Mohammad Kamran Jawaid

STREAMING: LOST IN CYBERIA

STREAMING: LOST IN CYBERIA

Cyberpunk Edgerunners is a very adult tale of a wicked future society where love and relationships struggle to find breathing... Published 25 Sep, 2022 12:46pm
STREAMING: GOOD WOOD AND BAD

STREAMING: GOOD WOOD AND BAD

Pinocchio is a live-action adaptation of a Disney classic done right and which deserved a release on the big screen. In contrast Published 18 Sep, 2022 11:50am
THE ICON REVIEW: BOXING WITH SHADOWS

THE ICON REVIEW: BOXING WITH SHADOWS

In Doda, Pakistan’s first Balochi language film in ages, the screenplay asks us to sympathise with a character with no likeable... Updated 18 Sep, 2022 05:44pm
STREAMING: HUSBANDS AND VAMPIRES

STREAMING: HUSBANDS AND VAMPIRES

Me Time is a meek version of what could have been a very entertaining film that came out 10 or 15 years ago, while Day Shift is Published 04 Sep, 2022 03:17pm
STREAMING: REFRESHING CHANGE OF PACE

STREAMING: REFRESHING CHANGE OF PACE

Director Ron Howard treats Thirteen Lives as a mystery, a thriller and a tale of overcoming impossible odds, without the... Published 21 Aug, 2022 08:37pm
STREAMING: FAST TRAIN TO NOWHERE

STREAMING: FAST TRAIN TO NOWHERE

Bullet Train may get its cult following sooner rather than later, because of its disparate set of unique-looking characters, but Published 14 Aug, 2022 05:13am
SPOTLIGHT: MEET THE SUPPORTING CAST

SPOTLIGHT: MEET THE SUPPORTING CAST

Supporting characters in films are not just the comic relief or the quiet bystanders to the leading characters’ actions of old... Published 14 Aug, 2022 05:13am
STREAMING: FUN AND FORGETTABLE

STREAMING: FUN AND FORGETTABLE

Netflix’s The Gray Man, starring Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans, is mostly a boy’s action flick that nails the ’90s action film... Published 31 Jul, 2022 01:03pm
STREAMING: GETTING THE TONE RIGHT

STREAMING: GETTING THE TONE RIGHT

Persuasion’s creative decisions stop it from realising its own potential while The Black Phone is a minor masterpiece of a... Published 24 Jul, 2022 12:02pm
THE ICON REVIEW: ATONING FOR THE PAST

THE ICON REVIEW: ATONING FOR THE PAST

London Nahin Jaunga is less raucous and is directed with more nuance than Punjab Nahin Jaungi. But if you ignore the basic... Published 17 Jul, 2022 03:12pm
THE ICON REVIEW: THE DISAPPEARED QUAID

THE ICON REVIEW: THE DISAPPEARED QUAID

Director Nabeel Qureshi and producer Fizza Ali Meerza’s Quaid-i-Azam Zindabad walks a tightrope between a uniquely Pakistani idea Published 17 Jul, 2022 03:03pm
STREAMING: RETURN TO FORM FOR THE GHOST

STREAMING: RETURN TO FORM FOR THE GHOST

Kartik Aryan’s unrelenting bits of comedy and his unmistakably Akshay-like idiosyncrasies help sustain the feel of the story in Published 10 Jul, 2022 03:14am
SPOTLIGHT: TO LONDON, WITH LOVE

SPOTLIGHT: TO LONDON, WITH LOVE

Coming from the producers of Jawani Phir Nahi Ani, JPNA 2 and its spiritual successor Punjab Nahi Jaungi, London Nahi Jaunga is a Published 03 Jul, 2022 01:47pm
STREAMING: NOT IN THE MOOD

STREAMING: NOT IN THE MOOD

“The time to worry about crossing lines was a lot of lines ago,” Steve Abnesti (Chris Hemsworth) tells his... Published 26 Jun, 2022 01:51pm