The one question that sparked heated debate on social media before the release of the movie Kurup was that whether the film would end up glorifying the notorious criminal who mercilessly killed a common man for his own gain. Well, what you get to see in the movie is some clever tactics by the makers… Continue reading Kurup


There is no point in preaching to the viewer after torturing them for almost 2 hours in the darkness of the theater. Star, the first official theater release in Malayalam after the six months break, is a movie that wants to talk about a sensitive issue. But the making is so bad that you are… Continue reading Star

Thinkalazhcha Nishchayam

Thinkalazhcha Nishchayam, directed by Senna Hegde, is an absolute laugh riot with fabulous layers of politics. Senna Hegde and cinematographer Sreeraj Raveendran use the premise of a wedding to making a satire that mocks the patriarchal system brutally and hilariously. With admirable minimalism and an astonishing cast, this one-day black comedy is a brilliantly made… Continue reading Thinkalazhcha Nishchayam


Creating content during the pandemic has been the new challenge for filmmakers in the last couple of years, and we have seen too many single-location thrillers and dramas in this phase. Erida, the new movie from director VK Prakash scripted by his frequent collaborator YV Rajesh is one more to that list of movies, and… Continue reading Erida


If someone says that anyone can make a terrific film with a solid script, I will disagree with them and will show Bhramam as an example. This official remake of the Sriram Raghavan black comedy Andhadhun is very much the same in terms of the written content. But what made it underwhelming for me was… Continue reading Bhramam


Sunny, the new collaboration of Ranjith Sankar and Jayasurya, is a movie that tries to depict the idea of hope and a fresh start. It is set in the Covid 19 reality, and the theme feels very apt for the times we are living in. Towards the end of the film, Sunny is picking up… Continue reading Sunny


The fragility of the human mind and those grey areas of the moral dilemma have always produced interesting content with some peculiar characters. Kaanekkaane, the second directorial of Manu Ashokan after Uyare taps into those areas. Manu’s second collaboration with writer duo Bobby and Sanjay is a much more refined drama that focuses on the… Continue reading Kaanekkaane


Pidikittapulli, the new Sunny Wayne movie directed by Jishnu Sreekandan, comes when all of us complain about the lack of a good humor-oriented movie that can lighten and brighten the mood. But seeing this horrendously lousy film made from a script that doesn’t seem to have gone for a second draft, you might reconsider withdrawing… Continue reading Pidikittapulli