Finding Dory: A delightful underwater adventure
Warcraft: Ambitious, but not cleanly done
The Nice Guys: Nice, nice, nice
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Out of the Shadows: Silly and yet fun
The Angry Birds Movie: Fails to soar
Alice Through the Looking Glass: A colourful adventure
X-Men – Apocalypse: Grand-scale entertainment
Money Monster: A one-time watch thriller
Captain America – Civil War: Will be remembered for ages!
The Huntsman: Winter’s War – Fails to sparkle
The Jungle Book: Old tale, new flavours, absolutely brilliant!
Kung Fu Panda 3: Funny and delightful
Allegiant: Less thrilling than the previous two
Batman v Superman – Dawn of Justice: Yawn-worthy!
Race: Heart-warming portrayal of a legend
13 Hours: Bravo!
Zootopia: Oh, what a captivating, thrilling, colourful ride!
London Has Fallen: Senseless but edgy action once again
The Revenant: A survival tale not to be missed
Gods of Egypt: Visual effects alone do not make a good movie
Spotlight: Honours its real-life heroes beautifully
Deadpool: Boldly reinvents the superhero genre
The Finest Hours: Restrained yet inspiring
The 5th Wave: A rehash of dystopian-alien movies
Joy: Mildly inspiring, but needed more sparks
The Hateful Eight: Slow pacing ruins an engaging story
Star Wars – The Force Awakens: Every bit as good as it was meant to be
The Peanuts Movie: Fans of the comic strip will love it
The Good Dinosaur: Fantastic animation let down by a mediocre story
In the Heart of the Sea: Epic adventure
Creed: Carries the heart of the Rocky series
The Hunger Games – Mockingjay, Part 2: Fails to rise to the occasion
Spectre: Grand and thrilling, the way only Bond can be
Hotel Transylvania 2: Some monsters can be such a joy
Goosebumps: A cozy ‘horror’ movie
Bridge of Spies: Fascinating story, but movie lacks urgency
Crimson Peak: Visually striking and chilling horror tale
The Walk: Lets the story shine and inspire
Sicario: Dark, gripping, enthralling
The Martian: An unforgettable awe-inspiring survival story
The Intern: A feel-good movie that charms
Maze Runner – The Scorch Trials: Bustling with youthful energy
Black Mass: A gangster film that will keep you hooked
Pawn Sacrifice: A great move!
Hitman – Agent 47: Too boring for an action movie
The Transporter Refueled: Just about does enough
The Man from U.N.C.L.E.: High on style and sophistication
Fantastic Four: Nothing remotely fantastic about it
Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation: Lives upto expectations!
Pixels: As silly as you would have expected
Southpaw: Packed with emotional punches
Mr. Holmes: A heart-warming portrayal of an iconic character
Ant-Man: Tiny superhero’s powers do impress
Minions: The tame story is a real bummer
Terminator Genisys: Old not obsolete, and still lotsa fun
Inside Out: Pixar at its absolute best!
Spy: The perfect dose of laughter
Jurassic World: The park is worth revisiting!
Tomorrowland: Grand on ideas, but lacks the punch
Mad Max – Fury Road: A chase we wish would never end!
Avengers – Age of Ultron: Joss Whedon’s farewell is a massive entertainer!
Furious 7: Faster & crazier with an emotional touch
The Gunman: Falls short in every department
Cinderella: Offers nothing new apart from visual splendour
Insurgent: It just got better
Chappie: A sci-fi film with a consciousness worth preserving
Focus: Lacking focus in its direction
Kingsman – The Secret Service: The best mix of adventure, action & comedy
Wild: A long walk that inspires only in bits and pieces
Mortdecai: What a colossal disappointment!
The Imitation Game: Knockout acting brings the movie to life
The Theory of Everything: So so beautiful!
Taken 3: Just a shadow of the original
Night at the Museum – Secret of the Tomb: Uncreative and unappealing
The Hobbit – The Battle of the Five Armies: A grand finale
Exodus – Gods and Kings: An old tale with a visually grander look
The Hunger Games – Mockingjay, Part 1: Way too grim
Horrible Bosses 2: An unnecessary sequel
The Equalizer: Flourishes at its own pace
John Wick: A good old-fashioned action movie
Interstellar: An epic voyage of a grand idea
Big Hero 6: Another colourful adventure by Disney
Fury: Visually and emotionally captivating war drama
Gone Girl: Dark and thrilling till the very end
The Judge: Muddled screenplay saved by solid acting
Two Night Stand: Cute and likeable, but not crisp enough
The Maze Runner: Youthful energy, exciting premise
Step Up All In: It’s all about the moves
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Guilty Pleasure
The Expendables 3: A bit too familiar, a bit too wrinkled
Guardians of the Galaxy: Superheroes finally have some fun
Hercules: Visually captivating, though not heroic enough
The Grand Budapest Hotel: An unforgettable adventure!
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes: Jaw-dropping spectacular!
The Fault In Our Stars: The perfect cup of joy, sorrow and romance
Transformers – Age of Extinction: Dazzling visuals the main attraction again
Chef: The right idea, not the perfect execution
How to Train Your Dragon 2: Delightfully expands on the original
Edge of Tomorrow: Packed with energy and sci-fi fun
Maleficent: Jolie dazzles, movie fizzles
X-Men – Days of Future Past: Rich in story and direction
Godzilla: Gives the “monster” a soul it deserves
Million Dollar Arm: An inspiring story, an uninspired movie
The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Wheee! This was fun!
Transcendence: Tries but fails to deliver anything new
Rio 2: Nothing more than bright colours and sonorous songs
Divergent: A compelling story worth pondering upon
Captain America – The Winter Soldier: Raises the bar for superhero movies
Noah: Does not rise to Biblical proportions
Sabotage: A script that renders the film meaningless
Need for Speed: Cars the only heroes in this insipid drive
300 – Rise of an Empire: Builds strongly on the original
Non-Stop: A joy ride!
The Monuments Men: A piece of history worth visiting
Pompeii: Mediocre story-telling saved by the visual grandeur
The Lego Movie: Skillfully built!
RoboCop: A delightful ride, though a classic it ain’t
I, Frankenstein: Listless and Soulless
Jack Ryan – Shadow Recruit: Entertains, but in bits and pieces
The Wolf of Wall Street: A well-crafted intelligent satire
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty: A Feel-Good Adventure!
The Hobbit – The Desolation of Smaug: A Journey of Splendour
The Hunger Games – Catching Fire: Makes for an impressive sequel
Frozen: A warm delight in true Disney style
Thor – The Dark World: Takes the Marvel tale admirably forward…
The Fifth Estate: Talented actors also fail to stifle the yawns
Escape Plan: Weak on story and action, High on Arnie & Sly
Captain Phillips: Steering away to glory
About Time: Keeping the romance alive…
2 Guns: Duo’s chemistry make things tick
Rush: A riveting story, a masterful movie!
Riddick: Bringing back a touch of the old sci-fi…
Percy Jackson – Sea of Monsters: Does not match the book’s grandeur!
Jobs: Worth a visit, if only to walk his journey again
Kick-Ass 2: Does not deliver the killer punches
R.I.P.D.: RIP Audience!
The Wolverine: Needed more claws!
Turbo: Fast, but not furious
White House Down: An Emmerich flick… no story, all action!
Pacific Rim: Monstrous sized sci-fi fun!
The Lone Ranger: A mediocre attempt at a reboot
Despicable Me 2: Charming, funny, cute… and loveable
Monsters University: Entertaining but not Pixar-ish Enthralling
World War Z: More Action, Less Horror
Man of Steel: A Visual Treat with Plenty of Punches
Now You See Me : Magic that Entertains
After Earth : Promises so much, delivers so little