The film keeps giving us “touches”. What it doesn’t give us is a sense of the “madness” in this love, which makes it very hard to feel for these lovers.
The MovieSaints short film section (shortScape) is relatively new compared to most digital platforms, but the collection is versatile
Due to the shallow and overdone treatment of its material, Unsolved Mysteries feels more like a morbid but less exasperating version of reality television
The prequel to Takashi Shimizu’s Ju-On: The Grudge (2002) is deeply unsettling
It’s bad enough for a sports film to be so culturally awry, but it’s worse when the technical level is irredeemable
Compare Ganpat Bhonsle to Dr. Siras from ‘Aligarh’, and you’ll see how differently, how beautifully the actor plays the two men, who are similar in age.
In the film’s exasperating efforts at world-building, the prosaic always takes precedence over poetry.
Hamilton is an ambitious attempt at chronicling one of the most notoriously turbulent times in politics, and it is a pure, hypnotising spectacle
The documentary gives weight to the emotional testimonies of the Holocaust survivors but does very little with the historical accounts it tries to offer
Homemade, which is largely composed of personal diaries and philosophical reflections, is a rare peek into the restless head of artists, and by extension, a peek into our own minds
Starring Satyadev Kancharana as the grief-stricken ACP, this Telugu thriller streaming on Zee5, unveils itself with alarming stupidity
Featuring strong moments and performances, Chandrasish Ray’s debut film, starring Prosenjit Chatterjee, treads the unusual road