At a time when OTT platforms have democratised content, it's high time original content is given preference over lazy remakes
in their quest for capturing the untapped Indian audience, global OTT players have been acquiring content without paying much heed to the quality. How long can this last?
Every Indian movie with a sports theme follows the same rah-rah template of the underdog climbing to the top despite numerous obstacles
All in all, Super Deluxe's visual explosiveness might make you want to go outside for fresh air, but not at the risk of missing a second of this blisteringly beautiful movie
Telugu cinema harkens back to the Stone Age of filmmaking when directors baulk at the idea of ruffling a few political feathers
After six years, his sophomore effort, Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota (MKDNH), can be nearly interpreted as an ode to Matunga, the Mumbai neighbourhood that seems to house most of the city's Tamils
'I don't expect Akhtar to be a political animal like Ranjith', says the author
Roma might have been robbed of the Best Picture award but it managed to win the Oscar for Best Foreign Language film in a crowded category that had the captivating Polish movie and more
Olivia Colman's Queen Anne might lose out on the Best Actress award to Glenn Close's touching portrait of a woman disregarded by her pompous Nobel-winning husband in The Wife
Despite each of the eight episodes being under 30 minutes, Russian Doll tends to get lumbering with subplots
Instead of acquiring a lot of middling latest movies, Netflix needs to invest in classics.
Rajinikanth needs to be commended for letting millennials like Subbaraj and music director Anirudh Ravichander give him the demigod treatment his fans have always needed
From Atlanta to Killing Eve, the best there were on the small screen
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Imagine Quentin Tarantino trying his hand at Khoon Bhari Maang and you have 'Revenge', a French rape-and-revenge thriller directed by Coralie Forgeat