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Malayalam Movie Reviews
Camel Safari Review
1.0 rating

This is one rutted ride on an emaciated camel, without even a cushion to plop yourself on. Let the camels and the lover birds have a great time in the theatres. You stay home, and be safe.
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Kanchi Review
2.0 rating

'Kaanchi' wavers and wanders this way and that and it's a shame really, considering you have got two of the best actors in town in your team. Frenzied and overwrought, it sounds and feels like a sensory overload that threatens to spill over any moment.
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Caribbean Review
1.0 rating

The weird manner in which Irshad's 'Carrebeyans' is spelt, is just one of the many reasons why you should wait for its DVD.
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Zachariayude Garbhinikal Review
2.0 rating

Aneesh Anwar's film is intermittently engaging but gets unduly protracted by the greasy emotions that come to play in it. It does win points however, for its earnestness in attempting to tell a tale that is categorically special.
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KQ Review
1.0 rating

The uncompelling and sketchy story telling in 'KQ' makes 'KQ' a squelchy mess.
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Radio Jockey Review
1.0 rating

It's the kind of film that courtesy its title, makes you keep your car radio switched off on the drive back home.
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North 24 Kaatham Review
3.0 rating

'North 24 Kaatham' is an articulation of the randomness of life; of chance and arbitrariness that brings about smiles and rekindles hopes. The emotional pitch that it maintains is mighty, which makes it a highly compassionate film that also marks a brilliant directorial debut.
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Ezhamathe Varavu Review
3.0 rating

In 'Ezhamathe Varavu' M T Vasudevan Nair and Hariharan retell a story that is as old as the jungles themselves. But it's a tale that I would love to hear again, and maybe again, and again.
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Sringara Velan Review
2.0 rating

The clumsy character sketches in 'Sringaravelan', and the haphazard fashion in which they are all thrown together helps affirm the notion that even the most solid of casts have their limitations, when the platform on which they are to perform is being fast eaten away by the shoddy script termites.
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D Company Review
2.0 rating

The brilliant visuals aside, 'D Company' is something of a bore. Beneath its dazzling surface, the depth is missing, and so are the thrilling undercurrents that make an action film worth a solid recommendation.
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Daivathinte Swantham Cletus Review
2.0 rating

Marthandan's directorial debut 'Deivathinte Swantham Cleetus' is a superhero film masquerading under the guise of a metaphoric experiment in mythology.
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Artist Review
3.0 rating

The soul stifling experience that Shyamaprasad's 'Artist' is, leads us on to a world of paints and easels, palettes and pastels, where ingenuity and inventiveness flow on, in strokes and flourishes from the tip of a brush. The painterly detail that the director has on offer for us in 'Artist' , makes it a visually sumptuous film that engrosses us with its enchanting tale.
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