It’s time to say goodbye to yet another crazy month. May has had a string of impressive projects, from the highly anticipated ones to the smaller ones. Of course, it’s been difficult to keep up with so many films, especially when they all hit the theatres in just a span of a month! If you were too busy to make it to the movies, you need not worry. Just like the last month, we have it all covered for you. Which ones fell under the must-watch category? And which ones fell under the one-time watch category? Let’s find out!
This Randeep Hooda starrer might have failed to impress critics, but it was loved by our users. It was considered a tear-jerker even!
Captain America: Civil War
This treat for all super-hero lovers, seemed to have delivered what was expected of it.
This flick was not only loved by X-Men fans, but others too. For the latter, the excellent VFX seemed to work.
This psychological thriller starring Radhika Apte, seemed to hit the right notes with the audience.
This “real” film has been thoroughly enjoyed for its unique story, a kind that would stay with you.
The Angry Birds Movie
Based on a popular mobile game app, this flick has received love not only from children but also their parents!
Directed by Nagraj Manjule, this brutally honest love story has managed to break linguistic barriers. It appealed to non-Marathi speaking users too.
In Regional Cinema :
This month we have also had some regional ventures that were appreciated by the audience. Some of these are – Praktan (Bengali), Paisa Paisa (Marathi), Zorawar (Punjabi), U Turn (Kannada), Kammatipaadam (Malayalam) and 24 (Tamil).
Not all films did as well. Some missed by a narrow margin. A few of these are One Night Stand (Hindi), Pencil (Tamil), Brahmotsavam (Telugu) and Valleem Thetti Pulleem Thetti (Malayalam).
Well, that was all for the month of May. With films like Housefull 3, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows and Raman Raghav 2.0 releasing, let’s hope June is even more exciting! See you in June.
Disclaimer : The movies selected are solely based on the reviews the users have submitted. We are not referring to the box-office or critical success of the movies.