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Malayalam Movie Reviews
Njan Review
3.0 rating

'Njan' has the classic Ranjith signature all over it and without doubt is the film maker's best directorial venture till date. Opulently layered with intricacies, the film is in no way an easy watch, and yet is an accomplished piece of cinema that offers the discerning viewer an observant slice straight out of life.
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Sapthama Shree Thaskaraha Review
2.8 rating

'Sapthamasree Thaskara' is a decent watch for the family this festive season, but as someone who has been tremendously bowled over by the director's first film, I would say I was a tad let down with his second effort. However, offering plenty of unalloyed pleasure, 'Sapthamasree Thaskara' could still be the one reason why you should visit a cinema hall this week.
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Villaliveeran Review
1.8 rating

'Villaliveeran' maintains a uniformity throughout in that it is a sheer disaster from start to finish. Not a thing about it is likely to hold your interest for long, and this supposedly brave warrior will have you scurrying out of the cinema halls in no time.
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Rajadi Raja Review
2.0 rating

For those of you, who have still got a penchant for those masala potboilers of yore that look and sound corroded to the core, 'Rajadhiraja' might be the film to watch this festival season. And for the rest of you, who like me, have to deal with a nagging headache after the deafening show, stay home and enjoy your Payasam.
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Bhaiyya Bhaiyya Review
1.8 rating

Sporadically bringing out a laughter or two, this is a film that very rarely engages us emotionally and which fundamentally falls apart at the seams.
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Peruchazhi Review
2.0 rating

'Peruchazhi' suffers from some severely weak plotting and tries to cover it up with the silver sparks that emanate from the stardom of its lead actor. But with virtually no story to tell, it's an irredeemable fiasco that totally takes its viewers for granted.
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Munnariyippu Review
3.0 rating

Venu declares himself as an outstanding, unique and challenging voice in Malayalam cinema, with his second directorial venture 'Munnariyippu', a revelatory drama that throws together an emphatic, no-nonsense narrative with a couple of out-of-the-world performances. Incredibly scripted by Unni R, 'Munnariyippu' is engrossing stuff that gradually puts together the pieces of a jigsaw, proffering one revelation after the other with each move.
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John Paul Vaathil Thurakkunnu Review
1.5 rating

'John Paul Vaathil Thurakkunnu' comes across as a group of scattered scenes bound loosely by a fragile narrative. Some doors, they say, are best left closed.
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Mizhi Thurakku Review
2.30 rating

As a visual adaptation of the classic poem 'Duravastha' by Mahakavi Kumaranasan to match contemporary movie-making style, "Mizhi Thurakku" comes off as a genuine effort.
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Njan Steve Lopez Review
3.0 rating

Njan Steve Lopez is serious cinema. If you have a good taste for non-commercial, intense and realistic movies, it's a must-watch for you.
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Apothecary Review
2.5 rating

Consistently echoing the timely and overpowering message that it conveys, tending to be a little over-emotional and repetitive at times, Apothecary comes out distinguishably strong and focused.
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Avatharam Review
1.7 rating

Avatars do not kill; they annihilate. When you finish watching the 2:47:22 hrs movie, that's exactly how you feel - annihilated.
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Manglish Review
2.2 rating

Manglish comes out as a simple, breezy entertainer for its most part. But it could have been much better with a little more romance, and zealous final act and climax.
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Hi I am Tony Review
2.40 rating

Hi I'm Tony is probably the best Malayalam psycho thriller to have hit the screens in the last decade or so.
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Vikramadityan Review
2.2 rating

Vikramadithyan by Lal Jose & team is the story of an underdog that would leave you dog-tired by the time it reaches the last fifteen minutes of its run time. Just before you think you are passing out for sheer disappointment and weariness, it gives you a shot in the arm, making you recover quite a bit. Yes, quite a bit. The shot gives you enough strength to wear a jaded smile before you get up and walk out of the cinema unaided, with a small limp.
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