Reading Time: 4 minutes Quentin Tarantino loves his movies. He loves Hollywood. And like all of us about so many things in our lives, he wishes things would have turned out differently.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Director Vetrimaaran shows what it takes to unleash the whiplash anger of the exploited. And what happens when it does explode. You have been warned.
Reading Time: 6 minutes Martin Scorsese takes a languid, mellow, and poignant look at a life that was all powerful and raging bull in the past and now hovers within a knowing sigh. It could well be about each one of us and each of our countries, right now.
Reading Time: 5 minutes ‘Jallikattu’ is an unyielding and unnerving cinematic epitaph for mankind. The womankind may just make it, though.
Reading Time: 5 minutes ‘Saand Ki Aaankh’ mixes too much of zany fun into a potentially powerful story of the real-life sharpshooting Tomar sisters. That it’s up to its leading ladies to rise above it all is an eye-opening, albeit unintentional cinematic irony.
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: 3 minutes Director Ben Stiller keeps the simmer on in his superbly crafted mini-series, keeping the tension and drama at high tensile, even as he zooms into the minds of his protagonists to understand what makes them do what they do to lay out this complex true-life story.
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: 3 minutes Anand Bakshi pens the past, present, future that Laxmikant-Pyarelal set to a haunting movement. Kishore Kumar doesn’t sing. He singes.