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.
Kareena Kapoor Khan is the least interesting element in Sujoy Ghosh’s new Netflix movie, his most mature work yet.
Netflix’s second attempt at an action franchise with Gal Gadot is marginally better than the first.
Police apathy, failed fathers, and a foggy future make a deadly cocktail in this spiritual successor to Udta Punjab.
In Henry Cavill’s final season as Geralt, as the Netflix series loses its star attraction, it makes a bigger case for Ciri as the future.
Chris Hemsworth-led Netflix sequel is bigger and more personal—but it fails to be any better.
A murder mystery comedy of the lowest possible denominator.
Netflix keeps making regressive reality TV because people keep watching it. Akhil Arora Earlier in July, a section of Indian Twitter—involving those from the country and many of Indian origin across the world—blew up hate-watching Indian Matchmaking, a new Netflix reality series that follows a Mumbai-based matchmaker’s millennial clientele across the US and India as […]