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The themes of the time reflect the sociology of the collective.
The eight-episode web series Alex Rider tries too hard and misses the small details
A typical Tamil comedy, ‘Cocktail’ is meant for audience who enjoy a few laughs at one-liners
The film has the narrative placed in pigeonholes and lacks a fluid thread
Axone which is streaming on Netflix takes on issues of racism faced by North-easterners in Delhi’s Humayunpur area
A world of violence juxtaposed with warmth
The film out there has one character totally out of place in the chawl -- mouthing the latest human rights parameters.
The mini-series which traces the triumphant career of basketball legend Michael Jordan is a visual treat for sports fans and also those new to sporting legacy
Subtle, yet punch-packed, performances by lead actors are a saving grace for this movie by Anurag Kashyap
Watch Ponmagal Vandal for Jyothika’s strong performance and tight narrative that keeps it from becoming stilted till climax
Ghoomketu can be watched for fine performances of actors like Ila Arun, Nawazuddin and Rajpal Yadav
The approach is clinical as the show delivers its message. It has a Tarantino-esque dash of wit about it and, you will love dogs a bit more after watching it!
Cast: Vin Diesel, EizaGonzalez, Sam Heughan, Siddharth Dhananjay Director: David SF Wilson
Angrezi Medium show cases the many (too many actually) moods of our cinema that we euphemistically call a complete film
The Netflix movie has some fine performances, but is weighed down by mediocre storytelling
Cast: Rakshith Atluri, Thiruveer, Raghu Kunche, Nakshatra Director: Karuna Kumar
Cast: Tiger Shroff, Riteish Deshmukh, Shraddha Kapoor, Ankita Lokhande Direction: Ahmed Khan
'The Invisible Man' has its moments of scares that come completely out of nowhere and stays with you till you leave the theatre
'Raahu' harps on a disorder 'conversion blindness', several other elements
Anubhav Sinha as the post Tum Bin avatar is reaching new cinematic heights. His social trilogy: Mulk, Article 15 and Thappad are engaging films, thought provoking and within the mainstream gauge.