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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Every Indian Netflix original movie, ranked

(from left to right) Taapsee Pannu in Haseen Dillruba, Kartik Aaryan in Dhamaka, and Alia Bhatt in Darlings

From Amar Singh Chamkila to Darlings, and from Thar to Khufiya, film critic Akhil Arora ranks every Indian Netflix original movie ever made.

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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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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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Killer Soup review: chaotically overcooked

Konkona Sensharma in Killer Soup

A persistent serving of melodrama and a jar of convenience overwhelm the rare tongue-in-cheek black comedy bits in this dish.

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The Archies review: cotton candy

Khushi Kapoor as Betty Cooper and Agastya Nanda as Archie Andrews in The Archies

Zoya Akhtar’s Indian take on Riverdale, with Suhana Khan, Khushi Kapoor, and Agastya Nanda, is a soft serve.

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The Railway Men review: incompetence is the name of the game

Kay Kay Menon in The Railway Men

YRF’s first Netflix series, centred on the 1984 Bhopal tragedy, lacks virtually everything it needs to be Chernobyl or Trial by Fire.

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