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15 Oct 2017
Victoria & Abdul makes you travel with the characters through the years.
14 Oct 2017
Based on Stephen Leather’s novel, The Chinaman, the film is a political thriller with a complicated revenge story.
Kataka, which is set around the practice of black magic with doses of horror and drama thrown in, is an honest attempt from Ravi Basrur
For a tale that delves deep into the human psyche, Kaattu has a narrative style that is hugely dependant on visuals.
Director Sattwik Mohanty treats his audience with low-IQ, physiologically challenged characters. In this quirk-of-fate film, they are supposed to ignite the humour factor.
13 Oct 2017
"Victoria & Abdul" has a beautiful heart and body. It feels and looks fetching. It is a work born out of sincere feelings and therefore, worthy of the respect that it so flippantly solicits.
Thirty minutes into Gireesh Mano's Lava Kusha, you are reminded of the hit formula that reigned in the 90ies.
12 Oct 2017
The core theme is the five protagonists' search for space to play their Sunday football game, an event that centralizes their scattered lives.
07 Oct 2017
Huliraya by Aravind Kaushik is another experimental attempt from him, whose earlier movies were Nam Areaalli Ondhu Dina and Tughlak.
Life after your children move out for a couple in their 50s can get quite challenging.
Vishnu (Bharat Margani) and Veda (Srushti Dange) grow up together at the former’s house.
Cinematically, the film is an artist's treat. Every frame is exquisite. The hazy screen and the arid landscapes tell us the world has been drained of its richness.
06 Oct 2017
Chef is a culinary delight-warm tender, inviting and appetizing-served up in a dainty dish with a dash of debonair but played-down posturing, like a masterchef who is shy to show off his skills.
Solo’s fourth and final segment, World of Rudra, has the most outlandish twist I’ve seen this year. It ought to qualify as this year’s most ingenius comedy track, or its biggest plot miscalculation.
Debutant Dominic Arun’s Tharangam begins on a very quirky note wherein we are introduced to God, played by Dileesh Pothan, engaged in a conversation with the infamous thief, Kallan Pavithran.
01 Oct 2017
Darshan, no doubt the darling of the masses, but there is no denying his talent in acting. With Tarak, he takes a step away from his ‘mass’ films and a step closer to ‘class’ audiences.
A movie like Tharangam needs courage and Dominic Arun, his crew, and the producers need to be appreciated for taking the risk.
Karuppan seems to be made almost with the same sort of languor that you imagine village life to be. Fair enough, the film’s about a family in the village, after all.
Judwaa 2 proves that rolling materials of a different kind and getting down to write is way better than rolling back the years and rehashing.
Mahanubhavudu has laugh-out-loud moments but it doesn’t come any closer to Maruthi's previous flick, Bhale Bhale Magadivoy.
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