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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! 

'Ekkees Toppon Ki Salaami' review: Deserves a 21-gun salute 'Ekkees Toppon Ki Salaami' review: Deserves a 21-gun salute

Ask anyone. It’s the hardest thing to play dead. Satish Shah did it in the cult comedy Kundan Shah’s 'Jaane Bhi Do Yaaron'.

'Annabelle' review: A recycled jamboree of scare flicks 'Annabelle' review: A recycled jamboree of scare flicks

Director John R. Leonetti's "Annabelle" comes with the baggage of its predecessor "The Conjuring". It is the back-story of "that doll" which haunted its audiences.

`Tamanchey` review: Wild, wacky and enjoyable `Tamanchey` review: Wild, wacky and enjoyable

Here's the thing. Crime doesn't pay ... right? It's not meant to ... right? So how come it's shown to be so much fun in the movies?

'Beyond All Boundaries' review: Gripping but lacks historical essence

Released under the Enlighten Films banner, director Sushrat Jain's piece of art, 'Beyond All Boundaries' captures the euphoria as well as the hysteria that surrounds cricket in India.

'Yaan' review: A big yawn 'Yaan' review: A big yawn

'Yaan' gives you the feeling that here's a film that was solely made to entice audiences with stunning visuals.

'Haider' review: Brilliant execution, Shahid Kapoor's best 'Haider' review: Brilliant execution, Shahid Kapoor's best

William Shakespeare's 'Hamlet' is a masterpiece in literature, and Vishal Bhardwaj's 'Haider' will be talked about in the same vein as one such artistic product in cinematic history.

'Bang Bang' review: Leave logic behind, watch it for Hrithik, Katrina! 'Bang Bang' review: Leave logic behind, watch it for Hrithik, Katrina!

What would you expect from a film, when the teaser itself creates sizeable excitement and becomes an instant hit? What would you look out for when the tracks from the film become a massive rage?

'Govindudu Andarivadele' review: Cliched age-old family drama 'Govindudu Andarivadele' review: Cliched age-old family drama

The problem with Telugu cinema's most family stories is that they stick to an age-old story template that has been done to death.

'Madras'- as realistic as it can get 'Madras'- as realistic as it can get

Very few filmmakers can turn an ordinary tale of politics, friendship and revenge into a masterpiece.

'Desi Kattey' review: Earthy, robust and virile 'Desi Kattey' review: Earthy, robust and virile

Two child actors, both performing very badly, grow up to be adult actors, one of whom turns out as a decent actor. As for the other, a crash course in basic emoting is recommended.

'Two Night Stand' review: Insight into sexual evolution 'Two Night Stand' review: Insight into sexual evolution

With stereotypical characters, 'Two Night Stand' is a twitchy tale of romance between two down and out souls seeking sexual gratification on a blind date.

'3 A.M.' review: Slick scare-fest '3 A.M.' review: Slick scare-fest

It's a film that does the horror genre proud. It's original and inspite of being a horror film, there is not even one creaky door in the length and breadth of the film. 

'Aadama Jaichomada' review: Entertaining, high on humour 'Aadama Jaichomada' review: Entertaining, high on humour

 

Film: "Aadama Jaichomada"; Cast: Balaji Venugopal, Karunakaran, Simhaa, Vijayalakshmi, K.S Ravi Kumar, Naren, Chetan, Radha Ravi; Director: Badri; Rating: ***

'Sigaram Thodu' - scales new heights 'Sigaram Thodu' - scales new heights

Dhanush's "Vella Illa Pattathari" was perhaps the last best commercially entertaining film in Tamil, and now Now, Gaurav's "Sigaram Thodu", which has its share of flaws, still deserves to be counte

'Creature 3D' review: A big shiver giver 'Creature 3D' review: A big shiver giver

Son of a gun! The big fat wicked monster in "Creature 3D" does have good taste. He attacks our very lovely Bipasha Basu.

'The Prince' review: Film fails to deliver

Director Brian A. Miller's latest action-thriller ‘The Prince’ fails to rise in stature beyond the first frame.

‘Finding Fanny’ review: Homi Adajania finds love in quirky corners ‘Finding Fanny’ review: Homi Adajania finds love in quirky corners

Homi Adajania’s uncanny ability to weave a narrative in a manner that forces your psyche to look for joy, even as it leaves your mind to ponder over the finer nuances of life, has resulted in the f

'Sin City: A Dame To Kill For' review: Visually brilliant, but confusing 'Sin City: A Dame To Kill For' review: Visually brilliant, but confusing

A Dame to Kill For’ is a neo-noir film packed with stylish effects, dramatic action and incredibly startling short stories consisting of flawed heroes, dangerous femme fatales and psychotic villains. The intended result is an exaggerated, unsympathetic and caricatured take on film noir of the 1950s and 1960s.



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