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Bollywood Movie Reviews

Monday, Sep 20, 2021 | Last Update : 09:53 PM IST


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  • Review: The Family Man 2: Binge therapy

    Review: The Family Man 2: Binge therapy


    "The Family Man 2" crafts its fictional action drama referencing subcontinental socio-politics. Mainly centred on the Sri Lankan Tamil rebel movement, the plot incorporates an Indian Prime Minister concerned about China's need to gain strategic advantage in Indian Ocean and Pakistan's swing towards ultra-Right as necessary mentions.

  • Review: 'Friends: The Reunion': The one that flew down memory lane

    Review: 'Friends: The Reunion': The one that flew down memory lane


    "Friends: The Reunion" was never really meant to reload the hysteria. The purpose was always to remind the world that the hysteria still exists. Seventeen years after the original series ended its decade's run, the reunion special was essentially aimed at reiterating the fact that nostalgia around the series is still intact.

  • Review: The Climb: Winsome indie humour

    Review: The Climb: Winsome indie humour


    "The Climb" is a 'bromantic comedy' that hits the road running -- or cycling if you may, given the opening scene. Friends Mike (Michael Angelo Covino) and Kyle (Kyle Marvin) are struggling uphill on racer bikes. Huffing for breath, Kyle announces joyously that he is about to get married.

  • Review: Radhe: Salman Khan's chaos of set pieces

    Review: Radhe: Salman Khan's chaos of set pieces


    You couldn't care less, of course if you are a Salman fan, you weren't logging in for the sake of story. You're in it to watch all that goes on in between, when the 'story' isn't interfering with what Salman Khan needs to do on screen to reaffirm his Bollywood superstardom.

  • Review: Photo Prem: Snapshots of feel-good humour

    Review: Photo Prem: Snapshots of feel-good humour


    Fifty-something Maee hates being clicked. Which in turn leads to a peculiar problem. She realises there's no decent photograph of her in the house. That's no petty issue if you consider your primary source of remembrance, when you're no more, will be the picture that hangs in the living room. So, Maee decides she must fix the situation.

  • Review: The Current War: Low-voltage drama

    Review: The Current War: Low-voltage drama


    You could counter that, of course, arguing there is no documented evidence to the contrary either. And in any case, never mind that the film is pitched as historical drama, we understand that history has never really been Hollywood's strongest subjects. We will take the War with a pinch of salt.

  • Review: Another Round: Mads Mikkelsen served with heady twist

    Review: Another Round: Mads Mikkelsen served with heady twist


    Midlife crisis gets a heady twist in Thomas Vinterberg's tragicomedy, serving Mads Mikkelsen on the rocks. "Another Round" (titled "Druk" in original Danish version) kicks in its plot by reversing the premise of alcoholism as cinema normally peddles it.

  • Review: The Big Bull: Big bore

    Review: The Big Bull: Big bore


    Forget comparisons. Even if you willingly dismiss the idea of sizing up "The Big Bull" against "Scam 1992: The Harshad Mehta Story", Abhishek Bachchan's new film is a washout from the word go.