Love Is Strange begins with two elderly men waking up, getting dressed and then, in an affectionate and informal ceremony, getting married. I wondered if director Ira Sachs had watched Ravi Chopra's 2003 weepie in which Amitabh Bachchan and Hema Malini play a loving, elderly couple who are forced to live separately after he retires because their obnoxious children refuse to shoulder the burden of both parents. But Love Is Strange is so much more.
There is no stopping Liam Neeson. The veteran star of the Taken trilogy consolidates his geri-action credentials with this glossy thriller which delivers conflict and peril in equal measure.
For a story that drives in the fast lane of vendetta while having a romantic sidetrack throughout, it is surprising lacking in energy. While Jai looks wooden, Andrea Jeremiah's hardly the schemer the plot requires her to be.
Run All Night is dark but not very delectable despite Liam Neeson trying his best to save the film.
This film has everything you expect from Jackie Chan film -- budding bromance with John Cusack, enough action, Chan playing a Mr Nice Guy and expansive sets. However, heavy dialogues and a drawn out climax bogs it down.
Cinderella, which is preceded by an overly cute eight-minute animated short titled Frozen Fever, is more than likely to enchant adults and youngsters alike.
Hunterrr has layers and a depth that those films didn’t even aspire to. But ultimately Harshavardhan, fritters away the opportunity.
Touted as a sex comedy, Harshvardhan Kulkarni's Hunterrr hit theatres on Friday. Is it yet another vulgar flick in the name of an adult film or is it something you can actually watch without being 'sick'? Read on to find out.
You know you're in for a exhilarating ride when Sonny Kapoor (Dev Patel) says, "Instinct is the nose of the mind and I have a big nose." John Madden's The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel picks the thread from where the first installment ended.
Director Kenneth Branagh sprinkles enough stardust on this classic fairytale to make it a fun watch. Lily James and Richard Madden as love's young dream and Cate Blanchett as the evil stepmother with a back story all give good performances.
Thilakar. Based on a true story (at least this is what the credits claim), the plot unfolds in the rural hinterland of Thirunelveli in Tamil Nadu -- a rustic location costumed by veshti-clad men riding motorcycles with a breeze and sporting sickles with a song.
Far from that clichéd double-role-crime/family drama, In Their Shoes is a stellar, heartfelt effort.
NH 10 is about a world in which feral men hunt in packs. Honour killings are so much a part of the social fabric that the police actively participate in them. And women are largely addressed with one epithet — a particularly nasty Hindi word for prostitute.
In a film where everybody seems to be sleepwalking, we single out Hugh Jackman for a particularly bad performance. Neill Blomkamp's film is filled with narrative holes, has a silly storyline and too much gore.
Jewellery heists are in. The other day, one happened in France.