Even though you sense a brilliance as the film ends, you can’t help but feel the weariness
The film tries to be too cool with everything that it is doing. But the more it does so, the more irksome it gets.
The didactic narrative is something that prevailed throughout this series.
Kalank deserves a rap on the knuckles for the kind of restlessness it leads you into.
Richie Mehta has done a marvellous job to depict a brutal incident in an engrossing way.
You feel the thrills. You get scared. But you are not terrified to an extent that would make your heart pound faster.
Shazam! is all fun and frolics.
Super Deluxe leaves you with thoughts – about life, our existence, the perception of normalcy and questions over what is considered right (or wrong)
How To Train Your Dragon is a film series comprising stupendous animated action fantasy that shows that there is strength in unity and with unity comes peace and mirthfulness.
Replete with indirect references to brainless masala movies, this film is a reinvigorating and chucklesome take on familiar turn of events with a twist of weirdness.