Djinn Review | An Inconsistent Screenplay Limits This Drama From Reaching the Full Potential

SPOILER ALERT! In the promotional material the makers of Djinn have released, they haven’t really revealed too much about the plot; hence, some of the things in this review can be spoilers. When you see that emotional end to the movie Djinn, you will get the germ of the idea that made Siddharth Bharathan move… Continue reading Djinn Review | An Inconsistent Screenplay Limits This Drama From Reaching the Full Potential

Roy Review | A Hastily Concluded Inert Thriller

Sunil Ibrahim is a filmmaker whose movies always look interesting on a thematic level but never get a fulfilling result when they are made. His new movie Roy is yet another thriller with mysteries. But the dullness in the narrative and the forced staging of sequences make it not at all compelling, and looking at… Continue reading Roy Review | A Hastily Concluded Inert Thriller

Kumari Review | An Exhausting Fantasy With Exquisite Production Quality

Kumari, the second movie from Nirmal Sahadev, is a fantasy that fails to tell the story in a captivating way. The production quality of the film is genuinely excellent. But the storytelling feels very basic, and the lack of zest in its narrative makes it so exhausting that you won’t feel like appreciating it for… Continue reading Kumari Review | An Exhausting Fantasy With Exquisite Production Quality

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

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

Adithattu

Adithattu might not be this mind-blowingly unique experience. But it is a thriller that manages to do a lot of things that will impress you immensely as a cinephile. Jijo Anthony, who was going after formulaic commercial entertainers after an impressive debut with Konthayum Poonoolum, grabs the control back to his hands entirely and delivers… Continue reading Adithattu