Ocean’s 8

Well, who would have thought that an all-female cast spinoff would happen to a popular franchise like the Oceans series? Well, the times up and the new installment in the franchise, Ocean’s 8 is that entertaining fun movie with relatively less intrigue and more of fun due to the treatment it gets.  While the other …




Incredibles 2

The Incredibles was a fun film with that sarcastic bit in its treatment that sort of spoofed the then existed superhero genre. The rooted story of the movie which ultimately had the togetherness of family as its central idea was a consistently funny one with a breath of fresh air. Even though the new one …




Tik Tik Tik

Shakti Soundar Rajan seems to be influenced by Hollywood movies a lot and after a hugely disappointing Miruthan, a zombie thriller, he has come up with another genre familiar to Holly wood, space thriller titled Tik Tik Tik. We were all blown away by the visual quality of the movie’s trailer which made most of …




Abrahaminte Santhathikal

The kind of fun a movie like Abrahaminte Santhathikal provides is pretty much similar to what we felt while watching scriptwriter Haneef Adeni’s last work, The Great Father. For me, TGF was an over-stylized thriller that became watchable because of certain thriller elements which sort of made me forget the numerous moments that lacked conviction …




Race 3

First of all, let’s just acknowledge that Race as a franchise wasn’t a phenomenal one. The first two movies had bits which made me do the facepalm and occasionally it became unintentional comedies as well. Even though I wasn’t a fan of those films, I would definitely say they were watchable in a fun way. …




Njan Marykutty

Njan Marykutty from Ranjith Shankar Jayasurya team is more like an informative movie like Toilet Ek Prem Katha or Padman. The ultimate sentiment you have towards the movie is positive and that isn’t really because of the cinematic craft it shows, but mostly because of the subject it addresses. Just like how a superstar like …







Kaala

Kaala is not the typical Rajnikanth film like a Sivaji, Baasha or a Padayappa. Those of you who know the filmmaking style and motives of director Pa Ranjith would definitely know the aim and nature of the movie. On a cinematic level, Kaala is a refined version of Kabali. From Dalit politics to on the …