Hollywood Movies
  • Train To Busan: Film Review: Next Station Zombieland

    Verdict: Gripping, intense and gory – welcome to Busan It's been awhile since we got a good horror movie, let alone a good zombie movie. For most of us zombie aficionados, the zombie subgenre was dead, as it increasingly became tired and repetitive with...

    Anish DhuratOctober 21, 2016
  • Jack Reacher: Never Go Back : Film Review – Cruise Is Back

    Verdict: Fast, mindless, over-the-top action.   With the rise in action movies, and an even bigger rise in their sequels, it is very difficult to make an action thriller that hasn’t been made before. Most sequels fall prey to the same tropes – the...

    Delnaz DivechaOctober 20, 2016
  • Masterminds – Nothing that You Haven’t Seen Already

    Verdict: An old formula – rinsed and repeated. When you picture an action-comedy starring Zach Galifianakis, you expect what is up your platter. Well, the movie doesn't disappoint there but it doesn't really come across as breath of fresh air. Directed by Jared Hess,...

    Anish DhuratOctober 14, 2016
  • The Accountant: Film Review – Do You Like Puzzles?

    Verdict: A thriller that is wrapped nicely with a bow. The one-man-army kind of movies make for an exciting watch. We have seen actors like Matt Damon (Bourne series), Liam Neeson (Taken series), Tom Cruise (Jack Reacher series) carry these movies on their shoulders...

    Mansi BengaliOctober 14, 2016
  • Inferno: Film Review – To Hell And Back

    Verdict: Falls short of the benchmark set by the earlier Langdon films. When the world was first introduced to Robert Langdon on screen, we were held spell-bound. Not just by the charm Tom Hanks brought to the role, but by the world of theological...

    Sweta VinodOctober 14, 2016
  • Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children: Film Review – Beautiful, Creepy

    Verdict: An amazing introduction to this peculiar world. A picture is worth a thousand words. These words couldn't be truer than when Ransom Riggs released his novel in 2011. His concept was to construct a story around pictures of some peculiar children he had...

    Mansi BengaliOctober 7, 2016
  • Queen of Katwe: Film Review – All The Right Moves

    Verdict: The humble story of an extraordinary person. With her every film, Mira Nair has come to be associated with a certain brand of filmmaking that is heavily influenced by her Indian roots. Her films beautifully portray the nuances of complex relationships and struggles,...

    Aditi SanthmayerOctober 7, 2016

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