Father, son and glycerine galore. The good old filmi tearjerker is back and progeria is only the excuse. But Vidya Balan’s eyes make it all worth it.
A comedy that seems more like a tourism ad for Singapore. Is director Priyadarshan losing his talent?
A hot male vampire is beset by teen girls with raging hormones. How does he not bite the one he loves?
As a Muslim ready to sacrifice self and community, Saif is excellent. But is the film too convincing for comfort?
Despite the big names, it’s a devious Russian, some skyscrapers and a few aircraft carriers that hold this film
A story of how an innocent is jailed becomes an unyielding critique on the prison system. Watch it in horror.
A tale about the musical ambitions of two Punjabi boys. But did it need to be so opulent?
But for the sumptuous cooking and fine acting by Meryl Streep, this film is a little too cute for comfort.
Better do the ‘Main Aur Meri Tanhai’ thing than endure this soppy recession-riddled romance.
When a film’s best shot is a touristy scene of coastal Cape Town, you know the director should jump into the sea.
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