Hey Hollywood guys, give us back our Priyanka Chopra pronto. She doesn’t deserve to vamp it out with Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron dominating the show...
Ang Lee’s war-drama has a poignant and entertaining message
Stunning animation, a fantastic soundtrack and a good storyline makes Trolls a good watch. It surely is an interesting, laid-back viewing with the entire family
Benedict Cumberbatch is in top form as Doctor Strange but the film suffers from a generic story
Tom Cruise’s dreamy looks can only do so much and they definitely cannot salvage the film
Excellent performances and a great storyline make this film a must-watch. The script itself has enough nooks and crannies in which the characters can hide their good, bad and grey sides
Tom Hanks and Irrfan give great performances in this thriller, but the film has walked away from the franchise roots of a cerebral film to become somewhat of an action film
The Tim Burton helmed Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children is a disappointment and even a stellar cast like Eva Green, Dame Judi Dench and Samuel L. Jackson cannot salvage this film.
A quick screenplay and awesome animation may make this film soar at the Box-Office
This film is your feel-good film for the week and forever
The who’s who of Hollywood might just salvage the film at the box-office
The concept may look great on paper but turns out to be boring on the screen
The film is a great pick for all you thrill-a-minute junkies
Tom Hanks excels in his restrained performance, director Clint Eastwood succeeds in bringing the emotion out
Say the name Jackie Chan and fans will remember his spectacular action sequences. In fact, most Chan films are a few action sequences strung together with a wafer-thin story. This week, another Jackie trope, Skiptrace, has released. Here’s our take on the film.
The slasher film takes you through a fantastic ride filled with twists and turns
Kevin Spacey and Jennifer Garner shine in this well-made family comedy
The Jason Statham film fails to impress on all levels
Johan Hill and Miles Teller do their job, but the film lacks punch
Action, emotion, drama – the magnum opus has it all
An enjoyable family fare from director David Lowery
A total waste of time and money
The fifth instalment of the series has what it takes to keep the audience engaged
Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell and Kathryn Hahn shine in a film full of stereotypes
Steven Spielberg’s latest offering suffers from a screenplay that moves at a snail’s pace
Bring out the pleated pants, the 80s are back with this film
This one’s a decent watch with all the ingredients of a sci-fi fantasy movie
The supernatural thriller is recommended to horror film buffs
The fifth instalment in the Ice Age franchise hits theatres this week. Is the latest release in the 14-year-old franchise entertaining enough? Here’s our take on it
A crackling screenplay, simple storyline and some amazing voice performances make this a must-watch
The Matthew McConaughey starrer starts as a war film and ends up being a documentary
Watch it for Margot Robbie and Christopher Waltz!! The legend of Tarzan is one of the most popular stories ever told. This week, Warner Bros brings director David Yates’ The Legend Of Tarzan to the big screen. The Alexander Skarsgård-Margot Robbie starrer succeeds in reviving an epic that would be lost in time, if not for such movies now and then
An entertainer that rejoices in its 90s roots
The only positive aspects of the film are The Rock and Kevin Hart
The sequel to 2003 hit Finding Nemo is an emotional journey
When Now You See Me released in 2013, the film wowed both the audiences and critics with its unique concept and a crackling script. So, is its sequel, Now You See Me 2 directed by Jon M. Chu, equally gripping? Read our complete review to know more.
A brilliant addition to the franchise
This one fails to impress at many levels
Teenager Angourie Rice steals the show
The film has excellent performances and good direction, but it lacks high points
A film having popular characters like Red, Chuck and Bomb should leave the audience pleased as punch, right? Well, The Angry Birds Movie disappoints on that count. This one flatlines and doesn’t revive itself. The Angry Birds Movie is another addition to the list of games-to-films that didn’t work. There are several reasons behind this. The screenplay by Jon Vitti is one of the culprits. While the relationship between parents and children is the central part of the story, the screenplay abjectly fails to get that point across.
Complicated storyline and too many characters create confusion
An emotional look at all the sacrifices that went in making the man
Great cast and interesting plot make this movie watchable
The Marvel Universe is giving us one entertainer after another. Captain America: Civil War brings together all the big names from the Marvel Universe back on screen. A mission gone wrong ends up with civilian causalities in a little known country, Sokovia. The Avengers take the full brunt of what happens next, with the authorities stepping in to bring them under the United Nations. Iron Man agrees but Captain America doesn’t, causing a rift right through the middle of the superhero team.
This film is only for the patient ones
The thriller/sci-fi, directed by Dan Trachtenberg, drives home the point
The film has some moments, but fails to capture the bigger picture
A fitting addition