Siddhant Adlakha

Siddhant Adlakha is a critic and filmmaker from Mumbai, though he now lives in New York City. They're more similar than you'd think. Find him at @SiddhantAdlakha on Twitter

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‘Glass Onion’ Is the Fun Romp We All Need Right Now

But unfortunately, Netflix has decided you need to wait a month to watch

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‘Nanny’: Lukewarm Immigrant Horror With A Great Lead Performance

Anna Diop leads Nikyatu Jusu’s debut film, about a Senegalese woman navigating America

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‘Bad Axe’ Shares An Intimate Portrait of the Pandemic’s Racial Tensions

Cambodian Mexican American filmmaker David Siev tells his family’s story—albeit incompletely

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‘The Fabelmans’ is Steven Spielberg’s Mournful Autobiography

A gentle film about filmmaking—and about family

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‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ Forces Marvel to Take Death Seriously

The Afrofuturist sequel *almost* sticks the landing

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Déjà Vu: Five Bollywood Remakes You Can Stream

Enjoy a musical take on ‘Scarface,’ a ‘Godfather’ homage, an ‘Oldboy’ replica, and more

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‘Soft & Quiet’ Details White Supremacy at the Cost of its Victims

Beth de Araújo’s one-shot thriller is deeply uncomfortable

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‘Return to Seoul’ Captures the Corrosive Angst of Not Belonging

Davy Chou’s captivating French-Korean drama features a stunning debut performance

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‘Black Adam’ Is a Superhero Vanity Project, and Little Else

Dwayne Johnson’s long-gestating DC project should be sealed back in its tomb

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Artful Nature Doc ‘All That Breathes’ is a Piercing Depiction of Modern India

Shaunak Sen paints an intimate portrait of New Delhi’s birds and humans