Cinderella and the Secret Prince (2018)

When I started to watch this animation, I didn’t have that much high hope. I thought it was just another nonsense story and the animation would be just fine because it wasn’t from Disney, DreamWorks or such American big animation companies. But within five minutes, I realised that I was wrong. This animation is a remake version of the famous Cinderella story. But it’s really … Continue reading Cinderella and the Secret Prince (2018)

Dora and the Lost City of Gold (2019)

Childhood television shows hold a special place in our hearts, bringing us back to the days where adventure lied in every episode. Eager minds waited for the next episode to come, fooling ourselves that something different was going to happen to our hero and push them to the edge, only until we realized it was predictably the same ending. So movies that come out to … Continue reading Dora and the Lost City of Gold (2019)

Anna (2019)

Film’s basically Salt / Red Sparrow mixed together in various ways which could in a way sound interesting except the film decides to show you too much, which has it dragging on with too many flashback sequences that last too long and ultimately make the film feel boring. This is a particular problem because it spends so much time establishing the characters past over…and over, … Continue reading Anna (2019)

Unda (2019)

Before I get to the stunning details that make ‘Unda’ a wholesome entertainer, I would like to appreciate the choice of storyline that director Khalid Rahman decided to base his second film on. ‘Unda’ is vastly different from his first film (‘Anuraga Karikkin Vellam’), and in my opinion, several notches above it in terms of storytelling. Khalid (supported by screenwriter Harshad) sets his story in … Continue reading Unda (2019)

Jackpot (2019)

Suriya’s 2D Entertainment produces this film that is written and directed by Kalyan. The storyline of the film is supposed to be amusing but the script and the screenplay suggests otherwise. The intention is in total contrast to what’s happening on the screen. And if that’s not enough you have another story meandering aimlessly within this story that has no bearing to the main plot. … Continue reading Jackpot (2019)