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Chhorii On Amazon Prime Video Doesn’t Manage So Much As A Decent Scare

Nushrratt Bharuccha stars as the kind of horror film heroine who has never seen a horror film in her life…

Chhorii, On Amazon Prime Video, Is Well-Intentioned But Fumbling

Nushrratt's sincerity is admirable but her expressions, especially in the more over-wrought scenes, tend to falter

Weekend Recommendation: The Wheel Of Time, On Amazon Prime Video, Is A Fascinating Tale Of Mystique And Magic

Based on the late Robert Jordan's 14 novel series of the same name, the 8-episode epic, starring Rosamund Pike, is…

Maradona: Blessed Dream, On Amazon Prime Video, Intricately Details The Meteoric Rise Of The Troubled Football Legend

Diego Maradona had an immensely fascinating back story – something the 10-part series captures elaborately and quite grippingly

What To Watch On Amazon Prime Video In November

From brand new releases to hidden gems, here's what you can stream this month

Erida Movie Review, On Amazon Prime Video: A Familiar Thriller About A Wronged Woman With Tame Twists

The film adds several ‘twists’ to a familiar thriller trope, but every twist is less convincing than the last.

Dybbuk, On Amazon Prime Video, Is An Unrealistic Horror Movie With Only A Few Mild Scares

Ezra, the Malayalam original on which this film is based, is a more gripping yarn with enough dramatic tension and…

I Know What You Did Last Summer On Prime Video Builds On The Teen Slasher-Horror Source Material

Based on the 1973 novel by Lois Duncan, which was adapted into a film in 1997, the 8-episode show follows…

Rathnan Prapancha Movie Review, On Amazon Prime Video: Superficial Writing Sinks An Interesting Premise

Focusing more on a physical journey rather than self-discovery, the film is more in line with the travel genre than…

Udanpirappe, On Amazon Prime Video, Is A Bland Family Drama Where Not A Single Moment Hits Hard

The actors are given generic emotions to play, and you don’t feel anything because nothing has any depth at all.

Sardar Udham, on Amazon Prime Video, is a Technical Knockout

Shoojit Sircar’s film sheds the problematic grammar of the freedom-fighter epic

The Green Knight, On Amazon Prime Video, Is A Lush, Layered Retelling Of Arthurian Legend

It leaves just enough room for interpretations and re-interpretations, much like its source text, and promises to grow richer with…