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Linda Cardellini as Velma and Sarah Michelle Gellar as Daphne.

Velma Dinkley was ‘explicitly gay’ in Scooby Doo movie, says James Gunn: ‘Studio kept watering it down’

Hindustan Times | By HT Entertainment Desk
UPDATED ON JUL 13, 2020 02:29 PM IST
The character of Velma was explicitly gay in the 2002 Scooby Doo film, writer James Gunn has said, but the studio kept watering it down until she had a boyfriend in the sequel.
Capone movie review: Tom Hardy in a still from Josh Trank’s new film.(AP)
Capone movie review: Tom Hardy in a still from Josh Trank’s new film.(AP)

Capone movie review: Tom Hardy delivers most unsettling performance of his career in surreal gangster biopic

Hindustan Times | By Rohan Naahar
UPDATED ON MAY 13, 2020 05:47 PM IST
Capone movie review: Tom Hardy delivers a performance so comically exaggerated in Josh Trank’s surreal biopic of the gangster Al Capone that it cannot be taken seriously.
The Curse of the Weeping Woman is inspired by the 17th century Mexican fable about the ghost of a woman who returns to terrorise children in Los Angeles, in 1973.(Warner Bros)
The Curse of the Weeping Woman is inspired by the 17th century Mexican fable about the ghost of a woman who returns to terrorise children in Los Angeles, in 1973.(Warner Bros)

Review: The Curse of the Weeping Woman is a frightmare, says Rashid Irani

Hindustan Times | By Rashid Irani
PUBLISHED ON APR 18, 2019 07:45 PM IST
No shortage of faux-religious symbolism or stock scare tactics. But the menacing moments are delivered prematurely and fail to be effective.
The Curse of the Weeping Woman movie review: The Conjuring series pillages the Mexican folklore of La Llorona.
The Curse of the Weeping Woman movie review: The Conjuring series pillages the Mexican folklore of La Llorona.

The Curse of the Weeping Woman movie review: New Conjuring spin-off may be better than the originals

Hindustan Times | By Rohan Naahar, New Delhi
UPDATED ON APR 18, 2019 09:49 AM IST
The Curse of the Weeping Woman movie review: The Conjuring spin-off unearths the Mexican folklore of La Llorona, for a film that might be better than the originals.
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