A courtroom drama about potholes, the movie's success lies in its ability to be able to communicate to the audience the plight of a common man.
In M.S. Sathyu’s film, both the Muslim and Hindu characters are examples of tolerance, kindness and restraint.
A subtle film commenting on free speech and literature, '19(1)(a)' emphasis how an ordinary person quietly taking agency over her own life can be an extremely political act.
Hulu’s 'Prey' plays off of and reverses long-standing Hollywood tropes about Native Americans to craft an alien thriller that actually delivers.
Anand Rai’s film is not just clueless about gender politics, but is also devoid of logic, and harks back to the cheap films of the 1980s.
Aamir Khan sometimes falls into his familiar clichés, but when he gets to the grip of the character, he shines.