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Revealing the Tale of Unspeakable Horror

The Kashmir Files is not only a film. It is one of the biggest tragedies that stirred the entire humanity; the terrible fate of...

Movie Review of Dybbuk: Jewish folklore crushed by a standard horror drama

The plot revolves around Sam (Emraan Hashmi) and Mahi (Nikita Dutta), an interfaith married couple who are compelled to relocate from Mumbai to Mauritius...

Movie Review of Asuran: An epic saga of gruesome vengeance

Dhanush's outstanding performance is the highlight of this captivating Vetri Maaran film, which is set in a bygone age but which never feels out...

Movie Review of Just Mercy: Influential without a doubt

To Kill a Mockingbird Museum in Montgomery (Alabama) is popular among Just Mercy's Montgomery residents. There's been a Civil Rights Movement in Alabama for...

Movie Review of Chehre: Perhaps the longest running lawsuit

In a heritage mansion at an isolated hill station, four former court officials meet again after years apart for a luncheon. One of the...

Movie Review of Bell Bottom: An experience that will keep you tied to the chair

A spy codenamed Bellbottom sets out on a secret mission to free 210 prisoners held by thieves. In the reconnaissance spine-chiller Bell Bottom, Akshay...

Is watching a TV show better than watching a movie?

Back in the day, people were usually viewed as the lesser alternative to big pictures and movies. The TV stars would work hard and...

Movie Review of Bhoot Police: Slow and scary without any story

Pavan Kripalani's Bhoot Police, a loathsomeness parody that holds its assets away from plain view until it is into the subsequent half, opens, in...

Movie Review of Bhuj: A sad Apology for a War film

Bhuj shall always be remembered for the war that shook the whole Pakistan. The movie Bhuj: the pride of India will always be remembered...

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