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Malayalam Movie Reviews
Angry Babies Review
2.0 rating

Saji Surendran's 'Angry Babies' hovers around that moment that lies between love, marriage and life. Playing out on the trouble that brews in a marital paradise, 'Angry Babies' sings a familiar tune, is sporadically funny and and makes little attempts whatsoever to take a detour from a much beaten path.
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Koothara Review
2.0 rating

They say a thought can ruin it all. And in 'Koothara', one such thought that arrives a bit late in the day plays the annihilator and leaves in its destructive wake nothing but some worthless rubble and dust and grime.
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Test Paper Review
1.5 rating

'Test Paper' looks and feels like one of those television sitcoms that drag on for years and years; only that it has been compressed into a running time of one hundred and sixteen minutes.
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Naku Penta Naku Taka Review
2.0 rating

'Naku Penta Naku Taka' is more of a misadventure in Africa, not just for the leading pair, but for the viewers too. There is hardly anything tremendously invigorating about the film,nor is it the kind that will make your eyes burn with excitement!
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Monayi Angane Aanayi Review
1.5 rating

Santhosh Khan's 'Monayi Angane Aanayi' is an exercise in pointlessness that is likely to make you twitch your eyebrows in exasperation. With an uneventful former half and a dull second, there is very little about it that will get you all perked up in anticipation.
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Garbhasreeman Review
1.5 rating

'Garbhasreeman' is no fun, by any stretch if imagination. It's nauseating, repellent and downright sickening, and ironically all this has nothing to do with the pregnancy that is played out on screen.
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Bangalore Days Review
3.0 rating

'Bangalore Days' is a buoyant examination of love, the basest of all human emotions and the bonds and bondages that it leaves in its wake. Pungently played out in the metro city of Bangalore, it's a stunning reminder of a spectacular marvel that unravels before us every day - a marvel called life.
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How Old Are You Review
3.0 rating

Roshan Andrews in his film 'How Old Are You' takes us along on a woman's quest to unearth her long buried identity. Armed with a bravura performance by Manju Warrier, this superbly acted and emotionally engaging drama is a keeper of a film, and quite an impressive one at that.
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Mr. Fraud Review
2.0 rating

B Unnikrishnan's 'Mr.Fraud' is a tedious robbery exercise that is sappy and downright predictable. Stuffed with redundant songs and a sentimental family track that looks way out of place, the film that initially promises to be an edge-of-the-seat action caper ends up being a wannabe thriller sans any real kicks or buzz.
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Medulla Oblongata Review
2.0 rating

Despite not having made any spectacular changes in the script, the highly amusing 'Naduvula Konjam Pakkatha Kaanom' transpires into a middling comedy as it emerges as 'Medulla Oblangata' in Malayalam.
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The Last Supper Review
1.5 rating

As you watch the leading actors in 'The Last Supper' climb mountains and wade through muddy waters, you feel sorry for them. Because you realize that in a setup as gratuitous as the one they are in, no amount of toil would do them any good.
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God's Own Country Review
2.5 rating

God's Own Country' begins with great artistic and conceptual rigor, but eventually veers toward a wanton irrationality that it could very well have done without. Yet, despite its blemishes, the film does make a decent evening watch.
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