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Review: Vodka Diaries: Too Dreary To Enjoy

Review: Vodka Diaries: Too Dreary To Enjoy

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And yet the sham drags on for a couple of hours, accusing and amplifying everything in sight, to shoehorn its identity as a thriller, says Sukanya Verma. Ever so often, Kay Kay Menon keeps dozing off...

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Review: Gary Oldman Leads Darkest Hour To Glory

Review: Gary Oldman Leads Darkest Hour To Glory

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'The politics of it may be wishy-washy and the saviour at Darkest Hour's centre may well be a racist, an imperialist, and an alcoholic, but in Gary Oldman's nimble skin, smacked in layers and layers o...

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Review: My Birthday Song: A Psychological Thriller

Review: My Birthday Song: A Psychological Thriller

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My Birthday Song: An honest effort and a huge relief for movie enthusiasts, says Prasanna Zore. If you get spooky dreams or like psychological thrillers, then writer-director Samir Soni and producer-...

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1921 Review: Horror Or Comedy?

1921 Review: Horror Or Comedy?

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The terrible acting leaves you more amused than scared, says Urvi Parikh. It was indeed a task to watch 1921. After three cancelled shows, I fervently hoped that the turmoil of theatre hopping was do...

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Review: Saif Is A Hoot In Kaalakaandi

Review: Saif Is A Hoot In Kaalakaandi

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Saif ensures he doesn't seem like a gimmick in the film, notes Sukanya Verma. 'I am a good person you know,' laments Saif Ali Khan's character on learning he's dying from stomach cancer as if his pro...

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Mukkabaaz Review: Anurag Kashyap's Crowdpleaser

Mukkabaaz Review: Anurag Kashyap's Crowdpleaser

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'You walk out of Mukkabaaz feeling good about yourself, but unlike Kashyap's best pictures, it releases you from the responsibility of seeing yourself in it; the movie is darn clever, most of the way,...

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Review: The Post Is Good, But Not Brilliant

Review: The Post Is Good, But Not Brilliant

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'Despite Spielberg's noble intentions, The Post never rises to the level of All The President's Men,' observes Aseem Chhabra. Before Edward Snowden and Julian Assange, there was Daniel Ellsberg, a fo...

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Paddington 2 Review: Sweet, Snuggly Sequel!

Paddington 2 Review: Sweet, Snuggly Sequel!

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'While the kids are sure to learn a thing or two about good behaviour, it's the spirit of community living gently conveyed in scenes of Paddington's selfless involvement around his neighbourhood that ...

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Review: Jumanji 2 Is FUN!

Review: Jumanji 2 Is FUN!

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The new Jumanji can easily be enjoyed by those unfamiliar with the original, feels Sukanya Verma. Like any other 1990s kid, I lapped up Jumanji's destruction and adamant wildlife creating a relentles...

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Tiger Zzzzzinda Hai Review: Tiring, Toothless, Sequel

Tiger Zzzzzinda Hai Review: Tiring, Toothless, Sequel

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Tiger Zinda Hai returns to the same moronic space where it's all about slow-motion Salman, his checkered scarf, his fleeting shirtless-ness, his unrealistically beefed up body and a taken-for-granted ...

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