Set against the backdrop of an inhospitable Alaskan terrain, here’s a taut thriller that pits man against beast as well as man against man. Rashid Irani
A big-screen reworking of the 1960s gothic soap opera, Dark Shadows marks the eighth collaboration between those mavens of the macabre, Johnny Depp and Tim Burton. Rashid Irani
At long last, it has made it to our multiplexes. And in case you are wondering if it has been worth the wait, the answer is a resounding yes. Rashid Irani
If it’s Jason Statham, it means action, action and more dumbed-down action. The story and other such niceties hardly matter. This time around, the Transporter star portrays a former garbage collector (a euphemism for hard-nosed cop) and down-on-his-luck prizefighter.
A vacuous re-imagining of the Snow White fairy-tale, Mirror Mirror marks a change of pace for the director of the recently released, Immortals. This time around, Tarsem Singh Dhandwar attempts an outlandish comedy, reports Rashid Irani
It’s the same old global cataclysm for which those darn extraterrestrials are to blame. Ostensibly on a reconnaissance mission, the none-too-friendly aliens intend to claim our oceans’ resources.
It's been a 100 years since the eponymous luxury liner sank in the North Atlantic ocean after colliding with an iceberg during her maiden voyage to America. Over 1,500 lives were lost. Rashid Irani
Adapted from the first of three wildly-popular young-adult novels by Suzanne Collins, The Hunger Games taps into themes — courage in the face of adversity; struggle against oppressive regimes — with strong appeal for older viewers as well.
Conventional wisdom holds that actresses fade into obscurity in their forties but, even at 62, Meryl Streep continues to astonish.
An involving and incredibly funny drama based on the prize winning French play by Yasmina Reza, who also co-authored the screenplay, Carnage is primarily a showcase for a quartet of powerhouse performances.
It's only the second week of February but it seems unlikely that we'll see a worse film in 2012 than this teen-oriented drivel. Rashid Irani
Close on the heels of the 3D animated romp The Adventures of Tintin, here's another crowd-pleaser from the box office supremo Steven Spielberg. An old-fashioned, inspirational saga, War Horse tells the story of a young farm hand (Irvine) who develops...
A genuinely iconoclastic American filmmaker, Steven Soderbergh has demonstrated his command over the medium with both his Hollywood hits (the three Ocean's capers) and indie gems (The Girlfriend Experience). Rashid Irani
The first three Underworld films were silly, extremely noisy vampires-versus-werewolves horror stories. The fourth installment ponderously clomps through the motions as two warring species go at each other guns-and-fangs all over again.
Just when we thought that social issues had been shot dead and buried by Hollywood — overdosing on 3D and heist flicks — there comes The Help which once again takes up cudgels against racism.