Director Chad Stahelski and his team somehow manage to go beyond any expectations in the fourth entry of the John Wick series.
Fast X can be easily classified as yet another action blockbuster with very little thought put into the actual script.
Air dribbled with grace, delicately took off and dropped an instantly iconic slam dunk.
If you’re watching Beau Is Afraid with the intention of finding out what it’s about, you’re probably doing it wrong.
Aftersun is a love letter to childhood memories.
Tetris (2023) is a very fictionalised and an incredibly fun watch.
Sequels, by nature, are more. Whatever the original had, just add more, the rule seems to be. Even more words in the title — how often is a sequel’s title shorter than the original?
The Menu served, ate, but it certainly left some crumbs behind.
DreamWorks’ Puss in Boots: The Last Wish is a product of excellent story-telling and resplendent visualisation.
Heavy focus on action makes the plot and characters less endearing.
“Three Flavors Cornetto Trilogy” is one of the best works in the action-comedy genre.
The most impeccable features are its cinematography, production design and colour grading.
Watch Syed Nazmus Sakib’s analysis of the Malayalam film “Jana Gana Mana”.
Dune is a real treat to the eyes and ears.
An absolutely wonderful experience from start to finish.
“I am the man who can”, says Diana aka Wonder Woman. DC Comics’ new movie “Wonder Woman” makes it huge for all the right reasons in theatres since it is released.
In the 22 months since “Baahubali: The Beginning” hit theatres, the story might have faded from our minds but the spectacle that unfolded on screen remains seared in the memory of viewers.
Akshay Kumar, Sidharth Malhotra's film ‘Brothers’ uses a form of kinetic martial arts to foreground its story of two warring siblings, but it stays, at heart, a Karan Johar film.
‘Drishyam’ sets us up for a couple of welcome things: a plot which piques our curiosity, and a leading man retracting from the brink.