Train to BusanRead More
“TRAIN TO BUSAN” is thrilling and uniquely entertaining!
With an extremely engaging screenplay, portraying nicely etched characters, TRAIN TO BUSAN is a well-rounded zombie horror-thriller that provides you fun alongwith great food for moral thought. Totally worth a watch!
Jack Reacher: Never Go BackRead More
“JACK REACHER: Never Go Back” justifies its title!
Featuring bog-standard action stuff with a few high-octane chase scenes and overtly violent battles, this sequel is totally devoid of any personality or interest. The lead cast puts in genuine efforts in every frame, but the story is far from convincing, rendering all that effort in vain. Totally avoidable!
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“SAAT UCHAKKEY” disappoints and how!
Earthy feel, skanky wits, wild struggles and cussing dialect make for a promising scenario in this slice-of-life comedy. But with inconsistent fun and a disjointed screenplay that lacks finesse, the film is a major let-down, considering the heavyweight talent that appears onscreen. It’s an adult comedy that fails to impress!
M.S.Dhoni: The Untold StoryRead More
“M.S. DHONI: The Untold Story” is surface-level but heart-warming!
Narrating the classic rags-to-riches story of one of the most iconic cricketing superstars India has ever produced, writer/director Neeraj Pandey seems satisfied with comprehending only what is apparent or obvious, without delving deep into the masterclass strategies and controversies that made the man, or penetrating emotionally or intellectually. Nevertheless, the story he narrates has its own share of thrills, warmth and mass-appeal that will ensure bucket-loads of love from the Indian audiences, both for the film and the tremendously committed leading man Sushant Singh Rajput. Totally worth a watch!
PINK is bold, mature and absolutely riveting!
Breaking all women stereotypes, PINK mocks the prevailing social conventions and patriarchal beliefs in the most mainstream way, without ever resorting to preaching. Powered by great writing and stunning performances from Bachchan and the girls, this film is perhaps the best film of 2016 yet. If you’re an adult, do not miss it, and sit till the very end as the real story unfolds in the end-credits.