Malayalam Review

Thirimali, On Manorama Max, Leaves Behind A Promising Premise Frostbitten In The Himalayas

Thirimali is another one of those movies that struggle to maintain the energy of its earlier portions the moment it…

Archana 31 Not Out Review: Moments Of Sparkling Filmmaking In An Otherwise Bloated Comedy

With the film's devotion for all things quirky which borders on obsession, we’re missing out on a lovely lead character

21 Grams Movie Review: A Clunky Investigative Thriller Redeemed Partly By A Killer Climax

With first-draft like scenes and lines, 21 Grams needed to protect its twist with much better writing and performances

SonyLIV’s Salute Is A Middling Procedural Drama That Fails To Do Justice To Its Premise

One part of the film remains interesting because it’s about a faceless, nameless criminal who needs to be found. Yet…

Oruthee Movie Review: A Mostly Engaging Underdog Drama Elevated By Its Lead Actors

Oruthee repurposes the biggest action movie cliche to set up a David versus Goliath battle where the pursuit isn’t merely…

Pada Movie Review: A Tense Political Thriller With The Temperament Of A Heist Film

With the deftness in treatment and a set of great performances in totality, Pada tells the story of a movement…

Naradan Movie Review: An Odd, Confused Drama That Abandons The Newsroom For The Courtroom

From the daily grind and the nights spent forgetting the days at the Press Club bar, to the pathetic day-to-day…

Bheeshma Parvam Movie Review: A Flat But Gorgeous Offspring Of The Mahabharata And The Godfather

Although there are many aspects which contribute generously to make Bheeshma Parvam look like a stunner, it’s Bheeshma’s myth that…

Veyil Is A Messy, But Moving Drama On Brothers/Brotherhood

The film’s dream-quality makes Veyil both a difficult and a special film to experience

Aaraattu Movie Review: A Broken Mixed-Tape Of Mohanlal’s Greatest Hits

There’s nothing novel about ‘Aaraattu’ expect for the self-referential comedy and Mohanlal’s unhinged performance

Freedom Fight Movie Review: Finally, A Consistently Engaging Anthology Where The Sum Is As Good As Its Parts

These individual stories reflect generations of societal conditioning dealing with injustices like sexism, inequality, neglect and casteism, albeit with varying…

Super Sharanya Movie Review: Super Pleasant, Immensely Watchable, Also A Tad Pointless

‘Super Sharanya’ falls in that sweet spot where the female characters are neither accessories to support men nor are their…