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Malayalam Movie Reviews
100 Days of Love Review
2.00 rating

It takes the wine drenched words of Balan, a rain and a whole lot of thinking for Sheela to decide once and for all, as to what she truly wants from life. It takes infinitely lesser time for us to decipher what '100 Days of Love' is all about - a swoonless romance bereft of smiles or sighs.
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Elanjikkavu P.O Review
1.00 rating

'Elanjikkavu PO' is a failed murder mystery that starts off from nowhere and ends up nowhere. Preposterous to the core, it has little style and even lesser substance.
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Kalyanism Review
2.00 rating

'Kalyanism' is a letdown that fails to spell out right, what it sets out to achieve. Perhaps it would suffice to say that its one of those movies that means well. But sadly, it doesn't work that well.
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Onnam Loka Mahayudham Review
1.80 rating

'Onnam Loka Mahayudham' like many major wars that have been fought in the world, is deluded by a reason that it believes to be true. When it finally draws to a close, leaving much destruction and damage in its wake, the phoney cause is all that remains.
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Raag Rangeela Review
0.50 rating

Younus Mohammed's 'Raag Rangeela' looks like a shoddily made music video sans a story or script. Making no sense whatsoever, it intersperses a few songs into some haphazardly shot scenes and comes up with a tedious film that terrifies you with its bumpiness.
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Nellikka Review
2.00 rating

'Nellikka' does not keep up its promise of turning sweet after a brief spate of bitterness. For the most part, it remains a tale that retains a languid taste in your mouth, which you hope against hope till the very end, will change for the better.
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The Reporter Review
1.50 rating

'The Reporter' is weakly scripted, poorly shot and dimly directed. There is little shine it, and even lesser bite.
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Compartment Review
2.20 rating

Salim Kumar's directorial debut 'Compartment' is effectual in patches, and does have a few quiet and intimate moments. However it falls short of being an admirable film, chiefly on account of its inability to stay absorbed on its very perturbing premise.
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Manikyam Review
2.00 rating

R J Prasad's film is a classy instance of a work of literature losing out on its allure in the process of being transformed into a film. At best 'Manickyam' remains a lukewarm movie adaptation that is timid and tame, and which never really gets going beyond a point.
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White Boys Review
2.00 rating

'White Boys' does come across as an appealing thriller that keeps you perched right on the edge of your seats. But the inspiration is a bit too obvious to let it pass off as an inventive piece of film making. Michael Haneke, take a bow!
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Iruvazhi Thiriyunnidam Review
1.80 rating

'Iruvazhi Thiriyunnidam'makes a few sweeping statements on the predicament of women in Kerala today. It miserably fails to realize its objective, because of the generalizations that rule its plot and the overall uncertainty that reigns supreme.
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Alif Review
3.00 rating

'Alif' creeps slowly under your skin and stays right there, refusing to let go. Deftly scripted, brilliantly acted and tautly directed, it is a riveting drama that leaves you all shaken. Tantalizing and troubling in equal measure, 'Alif' has plenty in store to draw and hold your eye.
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Namasthe Bali Review
1.00 rating

When it finally grinds to a halt, 'Namaste Bali' looks like a badly made travel video that someone cooked up while the cast and crew were away holidaying in Bali. If I were you, I wouldn't dare touch this one with a barge pole. No Namaste. No Bali.
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Haram Review
2.00 rating

A head-scratcher movie that steadily sinks down like a rock thrown into a grubby pond, 'Haram' has none of the delight and elation that its title boasts of.
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Fireman Review
2.40 rating

Deepu Karunakaran does succeed in putting a human face on those thousands of fire fighters out there, who rush to serve, as a finger trustfully dials '101'. 'Fireman', is without doubt a tribute to this unsung breed of heroes, whose lives are as quickly forgotten as the reasons that they had laid them down for.
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