Movie Reviews: Latest Review and Rating of Bollywood, Hollywood and Regional Movies (2024)

The Bikeriders movie review: Tom Hardy shines in this movie about men and their motorcycles

June 21, 2024 17:58 IST

The Bikeriders review: The Bikeriders is like that nice cross-country summer drive, wind in the hair, hands out of the window, but necks craving for a little something round the corner.

Ullozhukku movie review: A subtle and profound drama backed by incredible Urvashi and Parvathy

June 21, 2024 14:20 IST

Ullozhukku movie review: Christo Tomy's directorial is a captivating drama about the moral dilemma of a wife, played by Parvathy Thiruvothu, right after her husband's death.

The Exorcism movie review: Russell Crowe puts himself, and us, through torture

June 21, 2024 13:50 IST

The Exorcism movie review: The Russell Crowe-Ryan Simpkins film lurches around, up and down corridors, round corners, in shadows and locked rooms, finally exiting after exhausting the last of our patience.

Ishq Vishk Rebound movie review: Gen Z version of Shahid Kapoor’s debut is a letdown

June 21, 2024 17:57 IST

Ishq Vishk Rebound movie review: Three of the film's four leads, including Rohit Saraf, have proved their mettle before; first-timer Pashmina Roshan (who happens to be Hrithik Roshan’s cousin), is styled in the standard Bollywood starlet way, but does loosen up when given a chance.

Federer Twelve Final Days movie review: A tear-jerker farewell for tennis’ GOAT; a love-letter to Roger-Rafa romance

June 19, 2024 23:29 IST

Federer Twelve Final Days movie review: Much like Roger Federer's matches, the Amazon Prime Video documentary unfolds in a controlled manner before exploding with emotion at the end.

Harom Hara movie review: This Sudheer Babu film is more pain than pleasure

June 14, 2024 21:15 IST

Harom Hara movie review: Guns and violence define Harom Hara, starring Sudheer Babu, Sunil Malvika Sharma and Jayaprakash.

Grrr movie review: Kunchacko Boban and Suraj Venjaramoodu deliver an enjoyable, light-hearted film

June 14, 2024 19:35 IST

Grrr movie review: Suraj Venjaramoodu's ability to effortlessly generate humour from thin air proves invaluable, while Kunchacko Boban, for whom comedy has never been a strong suit, shines in Grrr.

Inside Out 2 movie review: The Inside Out sequel is a winner

June 14, 2024 18:09 IST

In telling simply how there are all these emotions within us, and that it is up to us to make of it what we will, Inside Out 2 is a winner.

Kudi Haryane Val Di movie review: A delightful romantic comedy

June 14, 2024 16:57 IST

Kudi Haryani Val Di, starring Ammy Virk and Sonam Bajwa, is a fun entertainer where love unfolds in the wrestling arena.

The Watchers movie review: Dakota Fanning does her best to lift the film

June 14, 2024 13:56 IST

Dakota Fanning, whose quiet, worried face suggests questions with uneasy answers, does her best to lift the film. Olwen Fouere meanwhile channels her inner Glenn Close.

Chandu Champion movie review: Kartik Aaryan goes full-tilt in Kabir Khan’s by-the-numbers biopic

June 14, 2024 23:23 IST

Chandu Champion movie review: Kartik Aaryan makes you root for his character even though Kabir Khan's film falls into declarative, underlined patches.

Maharaja movie review: Contrived screenplay overshadows the few good things in Vijay Sethupathi’s film

June 13, 2024 13:04 IST

Maharaja movie review: Vijay Sethupathi plays the role of a single father who is desperate to get back a stolen dustbin, but there is a lot more to his complaint than what meets the eye.

Hit Man movie review: Glen Powell and Adria Arjona make the screen drip with desire in Richard Linklater’s ravishing romantic thriller

June 12, 2024 22:48 IST

Hit Man movie review: Richard Linklater brings an otherworldly slickness to the new Netflix romantic thriller, featuring Glen Powell and Adria Arjona in proper movie star form.

Am I OK? movie review: Dakota Johnson is at her delicate best in Max dramedy about misguided millennials

June 9, 2024 08:40 IST

Am I OK? movie review: Dakota Johnson washes away the stench of her recent superhero misfire Madame Web by returning to her roots with a charming Sundance dramedy, available in India on JioCinema.

Little Hearts review: Shane Nigam, Mahima Nambiar film tries too hard to present itself as simple and rooted

June 8, 2024 06:06 IST

Little Hearts movie review: Right from the beginning, the Shane Nigam-Mahima Nambiar starrer attempts to present itself as a simple and rooted film, but these efforts fall flat soon due to the overuse of clichés.

Satyabhama movie review: The Kajal Aggarwal film is a tedious watch

June 8, 2024 06:05 IST

Satyabhama movie review: Satyabhama is a film that has predictable twists and turns and has incorporated some aspects we have seen in earlier cop films. However, having Kajal Aggarwal at its centre makes it a tad more interesting.

Weapon movie review: Sathyaraj’s superhero saga aims for the stars and crash lands on the audience

June 10, 2024 17:25 IST

Weapon movie review: Watching Weapon was like reading Wikipedia pages of Marvel superheroes and going on a rabbit hole clicking the hyperlinks.

Blackout movie review: The Vikrant Massey-starrer is worse than terrible

June 7, 2024 22:47 IST

Blackout, starring Vikrant Massey, Anant Vijay Joshi, Sunil Grover, Mouni Roy, Chhaya Kadam, Jisshu Sengupta and Ruhani Singh, makes you wonder if anyone involved in this enterprise knows anything from anything: a premise also needs execution.

Munjya review: Dinesh Vijan’s latest horror-comedy is neither scary nor funny, goes downhill after 30 minutes

June 8, 2024 06:04 IST

Munjya movie review: Munjya, the latest in Dinesh Vijan's horror universe, loses an opportunity to have created a truly original bad boy whose rancid desire for an older girl keeps it alive all these decades.

Under Paris movie review: Bérénice Bejo dives head-first into brainless shenanigans, but Netflix’s bonkers shark movie is out of its depth

June 9, 2024 08:36 IST

Under Paris movie review: What if a monstrous shark found its way into the river Seine in Paris? That's the harebrained premise that the new Netflix action film unabashedly dives into.

Bad Boys Ride or Die review: A fun ride that taps into Will Smith and Martin Lawrence’s camaraderie

June 6, 2024 15:08 IST

Even as aging stars Will Smith and Martin Lawrence -- who team up for the fourth time as buddy cops -- infuse the narrative with their energy, the action-comedy offers few surprises.

Fast Charlie movie review: Pierce Brosnan, Morena Baccarin make it worthwhile

May 31, 2024 18:38 IST

What makes Fast Charlie better is Marcie (a very, very good Morena Baccharin), in what is essentially a tagged-on role as the ex-wife of one of the killed gangsters. In Baccharin’s hands, and her warm eyes and enigmatic smile, the film goes beyond a ’90s mob flick to promise its two main leads a future.

Garudan movie review: A gripping tale of Mahabharta’s Karnan choosing what’s right over loyalty

June 1, 2024 08:06 IST

Gaurdan movie review: RS Senthikumar's film, in essence, is a reiteration of the Karnan story from Mahabharata, only here the underdog friend is not blinded by loyalty.

The Strangers Chapter 1 movie review: Madelaine Petsch, Froy Gutierrez star in a familiar story

May 31, 2024 16:05 IST

The Strangers Chapter 1 movie review: If the ‘how much torture will they endure’ bit you may have seen before, Strangers: Chapter 1 comes from even more familiar territory.

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Movie Reviews: Latest Review and Rating of Bollywood, Hollywood and Regional Movies (2024)


What is the most accurate movie rating site? ›

Rotten Tomatoes and the Tomatometer score are the world's most trusted recommendation resources for quality entertainment.

Which is best Bollywood or Hollywood? ›

Bollywood is more creative than Hollywood - Bollywood can produce hit films with subtle, relatable and common stories throughout the year with the greatest actors of the world, while Hollywood invests in producing roof-touching stories and actors to make a film.

Where would you find a movie review written? ›

Examples of Film Reviews

You can find examples in most major newspapers and magazines. Check out the arts and entertainment sections of The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Guardian, The New Yorker, The Atlantic, or Rolling Stone.

What is the official movie rating site? ›

Check out to learn the history of the film ratings program, and to download additional film ratings resources.

Who is bigger, Hollywood or Bollywood? ›

If you grew up in the west, it could be easy to think that Bollywood is a sub genre of Hollywood or just a term to describe all Indian cinema, but you'd be wrong. The fact is, Bollywood produces around 1000 films every year, which is almost double the output of Hollywood.

Is Bollywood richer than Hollywood? ›

Obviously, Hollywood Industry makes much more money than Bollywood for comparison I can give you one example avenger endgame has earned worldwide $2.797 billion now whereas the total movies released in a year in Bollywood can't match this level of earnings.

Why Hollywood movies are better than Bollywood? ›

Budgets: Bollywood films generally have lower budgets compared to Hollywood productions, which frequently involve significant investments. Narrative Style: Bollywood films often feature melodrama, emotional arcs, and larger-than-life scenarios, while Hollywood emphasizes realism and nuanced storytelling.

What is the difference between a book review and a movie review? ›

In essence, the only real difference is the medium. Book reviews deal with the structure of the book, the style of writing, the characters, and a good many other related things. Movies also deal with style, structure, and character, but also with visuals and music.

What was the last film Roger Ebert reviewed? ›

The last review by Ebert published during his lifetime was for The Host, which was published on March 27, 2013. The last review Ebert wrote was for To the Wonder, which he gave 3.5 out of 4 stars in a review for the Chicago Sun-Times. It was posthumously published on April 6, 2013.

Which is better, IMDb or Rotten Tomatoes? ›

IMDb has tons of information about the movie and the people involved with it, to include the entire cast and crew, but IMDb does not have reviews. For reviews, we go to Rotten Tomatoes or Metacritic. RT collects more reviews than Metacritic, but breaks down the critics as either liking the film or not liking the film.

What is the safest online movie site? ›

Crackle. While Crackle carries a lot of generally unknown sequels or continuations of movie series, the sheer amount of content is enough to justify a visit. Regarding safety, this site is among the more easily trustworthy sites, as Sony is held to a much higher standard than your everyday streaming site.


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