Movie Reviews

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Review Marathi

Mahaprayan review: This 83 minute film has been shot in a single take

The film is far from perfect in terms of plot development, but the technical achievement and the to...

10 Dec 2018 22:38 IST — Keyur Seta

Review English

A Suitable Girl review: Poignant reminder of the spectre of patriarchy that looms over everywoman

Sarita Khurana and Smriti Mundhra delve into the lives of three young women going through the trial...

10 Dec 2018 5:00 IST — Shriram Iyengar

Review Bengali

Reunion review: Story on hostel life not engaging at all, hardly invokes nostalgia

Apart from a few thoughtfully composed cinematic moments, Murari M Rakshit’s film mostly...

08 Dec 2018 18:00 IST — Roushni Sarkar

Review Tamil

Single Palm Tree review: Hard-hitting saga on the aftermath of the Sri Lankan civil war

Director and actor Puthiyavan Rasiah's film is a daring effort that shows the dark side of...

08 Dec 2018 9:00 IST — Keyur Seta

Review Sikkimese

Pahuna review: Sweet but harmless film about three child refugees in Sikkim

Paakhi A Tyrewala’s directorial debut is a simple, charming tale of two Nepalese siblings to...

07 Dec 2018 22:43 IST — Sonal Pandya

Review Marathi

Mumbai-Pune-Mumbai 3 review: Feel-good film, but with little fresh content

The story is a gradual progression in life of characters, played by Swapnil Joshi and Mukta Barve,...

07 Dec 2018 20:08 IST — Blessy Chettiar

Review Hindi

Kedarnath review: Sara Ali Khan sails through in this Titanic-like catastrophe drama

Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh's daughter shows ample promise in her first film. More than a is...

07 Dec 2018 11:28 IST — Mayur Lookhar

Review English

The Re-Bell review: An engaging and intimate film on suicide

The short film follows the character of a famous journalist in the hours after she decides to end...

06 Dec 2018 22:58 IST — Suparna Thombare

Review Marathi

Aaron review: Engaging and emotional journey of a teenager

Omkar Shetty delves into the essence of parenthood and love through characters that are products of...

06 Dec 2018 16:00 IST — Suparna Thombare

Review German

Sealed Lips review: War drama tells story of a woman’s struggle in the present for her past and future

The film revives interest in a chapter of European history dating back to the end of World War II by...

02 Dec 2018 17:00 IST — Blessy Chettiar

Review Malayalam

Poomaram review: Human spirit meets intercollegiate arts championship in a dreary narrative

Director Abrid Shine's film has lofty ideas and earnestness, but the path to the is a...

02 Dec 2018 14:00 IST — Suparna Thombare

Review Marathi

Na Bole Wo Haram review: Short film shows how adults do everything for their own convenience

Nitish Patankar and Aditya Bhagat’s screenplay is easy and light. They handle the subject by a...

02 Dec 2018 9:00 IST — Blessy Chettiar


Sinjar review: Beautiful film that tackles a theme with a lot of outer and inner turmoil

Director Pampally uses the backdrop of the 2014 Sinjar massacre in Iraq to place his characters Fida...

01 Dec 2018 9:00 IST — Blessy Chettiar

Review Tamil

To Let review: Chezhiyan Ra touches upon pertinent urban housing problems

The film moves at a comfortable pace to show the passage of time between a family’s eviction a...

30 Nov 2018 11:00 IST — Blessy Chettiar

Review Marathi

Madhuri review: Interesting, creative idea marred by poor execution

The performances of Sonali Kulkarni and Sanhita Joshi and their bonding are what save the film from...

30 Nov 2018 5:00 IST — Keyur Seta


Rivers Beyond Borders review: An entanglement of nature, humans and politics

The short documentary, co-produced by the IUCN and Earthcare Films, explores the transnationality of...

30 Nov 2018 2:22 IST — Prateek Rawat

Review Tamil

2.0 review: Rajinikanth, Shankar make a glorious return with this 3D marvel

There is so much to marvel at in 2.0, starting with Shankar's vision to shoot the film in 3D and...

29 Nov 2018 10:40 IST — Karthik Kumar

Review Bengali

Abyakto review: Emotionally potent story of a dysfunctional mother-son relationship

Director Arjunn Dutta unravels layers of the restrained relationship between a mother and...

29 Nov 2018 8:00 IST — Suparna Thombare

Review English (India)

Gyamo review: Wholesome lesson on more than snow leopards in the Himalayas

Directors Gautam Pandey and Doel Trivedi present a beautifully shot documentary on the ecosystem in...

27 Nov 2018 8:00 IST — Blessy Chettiar

Review Hindi

Bhor review: Authentic and immersive story of an untouchable girl 

Director Kamakhya Narayan Singh's film tackles the themes of open defecation and women...

25 Nov 2018 14:00 IST — Suparna Thombare