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  • Review: 'Birds Of Prey': Madcap comedy with sincere moments

    Review: 'Birds Of Prey': Madcap comedy with sincere moments


    "Birds Of Prey" is a vibrant, cheeky and stylised team-up of DC Comics' female anti-heroes,which is designed as a satire to show the position of women in the comic book universe. This is the eighth film in the DC Extended Universe and a sort of a follow-up to the 2016-released "Suicide Squad".

  • Review: 'Gul Makai': Malala biopic is half-baked fare

    Review: 'Gul Makai': Malala biopic is half-baked fare


    Om Puri's two-scene cameo is a dead giveaway. Since Puri passed away in January 2017, this film must be at least three years old. As the minutes pass, the incessant loud filmmaking that hits you has you wondering if this is some sort of a B-grader straight out of three decades ago.

  • Review: 'Panga': Kangana and cast shine in feel-good flick

    Review: 'Panga': Kangana and cast shine in feel-good flick


    "Panga" is the sort of film you easily fall in love with. It has a stellar cast in fine form, is directed by a filmmaker who knows her business of storytelling only too well, and it manages to deliver a topical comment without getting too preachy about it. It is an entertaining film that effortlessly reaches out to the wider audience, and at the same time doesn't lose connect with basic cinematic aesthetics.

  • Review: 'Judy': Renee Zellweger shines as Judy Garland

    Review: 'Judy': Renee Zellweger shines as Judy Garland


    Director Rupert Goold's Judy, a biopic of the famed American actress, singer and dancer Judy Garland, is based on the play "End Of The Rainbow" by playwright Peter Quilter. It gives us an insight into the last few months of the singer's life.

  • Review: 'Darbar': Rajinikanth shines in underwhelming film

    Review: 'Darbar': Rajinikanth shines in underwhelming film


    "Darbar" is the kind of film that screams out loud that Rajinikanth, who recently turned 70, is in no mood to slow down, and this fact is established even more strongly via a couple of scenes. In one scene, when Rajinikanth is given an ultimatum to prove he is mentally and physically fit in a span of four days, we see him hit the gym and lift heavy. As funny as it is to see him strain to flex muscles, it's equally exciting to see him do what it takes to still stay relevant.

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