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  • The Dark Knight
  • Adventure Time: Stakes
  • Joker
  • Thalapathi

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  • Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox


  • The Book Thief


  • The Killing of a Sacred Deer


  • Edward Scissorhands


Recent reviews

  • Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox

    Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox

    While Batman and Flash still look good enough (Flash's running posture is a bit strange), other characters like Wonder Woman and Aquaman are simply designed in ways that don't vibe with the tone of a DC Universe. Audio Commentary: Producer James Tucker, director Jay Olivia, screenwriter Jim Krieg and comic writer Geoff Johns discuss Krieg's adaptation of Johns' original comicbook story, the differences between the two, and everything from the Studio 4°C animation to the character designs, voice casting, action…

  • Chennai Express

    Chennai Express


    Much like recent films that made big money at the box office, this romantic action comedy relies heavily on cliches but not the ones popularised by Salman Khan a few years back; instead, you’ll find the kind pioneered by King Khan almost two decades ago. SRK manages to generate the raunchy humour expected of him; a person of his build (which is quite basic compared to B-town standards) shares a major chunk of screen space playing Tom & Jerry with thugs…

Popular reviews

  • Phantom Thread

    Phantom Thread


    Anderson’s film can be seen through a similar prism as Darren Aronofsky’s Mother!, in that both films can be understood as an allegory for the complex relationships between imaginative creators and the people around them — though the elegant Phantom Thread is exponentially more accessible than Aronofsky’s divisive movie. In Phantom Thread, that creative genius is Reynolds Woodcock (Daniel Day-Lewis), a famed fashion designer and dressmaker in the 1950s, a man whose work is coveted by society dames and European royalty. Day-Lewis’ first role in five years will also be his last — the triple Oscar winner announced he will retire after Phantom Thread.

  • The Invisible Man

    The Invisible Man

    A contemporary adaptation of H.G. Wells' novel of the same name and reboot of the 1930s The Invisible Man film series, writer-director Leigh Whannell's The Invisible Man is a nod to the #MeToo movement. The horror kicks off when Cecilia's (Elisabeth Moss) abusive scientist former lover commits suicide and leaves her his fortune. Hints are dropped concerning Cecilia's increasingly hazy mental state, and a delicious tension arises from not knowing if the former lover is indeed alive, or if she has lost touch with reality. However, the film's ending may leave you slightly confused.