Jun 05, 2021 07:14 PM IST
In this fact-filled, 75-minute documentary, Attenborough and Rockström drive home a few realizations. Case in point: an eco-friendly diet and planting trees are more important than we thought.
- May 27, 2021 03:43 PM IST
Baggio made the world play football, but director Letizia Lamartire's film about his life fails to inspire.
- May 25, 2021 08:50 AM IST
We catch you up to 23 good, bad and ugly Marvel universe films, starting from 'Iron Man' in 2008 to 'Avengers: End Game' and 'Spider-Man: Far From Home' in 2019.
- May 12, 2021 10:58 PM IST
'Those Who Wish Me Dead' doesn't hold up to much scrutiny; there are too many threads left dangling and characters left unexplored. And yet, it is an effective, watchable chase film
- May 11, 2021 04:40 PM IST
Director Lee Isaac Chung's 'Minari' is now on Amazon Prime. Here's why you should watch it.
- Apr 30, 2021 01:11 PM IST
Besides the names used, the 1993 Tom Clancy book and this film seem to have almost nothing else in common. Having said that, the action is great and the movie sets up at least one sequel: 'Rainbow Six'.
- Apr 27, 2021 04:44 PM IST
Two films featuring Mammootty released on Amazon Prime Video and Netflix - to watch or not to watch 'One' and 'The Priest'
- Apr 23, 2021 09:13 AM IST
You wanted lots of blood? 'Mortal Kombat' listened
- Apr 22, 2021 06:19 PM IST
Sheela's introspection about why she offered herself to Rajneesh is the best part of the documentary. Instead of being about her inner journey home, though, the 58-minute film ends up capturing a series of 'meet the celebrity who was once notorious' type of gatherings.
- Apr 17, 2021 07:06 PM IST
'The Great Indian Kitchen' holds up a mirror to everything that's wrong with the gender equation in traditional Indian homes and marriages. Fair warning: Don't eat while watching it.
- Apr 08, 2021 07:31 PM IST
'The Big Bull' is now available on DisneyPlusHotstar. Here's a look at the plot, the acting, the music and the comparison with 'Scam 1992'.
- Sep 20, 2020 09:10 AM IST
Premiered at the Toronto film festival, The New Corporation: The Unfortunately Necessary Sequel is perfectly timed. It calls corporations out for their greed as the coronavirus pandemic exacerbates poverty and inequality.