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  • Odiyan

    Odiyan

    ★★½

    Imagine a good-hearted man and a bad-hearted man both vying for one woman who has been in their softest and wildest individual dreams respectively since childhood. The good guy lets go of his desires when the woman ties the knot with a third guy, but that does not translate in the same vein with the bad guy. And all hell breaks loose as the bad guy tries to get what he wants (and more) by resorting to violence and unscrupulousness…

  • Aalorukkam

    Aalorukkam

    ★★½

    V C Abhilash's continuously dull and depressing drama about an old man's (Indrans) armchair hunt for his long-lost son starts like a mystery that has the potential to surprise you. Yet, when the suspense factor is revealed sometime during halftime you realize that it does not have much to say afterwards. How the man copes with his own frail health while at the mercy of strangers and how he encounters the truth about his son that he's been running away…

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  • Race 3

    Race 3

    If you look at director Remo D'Souza's filmography you will see a clear description of the change in his thematic material - from films about youngsters and dance to films about superhero and exaggeration. It is obvious that he has no specific cause in mind about the art form, which is again validated by the downward trendline of the quality of conflict in his films. Race 3 is perhaps his weakest and most nonsensical feature film so far, but more…

  • Mandy

    Mandy

    ½

    It takes more than an eternity for Panos Cosmatos's gory and ugly fantasy thriller Mandy to come to the point where a taciturn man (Nicolas Cage) seeks vengeance from a group of sadist hippie extremists currently on a streak of sacrificing human lives for the sake of a demi-god who seems to be a description of some of the real-life criminals we have around us in the world. TN.