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Malayalam Movie Reviews
English Review
2.5 rating

'English' is beautifully played for its most part, and it's deeply touching in its exploration of life and love on an alien land. Undoubtedly several notches above the standard genre fare, the bumpiness in its narrative stops it from evolving into a stately drama of its own kind!
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ASK - Aaru Sundarimarude Katha Review
2.0 rating

'Aaru Sunadarimarude Katha' did have some real excellent thriller potential, but it hopelessly loses itself working up just the bare-minimum requirements of a thriller. The result is that it feels generic , with all the plot twists seeming to appear straight out of some other film that you have seen somewhere else.
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Vallatha Pahayan Review
2.0 rating

Well, the concept is all there in 'Vallatha Pahayan', and it's a sturdy one at that. But it's one that doesn't make news anymore. In fact, it's one that is anything but news these days.
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Orissa Review
2.0 rating

The earnestness and the heart in its making is obvious in 'Orissa'. How sad that very little of it is actually passed on to the audience, which is why 'Orissa' is a stunningly visualized film that is agonizingly dull.
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Neram Review
2.5 rating

In 'Neram', Alphonse Puthran tries to infuse some fresh imagination into a been-there-done-that scenario and succeeds in parts. The notions hold little promise, but the adrenaline driven execution lights up things quite a bit.
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Manikya Thamburattiyum Christmas Karolum Review
1.0 rating

'Manikya Thampurattiyum Christmas Carolum' demonstrates beyond doubt, that good intention does not make a fine film. The mild messages are there and so is the good naturedness, but I'm not really sure if audiences of any age would fall in love with it.
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Musafir Review
1.0 rating

To be fair to 'Musafir', all the years that it has taken to make it to the screens do not really show. But that simply isn't enough, and the story of the lone traveler, is plainly a big yawn.
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Mumbai Police Review
3.0 rating

In 'Mumbai Police', Roshan Andrews and writers Bobby and Sanjay, lasso in their audience ever so steadily right into the midst of a steaming eddy. The dark lined elegance that the movie sports, makes it a gritty, knotty thriller - a hardboiled treat.
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Bharya Athra Pora Review
2.0 rating

It cannot be denied that the basic theme that 'Bharya Athra Pora' dwells on is outdated to the core, and that no amount of Facebook masking would make it any less tiring.
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Hotel California Review
2.0 rating

Even with the statutory warning to leave your brains back home, 'Hotel California' is a brain masher. The impossible to ingest plot contortions make it a bland mishmash that more than often seems contrived to the core.
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72 Model Review
1.0 rating

Its numbingly bad, and you wonder if it could have lasted for more than a week in the theatres even if it were released way back in '72.
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Ente Puthiya Number Review
0.5 rating

We need to accept the fact that films without accountability will continue to be made, and that at least a few of us would get to see them on screen as well. And at the end of it all, you feel like screaming out, enough. Please.
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Progress Report Review
0.5 rating

'Progress Report' is a really hollow version of a family saga that had lost its takers eons back. It's astonishing that even as cinema seems to going through times of change, regressive attempts as these continue to be made.
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August Club Review
2.5 rating

The psychological turf that 'August Club' sets its story on is uneven, which is why it intrigues in parts.
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Akam Review
3.0 rating

Questions on belief and the lack of it are tossed around in 'Akam', a highly satisfying cinematic experience that comes up with insights of immense significance. Somber and extremely suspenseful, the illusory texture of its narrative turns out to be of a class of its own.
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