Category Archives: Movie Reviews

“One Of Those Days”: When Samantha Ruth Prabhu Painted To “Heal And Bring People Together”

“One Of Those Days”: When Samantha Ruth Prabhu Painted To “Heal And Bring People Together”

parimalOctober 28, 2021

"One Of Those Days": When Samantha Ruth Prabhu Painted To "Heal And Bring People Together" Samantha Ruth Prabhu shared this photo. (Image courtesy: ...

Sooryavanshi: Katrina Kaif And Akshay Kumar Are “Soulmates” In New Song Mere Yaaraa

Sooryavanshi: Katrina Kaif And Akshay Kumar Are “Soulmates” In New Song Mere Yaaraa

parimalOctober 28, 2021

Sooryavanshi: Katrina Kaif And Akshay Kumar Are "Soulmates" In New Song Mere Yaaraa Sooryavanshi: A still from Mere Yaaraa. (Image courtesy: YouTube)HighlightsMere Yaaraa has ...

“Freedom To Feed”: Neha Dhupia Posts Pic With Baby Son

“Freedom To Feed”: Neha Dhupia Posts Pic With Baby Son

parimalOctober 28, 2021

"Freedom To Feed": Neha Dhupia Posts Pic With Baby Son Neha Dhupia shared this photo. (Image courtesy: nehadhupia)HighlightsNeha Dhupia shared a photo on Wednesday She can be ...

The Internet Is Utterly Smitten By Disha Patani Chilling On The Beach

The Internet Is Utterly Smitten By Disha Patani Chilling On The Beach

parimalOctober 28, 2021

The Internet Is Utterly Smitten By Disha Patani Chilling On The Beach Disha Patani shared this photo.Disha Patani shared this photo. (Image courtesy: dishapatani)HighlightsThe ...

Pic From Preity Zinta’s “Night Out” With Husband Gene Goodenough In Dubai

Pic From Preity Zinta’s “Night Out” With Husband Gene Goodenough In Dubai

parimalOctober 27, 2021

Pic From Preity Zinta's "Night Out" With Husband Gene Goodenough In Dubai Preity Zinta shared this photo. (Image courtesy: realpz)HighlightsThe actress shared a picture with ...

Tadap Trailer: Ahan Shetty And Tara Sutaria Promise “A Tale Of Raging Love”

Tadap Trailer: Ahan Shetty And Tara Sutaria Promise “A Tale Of Raging Love”

parimalOctober 27, 2021

Tadap Trailer: Ahan Shetty and Tara Sutaria in a still from the film. (Image courtesy: YouTube)HighlightsTadap marks Suniel Shetty's son Ahan's acting debut It is directed by ...

Bigg Boss 15: Karan Kundrra Compares Shamita Shetty With His Ex-Girlfriend Anusha Dandekar

Bigg Boss 15: Karan Kundrra Compares Shamita Shetty With His Ex-Girlfriend Anusha Dandekar

parimalOctober 27, 2021

A still from Bigg Boss 15. (Image courtesy: colorstv)HighlightsKaran said there is a lot of similarities between Anusha and Shamita "The honesty factor, the emotional side," ...

Kareena Kapoor Or Saif Ali Khan, Who Is Lenient About Taimur’s Bedtime? She Says…

Kareena Kapoor Or Saif Ali Khan, Who Is Lenient About Taimur’s Bedtime? She Says…

parimalOctober 27, 2021

Kareena Kapoor shared this photo. (Image courtesy: kareenakapoorkhan)HighlightsKareena Kapoor opened up about Taimur's bedtime routine "That is something I'm not ready to push ...

Marvel’s ‘Eternals’ Review: A Sappy Superhero Soap Opera

parimalOctober 26, 2021

The Marvel Cinematic Universe wades chin deep into a soap opera river of melodramatic tears. Eternals has a “family” of superheroes torn between love, loyalty, and ...

‘Antlers’ Review: Atmospheric Monster Flick Isn’t Scary

parimalOctober 25, 2021

Antlers is a deeply atmospheric monster film that fails at the most important tenet of the horror genre. It’s not scary at all. Every fright is broadcast from a mile ...

‘The French Dispatch’ Review: Wes Anderson’s Journalism Tribute Is a Visual Feast

parimalOctober 22, 2021

Wes Anderson continues to delight with brilliantly artistic and eccentric filmmaking. The French Dispatch is a cinematic valentine to journalism, French culture, and the ...

‘Becoming Cousteau’ Review: Going Deep Underwater with the Famed Oceanography Pioneer

parimalOctober 22, 2021

From National Geographic, Becoming Cousteau is a documentary that explores the life of French oceanographer Jacques Cousteau, who invented diving and scuba devices, including ...

‘Injustice’ Review: Superman Unleashed Falls Flat

parimalOctober 19, 2021

It’s no more mister nice guy as the Man of Steel drops the kid gloves and unleashes his wrath on Earth’s evil-doers. Injustice is an animated adaptation of the ...

‘Dune’ Review: A Spectacular Adaptation of Frank Herbert’s Sci-Fi Classic

parimalOctober 15, 2021

Frank Herbert’s science fiction opus gets a stellar adaptation worthy of the big screen. Dune is not a pop cinema spectacle that sacrifices storytelling for bloated CGI ...

‘The Last Duel’ Review: Jodie Comer Astonishes in Bloody Medieval Epic

parimalOctober 8, 2021

Jodie Comer emerges as an early Oscar frontrunner in Ridley Scott’s bloody medieval epic, The Last Duel. Adapted from the book by Eric Jagger, the film recounts the ...

‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ Review: Too Much Killer & Not Enough Filler in Brief Sequel

parimalOctober 1, 2021

Venom: Let There Be Carnage suffers from the same split personality that bedevils the lead characters. It’s a riotous CGI spectacle with superb action scenes and wicked ...

‘No Time to Die’ Review: An Epic & Powerful Finale for Daniel Craig

parimalSeptember 29, 2021

Daniel Craig takes James Bond into uncharted territory with a powerfully emotional and epic performance. No Time to Die is hands down the best finale for an actor portraying ...

‘The Many Saints of Newark’ Review: A Banner Prequel to ‘The Sopranos’

parimalSeptember 24, 2021

The Many Saints of Newark is a banner prequel to television’s greatest mafia crime drama. Fourteen years after The Sopranos series finale on HBO, writer and showrunner ...

‘Copshop’ Review: A Bullet-Ridden Tale of Bloody Betrayal

parimalSeptember 17, 2021

Director Joe Carnahan and a cast of grizzled action veterans deliver a bullet-ridden tale of bloody betrayal. Copshop takes place in the police station of the remote and dusty ...

‘Best Sellers’ Review: Michael Caine & Aubrey Plaza Hit the Road

parimalSeptember 17, 2021

Best Sellers has a nearly bankrupt publishing scion forcing a reclusive, cantankerous writer on a make or break book tour for them both. Michael Caine and Aubrey Plaza have ...

‘Malignant’ Review: Frightening Fantasy Meets Outrageous Creature Feature Fare

parimalSeptember 16, 2021

Australian filmmaker James Wan needs no introduction. Since directing Saw and its super successful sequels, he’s played a directing or producing role in several of the ...

‘Shane Gillis Live in Austin’ Review: New Standup Special Is Dark, Funny and Free on YouTube

parimalSeptember 11, 2021

Many may know the name Shane Gillis from 2019’s Saturday Night Live controversy, when it was announced the stand-up comedian would be joining the cast for an upcoming ...

‘Queenpins’ Review: Coupon Clipping Criminals Deliver Big Laughs

parimalSeptember 10, 2021

Coupon clipping leads to multimillion-dollar fraud in a funnier than expected ensemble comedy with a lot of heart. Loosely based on a true story, Queenpins has two struggling ...

‘Kate’ Review: Mary Elizabeth Winstead Goes Savage in Underwhelming Action Thriller

parimalSeptember 8, 2021

Mary Elizabeth Winstead pops Yakuza skulls like bubble wrap in an action-packed, but underwhelming thriller. Kate has an elite assassin plowing through organized crime baddies ...

‘Zone 414’ Review: A Dark Exploitation of Artificial Intelligence

parimalSeptember 3, 2021

Guy Pearce searches for a wealthy mogul’s missing daughter in a city of android slaves. Zone 414 is set in a near dystopian future where humanity has perfected ...

‘Yakuza Princess’ Review: Sluggish Pacing Hampers Blood-Spurting Katana Action

parimalSeptember 2, 2021

Yakuza Princess goes for the jugular with visceral katana-slicing action, but unfortunately gets bogged down by sluggish pacing. Adapted from the graphic novel “Samurai ...

‘In the Earth’ Review: A Ghastly Hallucinatory Trip, But Ultimately A Letdown

parimalSeptember 1, 2021

Ben Wheatley’s low-budget, hallucinatory mishmash horror In The Earth poses promising terror, following a scientist and park ranger as they venture deep into a remote ...

‘Candyman’ Review: A Frightless, Preachy Arthouse Reboot

parimalAugust 26, 2021

Nia DaCosta reboots Candyman as a preachy, arthouse sermon on racial injustice and police brutality. The film is shot in an interesting way, but fails dramatically at its core ...

‘Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings’ Review: A Stunning Martial Arts Epic That Shatters Expectations

parimalAugust 23, 2021

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is a stunning martial arts epic. Director Destin Daniel Cretton has delivered an intimate story of a family reckoning with far ...

‘The Protege’ Review: A Veteran Cast & Skilled Direction Lift Midrange Actioner

parimalAugust 21, 2021

A veteran Hollywood cast and skilled direction take a convoluted B-movie plot to higher ground. The Protégé puts a brutalized orphan girl under the tutelage of a wily ...