Fast & Furious Presents Hobbs & Shaw Movie Review: Don’t Get in The Rock, Jason Statham’s Way

Hobbs and Shaw Cast: Dwayne Johnson, Jason Statham, Vanessa Kirby, Idris Alba Director: David Leitch Branching out of a franchise like The Fast and the Furious without its most known face Vin Diesel demonstrates the production house’s faith in the relatively newer entries to the series, and the makers were not wrong in their assessment […]

Gullak Review: Jameel Khan, Geetanjali Kulkarni & Sons Spin Endearing, Nostalgic Tales

Gullak Cast–Jameel Khan, Geetanjali Kulkarni, Vaibhav Raj Gupta, Harsh Mayar Director– Amrit Raj Gupta Beyond anecdotal recalls, Gullak, a TVF creation, inspires everyday characters like you and me to engage in, converse around and savour the countless flavours of our lives, so that they may one day become part of a repository of endearing anthology […]

Murder Mystery Movie Review: No Humour in Jennifer Aniston, Adam Sandler Film

Murder Mystery Cast: Jennifer Aniston, Adam Sandler, Luke Evans Director: Kyle Newacheck Netflix’s Murder Mystery, the new Jennifer Aniston-Adam Sandler film, never delivers what it promises–a decent American romantic comedy, complimented with smartly done Europe-set whodunit. As it continues to falter on several fronts, except shoot worthy locations and a taut script, […]

Black Mirror Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too Review: Miley Cyrus Episode is Not More Than Hannah Montana

Black Mirror: Rachel Jack and Ashley Too Director: Anne Sewitsky Cast: Miley Cyrus, Angourie Rice, Madison Davenport It is that time of the year when technology gives you jitters and you’re shocked beyond wits because Netflix is back with Black Mirror season 5. The series is known for its gripping plots that gives its […]

Chernobyl Full Series Review: HBO’s Explosive Mini-series Lives Up to the Hype

Chernobyl Director: Johan Renck Cast: Jared Harris, Stellan Skarsgard, Emily Watson HBO’s five-part miniseries, Chernobyl, is based on the biggest man-made disaster in history and its aftermath. As far as disasters go, we don’t need to look far from our own backyard. Events like the Bhopal Gas tragedy have made people aware of the […]

Rocketman Movie Review: Elton John’s Biopic Strikes the Perfect, Tragic Note

Rocketman Director–Dexter Fletcher Cast–Taron Egerton, Richard Madden, Bryce Dallas Howard Akin to his deft touch on the piano keys, Rocketman, Elton John’s biopic, slides past smoothly, not a single phase out; a beautiful symphony, designed to stay with you for a cherished callback like the maestro’s rousing, spectacular discography. Directed by Dexter Fletcher, who guides […]

John Wick Parabellum Movie Review: Keanu Reeves, Halle Berry and Two Dogs Kill Them All

John Wick: Chapter 3- Parabellum Director: Chad Stahelski Cast: Keanu Reeves, Halle Berry, Asia Kate Dillon, Anjelica Houston and Mark Dacascos The now almost (arguably) reverential John Wick franchise was brought to being in 2014 when an aptly relatable human of otherwise mythological strength, stamina and resolve, Jonathan’s, played by a stoic Keanu Reeves, […]

Kota Factory Season 1 Review: This Educational Satire is TVF’s Best Since Pitchers

Kota Factory Cast: Mayur More, Alam Khan, Jitendra Kumar, Ahsaas Channa, Ranjan Raj Harking back to the tragicomedy genre, with trademark TVF tropes– nostalgic tales and idiosyncratic characters– in masterful monochrome colours, is Kota Factory, a biting commentary on pan-India coaching culture, which is, in short, a system that posits itself as the touchstone of […]

Selection Day New Episodes Review: Netflix’s Slow Burner has Just Become Darker

Selection Day Cast: Mohammad Samad, Yash Dholye, Karanvir Malhotra, Rajesh Tailang Director: Udayan Prasad The second season of Selection Day, based on eponymous book by Arvind Adiga, deviates its focus from just the perennially irritated father and branches out in all directions giving some sort of resonance to other lead characters. Thankfully, it works and […]

Free Solo Review: A Terrifying Tale About Emotions and Mountain Climbing

Free Solo Directors: Jimmy Chin and Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi Featuring: Alex Honnold and Sanni McCandless Free Solo is a landscape of human resolve, emotions, fear, death and love, without easy handouts, informational life guide or metaphorical meanings that one might otherwise expect from the biopic of Alex Honnold, a climber with a particular passion for […]