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Getting to the bottom of the crime feels less like the delight of solving a puzzle, more like taking a maths...
A new set of young Marathi filmmakers directors—Chaitanya Tamhane, Avinash Arun, Bhaurao Karade—breathe...
The eastern UP town is an unlikely site for cinema of resistance
For a young male audience, it is packed with in-jokes and locker room talk.
The film loses out on complexity by opting for a way too easy narrative: the rural brutes vs us, the city...
Aamir, Salman, Shahrukh turn 50. They have owned the Hindi film for half their lives already.
A piece of nostalgia wrapped up in the actual.
Things are laid out too literal when they should have been left unsaid
New censor chief Pahlaj Nihalani’s ‘puritan’ streak has everyone stumped. Is this the future?
One of the most beguiling films of recent times, it captivates even as it confounds.
More silly and stupid than profound and philosophical.
It’s sprawling, it’s demanding, it’s rewarding—rather like reading a classic.
Unmatched cinematography takes the audience into the neurotic world of Birdman, where reality merges with...
Intimate personality studies bring the three main characters to life in this intriguing world of sports and...
In the name of supposed 'realism', the film plays on and magnifies the popular perceptions about 'Islamic...
We spoke to 65 foreigners on how they view the Republic on its 65th anniversary.
Despite its occasional flourishes and a basic competence of craft, you end up taking very little back home.
Byomkesh Bakshi, the sleuth filmmakers probe