Theru Review | A Tidy Second Half Makes This Thriller a Passable One

Theru, the new film from SJ Sinu, is a thriller that starts off in a very usual way without much excitement. But the way the film shifts its manner in the second half and becomes a survival thriller holds your interest. With moral dilemmas of characters and an intense struggle of the central character to… Continue reading Theru Review | A Tidy Second Half Makes This Thriller a Passable One

Aaha

Seeing how the climax of the new Indrajith Sukumaran film Aaha focuses on the spirit of the tug of war sport, I really wished it had a better build-up in the first half. Directed and edited by debutante Bibin Paul Samuel, Aaha is definitely not a lazy product. But it somewhere felt like an overwritten… Continue reading Aaha

Yuvam

There was a time when the Shankar brand movies of vigilante justice used to work for the audience. Looking at the director’s off-late creations, we will feel that it is a genre that needs significant reinvention. Directed and co-produced by Pinku Peter, Yuvam is one utopian concept that doesn’t have any fleshing out happening in… Continue reading Yuvam