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The Commuter movie review: Liam Neeson's final action movie is a ride you don't...

The Commuter movie review: Liam Neeson reunites with director Jaume Collet-Serra for the final action movie of his career. We’re going to miss his u

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Vodka Diaries movie review: Kay Kay Menon trips, so do we

The audience wants complexity, deeper inward journey of the characters, but it gets more of Kay Kay’s cynical mannerism.

Movies - 3 days ago

Darkest Hour movie review: Did anyone want a sequel to Nolan's Dunkirk from Gary...

Darkest Hour movie review: Gary Oldman delivers one of the finest performances of his career in director Joe Wright’s technically brilliant but narr

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The Post movie review: Steven Spielberg has made one of the most important films...

The Post movie review: With brilliant performances by Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep, Steven Spielberg has made one of the bravest, most important films o

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My Birthday Song movie review: A clever idea that fails to take off

My Birthday Song movie review: Debutante director Samir Soni starts off with an amazing idea which is failed by its execution.

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Oddly unmoving: Review of 12 Strong by Rashid Irani

The story of a classified mission in Afghanistan, carried out not long after 9/11, should have made for riveting viewing, but it offers nothing new.

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Totally off the rails: Review of The Commuter by Rashid Irani

The tired, predictable plot barely moves — despite the numerous possibilities afforded by the confined spaces and hurtling speeds of the train.

Movies - 4 days ago

Go for Gary Oldman: Review of Darkest Hour by Rashid Irani

This is a stirring retelling of Churchill’s fight to protect Britain, and Europe, from Hitler’s army. One failing: it focuses only on the prime

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Kaalakaandi movie review: Saif Ali Khan outshines a sloppy script

Kaalakaandi move review: The Saif ALi Khan-starrer is a thriller at best and an attempted comedy at worst.

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Mukkabaaz movie review: Vineet Singh, Anurag Kashyap's legendary knock-out punch

Anurag Kashyap’s terrific form continues as he spares no one. From reverse casteism to the messed up political scenario, he trains his gun to many e

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Downsizing movie review: Honey, I shrunk Matt Damon (but made one of 2017's best...

Downsizing movie review: Alexander Payne’s new film, starring Matt Damon and Christoph Waltz, is way ahead of its time and will divide viewers, but

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Jai Simha movie review: This Nandamuri Balakrishna starrer is a popcorn enterta...

In Jai Simha, we get to see Nandamuri Balakrishna, the actor and star, in equal measure and kudos to director KS Ravikumar for tapping both the sides

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Thaana Serndha Koottam movie review: Suriya is thief with a mission in this film

Thaana Serndha Koottam movie review: Suriya and Keerthy Suresh starrer is a musical entertainer.

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Sketch movie review: Even Vikram can't save this archaic action entertainer

Sketch is definitely going down as one of the worst films in Vikram’s career. The film is outright boring.

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Paddington 2 movie review: Paws up and hats off for the polite English bear and...

Paddington 2 has done what little franchises could: made a sequel about a brave bear brilliant, beautiful and better than the original.

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Gulebaghavali movie review: Prabhudheva, Hansika Motwani film is a flawed enter...

Prabhudheva made a great comeback into Tamil films with Devi. And now he follows it up with Gulebaghavali, a heist comedy, which will leave you in spl

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Insidious: The Last Key movie review - Having your Aadhaar details leaked is a more...

Insidious: The Last Key movie review: Like even the worst horror movies, chances are that it’ll play infinitely better with an enthusiastic crowd

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Sci-fi meets cinematic magic in Downsizing, says Rashid Irani

Veering from satire to poignancy with effortless ease, director Alexander Payne spins a blithe but cynical meditation on the human condition.

Movies - 2 weeks ago

Wonder bear: Paddington 2 review by Rashid Irani

Don’t be misled by the trappings. This movie about a furball in trouble with the law will delight viewers of all ages.

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The Post is essential viewing in a post-truth age, says Rashid Irani

Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks play the publisher and journalist who defied a dishonest government to tell the truth about the Vietnam War.

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