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Malayalam Movie Reviews
Njangalude Veettile Adhithikal Review
1.50 rating

'Njangalude Veettile Athidhikal' in all likelihood will struggle in theatres like uninvited guests in a party.
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Persiakkaran Review
1.50 rating

'Persiakkaran' is a melodramatic tragedy that sedates you in no time. Which is why, for all the good work that must have gone into it, the film still feels as ersatz than ever.
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Asha Black Review
2.00 rating

'Asha Black' is a tedious morality fable that squanders the acting potential of its gifted performers. It's too thin a film to sustain itself, and at best a wasted idea that could have been infinitely better.
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Tamaar Padaar Review
2.00 rating

At two hours and forty minutes, 'Tamaar Padaar' is a torture that bores you beyond your senses. Let beards grow, and let sleeping dogs lie. Peace!
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Homely Meals Review
2.50 rating

Frequently delightful, insanely insightful and brimming with tongue in cheek humour, 'Homely Meals' carries us along on the journey of a man, out to make a mark in the world.
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Central Theatre Review
1.50 rating

'Central Theatre' is a crackpot attempt at film making that has plenty of loose ends hanging about, and even a greater number of structural blemishes wholly ruining the narrative.
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Money Ratnam Review
2.00 rating

It's a surprisingly low bar that 'Money Ratnam' aspires to rest on and despite managing to raise the occasional smile, is loud and low. A road movie that wants to be a comedy and a moralistic fable all at once, it's a jug-headed chore that has eye-rolling moments galore.
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Vellimoonga Review
2.50 rating

Jibu Jacob's 'Velli Moonga' is a light hearted entertainer that will surely have you leaving the theatres with a smile on your lips. Having arrived with limited claims, here is a surprise winner that has hit right at the bull's eye!
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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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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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