ANUPAMA CHOPRA REVIEWS

Anupama Chopra is a critic, author and the director of the Mumbai Film Festival. She’s been writing about Bollywood since 1993 for international publications like The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times and Sight & Sound. She is also the founder and editor of Film Companion. Watch her movie reviews every Friday.

machine-movie-review

Very little makes sense in this Abbas- Mustan thriller which also serves as a launchpad for Abbas's son Mustafa Burmawalla


trapped-movie-review

With just one location, a minuscule budget and the brilliant Rajkummar Rao, director Vikramaditya Motwane creates a layered survival story set in Mumbai


kong-skull-island-movie-review

In director Jordan Vogt Roberts’s film, the creatures – especially the sad-eyed Kong – are jaw-dropping


badrinath-ki-dulhaniya-movie-review

Watch Anupama Chopra's review of Badrinath Ki Dulhaniya starring Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt


commando-2-the-black-money-trail-movie-review

Commando 2 – The Black Money Trail has lots of slow motion posturing but very little common sense


logan-movie-review

Logan isn’t the rousing epic adventure that you might look for in superhero movies. But it is deeply satisfying.


lion-movie-review

Based on Saroo Brierley’s bestselling memoir A Long Way Home, the material of this film is made for melodrama


rangoon-movie-review

There's much to admire in Vishal Bhardwaj's complex love triangle set against the backdrop of India's freedom struggle


split-movie-review

Centred around a man inhabited by 24 distinct personalities, looking to kill three women in his basement - this film is vintage Shyamalan


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