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The Trial of the Chicago 7 review: A relevant, gripping courtroom drama

★★★★★ The world is in disarray. There are riots breaking out. The police and the common people are clashing on the street for what feels...

Blackpink review: Netflix’s encouraging documentary on K-Pop hits home run

★★★★ With South Korean band BLACKPINK taking centre stage, the Netflix documentary, Blackpink: Light Up The Sky, pans around the world of K-Pop. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7jx_vdvxWu0 Story With...

Ginny Weds Sunny review: Outdated rom-com with little to no creativity

★★★ Netflix's Ginny Weds Sunny promised fun, romance and comedy but delivers only a handful of laughs, satires and a bland narrative that is a...

Serious Men review: Sharp, witty, unmissable

★★★★ Sudhir Mishra’s latest directorial venture, 'Serious Men', is a biting satire that explores issues like caste, colourism, exploitation of children and much more, all...

Enola Holmes Review: An elementary study of a colourful cash grab

★★ With more than 250 adaptations made in the universe of Sherlock Holmes, ever since inception, it is easy to say that he is one...

The Devil All The Time review: A queasy trip to the 1950s

★★★★ With an ensemble cast consisting of the actors playing Spider-Man, Batman, The Winter Soldier and Pennywise, the demon clown, all in one film, it...

Cargo review: A revolutionary slow burner

★★★★★ The advent of OTT platforms has changed the game in India. An industry where a handful of science fiction films were made every decade,...

JL50 review: A long-awaited breath of fresh air

★★★★ Every year 1800 films are made in India, yet we have made barely 50 science fiction films, in total. Over the last 100 years,...

Masaba Masaba review: A “mess” you dare not miss

★★★★ Even with all the innovation streaming platforms are known for, few would have expected a semi-fictional web series about a celebrity, led by the...

Class of ’83 review: An absolute disaster

★★ India’s police force is infamous for its brutality and deep-rooted corruption. This year, this issue gained some traction all over the world, but clearly,...

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