There’s something intimately familiar and hence moving about Saving Mr. Banks. Plus, there’s Emma Thompson and Tom Hanks.
A glacially progressing look at intimate relationships, Aarkkariyam is a beautiful look at how well we know our loved ones. Or not.
Bhuj: The Pride of India takes a real-life human interest drama and turns it into listless and disingenuous cinema.
Rojo takes a still, unnerving look at middle-class society’s human reaction to political turmoil.
No matter how its political stance has morphed in a polarised and acidic world, ‘Munich’ is still chillingly relevant.
‘Haseen Dillruba’ is an uneven, ultimately unsatisfying look at fraught relationships. It falls in love with its own twist much too soon, much too deep.
Seven numbers to celebrate Pancham. Seven sparks. Seven stars. Seven notes.
Director Amit Masurkar creates an understated drama about the politics of equilibrium that extracts a deadly price from nature’s finely balanced system.
The second season ups the ante in a taut outing where everyone’s struggling to figure out their own space. Plus, it raises some questions about the art of making political thrillers and make up.
Writer-director Chaitanya Tamhane delivers a meditative, poignant take on the quest for perfection. We may not find it where we want it.