Gold Review | An Uneven Yet Engaging Comedy With Alphonse Puthren Signature Elements

The filmmaking process of Alphonse Puthren has always been described as peculiar by all his collaborators as he improvises a lot on the sets and delivers something beyond the script. Krishna Shankar and Sharaf U Dheen have said in interviews that Alphonse is terrible at narration, and his movie shapes up in the editing table.… Continue reading Gold Review | An Uneven Yet Engaging Comedy With Alphonse Puthren Signature Elements

Chathuram Review | An Interesting Character-Driven Drama That Fizzles in the Final Act

A woman who has lost everything deciding to use everyone who wants to exploit her to build an empire of her own is an idea that looks fascinating but is not necessarily novel. In the movie, the heroine herself admits that her story is shown in many old Malayalam films. But Chathuram uses the framework… Continue reading Chathuram Review | An Interesting Character-Driven Drama That Fizzles in the Final Act

Kooman Review | A Mixed-Bag Thriller With an Excellent Asif Ali

In Kooman, the latest thriller from director Jeethu Joseph, he somehow manages to crack a story that resembles a blend of his two big successes; Drishyam and Memories. Kooman has one track where the protagonist hides something he has done and then tries to solve a mystery behind a series of murders. Written by KR… Continue reading Kooman Review | A Mixed-Bag Thriller With an Excellent Asif Ali

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

Eesho

I am pretty sure every promotional material of the new SonyLIV movie Eesho will have one thing in common. There will be taglines similar to “if you have a daughter/ if you are a father, you should watch this film” There are movies that are made to utilize this good-intent sentiment of people. Eesho, directed… Continue reading Eesho

Sabaash Chandrabose

In the recent past, we have seen movies with thin plots working immensely as entertainers. The second movie from VC Abhilash after Aalorukkam, Sabaash Chandrabose, is a stretched comedy that works partially because of the setting. Set in the backdrop of the ’80s, this film starring Vishnu Unnikrishnan and Johny Antony is half-baked yet sporadically… Continue reading Sabaash Chandrabose