Movie Reviews

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Ye Re Ye Re Paisa review: Tries too hard to be non-stop entertainer

The film, directed by ace cinematographer Sanjay Jadhav, falls flat while trying to make you laugh....

05 Jan 2018 7:00 IST — Keyur Seta

Review Tamil

Ulkuthu review: Good entertainer making an apposite point

Caarthick Raju's second film as director suggests that compassion is a quality that henchmen...

29 Dec 2017 12:59 IST — Manigandan KR

Review Marathi

Charandas Chor review: Alas, this innocent thief is unable to steal your heart

While the Shyam Maheshwari film scores on some technical counts, it is found wanting in the basics....

29 Dec 2017 8:00 IST — Keyur Seta

Review Tamil

Velaikkaran review: An eye-opener on corporate malpractices

Mohan Raja's Velaikkaran is an entertainer that educates. It tears into shreds the mask that to...

22 Dec 2017 23:18 IST — Manigandan KR

Review Marathi

Deva Ek Atrangee review: Tries too hard to evoke something simple and natural

Murali Nallappa's film captures the quirky delight of the Malayalam original, Charlie, in parts...

22 Dec 2017 18:23 IST — Shriram Iyengar

Review Hindi

Tiger Zinda Hai review: Hero lives on, but logic dies

The Salman Khan starrer is entertaining for sure but has major logical flaws....

22 Dec 2017 13:54 IST — Keyur Seta

Review Marathi

Gachchi review: An experimental film with mass appeal

The film is enjoyable with laudable contributions from the technical, music and casting department....

22 Dec 2017 12:01 IST — Keyur Seta

Review Tamil

Aruvi review: The film is refreshing like a waterfall!

This one-of-a-kind film by a first-time director comes as a whiff of fresh air in an industry which...

16 Dec 2017 21:40 IST — Manigandan KR

Review Malayalam

Maravi (Lost) review: Realistic narrative trying to question the truth within us

However, as the filmmakers have themselves admitted, Maravi is meant for a limited audience that has...

15 Dec 2017 8:00 IST — Anita Paikat

Review Marathi

Ghat review: Realistic portrayals affected by lack of coherent storyline

The portrayal of the everyday life of beggars does force you to question a lot. ...

15 Dec 2017 7:00 IST — Keyur Seta

Review Hindi

Monsoon Shootout review: Time stands still in this edgy Mumbai film

Amit Kumar's film is a well-crafted noir thriller balanced on the cliff of an infinite moment....

14 Dec 2017 14:59 IST — Shriram Iyengar

Review Malayalam

Randuper review: Unexpectedly thrilling film noir feature from Malayalam cinema

While the story of the film is not one of its strong points, the dialogues and execution win your...

14 Dec 2017 14:00 IST — Anita Paikat

Review Malayalam

Thondimuthalum Driksakshiyum review: Power packed drama without a dull moment

The Fahadh Faasil-starrer has a bit of everything — pathos, humour, suspense, moderate drama...

14 Dec 2017 11:00 IST — Anita Paikat

Review Malayalam

Karutha Joodhan review: Difficult to connect with this beleaguered Jew

Riddled with weak camera work, haphhazard editing and temporal ambiguity, the film is worth a watch...

13 Dec 2017 9:00 IST — Anita Paikat

Review Argentinian

Thinking Of Him review: Soul is missing in this tale of Tagore-Ocampo affair

Despite Argentinian actress Eleonora Wexler’s spirited act, the hollow screenplay and poor to...

12 Dec 2017 23:31 IST — Mayur Lookhar

Review Assam

Kothanodi review: Disturbing tales told in spellbinding fashion

The film is, however, not for the fainthearted as it does not shy away from showing, in detail, even...

12 Dec 2017 15:48 IST — Manigandan KR

Review Malayalam

Karie review: Shanavas Naranipuzha's film on caste biases worth its weight in gold

Naranipuzha laces the significant content with dry, witty humour in such a powerful manner, that the...

11 Dec 2017 16:11 IST — Manigandan KR

Review Marathi

Dhingana review: Just another pretentious Marathi film of 2017

The film starring Priyadarshan Jadhav and Prajakta Hanamghar is about con men. But it is the that...

08 Dec 2017 22:23 IST — Keyur Seta

Review Marathi

Lathe Joshi review: This man-versus-machine saga achieves cinematic brilliance

Despite the grim nature of the story, the filmmaker delights you with his storytelling technique....

08 Dec 2017 13:07 IST — Keyur Seta

Review Hindi

Fukrey Returns review: Varun 'Choocha' Sharma and his antics make it a one-time watch

The sequel to Fukrey (2013) keeps you entertained, but don't expect it to be a laugh-riot like...

08 Dec 2017 11:46 IST — Keyur Seta