Mohammad Kamran Jawaid
There is not much to horrify in The Nun II but that doesn’t mean it’s not worth a watch
After watching Equalizer 3, you walk away wishing and praying this is last of the series
Filmmaker Saeed Rizvi’s fantastical 1994 horror film Sarkata Insaan has been remastered and re-released in the cinemas.
Neill Blomkamp’s Gran Turismo, based on the popular video-game series, sticks to the premise,which is a rare small win
Sarmad Khoosat’s Zindagi Tamasha has finally released… on YouTube. Contrary to heated
speculations about it, but perhaps aptly,
Sarmad Sultan Khoosat says all there is to say in his short appended video on YouTube
One foreign-produced Punjabi language film was the beacon of light for Pakistani cinemas this year.
Director Justin Simien and screenwriter Katie Dippold succeed in making a better version of Haunted Mansion than the 2003
It’s a Sindhi film made by a Sindhi for Sindh, says filmmaker Rahul Aijaz.
Life is plastic, grim and far from fantastic and everything explodes eventually
For audiences whose primary interest is to know whether the film is worth spending money on — it is.
Your fi nal mission, should you choose to accept it, is to catch likely the last of the great blockbusters…
Babar’s call to tell a story about young adults is puzzlingly divergent from the norm. It stands at the precipice of adulthood, just like its lead pair.
Writer-director Babar Ali’s film John, released on July 14, has a narrative that pushes characters to fall in a grey
Insidious: The Red Door returns the story to the family that started the series but the franchise has long overstayed its welcome
The film rams several unconnected plots into the narrative to make a mess of it all.
Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny is the final hurrah for an old adventurer
To counter the shortfalls, VIP puts the bulk of the weight on Ehtashamuddin, Mairaj, Hasnain and Irfan Motiwala in his most effective and well-acted role in years.
Black Mirror indulged in stories that had little commentary of technology in the past but its Season 6 reeks of a dearth of ideas
The movie heralds the arrival of a bright young filmmaker — welcome Essa Khan, because you deserve the applause.