Malayalam movie reviews

Kuttanpillayude Sivarathri review: a complete package

Posted by Web Desk on May 20, 2018

Kuttanpillayude Sivarathri by Jean Markose has two narratives happening. You as a viewer would be excited to know how exactly will the movie merge these tow interestingly. Apart from that crucial merging zone, everything else in this fantasy

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Premasoothram review: it has the vibe of an engaging folklore

Posted by Web Desk on May 12, 2018

Directors who have managed to grab the milieu of rural Kerala have seemed to have gone from the popular filmography of Malayalam and then comes this man named Jiju Ashokan who manages to capture it effortlessly. After sleeper hit success Urum

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Naam movie review - a watchable campus flick

Posted by Web Desk on May 11, 2018

The new movie Naam directed by Joshy Thomas Pallickal is almost a remake of Happy Days. The movie that runs utilizing the nostalgia factor and campus life, has a message-driven conclusion inspired from a real-life incident. While the nostalgi

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Kaamuki review - strictly for the masala flick lovers

Posted by Web Desk on May 11, 2018

The Telugu film like the texture of Binu S last movie Style was a much-criticized element. With his new movie Kaamuki, he makes it more evident to the moviegoers that his interest is in addressing such wafer-thin plots with silliness and extr

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BTech Review: weak screenplay made this a clumsy one

Posted by Web Desk on May 6, 2018

VK Prakash's Nirnayakam was one movie that got extreme responses as it had a relevant issue getting addressed inside an untidy screenplay. The feeling BTech, the movie directed by Mridul Nair delivers is very similar to what Nirnayakam di

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Ee Ma Yau Review: this movie would leave you spellbound

Posted by Web Desk on May 4, 2018

The climax portions of Lijo Jose Pellisserys Ee Ma Yau are a surreal experience one should never miss from a theatre. It sort of makes you get immersed in the story telling making you feel the angst of the characters. Ee Ma Yau is talking abo

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Chanakyathanthram review: a crass one to sit through

Posted by Web Desk on May 4, 2018

There is a texture to almost every film that Kannan Thamarakkulam has done in his brief career as a film maker. If you are someone who was okay with that outdated and outlandish way of film making, his new movie Chanakyathanthram written by Dines

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Uncle review: way better than recent Mammootty flicks

Posted by Web Desk on April 28, 2018

Shutter written and directed by Joy Mathew was a thriller that took on the subject of pseudo morality very effectively. His latest script Uncle is also addressing the same issue. But the plot here is very diluted with political worshipping and ze

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Aravindante Athidhikal Review: A film that spreads happiness

Posted by Web Desk on April 28, 2018

Our hero is an epitome of goodness. An orphan who loves everyone, works hard, compassionate and he manages to win the heart of our heroine with all those traits. These are story elements we have seen in slightly old or typical movies. But directo

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Thobama movie review - A pleasing experience

Posted by Web Desk on April 27, 2018

Thobama comes under the production of new sensation Alphonse Puthren. This movie directed by Mohsin Kassim may feel like an easy breezy fun film from the looks of it, but the fact that it has managed to achieve something beyond that makes it

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Suvarna Purushan - a most bizarre level of film making

Posted by Web Desk on April 21, 2018

Suvarna Purushan is a movie that is quite easily an insult to the legendary actor Mohanlal as it has zero quality to it's credit. We have already witnessed a movie that used the name of the actor and said the excuse of being a fan film. A

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Aalorukkam review: a fine film with honest intentions

Posted by Web Desk on April 21, 2018

When you look at what the film is trying to address, the film Aalorukkam is a movie with honest intentions. It is a story that starts off as an elderly fathers journey to find his long lost son. But the movie shapes into a different league after

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Panchavarnathatha review - It will keep you occupied

Posted by Web Desk on April 17, 2018

There is an emphasis on positivity and light heartedness in every single talk we hear from stand up comedian turned director Ramesh Pisharody. The movie Panchavrnathatha which marks his debut as a film maker is highly dependent on such philosophi

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Mohanlal movie review - not even satisfying for a hard core fan

Posted by Web Desk on April 16, 2018

Being loud and eccentric was a style that we usually see in Tamil movies. Malayalam is an industry the predominantly gives focus to having content than packaging a movie with entertainment elements. The new Sajid Yahiya movie Mohanlal is abou

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Kammara Sambhavam - A Technically sound movie with crooked propaganda

Posted by Web Desk on April 16, 2018

Kammara Sambhavam is a black comedy targeting the current political scenario and the possible pattern of movies that come with the based on a true story label. The idea is pretty exciting. But when Murali Gopys script subtly tries to achieve

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Orayiram Kinakkal review: a film you won’t regret watching

Posted by Web Desk on April 6, 2018

The quick money making plans driven movies often end up being completely illogical or superficial after a point. The new film Orayiram Kinakkal directed by debutant Pramod Mohan is not such a film. It is a bit thin on the depth level, but the roo

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Parole review: predictable, clichéd and outmoded one

Posted by Web Desk on April 6, 2018

In the movie Parole, the main character Alex is like the best guy you can find in the world. He has sacrificed a lot for his own people and he is a communist. The sympathy one would feel for this particular character is the key factor in Parole b

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Swathanthriyam Ardharathriyil Review: something exciting

Posted by Web Desk on March 31, 2018

The movie Swathanthriyam Ardharathriyils positives are largely on the technical side of it. Tinu Pappachan, the long time associate of Lijo Jose Pellissery crafts the movie to be engaging even though the script he has got is not that desperate to

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Vikadakumaran review: outdated yet satisfactory one

Posted by Web Desk on March 29, 2018

There is an element of delivering justice to the needy at the end of Vikadakumaran which makes it a good enough story to be appreciated. It is not a great achievement in terms of the cinematic scope of movie making. But the ultimate agenda of the

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Kuttanadan Marpappa review: a humorous festive entertainer

Posted by Web Desk on March 29, 2018

Kuttanadan Marpappa has frequent dialogue humor that you sort of forget to get into the coherency of the content it is showcasing. It is that kind of a movie where you come out of the movie hall laughing and struggle to remember the jokes to whic

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