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Malayalam Movie Reviews
1 by Two Review
2.3 rating

I wouldn't really blame the viewer for feeling stranded while watching Arun Kumar Aravind's '1 by Two'. What starts off as a psychological thriller with immense potential winds itself up in loops and loops of complexities until it becomes almost impossible to untangle itself from the knots that threaten to strangle the very last bit of thrill out of it.
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Polytechnic Review
2.0 rating

Kunchacko Boban plays Poly in M Padmkumar's 'Polytechnic' which aspires to be rollicking entertainer set on a politically charged milieu, but ends up nothing of the sort. Riddled with done to death scenarios, 'Polytechnic' might be considered as a nontoxic film that neither excites you with its brightness nor nauseates you with offensiveness of any sort.
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7th Day Review
2.5 rating

Syam Dhar's directorial debut '7th Day' is arresting and clever for the most part, though it could have been a drum tight thriller had it covered up the potholes in its script. As such the gut punches that it delivers are quite powerful and the twists and turns tempting.
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Ring Master Review
2.0 rating

Rafi plays the perfect Ring Master in his latest film and expects us to jump like puppies through the dreary loop rings in his script. Any which way you look at it, you fail to unearth the enthusiasm that should have made the acrobatics easier on your muscles.
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Gangster Review
2.0 rating

The even sag that painfully persists throughout, the mindless gunshots and blood splatter and the sodden predictability together blow up this film beyond recognition. And no amount of crashing and crunching can salvage an entertainer from the massive debris that it leaves behind.
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Onnum Mindathe Review
2.0 rating

Some films send you sprinting into silent mode once you are done watching them. I'm sure this must never have been the film maker's intention when they named their film 'Onnum Mindathe', but as a dejected audience walks out of the cinema halls, silence is precisely what prevails.
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Praise the Lord Review
2.0 rating

Shibu Gangadharan's 'Praise the Lord' is doubtlessly devoted to its material, and yet remains a lumbering affair. Almost inexplicably, it struggles to blow life into a few charming characters that had appeared so lively on print, and which surprisingly come across as bloated on screen.
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Konthayum Poonoolum Review
1.5 rating

A series of absurdities placed against each other, make an incoherent mess called 'Konthayum Poonoolum'. The film, directed by Jijo Antony is easily one of the most baffling films that I have watched in recent times, and baffling need not always necessarily mean good.
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Vasanthathinte Kanal Vazhikalil Review
2.0 rating

'Vasanthathinte Kanalvazhikalil' could best be seen as a tribute to a political and cultural movement that had brought about a red revolution in the state. Cinematically though, it's a middling film that has very few fresh sights on offer.
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Snehamulloral Koodeyullappol Review
1.0 rating

It simply cannot more repetitive than this, and 'Snehamulloral Koodeyullappol' is a film that must not perhaps have been made. But then, every film is made with the best intentions in mind, and sometimes things aren't meant to fall in line.
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Hangover Review
1.5 rating

'Hangover' feels not much like the heady giddiness that remains long after you have downed your excessive drink or two. It feels more like the nausea and the splitting headache that follows a drink gone all wrong.
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Ettekaal Second Review
1.5 rating

'Ettekal Second' turns out to be an imminently forgettable love yarn that leaves you twiddling your thumbs. Skip this one, and stay safe.
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