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Review: Drishyam Is A Depressingly Ordinary Film

Review: Drishyam Is A Depressingly Ordinary Film

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Several parts of Drishyam work but the film is more tackiness than craft, says Raja Sen. Some movies appear on our viewing doorstep carrying far too much baggage. Drishyam, for instance, is a Hindi ...

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Review: Orange Mittai Is A Beautiful Film

Review: Orange Mittai Is A Beautiful Film

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Orange Mittai has its sweet and sour moments, with just the right balance of humour and emotions, says S Saraswathi. Actor Vijay Sethupathi has never been afraid to experiment with unconventional ro...

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Review: Pixels Is A Complete Waste Of Time

Review: Pixels Is A Complete Waste Of Time

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Pixels could very well be the most unremarkable Hollywood film of the year, says Paloma Sharma. Have you ever wondered what would happen if old video games came to life, tried to destroy the world and...

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Review: Naalu Policeum Nalla Irundha Oorum Is A Waste Of Time

Review: Naalu Policeum Nalla Irundha Oorum Is A Waste Of Time

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Tamil film Naalu Policeum Nalla Irundha Oorum is a tedious watch, says S Saraswathi. Debutant director N J Srikrishna’s Naalu Policeum Nalla Irundha Oorum revolves around the saying, 'All our action...

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Review: Bangistan Music Lacks Bang

Review: Bangistan Music Lacks Bang

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Bangistan has unconventional music but it doesn't impress, says Aelina Kapoor. One expects a different kind of music from Ram Sampath, and his music for Bangistan is expectedly unconventional. Newco...

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Review: Ant-Man Is Little-league Fun

Review: Ant-Man Is Little-league Fun

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Ant-Man is a pretty watchable light movie, but ah, it could have been a Wright movie., says Raja Sen. Some superheroes have the same problems we do. The tiny Ant-Man and his equally puny adversary, Y...

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Review: Masaan Is A Truly Impressive Directorial Debut

Review: Masaan Is A Truly Impressive Directorial Debut

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Masaan is an immense achievement for a first-time filmmaker and must be applauded, says Raja Sen. It’s devastatingly hard to crush a skull. For all its lifelong fragility, the human skull is a sign...

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Review: Aisa Yeh Jahaan Is A Half-baked Attempt

Review: Aisa Yeh Jahaan Is A Half-baked Attempt

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It's hard to root for Aisa Yeh Jahaan despite its beautiful concept, says Paloma Sharma. Biswajeet Bora's directorial debut, Aisa Yeh Jahaan, brings to the silver screen a conversation that we, as a s...

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Review: Maari Is Uninspiring

Review: Maari Is Uninspiring

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Review: Acha Din Is A Mediocre Film

Review: Acha Din Is A Mediocre Film

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Acha Din is quite a disappointment as it lacks depth, even though it deals with a serious subject, says Paresh C Palicha In Acha Din, Mammootty plays Durgaprasad, a migrant labourer from Jharkhand w...

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