Discussion in 'MTownHub' started by Gokul, Dec 4, 2015.
One more to that list.. If u haven't it seen yet - Brochevarevarura. Must watch anu
Ellayidathum quality koodumbol ivide mathram feel good and relalistic Melam..njan ippol ulla mikka Malayalam filmum kandilla ....Entho feel good Okke Maduthu..oru narasimham type film okke vannirunnenkil
narasimham type padam okke ini buddhimuttanu...athrem loud ayittulla mass entertainers cheyyanulla calibre ulla actors next generationil ithu vare vannittilla. aake oru hope undarnth prithvi aarnu...pullikk mass filmsil angane interest illa...ini aarenkilum varumo ennariyilla. Mammootty, mohanlal ullayidatholam kaalam mass filmukal ivide undakum. athu kazhinjal aa genre thanne illathayekkam.
Gulabo Sitabo (2020)
Life experiences and reality of small towns are working well as the heartlands provide the roots and the narrative that strongly connects people to realism. Gulabo Sitabo belongs to that genre of grassroot cinema. It isn't the kind of film that will sweep you off your feet, but it's crisp and lively screenplay, earthy dialogues and effortless acting by a fine cast more than make up for a lack of surprises. If not exactly scintillating, it is definitely entertaining enough not to fritter away its inherent advantages.
Ayushmann & Bachchan
Choked : Paisa Bolta Hai (2020)
Set in a middle-class Mumbai milieu, Choked finds Anurag Kashyap revisiting the crime-drama genre with absolute restraint as he takes an intriguing plot and paces it steadily around a bunch of rooted characters. Nonetheless, Choked is Anurag in minor key. There is little of the raw, visceral energy we associate with the filmmaker.
Saiyami Kher & Roshan Mathew
Chintu Ka Birthday (2020)
Chintu Ka Birthday cultivates a dynamic portrait of Iraq, with its dense social, political and religious layers. The film is absolutely minimal, but its limited point-of-view says enough to the original horror and poignantly makes humanity a non-political issue. Well-acted and dramatically moving, Chintu Ka Birthday is a commendable effort.
What fascinates me about this movie is how effectively they have shot it in one confined location without losing the intensity of its audacious premise. This can make young, aspiring filmmakers to go for ambitious projects without the need of an extravagant budget.
A politically strong film that has the capacity to enlighten you. Newton has abundant practical humor in its narrative. And at the same time, it hooks you up with its very real and remote backdrop.
Newton is a politically pertinent subject addressed with authenticity, and the compelling performances only enhanced its value.
Rajkumar Rao, Pankaj Tripathi & Raghubir Yadav
Ponmagal Vandhal (2020)
Basic premise kollam, but extremely outdated aayitulla making, and lacklustre production value play the spoilsports. Plot twists ellam easily predictable aayirunnu, performances onnum eduth parayan illa.
Avg stuff !
What Are the Odds (2020)
This is something on the lines of Wes Anderson's films - extensive use of flat space camera moves, obsessively symmetrical compositions, knolling, snap-zooms, slow-motion walking shots, a deliberately limited color palette, and hand-made art direction often utilizing miniatures. It's indeed these stylistic choices that gives this movie a highly distinctive quality.
A desi, low-key, Wes Anderson kinda dramedy !
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