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Dear Movie Review: A Look at Missed Character Development

Arjun cherishes his eight hours of sleep dearly. He happens to be a light sleeper, easily roused by the faintest of noises. Conversely, his wife, Deepika, assured him on their first night together that she is a deep sleeper. However, as fate would have it, he discovers her tendency to snore that very night, abruptly …

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Kaa Movie

Kaa the Forest Movie review- Lost in the Pacing

In the realm of cinema, there exists a lineage of unintentionally comedic antagonists, and the latest addition to this quirky roster is Victor Mahadevan from “Kaa.” Portrayed by the makers as a formidable figure akin to Christopher from “Ratsasan,” Victor Mahadevan’s portrayal, however, leaves much to be desired. One particularly irksome choice by the filmmakers …

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Rebel Movie Review

Rebel Movie Review – Irresponsible Politics Drown Out in Generic Script

“Rebel,” the latest film starring GV Prakash Kumar, falls into the category of movies that take a rather irresponsible approach to their narrative. It seems the director’s understanding of Kerala remains superficial, evident in the way the drama unfolds. Kerala, while not exempt from discrimination, is not devoid of its share of biases. Instances of …

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joshua imai pol kaakha movie review

Joshua Imai Pol Kaakha Review: A Charming Enigma That Fails to Connect

When a renowned filmmaker unveils a new project, comparisons don’t just stop at other contemporary releases or previous works within the same genre. The scrutiny extends to the filmmaker’s entire body of work, assessing where the latest creation fits in the lineup. This dynamic plays both for and against “Joshua: Imai Pol Kaakha.” On one …

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Sathamindri Mutham Tha

Sathamindri Mutham Tha Review: Seduction Songs and Comical Dialogues Diminish Film Quality

In “Sathamindri Mutham Tha,” Vignesh (Srikanth) becomes entwined in a complex web of deception after rescuing Sandhya (Priyanka Timmesh) following an accident that leaves her with amnesia. Taking her into his home, Vignesh assumes the role of her husband, but soon it’s revealed that he is a dangerous fugitive wanted by the police. At first …

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Jayam Ravi and Keerthy Suresh star in "Siren," a middling action thriller that starts strong but stumbles with spoon-feeding and underdeveloped subplots.

Siren Review: A Promising Thriller Derailed by Clichés and Oversimplification

Jayam Ravi and Keerthy Suresh star in “Siren,” a middling action thriller that starts strong but stumbles with spoon-feeding and underdeveloped subplots. While the film holds initial promise with its intriguing premise of a paroled prisoner and a haunted inspector, it ultimately settles for predictable narratives and convenient writing. The story follows Thilagavarman (Ravi), released after …

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Lover Review

Lover Review: Manikandan Shines as Troubled Lead

Lover Review:Arun and Divya, a college couple, face challenges as their paths diverge. Divya thrives in her IT career, while Arun struggles with alcoholism and stalled dreams of opening a cafe. His insecurities and possessiveness strain their relationship, pushing Divya to her limit. This film tackles a rarely explored theme: the suffocating nature of controlling …

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lal salaam movie review

Lal Salaam Review: Rajinikanth Fails to Rescue a Dull, Simplistic, and Melodramatic Film

In “Lal Salaam,” Aishwaryaa Rajinikanth adeptly showcases her ability to create tender moments on screen, reminiscent of her debut film “3.” However, these delicate scenes often take a backseat to the film’s larger thematic concerns, echoing a similar pattern seen in her previous work. One particularly memorable moment involves Rajinikanth’s character, Moideen Bhai, engaging in …

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