Reading Time: 3 minutes The Coen Brothers’ snazzy look at corporate machinations has lost none of its contemporaneous bearings in ‘The Hudsucker Proxy’.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Director Jagan Shakti keeps his ambitions—and the space mission story arcs—light and digestible. It’s entertaining for sure, but could he have aimed higher?
Reading Time: 6 minutes With writer Suman Kumar, directors Raj Nidimoru and Krishna D.K. spin out a series that’s a zinger for the most part. ‘The Family Man’ soars when it swoops down to the minutiae of everyday life. And Manoj Bajpayee is its trump card—he sure can hide those lyin’ eyes.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Writer-director Richie Mehta stalks the investigative team of Delhi’s blood-curdling crime and comes up with a harrowing but must-watch series. With a top-notch cast delivering solid performances, ‘Delhi Crime’ brings to fore the real-life struggle of police officers as they balance their personal hurdles and come to terms with a crime so heinous. And yet, the most disquieting moments come after the case is solved.
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Reading Time: 4 minutes LICH rating: (This rating is only a snapshot. The details are in the words.) Director Rohit Shetty has a
Reading Time: 5 minutes Genre-defying director Alfonso Cuarón creates delicate, subtle, and stunning imagery in ‘Roma’. With a poetic script and his superb cast, he breaks your heart, then tends to it, gets you down to the bottom but ultimately uplifts you. This is 2018’s best and finest movie. This is what cinema—and life—is all about: a beautiful experience.
Reading Time: 6 minutes How do you capture the zest and madness of an actor who lived life on his terms, even if those terms meant hellish conditions for those around him? How do you get the mania onscreen that Marathi stage’s first (and perhaps only) superstar evoked amongst his audience? Director Abhijeet Deshpande and actor Subodh Bhave do a stupendous job in doing all of this and more. In a movie whose title means listing its subject at the end of the credits, it’s a first amongst Indian actors’ biopics.