When a movie has too many sequences that an editor can easily remove from the narrative, it clearly shows the lack of clarity in writing. Anoop Menon’s directorial venture, Padma, is a messed-up script that just doesn’t know how to treat its central conflict. With pointless humor bits, which they confidently released as teasers, exposing… Continue reading Padma

Twenty One Gms

If Twenty One Gms was released before Jeethu Joseph’s Memories, I would have called it an impressive attempt. But in the post-Memories space, Bibin Krishna’s thriller feels less surprising. The only thing that works in favor of this movie is the climax twist. But the film is so generic up to that point that it… Continue reading Twenty One Gms