Five Feet Apart is schmaltzy but moving, says Rashid Irani

Two terminally ill teenagers fall in love within the confines of a hospital, in a predictable but bittersweet romance. See full article at »

Movie review: Hellboy is a total misfire, says Rashid Irani

There are no thrills, no emotional core. Just an excess of subplots and gore. See full article at »

Watchman review: GV Prakash starrer is a bland invasion thriller

Watchman review: The story had ample scope for thrills, but the lackluster writing in the film is a big let-down which makes this GV Prakash-starrer a very tiresome watch. See full article at »...

The Tashkent Files movie review: Disgusting propaganda where truth is a luxury

The Tashkent Files movie review: A host of worthy actors including Pankaj Tripathi and Naseeruddin Shah are wasted in this political propaganda on PM Lal Bahadur Shastri’s death. See full article at »

Film review: Pet Sematary is a King-sized letdown, says Rashid Irani

This film squanders the spooky premise of Stephen King’s tale, relying instead on cheap scare tactics and a shrill soundtrack. See full article at »

The Tashkent Files Movie Review By A Political Illiterate But A Movie Buff!

The Tashkent Files Movie Review Rating: 2.5/5 Stars (Two and a half stars) Star Cast: Shweta Basu Prasad, Mithun Chakraborty, Pankaj Tripathi, Pallavi Joshi, Mandira Bedi Director: Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri The Tashkent Files Movie Review By A... See full...

Gangs of Madras movie review: A poor man's Kill Bill meets torture porn

Gangs of Madras movie review: A revenge and survival drama, with credible performance by its lead actor Priyanka Ruth, the film’s writing is its biggest drawback. See full article at »

Free Solo movie review: An Oscar-winning masterpiece arrives in India; it must be…

Free Solo movie review: Superman Alex Honnold pushes the boundaries of what humanity is capable of, in this Oscar-winning masterpiece. 5 stars. See full article at »

Hellboy movie review: An unmitigated disaster, may it rot in hell

Hellboy movie review: Director Neil Marshall and star David Harbour take over from Guillermo del Toro and Ron Perlman, only to deliver an utter catastrophe. Rating: 0.5/5. See full article at »

Albert Pinto Ko Gussa Kyon Aata Hai movie review: A pointless, witless remake

Albert Pinto Ko Gussa Kyon Aata Hai movie review: Manav Kaul and Nandita Das’ remake of 1980’s cult classic settles for a mediocre thriller which can’t keep up with its characters — or their...