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Dark Matter review: uneven multiverse thriller

Joel Edgerton in Dark Matter on Apple TV+

Joel Edgerton takes on himself in this Apple TV+ series adaptation of a sci-fi book that takes a little too long to get going. Akhil Arora, a member of the Film Critics Guild and a Rotten Tomatoes-certified film critic, who has been reviewing movies and TV series since 2015. He has written for NDTV and […]

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The Fall Guy review: Ryan Gosling and Emily Blunt are dreamy

Ryan Gosling in The Fall Guy movie

Ryan Gosling and Emily Blunt’s chemistry takes the roof off director David Leitch’s new film—his best so far.

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Heeramandi review: glossy TV soap opera

Aditi Rao Hydari in Heeramandi

Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Netflix series betrays the very women—tawaifs—it seeks to champion. It’s a ₹200 crore disaster.

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The Veil review: nothing special

Elisabeth Moss in The Veil

Elisabeth Moss-led spy series can’t power past the trappings of a standard spy thriller despite its promising premise.

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Challengers review: ace

Mike Faist, Zendaya and Josh O'Connor in Challengers movie

With Zendaya leading a stellar trio, director Luca Guadagnino concocts a heady mix of jealousy, ambition, and attraction. It’s terrific.

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Rebel Moon Part 2 review: sloppy, horrid, and unimaginative

Sofia Boutella in Rebel Moon Part 2

Zack Snyder’s Netflix sequel is an overlong epilogue that ought to have been the third act of the first part.

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Fallout review: Westworld meets The Last of Us, but weaker

Ella Purnell in Fallout TV show

The Amazon TV show is the right mix of goofy and self-serious but is found lacking in crucial departments.

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Amar Singh Chamkila review: a disorderly protest

Parineeti Chopra as Amarjot Kaur and Diljit Dosanjh as Amar Singh Chamkila in Amar Singh Chamkila

Imtiaz Ali’s call for artistic freedom—and the price you must be willing to pay—doesn’t always have the power or focus it needs.

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Sugar review: Apple TV+ neo-noir series is a mood

Colin Farrell as John Sugar in Sugar

Colin Farrell-led show is a love letter to film noir but its otherworldly late-game reveal may prove to be divisive.

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Damsel review: Millie Bobby Brown-led Netflix movie is in distress

Millie Bobby Brown in Damsel

Even a giant talking dragon—voiced by the always wonderful Shohreh Aghdashloo—can’t save this feminist fantasy survival thriller.

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