Lion Review: Sunny Pawar Is The Star of The Film
Masand's verdict on Dev Patel starrer Lion.
Rangoon Movie Review: It's Overlong, Indulgent to the Point of Exhaustion
Rajeev Masand reviews Kangana Ranaut, Shahid Kpaoor, Saif Ali Khan starrer Rangoon.
Jackie Review: Natalie Portman Shines In The Shoes Of Jacqueline Kennedy
Set in the days post the assassination of America’s most-loved President John F Kennedy, Jackie reveals as much as it conceals.
Rangoon Review: Engaging Story of Love, Vulnerabilities, Liberation
Rangoon is not Vishal Bhardwaj's most glorious of works but it has its own strengths.
Rangoon Review: Kangana Shines in This War-Time Romance
Will Bhardwaj recreate the magic of his intense narrative once again?
Moonlight Review: It's Experiential As Much As It's Engaging
Running Shaadi Review: It's Weighed Down by Choppy Editing, Inconsistent Screenplay
Rajeev Masand's review of Taapsee Pannu's latest Running Shaadi.
Hidden Figures Review: A Film That Makes You Revisit the Past For a Better Future
The film serves as a reminder to revisit the past to make the America’s future great.
Running Shaadi Movie Review: Taapsee-Amit Starrer a Breezy Watch
The film also touches upon the topic of love, inter-caste marriage and various taboo surrounding love.
Running Shaadi Movie Review: The Good Vibe of The Film Keeps You Engaged
Will Taapsee be able to prove her worth again with a romantic-comedy?
MSG Lion Heart 2 Review: Even a Cigarette Pack Comes With a Warning, This Doesn't
It’s a one-sided tale, so poorly narrated, it’ll make you cry.
Jolly LLB 2 Review: Akshay Kumar's Film Is Not As Sharp As Its Prequel
Akshay Kumar and Saurabh Shukla's performances make the film engaging.
Rings Movie Review: A Disappointing, Dud Horror Film
The movie, isn’t scary, doesn't live up to the legacy, and it doesn’t nudge you to think of technology in a new way.
Hind Ka Napak Ko Jawab - MSG Lionheart 2 Review: No, Don't Watch This One
Whether the film is any different from the previous ones or this one too will take us on a laughter ride, Kriti Tulsiani from News18.com is inside the theater to find out.
Jolly LLB 2 Movie Review: Akshay Kumar, Saurabh Shukla Steal The Show
Will Jolly LLB 2 as sharp and realistic as the first part?
Kung Fu Yoga Review: The Film Is a Disappointment for Jackie Chan Fans
Masand's review of Jackie Chan's latest.
Resident Evil: The Final Chapter Review: Powerless End to a Dried Out Series
It is time for everyone involved with the franchise to really, truly and absolutely call it a day and let Alice go.
Raees Review: A Well-Made Film That Offers Enough to Enjoy
Rajeev Masand reviews Shah Rukh Khan's Raees.
Kaabil Review: Hrithik Roshan Is the Sole Reason the Film Doesn't Derail
Rajeev Masand's review of Hrithik Roshan's Kaabil.
Kaabil Review: Hrithik Gives a Decent Performance But Doesn't Offer Anything New
It's a usual run of the mill film but you still wouldn't mind watching this one.
Raees Movie Review: Shah Rukh Khan Served, Vintage Style
Shah Rukh Khan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui's chemistry is the high point of the film.
Kaabil Review: Doesn't Offer Anything New Yet Not Disappointing
Will the box office numbers turn favorable for the makers? Kriti Tulsiani from News18.com is inside the theater to find out.
Raees Movie Review: SRK Serves up an Engaging, Vintage Gangster Film
Will the film also be able to create magic? Shomini Sen of News18.com is inside the theatre to find out.
Coffee with D Review: Sunil Groverâs ClichÃ©-ridden Satire Is Not At All Convincing
To opt a theme impersonating a real-life don and a high-profile journalist maybe a brave attempt but in this case, it's neither successful nor entertaining.
Sunil Grover's Coffee With D Movie Review: Live
Will Sunil Grover do justice to the film riding on his shoulder? Kriti Tulsiani from News18.com is inside the theater to find out.
XXX-Return of Xander Cage Review: Deepika's Presence Makes it Bearable
XXX: Return of Xander Cage is a moderately entertaining film.
OK Jaanu Review: Shaad Ali Adds Nothing to Original Romance-Drama
Shaad Ali drags the film on for too long – there’s not a lot to be said here, and very little that’s compelling.
Haraamkhor Review: Compelling Story Strengthened By Performances
Nawazuddin Siddiqui's brilliant, mostly understated portrayal of a violent predator is the film’s biggest strength.
Haraamkhor Review: Sluggish Narrative Dissolves The Impact Of Strong Performances
You’ll enter and leave the theatre wondering the same thing – why on earth CBFC raised objections to Haraamkhor!
OK Jaanu Movie Review: Story is The Soul of Aditya-Shraddha Starrer
The music of AR Rahman is the soul of the film. It conveys emotions more than the actors in certain situations.
Haraamkhor Review: Nawazuddin, Shweta's Performances Impress, Narrative Doesn't
Will Nawaz-Shweta’s performances add weight to the plot? Does the plot have anything objectionable? Kriti Tulsiani from News18.com is inside the theatre to find out.
A Monster Calls Review: Intelligent Fairytale With a Heart Full of Magic
The ‘big’ scenes featuring Connor and the monster tree are full blooded and very well realized with the help of slick special effects and animation.
Passengers Movie Review: A Watchable Sci-Fi Romance
There is enough chemistry between the lead pair for you to invest in their relationship, the sets are gorgeous and elaborate, and the special effects create a sense of spectacle.
Passengers Movie Review: Jennifer Lawrence, Chris Pratt's Film is Underwhelming
The concept is fresh, the actors are brilliant but the film still fails to strike the right chord.
Sing Movie Review: A Silly Yet Fun Holiday Ride
Sing made a smart move with its release, thus making itself an entertaining holiday watch for kids.
Dangal Review: It Scores Big On Authenticity
It’s a solid and satisfying watch.
Dangal Review: It'll Stay With You Forever
Director Nitesh Tiwari’s Dangal is not just a film.
Dangal Movie Review: Aamir Khan Starrer Is A Winner All The Way
Will Dangal offer everything that we expect from a ‘true’ biopic?
Double Feluda Review: A Fitting Tribute to Bengal's Favourite Detective
The film may be simple and tad bland for a whodunit, but it's the montage during the end credits that makes up for all the flaws.
La La Land Review: A Wondrous Romantic Musical
Masand's verdict on La La Land.
Rogue One Movie Review: An Adventure Worth Experiencing
Rajeev Masand reviews Star Wars spin-off story Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
Rogue One Review: Nostalgic Dose Made Only For Franchise Fans
This story is made truly for the fans of the original Star Wars trilogy and doesn't disappoint like the 2000's much-criticised prequel - trilogy.
Wajah Tum Ho Review: An Erotic Thriller That Turns Out To Be Unintentionally Funny
The film loses you as instantly as it grips you, owing it to the over-practiced dialogue delivery and the forced love-making scenes.
Rogue One Movie Review: A Predictable Fan Fiction
The Star Wars story is back and this time it's not about Luke Skywalker or a new Jedi. Rogue One is the first Star Wars Anthology film, a standalone story set shortly before the events of the original Star Wars.
La La Land Review: Ryan-Emma's Story Is A Well-Crafted Musical
For a generation that has probably been devoid of fine musicals, this one comes as a breath of fresh air.
Befikre Review: This Is a Souffle That Sinks Like a Stone
Masand's verdict of Aditya Chopra's Befikre.
Befikre Review: A Glossy, Predictable Indian Love Story
Old wine, is a glossy bottle.
La La Land Review: Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone's Musical Brings Back The Old-School Romance
Whether this film be a crowd pleaser? Kriti Tulsiani from News18.com is inside the theater to find out.
Befikre Movie Review: Ranveer Shines in an Otherwise Predictable Film
Will Aditya and Ranveer be able to became a hit film?
Kahaani 2 Review: Vidya Balan's Performance Powers The Film
Ghosh and co-writer Suresh Nair raise the stakes by giving us a story at whose heart resides complete and abject darkness.
Moana Movie Review: Disney's Latest Is Worth The Time
Rajeev Masand's review of Disney's latest Moana.
Moana Movie Review: This Disney Adventure is Magical and Inspirational
This inspirational new age princess film a magical ride, till it's very last frame.
Moana Movie Review: Disney Weaves Magic Again With This Adventure
After Merida from Brave (2012), Moana is the second Disney Princess to have a story not based on a fairy tale or legend, nor having a love interest.
Kahaani 2 Movie Review: Watch It Only For Vidya Balan
Since Kahaani was a thriller with a powerful script and some interesting/memorable characters, will Kahaani 2: Durga Rani Singh be equally forceful?
Moh Maya Money Review: Chilling Noir That Unfolds in a Busy Metropolis
The actors make the most of the material, which is frankly compelling for a good part of this film.
Arrival Review: A Rare Film You Don't Want To Miss Even a Moment of
It’s an intelligent film and that’s not a bad thing.
Dear Zindagi Review: Alia Bhatt's Work Is This Film's True Treasure
The other admirable thing about the film is its attempt to root out the stigma attached to mental health and the shame associated with therapy.
Moh Maya Money Review: This 'White -Collar' Crime Thriller Must Be Thanking Demonetization
The perpetual loop of earning black money and facing a severe cash crunch in scenarios like these makes ‘Moh Maya Money’ earn a brownie point.
Dear Zindagi Review: Forget SRK, It Is Alia Bhatt Who Shines Throughout
The young actress is in top form and shines throughout. Not faltering even for a second, making the flawed Kaira very endearing.
Dear Zindagi Movie Review: The Film Belongs to Alia Bhatt and Not SRK
The film is centered around Alia and it would be interesting to see if the young actress would be able to carry the film on her shoulder.
Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them Review: A Charming Film
Masand's verdict on Eddie Redmayne's new film Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them.
Force 2 Review: It Isn't Unwatchable but Is Wildly Inconsistent
Masand's verdict of John Abraham's Force 2.
Tum Bin 2 Review: The Film Isn't As Good As The Original
The complications of a love triangle have been touched upon well and there are parts of the film that actually make you feel the emotions.
Fantastic Beasts Movie Review: Magic Is Back on the Big Screen!
A big task lies ahead for the makers and Rowling as <em>Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them</em> is the starting of a whole new five films series.
Rock On 2 Review: It's an Opportunity Lost
Masand's verdict on Rock On 2.
Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk Review: An Imperfectly Perfect Watch
The film is not a cinematic genius but definitely makes you think about the people in uniform fighting our wars.
Rock On 2 Review: Not a 'Magikal' Sequel After All
The entire film- a sequel of Rock On- sadly focuses on too many things and music just keeps playing an extended cameo in the story line.
Rock on 2 Movie Review: Lousy Script Lets the Film Down
Will the film be able to create the same kind of impact like the first film had?
Doctor Strange Review: The Film is a Breezy Watch With Thrilling Effects
Despite its hiccups, the film breezes through its less-than-two-hours running time and gives you enough reason to smile.
Doctor Strange Review: Marvel's Magical Realm is Impressive
Benedict Cumberbatch joins the Marvel Universe with this film.
Shivaay Review: Ajay Devgn-starrer Is Seldom Compelling
Ajay Devgan, who has also directed the film, plays Shivaay, a desperate father who must literally scale mountains to rescue his mute eight-year-old daughter when she’s kidnapped on a trip they take to Bulgaria.
Ae Dil Hai Mushkil Review: Genuinely Moving Drama With Terrific Performances by its Leads
Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, is easily Johar’s best film since his widely polarizing extramarital love story Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna from 2006.
Shivaay Movie Review: Ajay Devgn Is In Every Frame and We Wish He Wasn't
Will Devgn's intense expressions and power-packed action sequences be able to cast a spell on the viewers' mind? Will he be able to re-invent his action-star image? Kriti Tulsiani of News18 is inside the theater to find out.
Ae Dil Hai Mushkil Movie Review: Soulfully Acted, It'll Strike a Chord With The Audience
Will the film, which is grand in scale, also be powerful in terms of persuasive stories, enthralling characters and the impact of dialogues?
Jack Reacher: Never Go Back Review: Lacks Suspense, High-Adrenaline Thrills
Planning to watch Jack Reacher: Never Go Back this weekend? Read our review first.
'Jack Reacher: Never Go Back' Review: The Film is Dull and Predictable
A predictable thriller makes for a very dull watch.
31st October Movie Review: Has Nothing New to Offer
Written and produced by Harry Sachdeva and directed by Shivaji Lotan Patil, the film is based on a true story.
Inferno Review: Tom Hanks Starrer Makes for a Fun Watch Despite Shortcomings
You know Langdon will crack the mystery in time, and you know everything will turn out just fine. But it never keeps you at the edge of your seat, worried that he’s cutting it too close.
The Girl on The Train Review: Dark, Violent Plot Keeps you Invested
It’s not a perfect movie but a very watchable one.
Saat Uchakkey Review: More Like a Crash Course in Cuss Words
Despite the star cast delivering decent performances, the film’s screenplay takes it down.
Inferno Movie Review: Tom Hanks Starrer is a Predictable Thriller
Overall, the film is a predictable line of events executed averagely but the locals and music try to give it the required boost.
Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children Review: Film Lack's Tim Burton's Touch
The film had so much potential which Burton failed to tap.
MSG: The Warrior Lion Heart Review: We Watched and Survived To Tell This Tale
It's like an old style Bollywood potboiler with its senses impaired and meant only for the delectation of his vast number of followers.
Queen Of Katwe Review: A Moving Film With Winning Performances
Good luck trying to resist the charms of this uplifting true-life drama.
Mirzya Review: The Film Fails to Muster Required Passion
Planning to watch Mirzya this weekend? Read what Rajeev Masand has to say about it.
Mirzya Review: Saiyami, Harshvardhan's Chemistry Is Almost Zilch
Despite all the strong points, the film still fails to stir your soul.
Mirzya Movie Review: Saiyami, Harshvardhan's First Is a Visual Delight But Fails To Impress
Will Rakeysh Om Prakash Mehra bring to screen the folk lore of Mirza-Sahiban effectively?
Hyper Movie Review: Nothing Commendable in this Love Story
If you want to know why Indian cinema doesn’t take into account the strength of a female character, the curious case of the female lead in Hyper is a good place to start
MS Dhoni: The Untold Story Review: Journey of a Small-Town Boy With Big Dreams
MS Dhoni: The Untold Story
MS Dhoni: The Untold Story Review: Sushant Gives a Knockout Performance
Overall, the film is a must watch for every cricket lover because it aptly tells the tale of an extraordinary man.
MS Dhoni: The Untold Story Movie Review: Must Watch for its Brilliant Execution
Will Sushant achieve a milestone in his career with this biopic?
Parched Review: Child Bride Helps Three Friends Rebel Against Tyranny
Read the entire review here.
Banjo Review: Promising Idea, But The Script is Too Simplistic
Masand verdict on Riteish Deshmukh starer Banjo.
Bridget Jones's Baby Review: The Film Is Mostly Entertaining
Interestingly, despite certain predictability in the plot, Bridget Jones’s Baby appears to be a fitting sequel of the popular franchise.
Parched Movie Review: Nuanced Performances, Heartfelt Storytelling Make It a Must Watch
Will Parched with its four interesting tales be able to leave an impact on the viewers?
Pink Movie Review: Stinging Indictment of Deep-Set Prejudices
The film highlights a simple truth that most men never get.
The Shallows Review: Jaume Collet-Serra Delivers a Well-Crafted Thriller
Blake Lively plays the lead character in the film.
Raaz Reboot Movie Review: This Lazy Film Does not Deserve Your Time
Raaz Reboot has nothing new to offer, even the old offerings have been executed badly.
Pink Movie Review: A Film That Everyone Needs to Watch
Pink movie review.
Jyo Achyutananda Review: The Film Is Well-Written and Light-Hearted
Avasarala isn’t an ordinary filmmaker; hence, he’s done a commendable job.
Freaky Ali Movie Review: Even Nawazuddin Siddiqui Can't Save This One
The film is a dud despite Siddhiqui's innocent performance.
Sully Review: A Well-Made Film Which is Worth a Watch
The film benefits greatly from the casting of Hanks, who slips easily into the part of a man who expects no special acknowledgement for doing what he considers his job.
Baar Baar Dekho Review: Film Lacks the Messiness of Real Relationships
Masand's verdict on Nitya Mehra's film Baar Baar Dekho.
Freaky Ali Movie Review: Nawazuddin Siddiqui Shines in This Dud Comedy
Will the film be the game changer of the year?
Baar Baar Dekho Movie Review: Light, Breezy and a Bit Flawed
Co-produced by Dharma Production and Excel Entertainment, Baar Baar Dekho has all the ingredients to make it a blockbuster film.
Kidaari Movie Review: Sasikumar's Film Makes for an Interesting Watch
Kidaari is a fine example of a dog-eat-dog world
Don't Breathe Review: It Grabs Your Attention and Refuses to Let Go
Don't Breathe is a horror film directed by Fede Alvarez and written by Alvarez and Rodo Sayagues.
Akira Movie Review: Built on Weak Script, It's a Bore
Akira features Sonakshi Sinha in a never seen before action avatar.
Akira Review: Anurag Kashyap's Tough Cop Act Surges Sonakshi-starrer To A New High
Planning to watch Sonakshi Sinha- starrer Akira? Read our review first.
Janatha Garage Movie Review: The Film Is Set in a Man's World
The one-line stories that Koratala tries to expand into feature films revolve around his heroes’ abilities alone.
Akira Review: Anurag's Cop Act, Sonakshi's Action Sequences Are Bang On
Will Sonakshi Sinha set a bench mark for other leading ladies to take up action-packed thriller?
Eagoler Chokh Review: Saswata Chatterjee Shines Throughout
Arindam Sil’s second installment in the Shobor series, Eagoler Chokh, starts on a very intriguing note.
Nine Lives Review: A Half-Hearted Attempt At Comedy That'll Make You Groan
Planning to watch Nine Lives this weekend? Read our review first.
A Flying Jatt Movie Review: Nothing Exciting in This Flight
Will Tiger Shroff's magic work again on audience?
Ben Hur Review: Failed Performances, Storytelling Dilutes The Impact
Set in Roman-occupied Jerusalem, Ben-Hur has the story that most of the people are already aware of.
Pete's Dragon Movie Review: It Will Leave You Feeling Warm and Fuzzy
The film unfolds at a pace that by today’s standards feels positively relaxed and unhurried.
Happy Bhag Jayegi Review: The Film Is Mostly Fun Despite Its Shortcomings
It’s far from perfect, but it’s unlikely you’ll be bored.
UnIndian Movie Review: Brett Lee-Tannishtha Chatterjee's Love Story is Cliched, But Fun
This typical ‘firang-desi’ love story isn’t new to Indian viewers.
Pete's Dragon Review: Pete and Elliott will Make you Believe in Disney's Magic
As the film points out, magic can be found hidden even at the most known places, and Pete's Dragon will make you believe in the magic of friendship again.
Happy Bhag Jayegi Movie Review: Despite Flaws, the Film Makes for an Entertaining Watch
The film has Abhay Deol, Ali Fazal and Jimmy Sheirgill competing against each other to get Happy's affection.
Babu Bangaram Review: Venkatesh Is Gold, but the Film Is Not
While Maruthi gets a stiff thumb, Venkatesh gets a thumbs-up for Babu Bangaram.
Mohenjo Daro Movie Review: This Tale Was Best Left in The Ruins
Downtrodden hero goes google-eyed over upper-caste girl, then avenges his father’s death while rebelling against an evil overlord.
Rustom Movie Review: Akshay Kumar Starrer Feels Like a Lost Opportunity
What was a sensational case in the early sixties that polarized a city is ‘dumb-ed’ down to the point of silliness
Ashutosh Gowariker's Mohenjo Daro is a Boring Film
Hrithik tries to give an earnest performance but the baggage of a poor story lets him down.
Mohenjo Daro Review: Same Old Story in an Older City
The film has nothing to do with history.
Akshay Kumar's Rustom is a One-Time Watch
Should you watch Rustom? Yes, you can definitely watch it once. We give it 2.5 stars out of 5.
These Girls Performing Acrobatic Tower Will Leave You Amazed
While one girl anchored herself to the ground, her friend swiftly climbed her body to the tip of her foot.
Mohenjo Daro Movie Review: Grand Scale Let Down by a Lousy Script
Will the film be able to create box office magic?
Srirastu Subhamastu Movie Review: Good Old Wine In A New Bottle
Thaman’s music gently plays along with the theme of the film. It doesn’t spoil the mood, and that’s perhaps its achievement.
Suicide Squad Review: Delivers Little Fun
The fun runs out shortly after our acquaintance is made with the principal players, and they’re packed off – under the watch of Waller’s right-hand guy, Navy SEAL Rick Flag (Joel Kinnaman) – on their first mission.
Budhia Singh â Born to Run Review: Predictably Told, but Heartfelt
Jason Bourne Review: Makes All The Right Noises At Right Places
The film delivers bang for your buck, no questions asked, and Damon is exceptional as Bourne.
The Legend of Michael Mishra Movie Review: A Hoax in the Name of Comedy
In order to be a typical masala entertainer, the film is a drag and a dizzy ride which leaves you wondering about its genre.
Budhia Singh: Born To Run Movie Review: As Real As It Gets
Will the story of who could have been an Olympic hero leave a big imprint on your heart? Kriti Tulsiani from News18.com is inside the theater to find out.
'Suicide Squad' Review: Thrilling Only in Parts; Mostly a Letdown
Suicide Squad is finally here!
'Pelli Choopulu' Review: This Romantic Comedy Is Very Addictive
'Pelli Choopulu' starts off with the stories of two individuals whose approach to life is as different as chalk and cheese.
The BFG Movie Review: Childlike Wonders Take A Front Seat In This Magical Adventure
The film brought life into Dahl's narrative
'Dishoom' Movie Review: Watch Only If You Are a Fan of '90's Masala Entertainers
Will 'Dishoom' be able to make the cut? Will it be a blockbuster film?
'Madaari' Tweet Review: The Only Positive Thing About the Film Is Irrfan Khan
A still of Irrfan Khan from 'Madaari'
'Ice Age' Might Engage Kids But Not Adults
In fact the film’s plot is spurred into motion by the long-suffering critter and his eternal chase of the acorn.
'Great Grand Masti' Review: Plain, Dull and Boring
After a female domestic help stuffs the currency notes he gave her into her blouse, Ritesh Deshmukh continues to ply her with money in the hope that the seams will rip.
'Ice Age Collision Course': Lukewarm End To A Fantastic Franchise
Let's see how much the final one lives up to the expectations.
'Dhillukku Dhuddu' Review: It Is a Poor Horror Comedy
Horror comedies need a new life.
'Brahman Naman' Review: Bold & Provocative, Just Doesn't Rise to The Occasion
There are moments in Brahman Naman that evoke the memory of American Pie. One such bit comes at the very start of the film when protagonist Naman Bala (Titli's Shashank Arora) sneaks towards the fridge in his house while his parents are fast asleep, and employs itto relieve his loins.
'The Secret Life Of Pets' Is a Fluffy, Fun Ride
The film depends highly on cuteness of each and every character and in the end you would just want to pick up and cuddle each one of them to death.
'Sultan' Review: Powered by a Riveting Central Performance by Salman Khan
Sultan is predictable, no two questions about it. But it's powered by a riveting central performance that makes you overlook so many of its problems.
'Sultan' Review: Salman Khan Delivers a Knockout Performance
t’s a film that has Salman Khan playing a character whose career graph has seen similar ups and downs that the actor has seen in real life.
'Sultan' Tweet Review: Desi Wrestling Served Salman Style
Will Sultan be able to shut it's critics with an impact full story line?
'Jackson Durai' Review: A Comedy Without Any Horror
'Jackson Durai' begins as a comedy and also ends up as a comedy. Just that Dharani Dharan’s horror elements do not find a place in the film.
'The Legend of Tarzan': Pale, Watered-Down Take on the Iconic Hero
A scene where he goes head to head with his ‘ape brother’ is especially impressive.
'Shorgul' Review: Loud, Cliched Melodrama Striving On A Weak Plot
Looks like the makers took the title too seriously and ended up losing the plot in its own din!
Independence Day: Resurgence - Film Ends up Feeling Like a Slog
There are also plenty air-bound skirmishes – dogfights in the skies – but very quickly you’re consumed by an overwhelming feeling of déjà vu.
Raman Raghav 2.0: Not an Easy Watch but Consistently Engaging
In one of the film's best scenes, you watch transfixed as he coolly cooks chicken curry in a home that he has forced himself into, while the family, trapped and terrified, await their fate.
'Sardaarji 2': Diljit Dosanjh Makes This Average Comedy Enjoyable
‘Sardaarji 2’ has its moments but it isn’t as entertaining as the original film.
'Raman Raghav 2.0' Review: Disturbing and Brutal
Anurag Kashyap's latest film works primarily because of its actors.
'Raman Raghav 2.0' Tweet Review: Nawazuddin Siddiqui shines again
Kashyap has a knack of engaging the audience with his unique style of story telling. His films are raw and real and makes the viewer think. Will <em>Raman Raghav 2.0</em> create a similar impact?
'Now You See Me 2' Review: Not so Magical, After All
The Horseman have been in hiding for an year, since their last heist and the group’s leader, FBI agent Dylan Rhodes hatches a perfect plan for their comeback.
'Gentleman' Review: The Nani Starrer Entertains Well
Nani has chosen an excellent story to experiment with.
'Dhanak' Review: It's a Crowd-Pleaser
Salman Khan fan Chhotu and Shah Rukh Khan fan Pari are inseparable siblings, orphaned in an accident a few years ago.
'Finding Dory': Consistently Funny But Never Breaks New Ground
Her scatterbrained ramblings sound a little old when the film opens, but she flies (literally!) as the story progresses.
'Udta Punjab': Film Has Its Highs And Lows, But Delivers a Solid Kick
What gets in the way of the film’s confident narrative is the occasionally sketchy characterization and script contrivances.
'Finding Dory': Perfect Summer Adventure Filled With Love and Care
Will the film be able to live upto the huge expectations?
'Dhanak' Tweet Review: Nagesh Kukunoor Weaves A Heart-Warming Tale
Will Nagesh Kukunoor's directorial film be able to strike the right chord? Kriti Tulsiani from News18.com is inside the theaters to find out.
'Udta Punjab': Of Power-Packed Performances, Strong Social Message
Divya Pal of News18 Movies is inside the theatre to find out if Anurag’s opinion is true.
'The Conjuring 2': Succeeds in Delivering Slow-Mounting Dread
Wan sets up the mood for some effective scares, giving us the kind of jump-in-your-seat moments we’ve come to expect from him now.
'Do Lafzon Ki Kahani': Randeep Shines In This Cliched Love Story
Go for it if you just wish to be mesmerised by Randeep Hooda’s on-screen aura.
'Do Lafzon Ki Kahani' Tweet Review: Live
Will Hooda's first bona fide love story leave an impact on the minds of the viewers? Will the plot be as interesting as the original one? Kriti Tulsiani from News18.com is inside the theater to find out.
'TE3N' Tweet Review: A Gripping Thriller With Power-Packed Performances
The fact that the film features stars Big B, Vidya and Nawazuddin in key roles, viewers can expect moving, superlative performances. Divya Pal of News18.com is inside the theater to live tweet the experience.
'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out Of Shadows' Review: A Predictable Sequel
A onetime watch for all the green shell fans out there, a miss for the rest. Turtle power needs to be stronger, crispier and engaging if it plans to return for a third installment.
'Thithi' Review: Searingly Honest, And Yet So Charming
The film’s powerful opening and closing shots are trained on a father and a son respectively – two men related by blood but who could not be more different from each other.
'The Nice Guys' Review: You'll Have Little Reason to Complain
Writer-director Shane Black creates a violent, sleazy, sexy world of the late 70s.
'Housefull 3' Review: Entirely Puerile, Only Sporadically Funny
Farhad-Sajid, who’ve also written both the previous Housefull films, have an abiding love for puns, and can’t resist the urge to shove them down our throats.
'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows': A Popcorn Entertainer
The second part of the reboot series promises a lot of action layered with the known 'swag' of the mutant ninjas.
'A Aa' Review: Trivikram's Latest Falls Short on Expectations
Samantha may have found a new side to her through ‘A Aa’. However, Trivikram’s ‘A Aa’ is somewhere between “Okay and Uh, Okay” only.
'Housefull 3' Tweet Review: Only About Exotic Locales and Lame Jokes
Will the film be any different from the first two films of the franchise? Will it be able to tickle your funny bones? Kriti Tulsiani from News18.com is inside the theater to live tweet the experience.
'Praktan' Review: A Poignant Film That Teaches You the Art of Moving On
'Praktan' pairs one of Bengali film industry's most loved onscreen pair- Rituparna Sengupta and Prosenjit Chatterjee after a long gap.
'Alice Through The Looking Glass': A Feel-good Sequel
Go for it if you love Burton style flamboyancy and for Alice's brave nature. The film will disappoint the fans of original work but will definitely make you escape from your 'reality'.
'Idhu Namma Aalu': It is a Lot Like Love, But it's Not Lovely
Simbu and Nayanthara are back in ‘Idhu Namma Aalu’!
'The Angry Birds Movie': A Treat Meant Only For the Game Lovers
Well, considering that Hollywood animation world has touched skies in terms of plot, with films like 'Inside Out', 'Good Dinosaur' and this year's 'Zootopia', this one looks like a weak link.
'Phobia' Tweet Review: Radhika Apte Owns This Edge of the Seat Thriller
While the trailer suggests that it is a horror film, the film's director Pawan Kripalani states it is a psychological thriller with elements of horror in it.
'Waiting': Kalki, Naseer Move You With Their Performances
Will 'Waiting' be just another melodramatic trip of coping with grief or will it offer something novel? Will Kalki and Naseer's unusual story strike a chord with the viewers?
'Brahmotsavam': A Family Drama That Falls Short of Expectations
The nib of Sreekanth’s ‘Brahmotsavam’ states that we’re all a family. The problem is not that the nib is broken; the nib goes all over the place and it doesn’t know where to stop and how to draw a picture that doesn’t mumble black and white philosophies.
'X-Men: Apocalypse' Review: Many Characters, Not Enough Surprises
X-Men: Apocalypse is overlong, overpopulated, and often just flat-out boring.
'Sarbjit' Review: Not Perfect, But Enough to Appreciate
In many ways Sarbjit feels half-baked and wanting. But the performances – particularly Randeep Hooda's – keeps you invested in what's on the screen.
'X-Men: Apocalypse' Tweet Review: Live
This latest addition to the franchise has garnered massive response from its trailer and the hinted connection with Krishna makes it all the more interesting for Indians.
'My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2' Review: Too Late, Too Same
More like a light-hearted family drama trying hard to stand up to its prequel, but still thriving on the same old characters, same elements and definitely the same pace.
'Criminal' Review: Too Much Drama Kills the Action
"They messed with my brain…" complains Costner’s damaged-goods criminal in the opening voiceover of the film. Well, audience leaves the theater saying the same.
'Buddha In A Traffic Jam': Thought-Provoking But Not Evocative
'Azhar' Tweet Review: First Day, First Show
Will Emraan Hashmi be able to do an incredible job of playing a cricketer who was held culpable for being involved in corrupt activities and disappointing his fans?
'24' Review: This is Suriya's Best Performance Since 'Vaaranam Aayiram'
Suriya was a star all these years. He has turned into an actor again after a long time.
'One Night Stand' Review: Moves Briskly But Fails to Lift Off
It’s an interesting prism from which to view a frankly predictable story, but the film itself is awfully dull.
'Captain America: Civil War' Review: This New Outing is Undeniably Good Fun
There is real maturity in this story of guilt, revenge, friendship, and loyalty.
'One Night Stand' Tweet Review: Live
Sunny Leone is back with 'One Night Stand'
'1920 London' Review: This 'Horror' Flick Will Only Make You Laugh
Touting to be a horror film, ‘1920 London’ featuring Sharman Joshi, Meera Chopra and Vishal Karwal in pivotal roles is anything but horror.
'Captain America: Civil War' Tweet Review: It's All About The 'Marvel'ous Action
It's the big clash between Captain America and Iron Man this weekend.
'Supreme' Review: The Film Is an Entertainer With Lots of Comedy and Action
Sai is beginning to create a star-image with his films. ‘Supreme’ comes right after ‘Subramanyam For Sale’.
'The Man Who Knew Infinity' Tweet Review: Compelling Narrative Wins Heart
The film is about our very own super brain who devoted his life to the magic of numbers.
'Baaghi' Tweet Review: Tailor Made to Showcase Tiger Shroff's Talent
From the looks of the trailer, the film looks like a high-octane romance drama about two rebels.
'The Huntsman: Winter's War' Review: An Underwhelming Fairytale with No Magic
What could've been an enchanting fantasy adventure filled with dark magic and mystery is reduced to a retelling of 'why-this-is-like-this' tale.
'Sarrainodu' Review: It Is a One-man Show