Hobbs & Shaw

Fast and Furious is a franchise that one watches mainly to see the crazy imagination of the makers to create set pieces involving vehicles. The characters Luke Hobbs and Deckard Shaw became easily popular when stars like Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham came on board in this Vin Diesel lead franchise. The popularity of those […]




The Lion King

When you look at the breathtaking visuals of the new live-action version of the 1994 epic The Lion King, a part of you will feel that this update that came with the support of the new technology is a great thing. But where the movie somehow doesn’t look emotional is when it focuses on its […]







Annabelle Comes Home

Annabelle Comes Home, the seventh installment in the Conjuring franchise is one movie that isn’t scary for a large part of its runtime. I have to say that this franchise is losing its charm as the horror movie traits are getting repeated frequently and we don’t feel any uniqueness to these films. Like almost all […]




Men In Black: International

In Men In Black: International there were two points at which I was like “Have they censored a version exclusively for India?”. When Tessa Thompson arrives at the MIB London headquarters, she and Liam Neeson are watching Ashish Chanchlani’s YouTube video on a giant screen. And then when Agent C starts complaining about the behavior […]




Dark Phoenix

Dark Phoenix is considered as the last possible film in the Fox-produced X Men franchise, which is arguably the most confusing movie franchise with a totally messed up timeline. Directed by Simon Kinberg, the movie has a couple of breathtaking action sequences, but beyond that, it’s a really underwritten movie with no real emphasis on […]







Aladdin

Guy Ritchie is known for his signature wackiness in treating subjects.  When it comes to Aladdin, the new version from Disney featuring Will Smith as Genie, Ritchie does manage to squeeze in a peculiarity in treatment and that’s not at all an extremely eccentric one. The musical comedy manages to grow beyond the mark of a mere […]