Allied | Movie Review

There are few directors in the Cinema Fraternity today who enjoy an illustrious career such as Robert Zemeckis does. With classics like the Back to the Future Trilogy, Forrest Gump, Castaway, The Polar Express and The Christmas Carol to name a few, Zemeckis’s prolific productions span the full range of film genres. Zemeckis’s long association…

Underworld : Blood Wars | Movie Review

Imagine a world where an unstoppable force meets an immovable object. No, I am not talking about the Dark Knight and the Joker but something which is far less sophisticated and far more clichéd. The war between Vampires and Werewolves has been imagined and re-imagined countless times through several stories, plots and treatments ranging from…

Arrival | Movie Review

In our day and age, the very idea that we may not be alone in this universe is one which not only inspires romance in the way we see ourselves as a part of the greater creation but also infuses fear of the unknown forces which may exist outside our realm. Movies like Independence Day, Men in Black…

The “Doctor Strange” Review

Buttercup Cumbersnatch stars as the cocky neurosurgeon Dr Stephen Strange in Marvel Comic’s 14th instalment in the ever expanding MCU. The fatigue from watching the same egoistic and privileged lifestyle of Tony Stark is evident amongst the superhero movie lovers but Bumblesnuff Custardbath breathes a new lease of life to a similar narcissistic role with…

“Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children” Review

In a world which imposes and commands conformity, being peculiar is usually considered to be a negative trait. Even the very intonation of the word sounds demeaning and a cringe appears on your face while you read it. This story is not about that world… Directed by the “Edgar Allan Poe” of World Cinema, Tim…

“The Accountant” Review

  Is it just me or are we having an Afflecktion (pun intended) this year ? From the much-appraised reboot of the Batman in the Justice League foundation film Batman v Superman, to a short yet equally powerful Batman cameo in the Suicide Squad and then going off on a different tangent altogether in The Accountant, Ben has been prolific…

The “Happy Bhag Jayegi” Review

The legend is true! Jimmy Shergil can never get the girl in his movies. Be it Tanu weds Manu, Mere Yaar ki Shaadi Hain (where he loses the lady to Uday Chopra! …Yes we rechecked), Dil Hain Tumhaara, this guy with the most baronial of looks doesn’t get his love interest. So when the trailer…

The “Pete’s Dragon” Review

There are two kinds of people in this world – the ones who are fascinated by ferocious dragons like the ones in the Lord of the Rings or the ones in Game of Thrones. Then there are the others who love dragons which are smart with almost a human-like intelligence such as the ones in…