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Lilli Review: An unapologetic thriller that makes a strong impression

A film like this happens when the performances, atmosphere, and mood work together in perfect unison.

28 Sep 2018

Varathan Review: A blistering and immensely satisfying revenge thriller

Amal Neerad transplants the story of Sam Peckinpah's Straw Dogs (1971) to Kerala with most of the brutality removed but none of the tension

23 Sep 2018

Mangalyam Thanthunanena Review: A simple, and occasionally funny, family entertainer

This is a film that doesn't aim too high, and is content with being an homage to those yesteryear family films

21 Sep 2018

Oru Kuttanadan Blog Review: A tiresome exercise in superstar glorification

Though it does something fresh with its finale, this is another Malayalam film that continues the unhealthy trend of glorifying its lead star

17 Sep 2018

Padayottam Review: A fun gangster film devoid of dark moments

Rafeek Ibrahim's film is a non-stop laugh riot that ends with an unexpectedly hilarious twist that you never see coming

14 Sep 2018

Theevandi Review: A light-hearted satire on heavy-duty issues 

This Tovino Thomas-starrer breaks some rules and operates on its own rhythm, fully aware of its own absurdity

09 Sep 2018

Ranam Review: A flawed but technically astounding film

Anyone expecting to see in the film the same rhythm they got from the trailers might get a little disappointed, but this is one that needs to be seen on the big screen

07 Sep 2018

Neeli Review: A cringe-inducing borefest

A regressive and outdated horrory mystery with an awkward and plodding narrative

12 Aug 2018

Iblis Review: A bold, colourful and whimsical tale

Told in a non-linear format, the film explores familiar themes such as love, mortality, separation and loss in a fantastical way

03 Aug 2018

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