Movie Reviews

  • Ratings
    2

    Indie cinema must compete by sheer dint of ideas. Lead actor Deepak Dobriyal is a powerful actor and convincing as the ‘super chor’. Yet, as far as ideas go, they are just about as novel here as the film’s title. Sarit Ray writes.

    Views : 722
  • Ratings
    2

    B.A. Pass holds your interest as long as Bahl sticks to Sikka’s darkly twisted story. But each time he diverges -- including his choice of the film’s cheesy name the narrative wobbles. Still, it is much better than its tacky posters let on. Anupama Chopra writes.

    Views : 660
  • Ratings
    3.5

    Halfway into Once Upon Ay Time in Mumbai Dobaara!, Akshay Kumar playing the all-powerful, Dawood-style, murderous mafia don Shoaib, declares: “Villain hoon main, villain.” Anupama Chopra writes.

    Views : 845
  • Ratings
    2.5

    It breaks my heart to tell you that Chennai Express left me cold. This hyper, eager-to-please Rahul sorely tested my patience. And after a while, the innumerable references to DDLJ seemed like a lazy shot at siphoning some of the enduring affection we have for that film. Anupama Chopra writes.

    Views : 940