Missed a movie? Catch it on TV! Take your pick from our genre-rating table and see if it's on Netflix, Amazon, or your DTH service.

The White Tiger poster

Wogma rating: Even the keen, wait for it to come on TV/online

Quick review: Humour so dark, it's difficult to laugh. Morality so skewed, it’s difficult to appreciate as reality. Of course, people are evil. But the kind of evil attributed to the less-privileged reinforces a stereotype that I cannot stand by. Even in a movie.

(Available on Netflix)

Kaagaz poster

Wogma rating: Even the keen, wait for it to come on TV/online

Quick review: A walkthrough of what a man went through to prove that he is alive. Feels like interesting journal entries that strictly stick to the “what” without getting into the “why”.

(Available on Zee5)

Coolie No 1 poster

Wogma rating: Switch channels if it's on cable

Quick review: No, I hadn't expected anything else. Got exactly what I had signed up for and more on each count—worst kind of misogyny, cringy slapstick humour, horrifying ahemmm story-line.

Soul poster

Wogma rating: The keen must watch on screen; else TV/online

Quick review: Someone thought of putting questions about life, death and beyond in a light, fun movie—that in itself is incredible. And then you have lovely animation to make the experience even richer—enough to excuse the anti-climactic end.

(Available on Disney-Hotstar)

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