Night Drive movie review: Vysakh's movie starring Anna Ben and Roshan Mathews, feels like a mismatch between two generations and two styles.
Pada movie review: Pada’s cinematic experience is enhanced by the layered performance of Vinayakan, Dileesh Pothan, Kunchacko Boban and Joju George.
Basil Joseph as the senseless Joymon is one of the best comedy characters written in the recent past.
Veyil movie review: Shane Nigam again portrays the role of a damaged hero with conviction. His omnipresent melancholic expression goes well with the many shades of his character Sidharth.
Aaraattu movie review: Mohanlal plays the character of Neyyatinkara Gopan, which is a mix of many of his past characters, convincingly.
Kallan D’Souza movie review: There are no humour elements, memorable moments or engaging factors in Kallan D’Souza other than the curiosity to know whether Asha and her child get a relief from the hands of Manoj.
As the plot is as minute as a grain of sand, the director's efforts to enlarge it into a feature length film make Archana 31 not out a tiring watch after a point.
After a long time, Mohanlal’s performance felt a bit more free and easy on the eyes.
Hridyam movie review: Pranav Mohanlal-Kalayani Priyadarshan-Darshana Rajendran star in a predictable film with romance at its heart.
Meppadiyan movie review: The movie gives Unni Mukundan enough scope to perform, but he fails to rise up to the challenge.
Super Sharanya movie review: A few narrative flourishes notwithstanding, the film tells the same love story all over again. It never explains its title either.
Comrade in America - CIA movie review: Dulquer Salmaan is directed by Amal Neerad.
Sakhavu movie review: Nivin Pauly manages to tickle the audience's funny bone with his humour in this film
1971 Beyond Borders movie review: This film is a half-baked portrayal of emotions and devastating consequences of a war.
The Great Father movie review: Mammootty plays a stylish man David Ninan who is out for revenge. The film deals with the difficult subject of paedophilia.
C/O Saira Banu movie review: Director Antony Sony's debut film packs some neat performances and enough surprises to keep the audience hooked to the story.
Veeram movie review: Even though this Kunal Kapoor-starrer film is based on the ballads, the director has not taken a serious poetical tone in the narration.
Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan described Kunal Kapoor's Veeram trailer as incredible.
Ezra movie review: The trouble with Malayalam films seems to be the stubbornness to look back at crypts of old movies instead of the cinema in the maker's mind. That this was a film with infinite possibilities is not a criticism but an expression of regret.
Munthirivallikal Thalirkkumbol movie review: Don't miss to watch this slice-of-life film unless theatres are on strike again.
Jomonte Suviseshangal movie review: The film narrates the uplifting journey of its title character, played by Dulquer Salmaan.
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