Sam Manekshaw never quite played it safe. Director Meghana Gulzar does, and yet there’s a compelling story and Vicky Kaushal’s fine act.
Director David Fincher creates a bracing look at an assassin’s arc of a final cleanup. Even killers eventually feel job ennui.
Director Vishal Bharadwaj spins a terse and dead-pan humor tale for wannabe spies. The domestic price is a high one to pay.
Director Sujoy Ghosh comes up with a crafty point of view for a triangular relationship. Perfect murder, sure. Perfect love? Umm.
Director duo Raj-DK create heady small-town chaos tinged with bloody nostalgia and bloody well-written characters.
Director Vignesh Raja spins a chilling thriller that’s a delight for crime afficiandos. Unless you’d rather be a mentor.
Director Nikhil Muraly weaves a gentle chuckle around the flush of first love and its lingering effect on a lifetime.
Director Christopher McQuarrie and Tom Cruise battle AI onscreen and offscreen. They’re winning. For now.
Director Ajay Devgn serves up action that lasts longer and louder than it should, while reducing the country’s bone mass density.
Director duo Raj-DK create a universe of false notes and true emotions that spins effectively for the most part.