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Review: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri: Frances Rules

Review: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri: Frances Rules

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Frances McDormand's thumping central performance is a masterclass in how to sock the screen with flawless outrage, notes Sukanya Verma. The truth is rarely pure and never simple, professed Oscar Wild...

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Kuch Bheege Alfaaz Review: Love In The WhatsApp Era

Kuch Bheege Alfaaz Review: Love In The WhatsApp Era

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Onir has got what it needs to make films that are sensible, thought-provoking and entertaining at the same time. Onir's Kuch Bheege Alfaaz leaves you with moist eyes and a joyful heart.The film's tit...

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Review: Aiyaary Feels Like Unending Punishment

Review: Aiyaary Feels Like Unending Punishment

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Aiyaary is a bloated, prolonged, mess of misplaced purpose that digresses from military misdeeds to animal cruelty, says Sukanya Verma. Aiyaary begins with a lengthy disclaimer stating it is a work o...

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Review: Aiyaary Is Deceived By Its Own Cleverness

Review: Aiyaary Is Deceived By Its Own Cleverness

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Neeraj Pandey's Aiyaary is the sort of spy fantasy story that drunks narrate in bars, says Sreehari Nair. Often in movies where he's anointed by the devil, Kumud Mishra plays a terrible Advance Man. ...

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Review: Black Panther Is More Than A Superhero Movie

Review: Black Panther Is More Than A Superhero Movie

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...And that's a very good thing, feels Sukanya Verma. Black Panther doesn't have the manner of a regular superhero vehicle. It's the first thing you notice and love about the latest Marvel comic book...

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Shape Of Water Review: Spellbinding Ode To Impossible Love

Shape Of Water Review: Spellbinding Ode To Impossible Love

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'Del Toro hits a cinematic nerve in capturing an enduring love for the oddball, the beauty in the bizarre and, most importantly, reminding what it's like to have what one wished for since a kid -- a h...

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PadMan Review: It's About Empowering Akshay Kumar

PadMan Review: It's About Empowering Akshay Kumar

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'Parts of PadMan look like a Vicco Turmeric commercial, parts of it look like a Tourism Ad and parts of it like a commercial for Etihad Airlines. But almost all of it, unmistakably, sounds like one bi...

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PadMan Review: Akshay Crusades For A New Cause

PadMan Review: Akshay Crusades For A New Cause

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'PadMan has its premise in place. Now if only it had some wings,' says Sukanya Verma. IMAGE: Akshay Kumar and Sonam Kapoor in R Balki's PadMan Akshay Kumar is a man on a mission. Most of his acclaimed...

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Phantom Thread Review: Daniel Day-Lewis Signs Off With A Masterpiece

Phantom Thread Review: Daniel Day-Lewis Signs Off With A Masterpiece

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Phantom Thread is the most real, most riveting portrait of toxic love you’re likely to witness in a long, long time, feels Sukanya Verma. A simple action of Daniel Day-Lewis eating a buttery mushro...

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Padmaavat Review: Rajput Pride Played Out On A Loop

Padmaavat Review: Rajput Pride Played Out On A Loop

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'Sanjay Leela Bhansali's historical characters behave as though they are already aware of the chapters that will be dedicated to them and the sonnets that will be written in their memory.''And yet, th...

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