Parmanu

John Abraham was the man who produced a solid movie named Madras Café and his director Shoojit Sircar made it such an authentic and well detailed fiction based on a true event. John comes again with a based on true story material and this time it is Parmanu, the story about the efforts that were …










Deadpool 2

Irreverent comedy presented in a fourth wall breaking narrative with r rated dialogues is what Deadpool as a franchise was supposed to be and Deadpool 2, the second installment in the franchise indeed provides that with some emotional bits (yeah! You heard it right) making it a superior one to the first part which was …




Raazi

The starting portions of Raazi made me feel like am I in for another glorified tale about patriotism? But luckily that wasn’t the case with Meghna Gulzar’s Raazi. Even though it started off with a patriotic theme, the struggle it ultimately shows us is the one fought by some people who weren’t officially acknowledged for …




Irumbu Thirai

The release of Irumbu Thirai getting delayed due to the strike that went on for a while in Tamil Nadu is really a blessing in disguise in my opinion. It was very recently that the whole world was exposed to the data breach from the end of world’s biggest social media platform Facebook. Irumbu Thirai …




Premasoothram

When Malayalam cinema got shifted from rural to urban stories there was a repetitive feel to most of the stories set in the village backdrop. There were textures and nuances in all those vintage movies which made us love the characters and landscapes. Premasoothram directed by Jiju Ashokan who made an impression with the movie …




Naam

Naam is almost like watching Happy Days, but in 2x speed. Director Joshy Thomas Pallickal is trying to capitalize on the nostalgia factor of the campus days here based on a real life incident. The nostalgia and campus memories work to an extent. But post that it’s usual and a little too ambitious. The idea …