An Action Hero Review: The film bustles with coiled energy every time Jaideep Ahlawat is on the screen as a toughie responding to a rough, ready and rustic notion of justice and self-worth.
Freddy Review: Kartik Aaryan strives to make the character work - his game efforts do not bear much fruit...Alaya, too, has to stretch herself to snapping point.
Qala Review: The film also gives debutant Babil Khan the space to deliver a poignant act as a gifted but ill-fated singer proud of his talent.
Amar Colony Review: A meticulously crafted film that uses austere means to present a raft of fishbowl vignettes of people stuck in what feels like an unending furrow.
Dharavi Bank Review: The veteran actor's screen presence is undeniably strong but the Tamil accent that he is saddled with is not only affected but also disorienting.
Bhediya Review: Kriti Sanon has comparatively limited footage but does all that it takes not to be swamped out of the picture.
Wonder Women Review: At once breezy and insightful, it thrives on its restraint and the control it brings to bear upon its well-spaced dramatic eruptions.
Monica, O My Darling Review: Rajkummar Rao is never off the boil. Huma Qureshi fleshes out Monica in all her splendour. Radhika Apte takes to the role of a chatty policewoman.
Uunchai Review: Like Mount Everest, which can be spotted in the distance in several frames, the peak that the film seeks remains elusive.
Wakanda Forever Review: The huge void left by Chadwick Boseman is obviously impossible to fill and it imparts to the Wakanda story a quality that separates it from its predecessor as well as most other superhero films.
Breathe Season 2 Review: What lies beneath peeps out once in a while but does not get the sort of attention that might have lent the series the potency it lacks.
Mili Review: It has its moments and a pivotal performance that demonstrates that Janhvi Kapoor is an actress who has the chops to carry an entire film on her shoulders.
Double XL Review: Huma Qureshi And Sonakshi Sinha's Film Translates Into More Than Just Double TroubleSaibal Chatterjee | Friday November 04, 2022
Double XL Review: The film is a female-led dramedy that addresses the issue of body image and its repercussions but somehow seems to believe that men deserve a lot of play.
Thank God Review: The film is more laughable than funny. Its runtime is no more than two hours. Even at that length the film feels way too long.
Experts are huddled in a floating laboratory aboard a ship out at sea and terms such as carbon dating, sonar imaging and global warming are bandied about. But forget science, this isn't even proper, passable fiction.