The rather odd, yet poetic, Korean film The Day He Arrives remains quite obscure even though critics have sung its praises.
Harold and Maude is a delightfully dark, unapologetically weird thrill of a film that prods at the heart of the human condition – love.
Ek Tha Tiger borders on incredulity in the first half and, as the film progresses, things only get worse in the second.
Does the long-awaited The Dark Knight Rises meet expectations?
Marilyn Monroe steals the show in Howard Hawks’ wonderfully whimsical adaptation of a musical from 1949.
Taglined ‘Small Guys, Big Dreams,’ Ferrari ki Sawari appeals to every ordinary South Asian bloke’s desire to hit a sixer at Lords and zoom down the street in a red Ferrari.
When it comes to Tim Burton’s latest film, Dark Shadows, the word bizarre is an understatement.
While there are some truly hilarious moments in the film, The Dictator is underwhelming in its entirety.
In Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window, people’s voyeuristic nature is put under the microscope.
This cinematic rendition of Snow White may not end up as the most memorable version of the classic fairytale.