Mr. X – Review by Piyush Chopra Mr. X is an inept, incompetent and insipid sci-fi film with an IQ level that is smaller than the size of Emraan Hashmi’s shoes. Skipping it is not an option, it is a compulsion. Read full review at http://j.mp/1HOGPQc
Broken Horses – Review by Piyush Chopra Broken Horses is a Vidhu Vinod Chopra Bollywood film with Hollywood actors and settings. It is grim, dark, violent and sporadically powerful, yet too sentimental and emotionally manipulative for its own good. Read full review at http://j.mp/1FVKcTl
Dharam Sankat Mein – Review by Piyush Chopra Dharam Sankat Mein is more of an attempt at making some quick cash than to make a film with a heart and mind of its own. With very few moments of fun sandwiched between long stretches of snoozing, this film should be avoided like the ashram of ...
Ek Paheli Leela – Review by Noyon Jyoti Parasara Ek Paheli Leela is not for the one who would ask for logic. Watch it if you like random songs pushed into the story every 10 minutes so that the heroine dance in scanty clothes. Read full review at http://j.mp/1NOiNJX
Detective Byomkesh Bakshy! – Review by Piyush Chopra Detective Byomkesh Bakshy is a thrilling murder mystery that leaves you awestruck and giddy with pleasure. A scrumptious delight of a film that has the repeat viewing value of a classic, missing it would be a crime only Byomkesh could solve. Read full review at http://j.mp/1c3mcDD
Fast & Furious 7 – Review by Piyush Chopra Furious 7 is an action spectacle that is as outrageous as it is entertaining. So exciting and fun you could end up bursting your appendix, it has flying cars and drones and deadly villains and everything else you could possibly need from a movie this… Read ...
Run All Night – Review by Piyush Chopra Run All Night is part Taken, part A Walk Among The Tombstones, and total fun. Stylish, thrilling and satisfying, it is Liam Neeson’s best action film in some time. Read full review at http://j.mp/1Bv332u
The Gunman – Review by Piyush Chopra The Gunman closely follows the already tired I’ll-find-you-and-I’ll-kill-you formula to dismaying results. The only reason anyone should ever watch it is if you hate Liam Neeson, but love his films. Read full review at http://j.mp/1MesQau
Barkhaa – Review by Subhash K. Jha Melodrama as a genre in Indian cinema has gone out of vogue. In Barkhaa, Debutant director Shadaab Mirza weaves an emotional yarn about a girl’s journey from the pristine Himachal hinterland into a beer bar. Read full review at http://j.mp/1CWn7Af