Aakrosh boasts both memorable performances and a riveting storyline, and is a must-see.
The plot holes in the movie made for confusing viewing. Of course if this were an Indian movie, the preposterous scenes could be excused.
Masquerading as a heist movie – but really speaking, it has more to do with the logistics of dreaming – Inception doesn’t fit into any one specific genre.
Rajneeti will ring a bell with audiences in Pakistan who are all too familiar with the shenanigans of Pakistani politicians and the seamy side of local politics.
While Raavan displays some great cinematography and impressive acting by most actors, it doesn’t quite offer the experience or dexterity that is expected from it.
Unlike the evil depictions of Persians in past movies like 300 and Alexander, Prince of Persia comes as a breath of fresh air.
Bhutto the documentary was a boring re-run of Pakistan’s history. If not for its directors, any viewer would be forgiven for thinking it was state sponsored.
Special effects and superb acting set this Sherlock Holmes film apart from past attempts to reinvent the classic character.