrama, the film takes the viewers deep inside the jungles and tells…

Read Article

'The Family Man' season 2 review: Manoj Bajpayee, Samantha shine in a worthy sequel 

Seson 2 of 'The Family Man' not just has Manoj Bajpayee and Samantha Akkineni in top form but also has credible performances by actors like Priyamani, Seema…

Read Article

'Oslo' movie review: Not a better time for this HBO drama on 1993 Israel-Palestine peace talks

'Oslo' is high on human emotions and drama rather than being a history lesson

Read Article

'Maharani' review: Huma Qureshi shines in political drama that will keep you hooked

Trio of characters Bheema, Rani and Navin carry the political drama set in 1990s Bihar 

Read Article

'Friends' reunion review: The one where everyone gets nostalgic and emotional

Filled with nostalgia- the 'Friends' reunion was everything that the fans were waiting for but was also slightly heartbreaking

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