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Movie Review | Killer nanobots? That’s no way to die, 007

The film’s plot is a mumbo jumbo of past sins, a sullen villain and a killer virus

03 Oct 2021 12:47 PM

TV news: Is it the 1st draft of history or a stage for self-obsessed journalists?

Dumont's 'France' casts a wry eye on the business of television news, superstar journalists and how news is a malleable means to an end

27 Sep 2021 12:46 AM

Vir’s lesson: If you’ve done it, own it. At least the good part

Sanghvi’s sort of self-assured ankhon-hi-ankhon mein direct dialogue with the reader is rare for women

26 Sep 2021 7:58 AM

Tiff Diary | A film about who we really are when no one is looking

More so in 2021 than in 2020, the overwhelming theme of films written and shot during the pandemic is loss

24 Sep 2021 4:14 PM

Tiff Diary | The reassuringly similar story of sisterhood, from Chad to India

In the first five minutes of Mahamat Saleh Haroun’s film, I was stunned by how little I knew about Chad and how similar it is to India

23 Sep 2021 12:35 PM

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The best thing about Shershaah is that it doesn't star Akshay Kumar

It’s a story of inconsolable loss wrecked by war. It needs no added drama

17 Aug 2021 3:53 PM

Dilip Kumar, legend and Nehru’s hero, is no more

The passing of Dilip Kumar, who was born in 1922 in Peshawar, leaves yet another solemn milestone in the history of India

08 Jul 2021 11:14 AM

Movie Review | Mashurkar's roaring politics is delivered by Balan with quietude

Director Amit Masurkar has pulled off a feat thanks to the screenplay by Aastha Tiku that is political, intelligent and very well researched

20 Jun 2021 12:15 AM

Radhe Movie Review: This Salman Khan-starrer is dangerously bad than the pandemic

Salman Khan films these days don’t even qualify as films, in the sense that they are not even moving images

16 May 2021 8:48 AM

Pagglait review: There is life after some deaths

Bist has a firm grip on how the rituals of bereavement are played out by relatives in Indian families

27 Mar 2021 4:27 PM

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Berlinale: A teacher, a porn clip and the hypocrisy of a nation

Radu Jude’s 'Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn', won the Golden Bear award for Best Film at the 71st International Film Festival of Berlin

05 Mar 2021 9:28 PM

#Metoo: Court throws out Akbar's defamation case against Ramani

Reacting to the verdict, Ramani said it feels great to have truth validated before the court

17 Feb 2021 9:37 PM

Churuli: When gibberish pretends to have meaning

The eagle eye view injects mystery and suspense to the film

13 Feb 2021 9:28 PM

'Serious Men' review: Ancient prejudice posing as a post-liberal narrative

Sudhir Mishra's film based on Manu Joseph's book tells the story of a calculative Dalit on the sidelines of science

04 Oct 2020 1:40 PM

TIFF Diary | Meet Greta, a real ‘pain the a*se’ of world leaders

'I Am Greta' challenges the rightwing’s concerted attempts to dehumanise this incredible school kid

19 Sep 2020 6:21 PM

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TIFF Diary: The mendacity of Duranty and the truth of Mr Jones

Agnieszka Holland’s film 'Mr Jones' takes us back to a famine in Ukraine of the early 1990s 

16 Sep 2020 12:16 AM

TIFF Diary: At last, the female gaze upon the world of yakuza

In Under the Open Sky, Miwa Nishikawa makes a foray into a genre that has until now been the preserve of alpha-male directors

14 Sep 2020 9:52 AM

TIFF diary: The audacity of Regina King and an imagined evening

'One Night In Miami', about a fictional conversation between Malcolm X, Sam Cooke, Jim Brown, Cassius Clay is a sure-shot Oscar contender

12 Sep 2020 4:35 PM

TIFF Diary: Here at last, a film fest you can watch in your pajamas

The Toronto International Film Festival gets going with digital screenings and virtual red carpets

11 Sep 2020 2:45 PM

The feminism of Churails: Sometimes fiery, sometimes faux

But towards that end, it's is an excellent start

07 Sep 2020 12:31 AM

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