Thundu Review | Biju Menon Starrer Is a Passable Comedy With a Wobbly Second Half

The central idea around which the movie Thundu is made is actually quite sensible. It basically wants to understand a man who always ends up in trouble and never really has the courage to take up the challenge. But the structuring of the screenplay of this movie, directed by Riyas Shareef, fumbles considerably in the… Continue reading Thundu Review | Biju Menon Starrer Is a Passable Comedy With a Wobbly Second Half

Garudan Review | An Exciting Theme With a Half-Baked Generic Script

Garudan, the new Suresh Gopi – Biju Menon starrer directed by debutant Arun Varma and scripted by Midhun Manuel Thomas, has an exciting central conflict. But the problem is with the writing that needs more patience to establish something firmly. The film is built around a rape case where the accused later decides to get… Continue reading Garudan Review | An Exciting Theme With a Half-Baked Generic Script

Thankam Review | A Compelling Crime Drama That Fumbles in the Final Act

What made the movie Thondimuthalum Driksakshiyum special, a film in which Syam Pushkaran served as a creative director, was how the thief character left a sort of pain in our hearts as we discovered him only towards the end of the film. This idea of empathizing with someone who is a bit of a crook… Continue reading Thankam Review | A Compelling Crime Drama That Fumbles in the Final Act

Naalam Mura Review | A Lame Thriller That Tests Your Patience With Its Lazy Writing

During the promotion of the film Naalam Mura, the makers claimed that it is called Naalam Mura because the movie explores the psychological side of an investigation. But by the time the movie reaches its climax and shows the audience what really happened, you would wonder why such a simple case was so much of… Continue reading Naalam Mura Review | A Lame Thriller That Tests Your Patience With Its Lazy Writing

Aarkkariyam

Sanu John Varghese, who has helmed the cinematography of several finely crafted mainstream movies, has made his debut film as a director based on extremely humane elements. Aarkkariyam, starring Biju Menon, Sharafudheen, and Parvathy Thiruvothu, takes its own sweet time to establish its agenda. In fact, it is pretty much in the climax we fully… Continue reading Aarkkariyam

41

41 directed by Laljose is actually an attempt to show how an atheist became a believer when he went through certain life events. But the problem is with the screenplay that wants to mock a lot of things along the way. There is nothing wrong with mocking the double standards of political parties. Someone like… Continue reading 41