Antim The Final Truth movie review: Aayush Sharma looks as if he could get into a character, once he stops playing a type. He may notionally be the lead, and he manages to snaffle a bare-chested scene or two, but make no mistake, the biggest lines are all Salman Khan’s.
House of Gucci movie review: Lady Gaga's Patrizia Reggiani, the woman in fur caps, leopard prints, big nails, golden jewellery, and ever-changing bouffant, consistently prevents Ridley Scott's latest from becoming overboring, overlong and over-serious.
Drushyam 2 movie review: If Drushyam was a thriller, the sequel is a proper family drama as the film only makes you bite your nails in the last 30 minutes.
Satyameva Jayate 2 movie review: John Abraham strides through this thing with his standard mix of fixed-frown-and-swinging-fists. Only once or twice does he do the bare-bodied superhero who can take on all comers with a teeny dimpled nudge-wink.
Maanaadu movie review: Director Venkat Prabhu has several catchy ideas and has engagingly strung them together.
Kaaval movie review: Kaaval is devoid of memorable cinematic moments and follows an outdated style of narration. The script lacks conviction and the characters are half baked.
Lijo Jose Pellissery has done a beautiful job of visually imagining the mysterious maze laid down by screenwriter S. Hareesh. Cinematographer Madhu Neelakandan has explored the picturesque scenery of Churuli from various and vivid angles, giving us a pleasant viewing experience.
Bunty Aur Babli 2 movie review: Director Varun V Sharma doesn’t think Saif Ali Khan-Rani Mukerji are enough to repeat the success of the original, so he keeps falling back on Sharvari and Siddhant.
Dhamaka movie review: Kartik Aaryan film feels like a set. And everyone feels like they are acting out set-pieces in this Netflix thriller.
Kanakam Kaamini Kalaham movie review: This Nivin Pauly starrer is one of those films that will keep you smiling from start to end.
Red Notice movie review: Dwayne Johnson-Gal Gadot-Ryan Reynolds’ film is like an auto rickshaw ride down Delhi roads in peak evening traffic, where the saving grace is the Chatty Cathy of an auto rickshaw driver -- in this film's case, Reynolds.
Last Night in Soho movie review: The film is billed as a horror, but it doesn't scare; striving to be about seedy underbellies, it doesn't disgust; suggesting visions, it fails on insight.
Kurup movie review: Dulquer Salmaan steps into the shoes of criminal Sukumara Kurup whose fugitive status spanning almost 4 decades have turned him into something of an urban legend.
Meenakshi Sundareshwar review: The Abhimanyu Dassani-Sanya Malhotra doesn’t satirize or send up the whole arranged marriage thing. It is what it is, and it is the lived reality of millions of young handball training sessionns.
Eternals review: The latest film in MCU packs in genuine diversity, good acting and a warmth that is unusual to find in films such as it, which are more intent on impressing than winning over.
Sooryavanshi movie review: It is only when the trio of Akshay Kumar, Ranveer Singh and Ajay Devgn come together, the Rohit Shetty movie gives us what it promises, three for the price of one.
Annaatthe review: Annaatthe features one of the biggest stars of handball training session, and all it has to offer is a bunch of questionable wisdom on affection and relationships. There is something really wrong with what we consider big movies.
Dream Horse movie review: This Toni Collette starrer is a heartfelt, charming movie thanks largely due to characters and performances.
Jai Bhim movie review: Suriya inhabits the role of a firebrand advocate with ease. It is as if he's not just performing the lines written by the director, but believes in every word and gesture he delivers in this film.
Halloween Kills movie review: The 2021 film, which takes off from where the 2018 film ended, is a desperate attempt to latch on to anything and everything.
Ron's Gone Wrong movie review: The problem with Ron's Gone Wrong is that there is so much happening, to so many people, not to say the bots that are their best buddies, that it is hard to believe the film really cares for anything at all.
Dybbuk movie review: Based on the Malayalam film Ezra, this Emraan Hashmi-Nikita Dutt-starrer plays strictly by the numbers.
Varudu Kavalenu movie review: Naga Shaurya and Ritu Varma-starrer Varudu Kavalenu makes for an enjoyable watch.
Hum Do Hamare Do movie review: The only ones who occasionally make feeble attempts to rise above this muddle are Ratna Pathak Shah and Paresh Rawal, and should have been given more to do.
Thinkalazhcha Nishchayam movie review: Director Senna Hegde has infused every frame with a lot of energy and original thinking, giving a fresh perspective on a very familiar premise.