Forensic (2020)

Forensic – A Gripping thriller yet feels dry. Cinematography is smooth and goes with flow of the narration, editing is crisp but nothing special, art and production design looks sophisticated. Action scenes are choreographed neatly. There is no forced songs and are of average and forgettable, like one of my friend suggested ever since Raatchasan released it has become mandatory to use loud and dramatic … Continue reading Forensic (2020)

Varane Avashyamund (2020)

Varane Avashyamund comes packed with all the elements required for the quintessential feel-good flick. With no pathbreaking storyline and twists to boast of, what keeps Varane Avashyamund an engrossing 140-minute watch are the performances from the ensemble, often rising above the commonplace nature of the script. Don’t get me wrong – Anoop Sathyan’s writing does offer some great situational laughs (at times, the way his … Continue reading Varane Avashyamund (2020)

Vikruthi (2019)

“Vikruthi” Malayalam movie. Based on the true, but unfortunate incident, that occurred on Kochi Metro train. Eldho is a speech challenged personal, living with his speech challenged wife, his daughter and son. After his daughter’s critical illness and hospital admission, he was quite sleep deprived and unwittingly slept off in the Metro train. Sameer, a Dubai returned NRI, a camera-trigger happy, social media activist, clicks … Continue reading Vikruthi (2019)

Anjaam Pathiraa (2020)

This is definitely a worth watching murder mystery thriller. The thrilling tone is maintained right from the beginning till the end. At first, some initial scenes may give an impression that the movie would become goofy as it progresses. But it doesn’t. It maintains the amount of seriousness and logic one expects out of such movies. There is absolutely no digression from the main story. … Continue reading Anjaam Pathiraa (2020)