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Cast: Michael B Jordon, Jamie Foxx, Brie Larson, Rob Morgan, Tim Blake Nelson, Rafe Spall, OShea Jackson Jr, Karan Kendrick Direction: Destin Daniel Cretton
Cast: Sunny Singh, Sonnalli Seygall, Poonam Dhillon, Supriya Pathak Direction: Navjot Gulati
One needs to understand that the movie is about a doctor who talks to animals – it is supposed to be juvenile
Director Trivikram with Ala Vaikuntapurramloo ensures that the fan following of the Allu Arjun are far from disappointed
Ajay (Mahesh Babu) is a successful army officer who has the confidence of his boss (Murali Sharma)
Watching Ajay Devgn's self-produced latest effort, you realise the actor-filmmaker's intention was not just to create largescale action drama seeped in lavish visual delight
Film is ruthless in its depiction of pain and trauma of acid attack survivor
The taut screenplay in the first half went missing after the interval, the movie thus losing steam midway. For all the efforts in the first half, the movie deserved a much better second half.
Director: Andrea Di Stefano Cast: Joel Kinnaman, Rosamund Pike, Clive Owen, Common, Ana De Armas
Director: Sneha Taurani Cast: Sunny Kaushal, Rukshar Dhillon, Shriya Pilgaonkar
The entire set-up appears so atmospheric and stereotypical that there is absolutely no novelty factor in the film
Cast: Akshaye Khanna, Priyaank Sharma, Riva Kishan Direction: Karan Vishwanath Kashyap
Cast: Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman, Margot Robbie, John Lithgow, Kate McKinnon, Connie Britton Director: Jay Roach
The movie stays true to its essence with conversations among all the characters happening in a natural and flawless dialect
A saying by Mark Twain goes as 'It is not the size of the dog in fight, it is the size of the fight in the dog', and 'Namasthe Nesthama' gets fully loaded with the energy of two dogs deployed by Bokadia
Despite rich values of filmmaking, the progress of the screenplay gets hampered at many stages, which in turn affects the narrative and fails to keep one engrossed
Oollalla Oollalla is yet another movie which takes this path and aspires to be a thriller. However, the effort is marred by factors, which if handled well, could have helped it achieve the ambition of being a true thriller.
Kiara Advani perhaps is called upon to look dumb and lost in accordance with the script and arguably the most difficult role.
Director: Ritesh Rana Cast: Sri Simha Koduri, Athulya Chandra, Vennela Kishore
The movie attempts to show how the contemporary life plans and goals influence the present generation at the same time