Dear Zindagi – Review by Manisha Lakhe For two hours you put up with too shiny, too happy people holding hands and you’re fed up with the hokey counseling sessions. The last half hour actually touches you but it is too little too late. Read full review at http://ift.tt/2gqXzoc
Moh Maya Money – Review by Manisha Lakhe Ranveer Shorey plays Aman, a real estate agent who wants to get rich quick. His wife Divya (Neha Dhupia) is a television producer who disapproves of his schemes. When his one cheat-deal goes wrong, he has to find an even worse idea in order to get mo… ...
Tum Bin 2 – Review by Manisha Lakhe Girl and Boy1 are in love. They go to ski resort and Boy 1 topples off the snowy mountain after colliding with someone on a snowmobile. Girl comes back with Papaji and everyone grieves. Papaji introduces Girl to Boy2 and because Boy2 is so endearing … Read ...
Force 2 – Review by Manisha Lakhe Mumbai Police officer ACP Yashvardhan (John Abraham) once again kicks, punches and shoots his way to the baddie, his biceps flexed permanently, his dimple flashing rarely. This time the bad guy is killing RAW agents one by one. In this mission, he ha… Read full review at http://ift.tt/2gqWpJd
Arrival – Review by Manisha Lakhe When aliens land on Earth and no one knows if their silent, gigantic presence is threatening or no, the US Government asks for help from linguist Louise Banks (Amy Adams) who manages to communicate with them. Denis Villeneuve directs this deeply thou… Read full review at http://ift.tt/2fKjDc7
Shut In – Review by Manisha Lakhe Poor Naomi Watts! She plays a recently widowed shrink who has to look after a stepson who has been rendered catatonic in the accident that killed her husband. Not only is she alone, but is traumatised by a missing patient (the boy you have seen in th… Read ...
Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them – Review by Manisha Lakhe Eddie Redmayne and his magical suitcase bring alive magic that J.K. Rowling has penned as part of Harry Potter history. In 1920s New York a visitor with an interesting suitcase shows up in search of a person who will sell him an exotic ...
Brothers – Review by Shishir Gautam Brothers could have worked better with better editing and lesser of the forced melodrama. What it becomes is a lackluster piece of cinema despite some very hard work put in by the actors. Read full review at http://j.mp/1E82CDz
Minions – Review by Piyush Chopra Minions is fun and adorable as it starts off, but turns out to be a listless, plotless, cash-grabby Despicable Me spinoff film that unsuccessfully tries to coast on our affection towards its title characters. It probably wasn’t meant to be anyway. Read full review at http://j.mp/1LWbRrl
Baahubali – Review by Shishir Gautam They say, all’s well that ends well! Bahubali: The Beginning is just that. Cannot wait to watch the conclusion of this grand saga that will unfold in a few months from now! Read full review at http://j.mp/1Sdgptk
Second Hand Husband – Review by Shishir Gautam Second Hand Husband manages to deliver some real good laughs but probably the film could have been far more entertaining in Punjabi than in Hindi. Read full review at http://j.mp/1NIQgBO
Bezubaan Ishq – Review by Shishir Gautam Bezuban Ishq will probably be one of those films that will just disappear into the vacuum of history… without a trace. And non-regrettably so! Read full review at http://j.mp/1UocVIa
Terminator: Genisys – Review by Piyush Chopra Genisys starts off cleverly with a fresh take on a familiar plot, before drowning under the weight of its own smarts. Still, director Alan Taylor gives you enough entertainment to make this time-traveling adventure a decent way to pass time. Read full review at http://j.mp/1dDMGMk
Guddu Rangeela – Review by Piyush Chopra Guddu Rangeela could’ve been great had Subhash Kapoor stuck to making a satire that tried to do something about the appalling backwardness of our hinterlands. Instead, we get a middling and uninspired action comedy that’s neither entertaining nor enl… Read full review at http://j.mp/1H5E9wk
Miss Tanakpur Haazir Ho – Review by Shishir Gautam Miss Tanakpur Haazir Ho should have been a much better film, if not let down by writing. The direction however is at par with any other good work. There is no solution preached. But no solid statement made either. Read full review at http://ift.tt/1fXAg3J
Spy – Review by Piyush Chopra With stellar performances, screwball characters, seemingly endless supply of insults and profanities, and a laugh-per-minute ratio that keeps increasing as the film goes on, Paul Feig’s Spy is the perfect way to spend two hours this weekend. Read full review at http://j.mp/1BCVqxY
ABCD 2 – Review by Piyush Chopra ABCD 2 is too melodramatic and too impressed with itself to be able to deliver an eye-popping dance spectacle that you expect and deserve. If you’re looking for that great Bollywood dance-off film, you’ll have to wait and see if ABCD 3 does it for yo… Read full ...
Jurassic World – Review by Piyush Chopra Jurassic World had too many excuses to turn out badly. Instead, Colin Trevorrow manages to put together a film that’s equal parts entertaining and nostalgic. It may not be Jurassic Park, but this is as close as you could come to replicating it’s epic… Read full review at ...
Hamari Adhuri Kahaani – Review by Mansha Rastogi Humari Adhuri Kahani stands true to the filmmaker’s attempt at this film. It’s nothing but a half baked, empty film with gigantic proportions of cheesiness! Read full review at http://j.mp/1BcKTJp
Dil Dhadakne Do – Review by Piyush Chopra Dil Dhadakne Do might be a flawed family comedy-drama, but the flawed family at its center is so relatable and the issues that it confronts are so relevant, that the film will end up being a fond if bittersweet memory. Read full review at http://j.mp/1AUnfkz