Cast: Tom Hanks, Felicity Jones, Irrfan Khan
Symbologist Robert Langdon (Hanks) is following a set of clues related to poet Dante, to solve a mystery. But when he wakes up with no memory of his current life whatsoever, he teams up with doctor Sienna Brooke (Jones) to help regain his memory and crack the case. While many have lauded the film for its interesting plot twists, it is also mediocre and not a great adaptation of the book by Dan Brown.
Miss Perigreen’s Home
For Peculiar Children
Director: Tim Burton
Cast: Eva Green, Asa Butterfield
Based on the novel of the same name, this film set in a magical kingdom, follows teenager Jake (Butterfield) who must save his new friends from dangerous enemies. While the film has much to admire, it doesn’t feel like a true Tim Burton film.
Director: Prakash Raj
Cast: Prakash Raj, Priyamani, Achyuth Kumar
Remake of the Malayalam film Shutter, this is an interesting story with unusual characters and memorable performances. Prakash Raj plays the lead character, Bhujangaiah, a businessman who has made enough money in Dubai and returned home. On a night out with his companion, he gets stuck with a call girl. What follows is a comedy of errors. This one is a must-watch.
— Team Indulge