Friday, June 23, 2017
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Movie Reviews

'Bank Chor' Entertains, Albeit Tediously

'Bank Chor' Entertains, Albeit Tediously

The humour is derived from self-deprecation along with Bollywood and comic-book character references, making the film a time-limited, fragile product.

'Bank Chor' Entertains, Albeit Tediously

'Raabta': Fails To Entertain, Connect

'Raabta': Fails To Entertain, Connect

With badly etched, one-dimensional characters, "Raabta" is portrayed as an epic love story with reincarnation et al.

'Raabta': Fails To Entertain, Connect

'The Mummy': Mummy, Please Take Me Home

'The Mummy': Mummy, Please Take Me Home

Not to be taken seriously, certainly not for its politics. Cruise and his entertaining partner-in-crime Jake Johnson play antique thieves who run into a scam far beyond their control.

'The Mummy': Mummy, Please Take Me Home

'Behen Hogi Teri': A Small-Town Peeve

'Behen Hogi Teri': A Small-Town Peeve

With no much mush, Director Ajay Pannalal in his maiden directorial venture delivers an understated romantic comedy with aplomb. It is a typical keep-under-wraps, infatuation turned romance film.

'Behen Hogi Teri': A Small-Town Peeve

'Sachin: A Billion Dreams': Informative, Inspirational

'Sachin: A Billion Dreams': Informative, Inspirational

"Sachin: A Billion Dreams" is a biopic that gives a holistic view of Sachin Tendulkar's life, who is revered as "the God" of cricket by his fans.

'Sachin: A Billion Dreams': Informative, Inspirational

'Hindi Medium': Winning Combo Of Performances, Writing

'Hindi Medium': Winning Combo Of Performances, Writing

"Hindi Medium" with excellent production values and a strong local story, is undoubtedly a great canvas with a strong message.

'Hindi Medium': Winning Combo Of Performances, Writing