Tagged with Seema G. Nair

Thattumpurath Achuthan

Thattumpurath Achuthan

What is the movie about? :: Achuthan (Kunchacko Boban) is a favourite of the villagers, and as a Krishna devotee, is close to the village temple and its committee. He has only good opinions about him in the village, and is considered to be someone who is more than just helpful to others. But one … Continue reading

Panchavarnathatha

Panchavarnathatha

What is the movie about? :: A nameless man (Jayaram) is a mystery to many, as he owns pets ranging from cats, dogs and parrots to camels, horses, donkeys and elephants. He speaks and acts in strange ways, leading to most people of his neighbourhood belonging to upper middle class family not liking his presence … Continue reading

Vikadakumaran

Vikadakumaran

What is the movie about? :: Binu Sebastian (Vishnu Unnikrishnan) is a lawyer who gets only those smaller cases which don’t get him any appreciation in life. Even though his dreams are huge, he never really gets close to achieving them. He goes through a mundane existence in and out of court, and this has … Continue reading

Alamara

Alamara

Vampire Owl: A movie named after the almirah. It is an interesting case. Vampire Bat: What is it about you and an almirah? Vampire Owl: An almirah is a nice option for executing our evil plans. Vampire Bat: You are not planning on scaring a few people by jumping out of an almirah, are you? … Continue reading

Kunjiramayanam

Kunjiramayanam

What is it about? :: Kunjiraman (Vineeth Sreenivasan) and Laalu (Dhyan Sreenivasan) are cousin-brothers who have turned out to be enemies, as one incident changes their lives forever. While the former leaves to the Middle East to make money, the latter keep failing the tenth standard and ends up as being the assistant of the … Continue reading

Apothecary

Apothecary

Vampire Owl :: My owlification procedure didn’t work yesterday. Vampire Bat :: Why? You fell into one of those holes which used to be a part of what used to be our roads? Vampire Owl :: That was last week. This time, I was trying to pronounce the name of this movie so that I … Continue reading

Pullipulikal and Aattinkutti

Pullipulikal and Aattinkutti

This is the season of the Malayalam movies, and what these movies have done with the help of Chennai Express, to keep the English movies away from the theatre is quite dissappointing, to be honest. The typhoon of Malayalam movies started off with Kadal Kadannu Oru Mathukutty, followed by Neelaakasam Pachakadal Chuvanna Bhoomi, Memories and … Continue reading