Movie Review

Bad Boy Billionaires: India review — A patchwork of old media reports

Bad Boy Billionaires: India review — A patchwork of old media reports

The team of Bad Boy Billionaires: India should have done extra research and given us something we had not seen or known before. Despite t...Read More

Abhay 2 review: Graphic, gut-wrenching and definitely not for the faint-hearted

Abhay 2 review: Graphic, gut-wrenching and definitely not for the faint-hearted

Ken Ghosh has intelligibly explored psychological thriller using the short story format. However, he fails miserably when it comes to est...Read More

Emily in Paris: A heart-warming rom-com

Emily in Paris: A heart-warming rom-com

For those who believe in serendipity and chance encounters; Emily in Paris speaks to you from the get-go.

Hubie Halloween movie review: Honest, stupid fun that’s done just right

Hubie Halloween movie review: Honest, stupid fun that’s done just right

In this pandemic-stricken world, all we need is love, hope and laughter. And that’s what Hubie brings to the table

Scam 1992: The Harshad Mehta Story: Worth investing your time into

Scam 1992: The Harshad Mehta Story: Worth investing your time into

Based on the book ‘The Scam: Who Won, Who Lost, Who Got Away’ by journalist Sucheta Dalal and Debashish Basu, the series portrays Harshad...Read More

Bahut Hua Samman: A refreshing, unusual satirical comedy

Bahut Hua Samman: A refreshing, unusual satirical comedy

The young actors have done a decent job in terms of keeping the suspense intact from get-go.

High: Watch only if you have the patience for a slow burn

High: Watch only if you have the patience for a slow burn

The series evolves at a snail's pace, almost putting viewers to sleep. This could have been better as a movie instead of a series.

Ginny Weds Sunny movie review: A cheesy mess of drama with little to salvage it

Ginny Weds Sunny movie review: A cheesy mess of drama with little to salvage it

At 125 minutes, this Netflix original, based on outdated ideas while professing to be “modern,” ends up feeling tiresome and uninspired.

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