Doctor G Review | Anubhuti Kashyap’s Film Is an Emotionally Winning Comedy Package

The brand Ayushmann Khurrana is known for taking up themes that have some social stigma attached to them, and so far, he has managed to have an excellent record in maintaining that brand. Of late, the preachiness of the movies was somewhat of a problem. But with Doctor G, the brand hits the sweet spot,… Continue reading Doctor G Review | Anubhuti Kashyap’s Film Is an Emotionally Winning Comedy Package

Halloween Ends Review | A Middling Conclusion to a Franchise That Started off Impressively

Halloween Ends, the third and final installment in the Halloween franchise, is much superior to the chaotic predecessor released in 2021. And it even tries to analyze the characteristics that create a boogeyman to give the slasher genre a psychological perspective. While all those things give the movie a cinematic high, the excitement one would… Continue reading Halloween Ends Review | A Middling Conclusion to a Franchise That Started off Impressively

Vichitram Review | A Flawed Yet Appreciable Haunted House Thriller

Vichitram, directed by Achu Vijayan, is definitely following a template that is familiar to us. But it isn’t a movie that is devoid of craft. In every horror movie with a ghost, there will be a part that will show a detailed flashback about what happened. Even though there is a lack of clarity in… Continue reading Vichitram Review | A Flawed Yet Appreciable Haunted House Thriller

Varaal Review | Thamarakkulam’s Political Thriller Is Better off as a Lucifer Spoof

Kannan Thamarakkulam is a director who has maintained consistency in keeping his movies in that trashy space. Writer Anoop Menon has shown interest in that trashy terrain through his last two directorial ventures, Padma and King Fish. Varaal, the new Malayalam political thriller, marks the teaming up of these two talents, and barring the length… Continue reading Varaal Review | Thamarakkulam’s Political Thriller Is Better off as a Lucifer Spoof

Luckiest Girl Alive

Dramas about survivors of physical abuse mostly follow a specific approach to the central character. Mila Kunis starrer Luckiest Girl Alive manages to be a slightly different movie in that space as it analyzes the character from a really personal space. Although the blend of the fun side and the trauma around that character reduces… Continue reading Luckiest Girl Alive

Ini Utharam

There is a plan for writer Ranjith Unni to make his script look different from a usual revenge thriller in the latest Malayalam movie Ini Utharam. And for that, he decides to shuffle the placement of events in order to create intrigue. But the issue with Sudheesh Ramachandran’s film is that as it approaches the… Continue reading Ini Utharam

Rorschach

The exciting thing about Rorschach, the new film from Nissam Basheer starring Mammootty, is that it makes you believe that you have cracked the suspense very early. And it traverses beyond that prediction of ours in a non-jarring way. Written by Sameer Abdul, Rorschach is a brilliant blend of craft-rich making and detailed writing. With… Continue reading Rorschach

Maja Ma

In the recent past, Bollywood has made movies that represent the stories of characters belonging to the LGBTQIA+ community. Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan, Badhaai Do, etc., were some of the recent films that presented their romance in that vibrant ambiance. While those movies tried to penetrate the romantic comedy genre, Anand Tiwari is trying his… Continue reading Maja Ma