Neelakasham Pachakadal Chuvanna Bhoomi

Commercially appealing, partially intellectual and a narrative that’s quite refreshing. Sameer Thahir’s latest film Neelakasham Pachakadal Chuvanna Bhoomi is a film that should be acknowledged for its freshness in treatment. Within the frame of a road movie, they have conveyed the “self realization” idea in a convincing way. Kasi and Suni are close friends. Suni… Continue reading Neelakasham Pachakadal Chuvanna Bhoomi

Chennai Express

When it’s a Rohit Shetty film, you are not supposed to take your thinking caps to the theater. Chennai Express from Rohit Shetty and Shahrukh Khan is a perfect entertainer for this festive season. And compared to the slap stick comedy filmography of the commercially successful director, this one has some interesting varieties to surprise… Continue reading Chennai Express

Kadal Kadannu Oru Maathukutty

The movies Pranchiyettan and Indian Rupee where good satires that visualized the inferiority complex, ego and greediness of human beings in a very realistic way. When film maker Ranjith returns to the director’s chair with his new movie Kadal Kadannu Oru Maathukutty, what really missing is the freshness in content. Even though the maker manages… Continue reading Kadal Kadannu Oru Maathukutty

Ship Of Theseus

It’s not a content that tries to stamp any kind of ideology or perspective. Ship Of Theseus directed by Anand Gandhi is a 143 minutes long debate on the silver screen about the various aspects of the purpose of living. It’s an experience that is meant to enlighten you with its paradox and if you… Continue reading Ship Of Theseus

101 Chodyangal

With 101 Chodyangal, debutant director Sidharth Siva is exploring through the innocent mind of a lower class boy who has certain aspirations. Navigating through simple and complicated questions, movie manages to impress you with its realistic backdrop and that touching climax. But the too dramatic and heavy dialogs coming from such innocent hearts disturbs the… Continue reading 101 Chodyangal


After entering the industry with the John – Bipasha starrer erotic thriller Jism, director Amit Saxena is back with another film with erotica. This time with Nasha, he moves away from the thriller genre and concentrates more on the lusty emotions. With a very brittle story line and a leading lady who finds it difficult… Continue reading Nasha

The Wolverine

Apart from that stunning bullet train roof top fight where Logan fools the other guy, there is nothing really appealing there in this X Men episode; The Wolverine. The plot has that interesting shade of showing that emotional side of a comical super hero. But as the movie concludes, the overall output isn’t that satisfying.… Continue reading The Wolverine

Ramaiya Vastavaiya

Once upon a time there was brother and sister who loved each other very much. One day the girl meets a boy and they fell in love. The boy’s parents do not allow them to get married but the boy decides to fight against these objections and the story goes on. If you don’t have… Continue reading Ramaiya Vastavaiya