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Entertainment  /  Published 26.04.20

Randeep Hooda on Netflix film Extraction

Randeep Hooda hadn’t made a movie in three years when Extraction came his way. The 43-year-old actor plunged into the film that sees him play the morally ambiguous Saju and also required him to film...
By Priyanka Roy in

Entertainment  /  Published 20.04.20

A clutch of movies with a colourful palette

Amelie...
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Entertainment  /  Published 18.04.20

Dolittle: A dreary, overextended yawn

At some point during its troubled gestation, the movie once known as ‘The Voyage of Doctor Dolittle’ was renamed Dolittle.” Was “voyage” too fusty, “doctor” too fancy? Whatever the case,...
By Manohla Dargis /NYTNS in

Hollywood  /  Published 17.04.20

Adam Driver is a man of few words

Adam Driver has resting sphinx face. I don’t say this because of his memorably unusual features, though a long nose, full lips, and paintbrush flick of moles and freckles certainly help give Driver ...
By Kyle Buchanan/The New York Times News Service in

Entertainment  /  Published 17.04.20

'A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood'

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood celebrates the virtues of patient listening, gentleness and the honest expression of feelings. It’s about how a man who has devoted his life to being kind helps a...
By A.O. Scott /New York Times News Service in

Entertainment  /  Published 17.04.20

A carefully organised and sanitised war picture

On June 28, 1914, a young Serbian nationalist assassinated the presumptive heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne, thus starting World War I. That, at any rate, is the familiar way that the origins for t...
By Manohla Dargis/ New York Times News Service in

Entertainment  /  Published 17.04.20

George Mackay on '1917' that’s up for 10 Oscars

It’s early summer 2019 and George MacKay is standing in a trench, staring into the eyes of Colin Firth. They’re making a First World War film on Salisbury Plain, which is standing in for the Weste...
By Kyle Buchanan/New York Times News Service in

Entertainment  /  Published 17.04.20

Two powerful performances in Just Mercy

A Bryan Stevenson’s Just Mercy is a painful, beautiful, revelatory book, the kind of reading experience that can permanently alter your understanding of the world. Partly a memoir of Stevenson’s c...
By A.O. Scott/ New York Times News Service in

Entertainment  /  Published 15.04.20

The Oscars Super 8

RomaIn its favour: Alfonso Cuaron’s black-and-white art film has real momentum. It tied The Favourite in picking up the most Oscar nominations, and two of those 10 were for the actresses Yalitza Apa...
By Kyle Buchanan/The New York Times News Service in

Entertainment  /  Published 15.04.20

Little Women: Refreshed with a dazzling cast

Christmas won’t be Christmas without any presents.” That’s the first sentence of Little Women, and I’m happy to say that in the just-ended gloomy holiday season — when so much of humanity ha...
By A.O. Scott/New York Times News Service in


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