Malayalam movie reviews

Pokkiri Simon review - A film for Vijay Fans

Posted by Web Desk on September 23, 2017

The formula of making an entertainer had this idea of creating a lot of humor in the beginning and stuffing some social preach at the end to make it look like a relevant film. Pokkiri Simon from Jojo Antony which tells the story about a diehard f

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Parava Review: a feel good movie with a candid story

Posted by Web Desk on September 22, 2017

The promos had pigeon racing as its main agenda. But in reality pigeons are just an outlook of this movie that deals mainly with human emotions at its core. Soubin Shahirs visual sense of narration is the main attraction of this feel good cinema

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Matchbox Malayalam movie Review

Posted by Web Desk on September 16, 2017

A brittle script that tries to repeat the ever familiar love at first sight story; that is the new Malayalam movie Matchbox. It is a theme that needs a lot of improvisation and authenticity in pitching. But Sivaram Mony and his writers are not so

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Adam Joan review : A watchable thriller

Posted by Web Desk on September 2, 2017

The emotional arch and sensibilities of all the characters in Jinu Abrahams Adam Joan are understandable. That is possibly the one thing that makes this thriller a watchable one. Made as a thriller with emotional elements, Adam Joan has weak poin

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Pullikkaran Staraa review : a lackluster affair

Posted by Web Desk on September 2, 2017

When the story of the movie has no conflicts, it becomes difficult for us to identify its purpose. Pullikkaran Staraa, directed by 7th-day fame Shyamdhar is a movie that talks about the bachelorhood of 40+ guy who is a teacher trainer. With caric

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Njandukalude Naattil Oridavela Review: a soulful family movie

Posted by Web Desk on September 2, 2017

Creating a space through the characters and conveying something emotional is sometimes the purpose of a cinema and Njandukalude Naattil Oridavela directed by debutant Althaf Salim has done just that. Last year we had Anuraga Karikkin Vellam and N

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Velipadinte Pusthakam Review: a bland movie with poor script

Posted by Web Desk on September 1, 2017

When the combination of Lal Jose and Mohanlal happens for the first time, the expectation is to get an entertaining film with solid theme. The script of the film Velipadinte Pusthakam by Benny P Nayarambalam is the main negative of this movie. It

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Oru Visheshapetta BiriyaniKissa Review: It’s not that tasty

Posted by Web Desk on August 26, 2017

Oru Visheshapetta BiriyaniKissa looked like a really promising cinema in its promos and to be honest the initial portions of the movie would give you a hope that it would work. A story that focuses on the events that happen in a village named Vel

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Nawal Enna Jewel Review: a shoddy movie you can forget about

Posted by Web Desk on August 21, 2017

Renjilal Damodarans Nawal Enna Jewel is a mediocre movie that gets in to your nerves with its lack of quality. Even the drama written and performed by school kids had better realistic dialogues when compared to the ones we hear in this film. The

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Karutha Joodhan Review: outdated making is the killjoy here

Posted by Web Desk on August 20, 2017

Most of us might be only aware of the Jews in Kerala as a group located in Mattanchery. But in reality they were in other parts of this state too. And the new Salim Kumar directorial Karutha Joodhan is trying to explore one such story. The ne

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Bobby Review : It will test your patience and sense

Posted by Web Desk on August 19, 2017

The Tamil movies had this habit of being ridiculous in approaching to its stories. They will have bizarre stories built around plot points that make no real sense. Bobby, the new Malayalam film directed by Shebi is one similar film where they

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Honey Bee 2.5 Review: an inspirational film fails in every way

Posted by Web Desk on August 19, 2017

When you design a story without giving much emphasis to the core emotion, a movie like Honey Bee 2.5 is born. Described as the journey of a wannabe actor to fulfilling his dream, this movie isnt really showing us the real struggle of an actor

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E The Movie Review: a horror movie that offers nothing new

Posted by Web Desk on August 19, 2017

Finding variety is a really tough task in the genre of horror and the latest Kukku Surendran film E isn't any different. From being predictable in terms of the usage of scaring tactics there are numerous flaws or limitations to this horro

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Thrissivaperoor Kliptham review: making overcomes weak script

Posted by Web Desk on August 12, 2017

P S Rafeeq, who has written movies like Amen and Utopiayile Rajavu is the writer of the new film Thrissivaperoor Kliptham directed by Ratheish Kumar. His signature quirk in writing is evident in this film too. The screenplay that is highly depend

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Clint Review - It wont astonish as the real Clint

Posted by Web Desk on August 12, 2017

Edmund Thomas Clint stunned all in the past when he painted more than 25000 paintings at the age of 7 years. But the latest biopic Clint directed by Harikumar won't astonish you at all. A story immersed in unbearable melodramas and clich&

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Sarvopari Palakkaran Review - A shoddy movie

Posted by Web Desk on August 7, 2017

The Best film of 2017, that was what was written on the posters of Sarvopari Palakkaran. As someone who has watched most of the good films that got released this year, I can confidently say that Sarvopari Palakkaran is not even the last one i

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Varnyathil Aashanka review: realistic, exciting and engaging

Posted by Web Desk on August 5, 2017

Varnyathil Aashanka from Sidharth Bharathan is a localized heist movie that gives predominance to humor and satirical approach. Practical humor and peculiar characters are rich in this movie and it succeeds in being a good mix of realistic treatm

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Chunkzz Review: a fun movie for adults more than kids

Posted by Web Desk on August 5, 2017

Omar Lulu's second film after Happy Wedding, Chunkzz is a chunk of misogyny. If you felt that Happy Wedding was a fair enough fun film, this may also please you. But as someone who couldn't digest it's agenda, I have to say that it is

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Kadam Kadha review: an okay film with some good performances

Posted by Web Desk on July 29, 2017

The common man getting forced to do something dangerous and desperate after life problems forcing him is an idea that we have seen a lot of times in movies. Kadam Kadha from debutante Senthil Rajan is also exploring the same terrain. The theme is

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Team 5 Review : Really nothing in it

Posted by Web Desk on July 24, 2017

The Bangalore Days subplot about the past of Siva was an emotional one. What Team 5 is trying to achieve is the same emotion though an entire feature film. But the funny thing is that they made it an absurd one. With all the clichés on

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