Tharangam

Tharangam from Dominic Arun is almost a tribute to the signature Priyadarshan films that we have seen in his prime years. Influenced heavily by the western film making this movie is a wacky variety that looks fresh and interesting even though it has flaws. With situations and characters having no caricature shade, Tharangam feels like …







Chef

Jon Favreau’s chef was a light hearted film that radiated a positive vibe even after being a template self discovering inspiring film. Staying close to the driving emotions of the film was the key thing that made Favreau’s Chef a hearty movie. When it comes to the Hindi version (Indian version would be the more …




Sherlock Toms

At the end of the film, the movie Sherlock Toms is trying to project its leading man as an intelligent enforcement officer. But the path the film has chosen is the awkward part here. Making an entire second half a rescue operation, this movie from Shafi struggles due to a fragile screenplay. The screenplay dangles …




Solo

Bejoy Nambiar is a director who has impressively utilized the visual language of movie making. His first Malayalam movie Solo, starring Dulquer Salmaan is an anthology that is based on four of the five Pancha Bhootas Air, Fire, Water and Earth. Bejoy is trying to showcase various aspects of being alone through various stories that …







Ramaleela

Ramaleela is the story of a politician who wants to come up clean in a criminal case that has been lodged against him. Just like the teaser and posters, there are numerous references in this movie that would make you wonder whether they are trying to infuse stuff that are beyond this movie in to …




Haseena Parkar

Haseena Parkar directed by Apoorva Lakhia is presented as a court room drama where we get to see the flash back of Haseena’s life as the prosecutor questions her in front of the judge. But the court arguments are pretty lame and the movie itself is this typical glorification of a negative persona and thus …