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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'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. 

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'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.

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'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. 

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'Malcolm & Marie' review: Zendaya, John David Washington feature in a stunning commentary on love and relationship

'Malcolm & Marie' has only two actors- John David Washington and Zendaya, is set in a single night and is in black and white- yet it is one of the most riveting films of the season. 

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'The White Tiger' review: Adarsh Gourav shines in Priyanka Chopra-Rajkummar Rao starrer; showing a mirror to India's sense of servitude

An invested watch, the film thrives on its acting, execution, and a motive of staying true to its narrator’s vision and vision alone. Not a commentary on India’s divide, ‘The White Tiger’ is the…

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'Tribhanga' review: Kajol, Mithila Palkar's latest talks of complex human relationships 

Renuka Shahane's directorial debut 'Tribhanga' explores the lives of there women featuring Tanvi Azmi, Kajol and Mithila Palkar and the complex relationship all there share. 

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'Pieces Of A Woman' review: Vanessa Kirby is brilliant in this heartbreaking film

There have been talks of the film ‘Pieces Of A Woman’ being an Oscar contender with acting nods for leading actors Vanessa Kirby and Shia LaBeouf and we tell you reasons for why everyone thinks…

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'Soul' review: Pixar’s latest is all about appreciating little things in life in a hopeless year

It’s beautiful how ‘Soul’ deals with the complexity and heaviness of life-theory through a child-gaze and brings out a rosy picture while acknowledging the struggles. Writers Pete Docter Mike…

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'Coolie No 1' review: Varun Dhawan, Sara Ali Khan starrer is as unnecesary as Kanye West is to politics

In the age and stage when OTT has a plethora of options for the audience, 'Coolie No. 1' is a huge misfit - from the idea to the execution. This Varun Dhawan starter, directed by his father and…

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'AK vs AK' review: Anil Kapoor, Anurag Kashyap's film blurs the lines between real and reel 

Reality and fiction often get interlinked and for an Indian audience which is easily hurt by slightest of the issues, 'AK vs AK' is a tricky film to execute convincingly. Does the team succeed? To…

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'The Mandalorian' S2 review: A blasting finale of a cameo-packed season 

'The Mandalorian' Season 2 finale sees almost all the important characters introduced this season merging their hands to rescue the child from Moff Gideon. 

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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.

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

'Malcolm & Marie' review: Zendaya, John David Washington feature in a stunning commentary on love and relationship

'Malcolm & Marie' has only two actors- John David Washington and Zendaya, is set in a single night and is in black and white- yet it is one of the most riveting films of the season. 

Read Article

'The White Tiger' review: Adarsh Gourav shines in Priyanka Chopra-Rajkummar Rao starrer; showing a mirror to India's sense of servitude

An invested watch, the film thrives on its acting, execution, and a motive of staying true to its narrator’s vision and vision alone. Not a commentary on India’s divide, ‘The White Tiger’ is the…

Read Article

'Tribhanga' review: Kajol, Mithila Palkar's latest talks of complex human relationships 

Renuka Shahane's directorial debut 'Tribhanga' explores the lives of there women featuring Tanvi Azmi, Kajol and Mithila Palkar and the complex relationship all there share. 

Read Article

'Pieces Of A Woman' review: Vanessa Kirby is brilliant in this heartbreaking film

There have been talks of the film ‘Pieces Of A Woman’ being an Oscar contender with acting nods for leading actors Vanessa Kirby and Shia LaBeouf and we tell you reasons for why everyone thinks…

Read Article

'Soul' review: Pixar’s latest is all about appreciating little things in life in a hopeless year

It’s beautiful how ‘Soul’ deals with the complexity and heaviness of life-theory through a child-gaze and brings out a rosy picture while acknowledging the struggles. Writers Pete Docter Mike…

Read Article

'Coolie No 1' review: Varun Dhawan, Sara Ali Khan starrer is as unnecesary as Kanye West is to politics

In the age and stage when OTT has a plethora of options for the audience, 'Coolie No. 1' is a huge misfit - from the idea to the execution. This Varun Dhawan starter, directed by his father and…

Read Article

'AK vs AK' review: Anil Kapoor, Anurag Kashyap's film blurs the lines between real and reel 

Reality and fiction often get interlinked and for an Indian audience which is easily hurt by slightest of the issues, 'AK vs AK' is a tricky film to execute convincingly. Does the team succeed? To…

Read Article

'The Mandalorian' S2 review: A blasting finale of a cameo-packed season 

'The Mandalorian' Season 2 finale sees almost all the important characters introduced this season merging their hands to rescue the child from Moff Gideon. 

Read Article

'Unpaused' review: Finding hope, friendship and happiness in the middle of a pandemic

As we all rush to bid 2020 goodbye- and for all good reasons- 'Unpaused' makes us pause for a moment and look back at the brighter things that the year gave us. 

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'The Last Color' review: Celebrity chef Vikas Khanna's film has got its heart at the right place

There is a constant sense of sadness and hope in Vikas Khanna's directorial debut 'The Last Color'.

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'Dash and Lily' review: This Netflix series is a perfect start to Christmas binge season

Netflix's 'Dash and Lily' is a must-binge for a dash of lightheartedness in a gloomy year and lily-like freshness to the overdone genre of Christmas romance.

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'If Anything Happens I Love You' review: Nothing to say, but heaps of emotions to feel

'If Anything Happens I Love You' review: The film has been successful in delivering such a powerful impact in a short duration. 

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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…

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

'Malcolm & Marie' review: Zendaya, John David Washington feature in a stunning commentary on love and relationship

'Malcolm & Marie' has only two actors- John David Washington and Zendaya, is set in a single night and is in black and white- yet it is one of the most riveting films of the season. 

Read Article

'The White Tiger' review: Adarsh Gourav shines in Priyanka Chopra-Rajkummar Rao starrer; showing a mirror to India's sense of servitude

An invested watch, the film thrives on its acting, execution, and a motive of staying true to its narrator’s vision and vision alone. Not a commentary on India’s divide, ‘The White Tiger’ is the…

Read Article

'Tribhanga' review: Kajol, Mithila Palkar's latest talks of complex human relationships 

Renuka Shahane's directorial debut 'Tribhanga' explores the lives of there women featuring Tanvi Azmi, Kajol and Mithila Palkar and the complex relationship all there share. 

Read Article

'Pieces Of A Woman' review: Vanessa Kirby is brilliant in this heartbreaking film

There have been talks of the film ‘Pieces Of A Woman’ being an Oscar contender with acting nods for leading actors Vanessa Kirby and Shia LaBeouf and we tell you reasons for why everyone thinks…

Read Article

'Soul' review: Pixar’s latest is all about appreciating little things in life in a hopeless year

It’s beautiful how ‘Soul’ deals with the complexity and heaviness of life-theory through a child-gaze and brings out a rosy picture while acknowledging the struggles. Writers Pete Docter Mike…

Read Article

'Coolie No 1' review: Varun Dhawan, Sara Ali Khan starrer is as unnecesary as Kanye West is to politics

In the age and stage when OTT has a plethora of options for the audience, 'Coolie No. 1' is a huge misfit - from the idea to the execution. This Varun Dhawan starter, directed by his father and…

Read Article

'AK vs AK' review: Anil Kapoor, Anurag Kashyap's film blurs the lines between real and reel 

Reality and fiction often get interlinked and for an Indian audience which is easily hurt by slightest of the issues, 'AK vs AK' is a tricky film to execute convincingly. Does the team succeed? To…

Read Article

'The Mandalorian' S2 review: A blasting finale of a cameo-packed season 

'The Mandalorian' Season 2 finale sees almost all the important characters introduced this season merging their hands to rescue the child from Moff Gideon. 

Read Article

'Unpaused' review: Finding hope, friendship and happiness in the middle of a pandemic

As we all rush to bid 2020 goodbye- and for all good reasons- 'Unpaused' makes us pause for a moment and look back at the brighter things that the year gave us. 

Read Article

'The Last Color' review: Celebrity chef Vikas Khanna's film has got its heart at the right place

There is a constant sense of sadness and hope in Vikas Khanna's directorial debut 'The Last Color'.

Read Article

'Dash and Lily' review: This Netflix series is a perfect start to Christmas binge season

Netflix's 'Dash and Lily' is a must-binge for a dash of lightheartedness in a gloomy year and lily-like freshness to the overdone genre of Christmas romance.

Read Article

'If Anything Happens I Love You' review: Nothing to say, but heaps of emotions to feel

'If Anything Happens I Love You' review: The film has been successful in delivering such a powerful impact in a short duration. 

Read Article