• Back to the World of Magic

    The end of the Harry Potter Franchise meant the entertainment industry would lack the magic of the wizarding world.


    At long last, the Sorcerer Supreme makes his big screen debut in Marvel’s Doctor Strange. Benedict Cumberbatchplays Doctor Stephen Strange.

  • Café Society – Charming but disappointing

    Fans of Woody Allen are used to his quirky forays into cultural icons, from a 1970s' “Love Letter to New York” to literary Paris in the Jazz Age.

  • Swiss Army Man: A Bizarre Trip to Home

    Hank (Paul Dano) is about to hang himself. Having given up all his hopes of being rescued from a deserted island, he


    Just like khichuri is an integral part of the Bengali household when the sky rumbles and the sweet smell of earth is evident, watching movies while snuggled up in bed is a choice for many. Here I compiled a list of movies I'd like to watch on such a day.

  • DC hasn't yet figured out how group presentations work

    Not everyone in the classroom has to be hilarious to be popular. DC Extended Universe gets constantly compared to Marvel Cinematic Universe for obvious reasons.

  • Just Keep Swimming

    Remember the not-so-happy clownfish who had you worried sick about his abducted son? How we all jumped in joy rooting for their reunion as the father Marlin (voiced by Albert Brooks) swam halfway across the ocean aided by a scatterbrained yet amusing blue tang to rescue his son Nemo (Hayden Rolence) from an aquarium?

  • Should you sit through 2.5 hours of “X-Men: Apocalypse”?

    I'll start with something that's been bugging me since “X-Men: First Class”: Jennifer Lawrence is nice and all but #BringBackRebeccaRomijnAsMystique.

  • Should you sit through 2.5 hours of “X-Men: Apocalypse”?

    I’ll start with something that’s been bugging me since “X-Men: First Class”: Jennifer Lawrence is nice and all but #‎BringBackRebeccaRomijnAsMystique.

  • Marvel does it again!

    At first glance, Captain America: Civil War seems like a film that fits in with the tried and tested formula of The Avengers.

  • The Jungle Book: A Visual Experience to be Had

    If you're a long time Disney fan, like yours truly, you've probably grown used to the disappointments that come with the Disney live-action.

  • ROOM: Macabre, yet hopeful

    What if your world was no bigger than a tiny, squalid room that was visited by a monster every night?


    While Marvel has had success with film adaptations of their comics, things have not been particularly sunny for their rivals, DC Comics.

  • The Saga Begins Again

    Sitting down at the theatre a few days ago, it felt sort of surreal that it had been 10 years since the last Star Wars movie premiered.

  • A Satisfying and Thrilling Final Chapter

    Fans of the dystopian, sci-fi Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins and/or the movie franchise itself certainly had both doubts and


    When you start watching a documentary film that comes from the makers of Senna and Amy, some of the best of the genre...

  • MacGyver on Mars

    With futuristic scientific depictions, jaw dropping survival stories and, hold on to your seats, Matt Damon in the lead role, The Martian is a must watch.


    “The Intern” is like a berry flavored Fox's candy – the sweet aftertaste of it. Although under first impressions I thought this movie would be a lot like The Devil Wears Prada and that Anne Hathaway would play the role of a bossed-around intern but boy was I wrong.

  • 7 Must-See Movies about the Mentally Unstable

    I've recently come across some movies that depict mentally unstable people, and started loving that genre. Yes, there are many such movies out there, but I've compiled a list of seven that I would recommend – presented without major spoilers.

  • Life's Ironies in The King of Comedy

    I've been on sort of a Scorsese binge lately, going through the popular stuff first and then onto his lesser-known movies. If nothing else, this marathon has convinced me that Martin Scorsese is one of the greatest directors to have ever graced the medium.

  • Better than TFIOS

    Not every young adult movie has to be romantic in nature. Directed by Alfonso Gomez-Rejon, the movie adaptation of Jesse Andrew's novel “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl” came out in June this year, and it reminds us that people can actually be friends without falling madly in love with each other.

  • The Second Best Movie of the Two

    Remember how good we felt watching The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel back in 2011? Well the gang is back and personally I think it was rather bold of them to bring out a sequel of such a stereotypical movie. Especially with a title having the words “second best” in it.

  • Terminator Genisys: What is this I can't even

    Terminator Genisys, the fifth instalment in the franchise, takes place in a post Judgement Day 2029, where a group of humans are at war against Skynet, an artificial general intelligence seeking to wipe out the human race.

  • Drishyam could have been better if it had been tighter

    ‘Drishyam’ sets us up for a couple of welcome things: a plot which piques our curiosity, and a leading man retracting from the brink.


    What if your agelessness was the only thing that stood between you and love? What if one day you realised you are not capable of change?

  • Ant-Man review: Paul Rudd's tiny superhero is a big entertainer (video)

    As its tiniest superhero who will eventually become a part of Avengers, Ant-Man is a worthy addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).

  • India's 'most expensive' film Bahubali hits cinemas

    India's battle epic film Bahubali (Strong Man), billed as its most expensive film to date, has released in cinemas on Friday.

  • Schwarzenegger's back as Terminator

    Arnold Schwarzenegger's declares: "I'm old but I'm not obsolete."

  • A movie very appealing to the eyes: Inside Out

    With a unique premise that delves into the mind, Inside Out is based in a new cinematic world, which is interesting enough to get you attracted, but lacks the depth to keep you addicted.

  • Raptor Squad, Assemble!

    Admit it or not – you know you're excited for this movie. While we might have thought that Jurassic Park III was the end of it, Steven Spielberg takes the wheel again as executive producer and gives us Jurassic World, set in the wondrous age of smartphones and holograms.