Qalb Review | Gen Z Talks the Boomer Language in This Cringe-Fest Romeo and Juliet

Qalb, the third movie directed by Sajid Yahiya, is basically yet another adaptation of the classic Romeo and Juliet template. I can agree with the fact that romance can be extremely cheesy for those involved in it. But even cheesiness has that guilty pleasure relatability that makes those movies hits. But in the case of… Continue reading Qalb Review | Gen Z Talks the Boomer Language in This Cringe-Fest Romeo and Juliet

Neru Review | An Emotional Courtroom Drama With Convenient Twists and Turns

If you look at this year’s Onam release RDX, we all know that the scene that showed the villains hurting that baby had a significant role in making the viewer root for the heroes. If you take out that scene from that movie, it would have been a huge task for the makers to keep… Continue reading Neru Review | An Emotional Courtroom Drama With Convenient Twists and Turns

Bandra Review | A Terribly Written, Outdated Action Drama That Tests Your Patience

It is kind of ironic that at one point in the movie Bandra, the characters are speaking about the risk of the movie business and how a good story is the most essential thing about a good cinema. If they had applied that philosophy to this script by Udaykrishna, Ajith Vinayaka would have never agreed… Continue reading Bandra Review | A Terribly Written, Outdated Action Drama That Tests Your Patience

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

Kasargold Review | An Inconsistent Thriller With Familiar Twists

Directed by Mridul Nair, Kasargold aspires to be quirky and gory. But the problem is the narrative doesn’t have the flow to keep you excited about the content. Even when they reveal a twist in the tale, it has that familiar feel, or maybe you saw it coming. The backdrop of gold smuggling is indeed… Continue reading Kasargold Review | An Inconsistent Thriller With Familiar Twists

Voice of Sathyanathan Review | A Typical Raffi Flick With Glimpses of Vintage Dileep

I must admit that the teaser and trailer of the movie Voice of Sathyanathan were extremely underwhelming as they had the notions of the movie being outdated. But thanks to those promo materials that kept the expectations low, this Raffi film starring Dileep as the central character Sathyanathan felt much better than it made us… Continue reading Voice of Sathyanathan Review | A Typical Raffi Flick With Glimpses of Vintage Dileep

Monster Review | A Monstrous Debacle That Only Udaykrishna Will Find Different

I would say director Vysakh is a clever man in terms of making a film and promoting a film. In the promo material of the movie, he clearly stated that it is a different film for him and his writer Udaykrishna, which means you need to check the standard of their films before judging Monster.… Continue reading Monster Review | A Monstrous Debacle That Only Udaykrishna Will Find Different

Peace

Peace, the new dark comedy directed by Sanfeer, is a quirky experiment that is uneven yet very engaging. In the initial portions of the film, the narrative isn’t that smooth, and you feel a forceful effort to look cool. But once the triggering moment happens, it manages to grab the attention of the audience, and… Continue reading Peace