Iyer In Arabia Review | A Wasted Opportunity to Create a Pertinent Political Satire

In the current world politics, we can all see the dominance of extremism and how the typically neutral people have been inclined towards such extremist narratives. MA Nishad, with his new movie Iyer in Arabia, has plans to tap into that space and create a satire. But rather than the paper-cutting knowledge of the situation,… Continue reading Iyer In Arabia Review | A Wasted Opportunity to Create a Pertinent Political Satire

Philip’s Review | A Bitter-Sweet Feel-Good Family Drama That Needed a Bit More Fine-Tuning

Philip’s, directed by debutant Alfred Kurian Joseph, is a movie that comes from the same team that made the 2019 movie Helen. While Alfred served as a co-writer in that Mathukutty Xavier film, here, Mathukutty is in the role of the co-writer. Even though the roles have been swapped between the two, in terms of… Continue reading Philip’s Review | A Bitter-Sweet Feel-Good Family Drama That Needed a Bit More Fine-Tuning

Achan Oru Vazha Vechu Review | YOLO Hits Boomer in This Cinematic Catastrophe

In one of the scenes in Achan Oru Vazha Vechu (we will get back to the title later), we have an FM channel head talking about a hit program in their rival channel. And she says, look at the selection of their topics. Full of innovation and stuff. And guess what? The only thing we… Continue reading Achan Oru Vazha Vechu Review | YOLO Hits Boomer in This Cinematic Catastrophe

Oh My Darling Review | A Lackluster Teen Drama With an Amateur Script

Oh My Darling is a teen movie that tries to do too many things with its teenage sensibility and ends up being a bland creation that’s all over the place. Starring Anikha Surendran and Melvin G Babu as the lead pair, Oh My Darling is a movie that uses clichéd emotional scenes as an excuse… Continue reading Oh My Darling Review | A Lackluster Teen Drama With an Amateur Script

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

Dhamaka

If Omar Lulu had written a review for Badhaai Ho, he might say that the movie had ample scope to include sleazy, kinky humor and the director failed to utilize that and ended up making an emotional film. Dhamaka directed by Omar Lulu is one more celebration of sexual frustration. The most dangerous thing about… Continue reading Dhamaka