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Netflix’s Malcolm and Marie Review: Uncomfortable, Funny, Heartbreaking

A director and his girlfriend's relationship is tested in Malcolm and Marie after they return home from his movie premiere and await critics' responses.

Netflix’s The Yin Yang Master: Dream of Eternity Review: Dry New Year Fantasy

Qing Ming, the Yin Yang Master, took his master's last wish and went to the Captial Tiandu City to attend the heaven ceremony. But what happens after that?

Netflix’s All My Friends are Dead Review: An Accidental Mass Murder Saga

All My Friends Are Dead is a movie about how a party turns into an accidental mass murder saga. But how did it come to be?

Netflix’s We are: The Brooklyn Saints Review: Young and Driven

We Are: The Brooklyn Saints is a documentary about young driven athletes and their coaches.

Netflix’s Bonding Season 2 Review: Less Humor, More Emotion

Bonding is an American dark comedy streaming television series and season 2 brings more than just whips to the table.

Zee5’s Bang Baang Review: A Waste of Everything

Raghu faces the biggest test of his life when he is a prime suspect in a high-profile murder case in Bang Baang. Will we be able to sit through this one though?

Netflix’s Fate: The Winx Saga Review: Whitewashed and Glitter Free

Fate: The Winx Saga is a story about 5 fairies and their ordeals in the magical world of Alfea.

Netflix’s Double Dad Review: Who’s your Daddy?

Double Dad is a story about a girl who goes searching for her father after her mother leaves her to join the hippies.

Amazon Prime’s Tandav Review: Politics and Ambition

In New Delhi, a dark story about Indian politics and ambition unfolds behind closed doors and in corridors of power in Tandav.

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Netflix’s Time to Dance Review: Bland and Forgettable

Time to Dance is a bland and forgettable movie that does almost everything wrong.

MasterChef Australia Season 13 Episode 12 Review: Pressure Tarts!

MasterChef Australia Season 13 Episode 12 Review: The new episode is out with lots of pressure. Check out who gets eliminated.

Amazon’s Photo Prem Review: Captures Your Heart

Photo Prem review: A new Marathi movie starring Neena Kulkarni is out on Amazon Prime. Check out our review for the same.

Horror Film Host Inspired by a Prank: Director Rob Savage

Director Rob Savage talks about his inspiration behind horror film Host.

The Disciple Director Chaitanya Tamhane: I’m Told My Films are Not Commercially Viable

The Disciple director Chaitanya Tamhane talks about his movies and their commercial viability.