Dunkirk Review

Christopher Nolan is known for his intelligent style of film making, but his body of work has been mostly science fiction. For the first time, Nolan turns to an epic historical┬ástory about the evacuation of Dunkirk during WWII. However, if you assumed this change in the genre was going to bind Nolan into making a…

Jagga Jasoos Review

From the makers of the cinematic masterpiece that was Barfi, comes a musical about a young detective who is in search of his father, and also suffers from a bad stutter, and must sing to express himself. It seems to have all the things that made Barfi a masterpiece: the same director, actor, cinematographer, composer,…

Spider-Man Homecoming Review

Spiderman is the biggest superhero in the Marvel universe and yet, he was not a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe up until last year when production studios reached an understanding┬áso Marvel could make Spiderman movies. The character had a fantastic intro and cameo in last year’s Captain America Civil War, and now he has…

Wonder Woman Review

The DC universe has been struggling, with all its major movies failing to impress viewers. Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel and Batman v Superman tried to emulate Nolan’s somber philosophical take on superheroes, looking into the hearts of characters and trying to claim that even our heroes aren’t free of darkness. Wonder Woman goes for…

The Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Review

The Guardians of the Galaxy, which released 3 years ago, brought to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, a refreshingly weird gang of superheroes who just had fun in the face of overwhelming danger while being awesome at the same time. As I said in my review of that movie, it was neither serious, nor was it…

Baahubali 2: The Conclusion Review

After the epic first movie ended in a cliffhanger that plagued a nation for two years, Baahubali 2: The Conclusion is finally here. From its very first scene, it’s evident that the makers are going to stop at nothing to ensure that this is the most magnificent and memorable experience you are going to have…

The Fate of the Furious Review

The Fast and the Furious movies have always been cheesy, but The Fate of the Furious is not just cheesy, its an interminable overload of corny plot, trite dialogues and banal action. The eighth movie in the franchise, it lacks originality in any department and I would not hesitate to say that its the worst…