REVIEW: Kala Shah Kala

Kala Shah Kala is a Punjabi language film – but don’t let that fool you. The language, tough to comprehend at times because of its rapid-fire dialogue deliveries, is easy to understand, and far, far easier to enjoy. Everything one needs to…

Review: Amavas

The spirit in Amavas if anything is dedicated to its craft, and like most undead, it does seem to have a thing for women.

Alita: Battle Angel

Battle Angel Alita finally gets its Hollywood unveiling as Alita: Battle Angel, a cyberpunk Manga (Japanese comic) that James Cameron first opted to adapt in the early 2000.

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

The black dragon Toothless and his Viking human Hiccup are back for their final big screen adventure. In it the Vikings are still silly and loud, the dragons are cuter and bigger, and the goodbyes are hard but sweet

Review: Instant Family

Instant Family is a surprising revelation; really, I mean it in the best way possible – despitebeing a movie directed and co-written by Sean Anders of Daddy’s Homefame (which I did not hate), and especially one starring Mark Wahlberg.…

Review: Mary Poppins Returns

By Farheen Jawaid A spoonful of sweet, iconic Disney sugar helps the medicine go down (though not as smoothly), in Mary Poppins Returns – a direct sequel set years after the first Mary Poppins (1964). Loveable, strict and very much…