Malayalam movie reviews

Marconi Mathai Review: a movie which is tough to sit through

Posted by Web Desk on July 13, 2019

Marconi Mathai from Sanil Kalathil will give you a clear idea about how bizarre a movie will look if it doesnt demand a particular kind of treatment that the director is trying to forcefully include. Its a movie that tries to stretch an extre

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Sathyam Paranja Visawsikkuvo Review: a good social satire

Posted by Web Desk on July 13, 2019

Sajeev Pazhoors second script, Sathyam Paranja Visawsikkuvo directed by G Prajith is an interesting social satire. The movie has two tones. One is the personal journey of its hero Suni and the other is the satiric take on societal behavior. W

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Shubharathri Review: an excessively melodramatic one

Posted by Web Desk on July 6, 2019

If you belong to that category of viewers who just wants a message in the film, then the new movie Shubharathri from director Vysan KP may work for you. But if you have any regard for things like nuance and craft, then this movie can annoy to

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Pathinettam Padi Review: half-baked yet visually enticing

Posted by Web Desk on July 5, 2019

The randomness one can sense in the new movie Pathinettam Padi, directed by Shankar Ramakrishnan is its major disadvantage. Within its huge runtime of roughly two hours and forty minutes, it is trying to address multiple issues in the education s

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Evidey Review: predictable, melodramatic and preachy

Posted by Web Desk on July 5, 2019

The story-credit of the new movie Evidey is given to the fabulous writer duo Bobby and Sanjay. Bobby and Sanjay have admitted that they will sit and write a script if the idea sort of excites them frequently. After watching the KK Rajeev dire

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Luca Review: a movie with an idea that needed better writing

Posted by Web Desk on June 28, 2019

On paper, the new Arun Bose movie Luca is a very compelling thriller. It has an exciting structuring of three different narratives. But the pacing and the plotting of this movie is problematic. The charm this movie deserved was not there in t

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Kakshi Amminippilla Review: a no-nonsense smart satire

Posted by Web Desk on June 28, 2019

Much like the Eid hit Thamaasha, the new Asif Ali movie Kakshi Amminippilla is a social satire about the stereotypical concepts of the society about things like beauty, marriage, etc. The movie has body shaming as one of its issues, but the u

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And The Oskar Goes To Review: a watchable movie

Posted by Web Desk on June 21, 2019

The trailer of the movie And The Oskar Goes To was an extremely disappointing one. But if your expectations are pretty low seeing that trailer, this movie may surprise you by being much better than it seemed to be. The movie is not devoid of

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Unda Review: it will make you think about the comfort you enjoy

Posted by Web Desk on June 14, 2019

Khalid Rahmans new movie Undas promos had striking thematic resemblances with the Hindi movie Newton. But Khalid Rahman and writer Harshad make this movie look like a better adaptation in terms of content covered and the approach here is very

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My Great Grandfather Review: a sloppy comedy drama

Posted by Web Desk on June 8, 2019

It is really a sad thing to see an actor like Jayaram having no plans to evolve according to the times. His new movie My Great Grandfather with director Aneesh Anwar is a poorly written sloppy comedy that just tries to repeat the humor bits t

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Virus Review: a brilliant real-life based thriller

Posted by Web Desk on June 7, 2019

Focusing on the correct aspect of a real-life event has a lot to do with the success of films that are based on such events. The writers of the new Aashiq Abu movie Virus have managed to find that sweet spot and the movie Virus is an engaging

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Thamaasha Review: very much delightful and relatable

Posted by Web Desk on June 6, 2019

Finding the real beauty in a human being is always a philosophy that people rarely applies in real life. The wonderful new comedy by director Ashraf Hamza, Thamaasha is one hilarious comedy that portrays this concept in the sweetest and warme

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Children’s Park Review: a forgettable film nothing special in it

Posted by Web Desk on June 6, 2019

When you watch the new Shafi movie Children's Park, you will find yourself giggling for laughs. But if you ask me whether you will remember any of the jokes for which you laughed inside the theater when you come out of this movie, I would say

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Thottappan Review: this will stay with you for some time

Posted by Web Desk on June 6, 2019

The new Shanavas Bavakkutty movie Thottappan scripted by PS Rafeeq is an immersive portrayal of real care. The movie shows us the love of people who are sort of considered as unlikable. The script of this movie is a good example of how to use

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Oronnonnara Pranayakadha Review: horrible experience

Posted by Web Desk on May 25, 2019

Oronnonnara Pranayakadha is a very unique and horrible experience for its viewers. We are put through an entirely mediocre second half and just when we are about the burn the screens, the director reveals suspense and says all that you saw ti

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Jeem Boom Bhaa Review: A comedy movie that won’t annoy you

Posted by Web Desk on May 25, 2019

If you are someone who likes wacky comedies like Orayiram Kinakkalal, Padayottam, etc. then the movie Jeem Boom Bhaa wont really annoy you. The film hasnt succeeded in reaching the level of entertainment those two films provided and thus it i

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The Gambler Review: highly disappointing

Posted by Web Desk on May 25, 2019

The Gambler, directed by Tom Emmatty is one big fraud way of using cinema for product placement. We have seen endorsements of products in various films but The Gambler is one horrible movie that has done the marketing within the film in the w

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Ishq Review: a peculiar thriller you shouldn’t miss

Posted by Web Desk on May 18, 2019

We have seen a lot of movies in the recent past in which the moral policing was a part of the narrative. Debutant director Anuraj Manohars Ishq is a movie that lingers around this subject but what the script has on offer here is something tha

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Kuttimama Review: a cinematic equivalent of confusion

Posted by Web Desk on May 18, 2019

Seeing veteran directors muddle in mediocrity is a really hard thing to witness. With his new movie Kuttimama, VM Vinu is going through that patch of his career. The director who made formulaic hits like Balettan and Vesham has no intent here

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Prakashante Metro Review: a forgettable experience

Posted by Web Desk on May 5, 2019

Prakashante Metro grabbed everyone's attention recently when it was revealed that it was directed by a female director and the stills of she herself putting up the posters also had a positive impact. But the sad part here is that the movi

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