This fast-paced Bollywood gangster film is, for most of its length, a tight, clever, blithely amoral crime drama about a buddy pair of hit men rising to the top of the mob heap.
We should not be surprised, sadly, that an angry film about pedophilia, and a closed society's horrifically inept efforts to confront it, still needed to be made in Iran.
If you try ruining my sister's happiness you will be missing a head," growls the fiercely bearded Punjabi action hero Sunny Deol mid-way through his new thunderous headbanger, "Singh Saab the Great."
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"Gori tere pyaar mein" ("Beauty in Your Love") is a moderately well-executed romantic slapstick comedy, supposedly based on actual experiences of its co-writer and director, Punit Malhotra ("I Hate…
Despite billing as the first Gujurati film to be submitted for the foreign-language film Oscar, "The Good Road" does not appear to be an indigenous product of the Indian province in which it was…
"Ram-Leela," a gorgeous, boisterous, ultimately ineffective new Bollywood adaptation of "Romeo and Juliet," does accomplish one thing that is quite unusual: it manages to keep you in suspense about…
Identity theft and the "me" generation take on literal dimensions in Satoshi Miki's whimsical sci-fi comedy.
The silly, square and charming Bollywood superhero picture "Krrish 3" measures up pretty well, provided you bear in mind that its more of a kids' movie than its U.S. counterparts.
This likable Bollywood comedy about a close knit group of hacker/slacker screw-ups in New Delhi owes a fair amount to both 2009's "3 Idiots" and to 2011 gross-out comedy "Delhi Belly."
The deafening Bollywood action comedy "Boss" is a relentless hard-sell star vehicle, a two-and-half hour string of sledgehammer fighting and dancing sequences.
Director-producer Scott Mactavish uses straightforward talking head interviews with family menders and friends to evokes the extraordinary focus and courage Navy SEAL Lt. Murphy seems to have been…