Reviews

Reviews

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

Good Morning Karachi (Review): ‘A gourmet meal presented before the chef could complete it,’...

The film, directed by award winning Sabiha Sumar, promised an inside look into the glamorous world of the Pakistani fashion industry and the buzz generated by the trailer was huge. Personally for me, this film was even more special as it would bring my two

Na Maloom Afraad (Review): It is a clear winner and a complete entertainment package...

Movie Name: Na Maloom Afraad Release Date: 6 October 2014 Director: Nabeel Qureshi Review by:Zeeshan Mahmood with additional inputs by Momin Ali Munshi They came, they conquered. Yes, we...

O21 (Review): It is the farthest Pakistani Cinema has gone in ‘Brains’

The O21 gang; from the very first day, from the very first brush of the film with the media and headlines, has propagated it to be an intelligent film, a 'brainer', perhaps the Syriana of Pakistan film industry, and well, that is exactly what I was served with.

Sultanat (Review) : This three hours worth of torture should be avoided at all...

Movie Name:Sultanat Release Date: 29 July 2014 Director: Syed Faisal Bukhari Review by: Momin Ali Munshi Rating: 1/5 stars Ever since the film "Sultanat" has released, the general public...

Tamanna (Review): Watch it for Acting, Music and the Mansion says Aayan Mirza

Direction was where Steven Moore showed his real mettle since he also wrote the film. It was good, new and refreshing. A few bits that would look extremely ordinary in between the film, but

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....

Waar (Review): The highly stylised film has its own glitches but is a simple...

Waar is an intelligently worked out movie, but lacks heavily on the script side. One big plus of the movie is the fact that it hasn’t been made with the aim of teaching you something, it’s a commercial film with great action and a beautiful pattern which play’s its writer’s own perception about things happening in Pakistan. Nevertheless (Read More)

Zinda Bhaag (Review): Fil-lum set aay, Fil-lum hit aay and it might just win...

The directors did not spoon feed the conclusion rather ended it on an impactful note, leaving the cinemagoer to think about the seriousness of the situation. All in all this is one film you should not miss! (Read More)

Main Hoon Shahid Afridi (Review) : This soon to be blockbuster film is another...

The film may not be on the favorite list for critics but all I can say is that the audience (me included) loved the film and well this is exactly what Humayun Saeed wanted as he has on several occasions said, "I wanted to make a film (Read More)

Ishq Khuda( Review): Its a “Khuda Kay Liye” for the masses says Momin Ali...

Before I start the review let me say that Ishq Khuda is targeted towards a select audience and everyone will not like the film....