From The Archies to Darlings, and from Thar to Khufiya, film critic Akhil Arora ranks every Indian Netflix original movie ever made.
Zoya Akhtar’s Indian take on Riverdale, with Suhana Khan, Khushi Kapoor, and Agastya Nanda, is a soft serve.
YRF’s first Netflix series, centred on the 1984 Bhopal tragedy, lacks virtually everything it needs to be Chernobyl or Trial by Fire.
From Iron Man to The Marvels, Rotten Tomatoes-certified film critic Akhil Arora ranks all 33 Marvel Cinematic Universe movies.
The sequel to Captain Marvel, with Brie Larson, Teyonah Parris and Iman Vellani, is fun in spurts but never the film it needs to be.
Film Critics Guild member and Rotten Tomatoes-certified film critic Akhil Arora picks his favourite films and documentaries. And just like that, MAMI 2023 (officially, the Mumbai Film Festival) is done. The awards have been handed out—the fishermen documentary Against the Tide, which I noted as one of the promising Indian titles in the pre-festival roll, […]
Rotten Tomatoes-certified critic Akhil Arora ranks all films directed by Christopher Nolan, from Following to Oppenheimer. Arora praises Nolan’s unique storytelling abilities, while critiquing his weak female characters and limited emotional depth.
Akhil Arora’s list features movies from Argentina, Chile, Finland, France, Germany, Japan, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Tunisia, Vietnam, Ukraine, and the US.
The new Netflix movie—with Tabu, Ali Fazal, and Wamiqa Gabbi—is an overlong slog.
Aside from a couple of welcome moves, EA’s new football game is largely as it was. Colour me surprised.