The Great Wall (6.5/10):
Amazing scale and incredible effects mixed with a decent story and average characters. The second half drags a bit. But watch this if you want to see a spectacle on your screen.
Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (7.75/10):
Wow! Take a bow Farhan Akhtar! This movie is overall a very affecting tale told over several decades and with a strong throughline. The most standout thing for me Farhan's acting and how he wins you over with the portrayal. I was not too fond of the scenes in the past, as I don't like to see tragedy onscreen, but it was still well done. A little bit of trimming here and there and this could have been an even greater movie.
Tiger Zinda Hai (5/10):
A very average movie where nothing is particularly good. If you understand what sort of movie this is before watching then you can enjoy yourself. What sort of movie is this? The sort where "Tiger Zinda Hai" is repeated 5 times onscreen in the most dramatic fashion.
Black Panther (7/10):
If you look through the hype and buzz, you will see a fairly standard MCU movie with some flourishes here and there. The best part of the movie for me was when it ventured out of Wakanda, and I loved that car chase scene. When it got back it told a fairly standard story, the likes of which we have seen several times. The land of Wakanda itself is beautifully designed and shot very well. The disappointment for me came with the lead actor, who wasn't bad but also not very good, outshined by the villain and the girl playing his sister (who was freaking awesome!). I also disked the accent he chose, as it made understanding him difficult and took some getting used to. But overall it is good and entertaining for pretty much everyone, with some good politics also making it heftier than the average MCU movie.