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Malayalam Movie Reviews
Ettekaal Second Review
1.5 rating

'Ettekal Second' turns out to be an imminently forgettable love yarn that leaves you twiddling your thumbs. Skip this one, and stay safe.
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Happy Journey Review
2.0 rating

The interest quotient in Boban Samuel's 'Happy Journey' remains the minimum, and at the end of it, its nothing more than a series of disparate scenes that try their best to hold together. It's a bit sad, since the source material that the maker had in his hands could have evolved into something infinitely better, with perhaps a bit of a shift in perspective.
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Alice a True Story Review
1.5 rating

This Alice is determined to leave you stranded in wonder land! They say the film is based on a true story, and if it indeed is, looks like life must have flown out of it, as it got transacted on to the screen.
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Pakida Review
2.0 rating

'Pakida' could pass off as a watchable thriller if you are in a real relenting mood, all eager to appreciate the endeavor that has attempted to tell the story of a game that turns all somber. Else, it would remain yet another of those innumerable films that had starry aspirations in mind, and yet which fell short of them by almost a mile.
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Om Shanthi Oshana Review
2.5 rating

'Om Shanti Oshana' works no wonders when it comes to the tale that it narrates. And yet, if it manages to leave an impression, its courtesy the uncanny moves that it makes in the account, some of which leave you surprised and pleased as punch, and a few stray ones missing the mark by a mile
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Salaam Kashmir Review
1.5 rating

There is simply one mission on your mind as you watch Joshi's latest offing 'Salaam Kashmir', and that without doubt is 'Mission Flee for Your Life'.
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London Bridge Review
2.0 rating

Anil C Menon's 'London Bridge' suffers from a repetitiveness that arises out of a triangular love tale that has nothing new on offer. With the three love poles all set, the film sets off on a highly recognizable journey down love lane, with slumber and tedium in tow.
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1983 Review
3.0 rating

'1983' casts a spectacular nostalgic spell over a nation that is known to breathe cricket, and in the process gifts us with the first cinematic gem of the year. It does a magic trick that makes you smile, that breaks your heart and that inspires you to the hilt. Match splendidly won, Abrid, and further matches keenly awaited!
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Mannar Mathai Speaking 2 Review
2.0 rating

After 'Mannar Mathai Speaking 2', I so much miss all of those adorable characters even more. And above everything else, I miss that shrill, echoic ring of that rotary dial desk telephone!
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Salala Mobiles Review
2.0 rating

Sharath Haridaasan's 'Salala Mobiles' has an unimpressive display, a flawed processor and a skimpy cell life to boot. It's a bloated and uneven attempt at crafting a romance, that is a calamity the moment you switch it on.
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Pranayakadha Review
1.5 rating

The very first scene of Aadhi Balakrishnan's 'Pranayakadha' is an intriguing one, that makes your hair stand on its end. But then, it's a steady down slide of sorts, with very little of what's being told making sense.
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Life Review
1.5 rating

'Life' is a mundane tale of teenage obsession that we have already been through. The statements that it makes have already been made, and the voices in it have already been heard.
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Ezhu Sundara Rathrikal Review
2.0 rating

Losing out around midway, and never quite recovering after that, Lal Jose's 'Ezhu Sundara Ratrikal' fails to generate any sensitivity beyond the baffling squabbles that are playing out on the screen. It's this prevailing bleakness that drags the film down, despite having a gifted director and an impressive cast at its helm.
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Oru Indian Pranayakadha Review
2.0 rating

No amount of visual glitter will serve to lessen the yawns that 'Oru Indian Paranayakatha' generates.
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Drishyam Review
3.0 rating

In 'Drishyam' Jeethu attempts a stunning mix of the real with the imaginary, and the result is an unpredictable cinematic artichoke that takes you by surprise at every turn.
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