Light-hearted fun: Rashid Irani reviews The House With A Clock In Its Walls

Expect magic, mystery and monsters in this joyride aimed at pre-teens. See full article at Hindustantimes.com »

Batti Gul Meter Chalu review: Shahid Kapoor film is low on voltage

Batti Gul Meter Chalu review: Shahid Kapoor, Shraddha Kapoor film chooses a serious subject but is let down by its clunky execution. See full article at Hindustantimes.com »

The Predator movie review: A Marvel knockoff even Arnold Schwarzenegger cannot …

The Predator movie review: Director Shane Black’s hyper-violent and jarringly comedic reboot of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s ‘80s action classic feels stuck in the past. Rating: 2.5/5. See full article at Hindustantimes.com »

Saamy Square movie review: Vikram plays an angry cop in a sequel which follows...

Saamy Square movie review: Vikram’s new film is exactly the same as Saamy with the only difference being how director Hari has presented the lead character. Rating: 2/5. See full article at Hindustantimes.com »

Of all sequels, why would Denzel pick this one: Rashid Irani reviews Equalizer 2

A retired CIA agent turns vigilante and sets out to avenge the murder of his former boss and buddy. It’s all very ho-hum. See full article at Hindustantimes.com »

Manto movie review: Nawazuddin Siddiqui pours out a glassful of Manto

Manto movie review: Nawaduddin Siddiqui and Rasika Dugal deliver internalised performances in director Nandita Das’ biopic. Rating: 3.5/5. See full article at Hindustantimes.com »

Peppermint is just another vapid vigilante thriller, says Rashid Irani

A woman wronged by a corrupt system goes on a killing spree... there’s nothing new here except the gender of the killer. See full article at Hindustantimes.com »

Johnny English Strikes Again movie review: Daniel Craig's James Bond films are …

Johnny English Strikes Again movie review: Rowan Atkinson’s spy spoof lacks intelligence. By sheer number of laughs alone, Daniel Craig’s James Bond films are funnier. Rating: 2/5. See full article at Hindustantimes.com »

Pataakha review: The new Vishal Bhardwaj film is colourful, noisy and dazzling

Pataakha movie review: Vishal Bhardwaj turns the two warring sisters, played by Radhika Madan and Sanya Malhotra, into a metaphor for India and Pakistan, countries locked in an endless cycle of sniping. See full...

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