The first instalment of the new Star Wars film, Rebel Moon,is a watchable movie though it is not great by any means
Wonka is a better version of Roald Dahl’s books primarily because it is an original story that is wholesome and heartwarming
Thanksgiving certainly took its time to be made, but the update into long-form is worth the wait
Blue Beetle is a cross between a poor man’s Iron Man, the fi rst Ant-Man and Shazam
Heart of Stone is predictable but it’s easy to digest and perhaps forget
Mutant Mayhem aces the long list of entries as the best Turtles film since 2007’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Actor Furqan Qureshi was once a constant staple on television — he had three series running at the same time. There was a reason
Rob Marshall’s version of The Little Mermaid seems haggard in comparison to the original Disney classic
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 reads like a hard statement against animal testing while the rest of the story and the characters
More than protection from the cold, Mili needs a lot of rethinking and rewrites. The characters in Double XL come across
Jurassic World: Dominion, allegedly the final film of the Jurassic series of films, feels like a set of prerequisites that needed
In Radhe Shyam, trending up and down in Pakistan’s Netflix’s top-10 chart, Vikramaditya (Prabhas), a prodigious palmist who...
Netflix’s The Adam Project is a fun and fast movie where the performances are pitch-perfect and the production is top-notch
Diversity and inclusivity will be the key words at tomorrow’s 94th Academy Awards. Despite their own misgivings, Icon’s film...
Matt Reeves’ The Batman featuring Robert Pattinson as the caped crusader is deliberately different from any previous Batman film
Ridley Scott’s House of Gucci sways between mediocrity and effectiveness, when it could have been excellent, while Adam McKay’s...
Fans of the original will find much to like in the nostalgia-laden, family-friendly Ghostbusters: Afterlife, whereas there’s lot..
Red Notice is escapist, filler cinema at its best
An unassertive, diffident young man gets married to a ‘relatively’ assertive young woman in Meenakshi...
The oft-repeated hammering of the themes in Reminiscence bring a clumsy inelegance to what could have been a fine film...