Aanaparambile World Cup Review | A Decent Kids Film With the Usual Underdog Template

Aanaparambile World Cup from debutant Nikhil Premraj isn’t trying anything astounding on a script level, as the story here is a very basic underdog tale that we all are familiar with. But the story’s setting is endearing as it features kids in prominent roles. With an okay story that covers the love for football among… Continue reading Aanaparambile World Cup Review | A Decent Kids Film With the Usual Underdog Template

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

Tsunami

Tsunami, the new movie directed by Lal and his son Jean-Paul Lal aka Lal Jr., seems like a film they did just because they wanted to be on a film set. Off late, the movies that Lal wrote felt more like a series of skit jokes in stories that are wafer-thin. And Tsunami is no… Continue reading Tsunami

Operation Java

I will not say that Operation Java from debutant Tharun Moorthy is a flawless and unpredictable movie. But the film for me was thoroughly engaging. Despite not having the conventional start-middle-end structure, this investigation journey was a compelling watch. With the design it followed, I was expecting the movie to hit a roadblock at some… Continue reading Operation Java