Wild Canaries is as adorable as it is honest, with a unique look at the parallels between crime and love, functioning as both a well-developed romantic drama and a creative throwback to 1930s caper comedies.
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Kanu Behl makes a noteworthy directorial debut with this tense and grim Dehli-set crime drama. The film opens with Titli (Shashank Arora), the youngest of three brothers living in the slums of Dehli, considering a major investment that will break him out of a cycle of crime and poverty. But after he’s arrested, the police […]
“A Walk Among the Tombstones” is a throwback to hardboiled detective stories of yore that does nothing but a disservice to those stories with bottom-of-the-barrel cliches, lazy storytelling, and unfocused direction.