A Dog’s Way Home review : Real tearjerker for dog lovers

A Dog’s Way Home checks all the boxes as it leaps its way into the pantheon of heartwarming animal-based family films. A loving family? Check. An adorable furry buddy? Check. Affable characters along the way? Check. A meanie creating problems for our furry buddy? Check. However, what helps to it stand is how it makes […]

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Romeo Akbar Walter movie review: An uneasy, demanding watch that ends up rewarding you abundantly

It takes extreme guts to make a film like Romeo Akbar Walter because a.) There are quite a few controversial parts and b.) RAW demands the sensitive, impatient Indian audience to tide over these parts and see where they lead to. So, kudos to writer-Director Robbie Grewal, lead star John Abraham, and the entire team […]

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Shazam movie review: Kids will love it; adults will reconnect with the kid within them

DC brings its most fun superhero to the big screen with a blast, shredding its staple dark-brooding note as per the demands of the character. Shazam exists to entertain, and it does so with pure, unbridled joie-de-vivre. The film is not without plot-holes or narrative unevenness, but it more than compensates from them with copious […]

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Notebook movie review: Pure, innocent, magical — the way love stories used to be

In these modern times of instant romance and quicker breakups, Tinder hookups, volatile relationships, and disillusionment with the ways of the heart, a film like Notebook comes along like a breath of fresh air. It’s old-school ethos, so much at odds with the world we live in, are precisely what serve as a timely reminder […]

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