Breathe: Into the Shadows – Season 2 Review | Apart From Naveen Kasturia, Everything Else About This Thriller Is Forgettable

The thing with the second season of Breathe: Into the Shadows is the way it underestimates the audience to be okay with its routine nature. The Abhishek Bachchan starrer series that has a central character with a split personality disorder is a dull package that tries to have the attire of a compelling thriller through… Continue reading Breathe: Into the Shadows – Season 2 Review | Apart From Naveen Kasturia, Everything Else About This Thriller Is Forgettable

Chathuram Review | An Interesting Character-Driven Drama That Fizzles in the Final Act

A woman who has lost everything deciding to use everyone who wants to exploit her to build an empire of her own is an idea that looks fascinating but is not necessarily novel. In the movie, the heroine herself admits that her story is shown in many old Malayalam films. But Chathuram uses the framework… Continue reading Chathuram Review | An Interesting Character-Driven Drama That Fizzles in the Final Act

Kooman Review | A Mixed-Bag Thriller With an Excellent Asif Ali

In Kooman, the latest thriller from director Jeethu Joseph, he somehow manages to crack a story that resembles a blend of his two big successes; Drishyam and Memories. Kooman has one track where the protagonist hides something he has done and then tries to solve a mystery behind a series of murders. Written by KR… Continue reading Kooman Review | A Mixed-Bag Thriller With an Excellent Asif Ali

Saturday Night Review | This One Looks Like a Scrapped Draft of Zindagi NA Milegi Dobara

The core idea of the movie Saturday Night is built around an individual whose everything is connected to his friends. A person who considers his friend’s pain as his pain. And if you look at it, it becomes a relatable emotion as we all might have encountered one such individual. But sadly, this colorful entertainer… Continue reading Saturday Night Review | This One Looks Like a Scrapped Draft of Zindagi NA Milegi Dobara

The Good Nurse Review | An Absorbing Crime Drama With Brilliant Performances

The Good Nurse is based on the real-life story of a serial killer named Charles Cullen. The movie, directed by Tobias Lindholm, has the limitation that they don’t have any massive suspense as the story is out in public. The screenplay by Krysty Wilson-Cairns approaches the story from the perspective of a single mother nurse… Continue reading The Good Nurse Review | An Absorbing Crime Drama With Brilliant Performances

Autorickshawkarante Bharya Review | A Heavily Cliched Drama With Outdated Cinematic Sensibility

Autorickshawkarante Bharya, which marks the debut of writer M Mukundan as a scriptwriter, is a mediocre movie with outdated sensibilities. With the kind of writing that has stereotypical characters and cheesy plot points, Autorickshawkarante Bharya almost becomes a time travel experience as every formula they have applied was last seen nearly 10 or 20 years… Continue reading Autorickshawkarante Bharya Review | A Heavily Cliched Drama With Outdated Cinematic Sensibility

Kumari Review | An Exhausting Fantasy With Exquisite Production Quality

Kumari, the second movie from Nirmal Sahadev, is a fantasy that fails to tell the story in a captivating way. The production quality of the film is genuinely excellent. But the storytelling feels very basic, and the lack of zest in its narrative makes it so exhausting that you won’t feel like appreciating it for… Continue reading Kumari Review | An Exhausting Fantasy With Exquisite Production Quality

Jaya Jaya Jaya Jaya Hey Review | A Hilarious Marriage Drama That Packs a Punch

Jaya Jaya Jaya Jaya Hey is not the kind of political film that is going to have The Great Indian Kitchen kind of impact on you. Vipin Das’ film is a hilarious drama about the inequalities in a marriage that works mainly as an escapist fun film for women who are tired of explaining themselves.… Continue reading Jaya Jaya Jaya Jaya Hey Review | A Hilarious Marriage Drama That Packs a Punch