Tagged with Thesni Khan

Balan Vakeel

Balan Vakeel

What is the movie about? :: S Balakrishnan (Dileep) is a lawyer who works under the reputed advocate Pramod Sujanapalan (Arjun Nandakumar). But he hasn’t been able to achieve much in his professional career due to his stammer, even though he was known to be a smart & intelligent person during his college days. His … Continue reading

Kayamkulam Kochunni

Kayamkulam Kochunni

What is the movie about? :: Born to a thief, Kochunni (Nivin Pauly) is someone who had left his village a long time ago to start a new life, without letting anyone about his past. As he works at a local shop, realizes that a master of martial arts, Thangal (Babu Antony) has arrived in … Continue reading

Masterpiece

Masterpiece

What is the movie about? :: An arrogant Roshan Cherian (John Kaipallil) and an adamant Mahesh Raj (Maqbool Salmaan) leads two rival gangs at the Travancore Maharaja College in the centre of the city. These two gangs, Royal Warriors and Real Fighters fight for domination, with hockey sticks, cricket bats, cycle chains, table legs or … Continue reading

Fukri

Fukri

Vampire Owl: What about Fukrey? Vampire Bat: I don’t think that there is a relation between the two. That one was a coming of age comedy film. Vampire Owl: You mean just like Premam. Vampire Bat: The genre is rather too vast. People who have no idea about that genre were blaming Premam for being … Continue reading

Amar Akbar Anthony

Amar Akbar Anthony

Vampire Owl :: Are we using the time machine this time? Vampire Bat :: I don’t understand what you are talking about. Vampire Owl :: You wanted to watch a Bollywood movie of 1977 in the theatre. It would require a time machine. Vampire Bat :: I am talking about the Malayalam movie of 2015 … Continue reading

Urumbukal Urangarilla

Urumbukal Urangarilla

Vampire Owl :: I see the title about ants not sleeping. I have to say that just like them, neither do we sleep at night. Vampire Bat :: But I do sleep most of the night. Vampire Owl :: What? Why do you sleep that much? We, vampires are not supposed to sleep that much … Continue reading

Loham

Loham

What is it about? :: Jayanthi (Andrea Jeremiah) has reached Cochin from Mumbai in search of her husband Ramesh (Ashvin A. Mathew). She chooses the taxi of Raju (Mohanlal) as she continues that search. Nobody knows anything about him including his own mother (KPAC Lalitha). Meanwhile, there is certain gold smuggling taking place from Dubai … Continue reading

Love 24×7

Love 24×7

What is it about? :: Roopesh Nambiar (Dileep) is a well-known television presenter and anchor working for a popular channel called Naalamidam. He enjoys almost a celebrity status among the people with his special shows. Kabani Sugathan (Nikhila Vimal) is a trainee who joins the channel, and very soon, the two become very close to … Continue reading

Mathai Kuzhappakkaranalla

Mathai Kuzhappakkaranalla

Vampire Owl :: This sounds like Lal Bhahadur Shatri’s continuation. I am not coming. Vampire Bat :: There is just Jayasurya playing a very good guy, otherwise this should be different. Anyway, you didn’t watch even that movie yet. There is also a shot of Jayasurya and Bhama having tea together. Remember the word “tea”. … Continue reading

Bhaiyya Bhaiyya

Bhaiyya Bhaiyya

Vampire Owl :: Do they give subsidy to movies which doesn’t have a Malayalam title? Vampire Bat :: I haven’t heard about it after that news about the same. Vampire Owl :: There is one Sanskrit title and one Hindi title for two out of the four movies released during this Onam. Vampire Bat :: … Continue reading

God’s Own Cleetus

God’s Own Cleetus

I have taken the liberty to anglicize Daivathinte Swantham Cleetus into God’s Own Cleetus just like how Daivathinte Swantham Naadu becomes God’s Own Country. No, this is not that much of a lovable character to be baptised twice, but it is the effort of the actor behind the character and the way in which he … 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