Bollywood Movie Reviews

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  • Review: 'Hollywood': Bland and Beautiful

    Review: 'Hollywood': Bland and Beautiful


    The narrative plods forward accounting stories of three young men who get a break at Ernie's station. Jack Castello (David Corenswet) bags a film deal as actor.

  • Review: 'Upload': Quirky sci-fi with a twist of satire

    Review: 'Upload': Quirky sci-fi with a twist of satire


    "Upload" is a quirky show that takes its time to build up. Despite being conceptually different it may not grip you right away, but if you hang around, the overall deal at the end of 10 episodes is imaginative, intelligent.

  • Review: Mrs Serial Killer: Utterly messed-up

    Review: Mrs Serial Killer: Utterly messed-up


    "Mrs Serial Killer" aims to be a psycho thriller, and Kunder probably thought of making it because the only film of worth he's ever made so far was "Kriti", a short film that belonged to that genre and garnered much applaud.

  • Review: Dangerous Lies reloads '90s B-grade suspense

    Review: Dangerous Lies reloads '90s B-grade suspense


    It's silly suspense drama really, and at less than 100 minutes it's the sort of pulp fiction you would indulgently sit through. "Dangerous Lies" makes no pretence of being anything but a B-movie. Only, it goes about effectively with its business of being cliched.

  • Review: 'Never Have I Ever': High School Chronicle

    Review: 'Never Have I Ever': High School Chronicle


    The remarkable Mindy Kaling has co-created a new dramedy, which naturally draws your interest. What you get here isn't pathbreaking stuff, but Kaling's latest effort is spiffy enough in impact to keep you hooked over 10 episodes.

  • Review: The Silence Of The Marsh: Intriguing but imperfect

    Review: The Silence Of The Marsh: Intriguing but imperfect


    You would love or hate this one largely depending on how you take the ending. For most parts watching the film, you gather that "The Silence Of The Marsh" is about a crime novelist who resorts to crime to draw inspiration for his stories.

  • Review: Extraction: Old-school action fest

    Review: Extraction: Old-school action fest


    The film is unabashedly uni-dimensional in situations, plot and characters despite a backdrop that could have been tapped to create a smart socio-political thriller.

  • Review: 'Sergio' struggles to hold attention

    Review: 'Sergio' struggles to hold attention


    "Sergio" stars Brazilian ace Wagner Moura -- that's Pablo Escobar in "Narcos" for you -- with Cuban origin actress Ana de Armas. You've seen her knock on the doors of global stardom with "Knives Out" so far, and she is the next Bond girl in "No Time To Die".

  • Review: School Life: Feel-good chaos

    Review: School Life: Feel-good chaos


    This French-Arabic film, originally titled "La Vie Scolaire", draws its context from the racial factor of the locality in which it is based -- Saint-Denis, which is a Paris suburb mostly populated by migrants of colour.

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