Movie Review

Drustikona, A Well Meaning Film Gone Off Track In Courtroom Drama

Critics were hoping that the Odia movie 'Drustikona,' released last week, would herald a new wave in Odia cinema. Although…

June 3, 2022

‘Jayeshbhai Jordaar’ Review: Ranveer Shines But Both Social Message, Comedy Lose Way

Bhubaneswar: Early in the film Jayeshbhai Jordar is a scene where the village panchayat is adjudicating on eve-teasers. Instead of…

May 13, 2022

The Power Of The Dog: A Visual Essay On The New American West

Connoisseurs may take note of a film released last December and currently trending on Netflix, The Power of the Dog,…

January 19, 2022

83: A ‘Stroke-less’ Script That May Not Fetch Runs In Box Office

If revenge dining and revenge travelling are the new buzzwords, revenge entertaining cannot be far behind and when it comes…

January 6, 2022

Film Review: One Falls In The Political Yet Apolitical Genre

The crucial shift in the ideological matrix of the common man has left many social scientists to rethink the need…

June 6, 2021

‘Godzilla Vs Kong’ Is Incredible Fun But Also Stupid

Godzilla vs. Kong is the fourth installment in Legendary’s MonsterVerse franchise and depicts the epic clash between the two monster…

March 28, 2021

Indoo Ki Jawani Is An Utter Test Of Patience

Let’s put it in very simple words. Indoo Ki Jawani by debutant director Abir Sengupta is an immensely bad film.…

March 10, 2021

Movies Which Dared To Mock Religion

Films that criticize religion are often a subject of controversy. Amazon Prime recently found itself in crosshairs as several FIRs…

March 7, 2021

‘The White Tiger’ Is Gripping But Leaves Much To Be Desired

Ramin Bahrani’s Netflix film based on Arvind Adiga’s Booker Prize winning novel, ‘The White Tiger’, is one of the most…

January 26, 2021

Reel Recall 2020: Movies Come Home Streaming On OTT

The biggest pandemic in 100 years didn’t dampen the spirits of filmmakers though theatres remained closed for 10 months. Thanks…

December 31, 2020