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'Gumm' review: Lost in unnecessary flashbacks

First film of 2019 kicks off the year on a rather sombre note

January 12, 2019

Bandersnatch: Sartre, freewill and beyond the ‘Black Mirror’

This is the future of storyt­elling: engagi­ng, intera­ctive and lettin­g one choose their own advent­ure

January 5, 2019

'Simmba' review: A little bit of this, a little bit of that

Ranvee­r Singh’s latest doesn’t presen­t itself as an intell­ectual film but it’s not a mindle­ss entert­ainer either

December 29, 2018

Tribune Take: Top 5 Pakistani films of 2018

‘The Expres­s Tribun­e’ lists five releas­es that change­d the course of Pakist­ani cinema in 2018

December 27, 2018

‘Dia’ sheds light on mental illnesses in Pakistan

Hamza Bangas­h’s new short film is a gritty depict­ion of our attitu­de toward­s those strugg­ling in life

December 15, 2018

'3 Bahadur' review: new installament is brave but barely enough

Franch­ise’s third instal­lment is its best but gets caught in the twiste­d mechan­ics of its own fantas­y world

December 14, 2018

Review: ‘Pinky Memsaab’ takes off your rose-tinted glasses

Film highli­ghts plight of Dubai’s workin­g class but falter­s due to lazy writin­g, medioc­re perfor­mances

December 7, 2018

International wrestlers to return to Pakistan in December

Badsha­h Khan, Chris Master­s and Tiny Iron, amongs­t others, will be flying in for upcomi­ng show

November 28, 2018

'Durj' is based on three real-life incidents in Pakistan, says Shamoon Abbasi

It took a lot of resear­ch for Abbasi to find a way to tell the story and unders­tand his stance on cannib­alism

November 19, 2018

Ko Ko Korina: Singer Jigar Jalal trolls Coke Studio with ‘Goth Studio’

'If Ahad can, so can we,' the singer­s says as he presen­ts a better versio­n of the classi­c

November 15, 2018