Reviews

Reviews

Read the reviews of Pakistani movies by the critics/reviewers of Galaxy Lollywood.

Moor (Review): It’s Pakistani cinema at its finest

Moor's is a beautiful story set in the backdrop of the eventual fall of Pakistan Railways, most specifically in the Zhob-Bostan areas of Balochistan province, due to the rising corruption in the department and the subsequent birth of land and route-bus mafias; spiralling and entangling the common local lives of the area and those with honest attachment to their land and Railways.
Gumm review

Gumm (Review): A cheap imitation

Movie Name: Gumm Release Date: January 11, 2019 Director: Ammar Lasani and Kanza Zia Review by: Momin Ali Munshi We know this review comes out a bit late,...

The System (Review): Action, Romance, Comedy ,Drama ; This is what I call an...

Movie Name: The System Release Date: 30 May 2014 Director: Shahzad Ghufoor Review by: Momin Ali Munshi   Pakistan has sadly been divided into two very distinct groups of audiences and film-makers....

Shah (Review): A barefoot champion of Pakistani cinema

Movie Name: Shah Release Date: August 14, 2015 Director: Adnan Sarwar Review by: Zeeshan Mahmood Making a sports biopic on the life of a forgotten boxer with scarce...

Maan Jao Naa (Review): The perfect weekend watch

Movie Name: Maan Jao Naa Release Date: February 2, 2018 Director: Aabis Raza Review by: Momin Ali Munshi To say that Maan Jao Naa has emerged as a dark horse...

Manto (Review): A feather in Sarmad Khoosat’s cap, a success at making him people’s...

Sarmad Khoosat has done the acting of his life. We had seen him acting in past; Shashlik with Nadia Afghan being the highlight of that era, and we always knew he had the potential, but Manto, despite all that was a big, fat, pleasant surprise. Just as Naseeruddin Shah gave a face to Mirza Ghalib for people today, Sarmad will stay people's Saadat Hassan Manto.

A Lamha to embrace our pain. (A must Read Review)

Express Tribune “We need the pain…because somewhere in that pain… lies the person that we have lost…and without it…we lose them completely.” And that’s exactly when...

Zindagi Kitni Haseen Hay (Review): Great music and good acting make up for the...

Movie Name: Zindagi Kitni Haseen Hay Release Date: Sept 13, 2016 Director: Anjum Shahzad Review by: Zeeshan Mahmood Anjum Shahzad is a talented TV director and Zindagi Kitni...

Jawani Phir Nahi Ani 2 (Review): More gloss and less content

Movie Name: Jawani Phir Nahi Ani 2 Release Date: Aug 22, 2018 Director: Nadeem Baig Review by: Momin Ali Munshi Film sequels are like a double-edged sword. While on one side...

Cake (Review): This delectable cake needs to be devoured immediately!

Movie Name: Cake Release Date: March 30, 2018 Director: Asim Abbasi Review by: Momin Al Munshi This has to be my most challenging review as to date, and that doesn't even have...