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Baahubali 2: The Conclusion movie review –  Prabhas's magnum opus creates history that is unlikely to get repeated

Baahubali 2: The Conclusion movie review – Prabhas's magnum opus creates history that is unlikely to get repeated

Well, not that you were waiting for a critic review for this film but, yeah, a thumbs up from our side too! 

'Ungli' review: Grips in bits and parts! 'Ungli' review: Grips in bits and parts!

Welcome to the world of 70mm screens. It is the la-la land where anything and everything is possible. There isn't a 'no' certainly in filmy dictionary.

‘Naaigal Jaakirathai' review: Entertaining, but beware of cliches ‘Naaigal Jaakirathai' review: Entertaining, but beware of cliches

There are some genuinely good and bad moments in "Naaigal Jaakirathai".

'Happy Ending' review: Intelligent but unoriginal 'Happy Ending' review: Intelligent but unoriginal

The movie starts with mocking the clichés of Bollywood romance, with the young urban commitment-phobic guy, highly unlikely to fall in love!

'Dumb And Dumber To' review: Aptly titled! 'Dumb And Dumber To' review: Aptly titled!

'Dumb and Dumber Three!' is what you will wait for if you like moronic humour. Yes, the idiosyncrasies in 'Dumb and Dumber to' grow on you, while watching this film.

'Kill Dil' review: All for the sake of `love`! 'Kill Dil' review: All for the sake of `love`!

One of the much hyped movies of this year, `Kill Dil` has released. It managed to create a buzz in the virtual world right from the start because of the ensemble cast that it boasts of.

'Beauty and the Beast' review: A Children's Day treat 'Beauty and the Beast' review: A Children's Day treat

With elements of fantasy such as a castle in the forest, a curse, a prince charming and a damsel in distress, fairy tales have always been fascinating and "Beauty and the Beast", is no different.

'A Decent Arrangement' review: So still , so lifelike...so connetable 'A Decent Arrangement' review: So still , so lifelike...so connetable

For a large part of this brief film, nothing seems to be happening. At least, nothing that we can consider dramatic enough to be considered cinematic in the acceptable sense.

'Nightcrawler' review: Crisp, creepy and chilling 'Nightcrawler' review: Crisp, creepy and chilling

Packed with maniac energy, debutant director Dan Gillroy's "Nightcrawler" is an action packed crime drama that works as a social as well as a psychological commentary.

'The Shaukeens' review: Akshay Kumar surprises, Lisa Haydon entices! 'The Shaukeens' review: Akshay Kumar surprises, Lisa Haydon entices!

A word of caution for all the Basu Chatterjee fans. This film is not a remake of what people saw in 1982 'Shaukeen'. Director Abhishek Sharma's 'The Shaukeens' happens to be a modern take on the classic 1982 comedy drama.

'Interstellar' review: Slow yet intriguing 'Interstellar' review: Slow yet intriguing

"Do not go gentle into that good night,

Old age should burn and rave at close of day;

Rage, rage against the dying of the light.

'Ouija' review: Slow-paced and reveals nothing 'Ouija' review: Slow-paced and reveals nothing

'The Ouija', also known as the "spirit board" or the "talking board", is used in seances as a conduit to reach out to the spirits.

'The Best Of Me' review: An ideal date film 'The Best Of Me' review: An ideal date film

‘The Best Of Me’; Cast: James Marsden, Michelle Monaghan, Luke Bracey, Liana Liberato, Caroline Goodall, Sebastian Arcelus, Gerald McRaney; Director: Michael Hoffman; Rating: ***

'Roar' review: A bore you may abhor 'Roar' review: A bore you may abhor

If you're looking for a rewarding cinematic experience with a coherent plot and well-rounded characters, then ‘Roar’ may just prove a bore that you'd probably abhor.

'Happy New Year' review: Rides solely on Shah Rukh Khan 'Happy New Year' review: Rides solely on Shah Rukh Khan

Farah Khan's movies are never about logic, great loophole free storylines or even thought generating grounded cinema. They are the definition of the word 'Bollywood'.

'The Judge' review: Powerhouse performances

Director David Dobkin's "The Judge" is not just a courtroom drama. The pivot of the story is in fact an estranged father-son saga.

'What If' review: boringly monotonous

What happens when a heartbroken, asocial, medical school dropout meets an easy-going, young girl who has a good love life and a long distance boyfriend?

The outcome is but obvious.

'Sonali Cable' review: Original, layered and largely online 'Sonali Cable' review: Original, layered and largely online

Half-way through this interesting film about cable connections and online predilections, the script audaciously bumps off the most endearing character.

'Left Behind' review: Rapture 'less'

Many Christian faiths believe and talk about an end-time event in future, when all true believers who are still alive before the end of the world, will be taken from the earth by god into heaven.

'Jigariyaa' review: Splashy colourful love story 'Jigariyaa' review: Splashy colourful love story

Shakespeare lives! It was 'Hamlet' in Kashmir last week. It's 'Romeo and Juliet' in Agra this week. Wow, 'Bharat Darshan' with the Bard.



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