Saturday Night Review | This One Looks Like a Scrapped Draft of Zindagi NA Milegi Dobara

The core idea of the movie Saturday Night is built around an individual whose everything is connected to his friends. A person who considers his friend’s pain as his pain. And if you look at it, it becomes a relatable emotion as we all might have encountered one such individual. But sadly, this colorful entertainer… Continue reading Saturday Night Review | This One Looks Like a Scrapped Draft of Zindagi NA Milegi Dobara

Padavettu Review | A Well-Crafted Film Whose Politics Got Cramped

The way the story of Padavettu escalates from a man’s personal evolution to a tale about land politics is extremely abrupt. Liju Krishna’s first film is a well-crafted film that seems to lose its rhythm somewhere during its transition from the second act to the third act. With some interestingly written characters and memorable performances,… Continue reading Padavettu Review | A Well-Crafted Film Whose Politics Got Cramped

Mahaveeryar

Abrid Shine has always chosen themes that were unique for his movies. His new movie, Mahaveeryar, starring Nivin Pauly and Asif Ali, is a wacky fantasy that gets a satirical treatment with political layers. While it does hold your interest with its fantasy element and political statements, there is a sense of vagueness in some… Continue reading Mahaveeryar

Kanakam Kaamini Kalaham

Kanakam Kaamini Kalaham, directed by Ratheesh Balakrishnan Poduval, is that much-needed banter comedy we were missing in Malayalam. In the post corona OTT releases, almost every film released was thrillers set in confined places, and Ratheesh’s movie offers a genuinely hilarious experience through a concept that develops very fluently. With some stellar performances from Grace… Continue reading Kanakam Kaamini Kalaham