Goodnight Mommy: What I Thought!

Goodnight Mommy Review

Ich seh, Ich seh aka Goodnight Mommy‘s previews were all over the internet a few weeks back. Hailed as one of the creepiest trailers this season, it had turned enough heads with its visuals and characters alike. ‘Creepy’ was slapped all over the trailer and the fact that it was more an art-house movie than a commercial movie, intrigued me more. Had Sundance’s The Witch trailer not released earlier this week I would still have stuck to Goodnight Mommy‘s disturbing trailer. Continue reading Goodnight Mommy: What I Thought!

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Ant-Man: What I Thought!

Ant Man Review

By now Marvel has made sure that people WILL watch whatever they churn out. Audience, fans or not, don’t want to miss out any of the ‘Phase’ movies so that they are kept in the Marvel Universe loop. Who knows what reference they’d be making in their next big superhero epic and who would want to feel awkward when everybody around you is having a chuckle. I thought I’d never say this but, I am getting a bit too tired of the superhero movies overcrowding Hollywood. So for Ant-Man instead of jumping in headlong, I decided to wait for the reviews and surprisingly it fared well on Rotten Tomatoes and on the Internet Realm. Let’s give this a shot. Continue reading Ant-Man: What I Thought!

Batman Vs Robin: What I Thought!

Batman-Vs-Robin-Review

DC was on a winning streak with their animated movies. When Marvel’s animated movies always faltered and was just watchable (with just a few exceptions) but DC’s Animated Universe was much more enjoyable. From Superman Doomsday and Wonder Woman to The Dark Knight Returns and Year One. Of course when you’ve got brilliant source materials, DC Animated was a always a winner. Even their originals like Assault On Arkham kicked ass. Though I am not too content with their recent outings, Justice League Throne of Atlantis was a tad on the weak side and here comes Batman Vs Robin. Continue reading Batman Vs Robin: What I Thought!

Fast & Furious 7: What I Thought!

Fast & Furious 7 Review

Lets get this straight: Except for the first and the 3rd (just coz it was novel), The Fast & The Furious franchise never excited me. Although I have been following the series I cant be called a fan or even someone who takes joy in sitting through these movies. Nonetheless I have sat through almost all the movies and all I can recall is that ‘one with the vault on road’ or the ‘one that introduced Rock’ and so on. Though I do remember the last one, Fast 6, to be exact, did something cool (at least the ending): they tied the movie with a previous outing and introduced a badass villain. Here on I will remember it as the ‘one they introduced Jason Statham’. Another reason why I was in for Furious 7 is that it was Paul Walkers last Fast & Furious movie. Continue reading Fast & Furious 7: What I Thought!

Oru Vadakkan Selfie: What I Thought!

Oru Vadakkan Selfie Review

I was in as soon as I heard the line “ഞാൻ തലശേരിന്നു വരുവാ  സാറിനെ കാണാൻ ” (I am coming from Thalassery to meet sir) in the preview of Oru Vadakkan Selfie. There’s every damn reason that draws me to my hometown, from the slang to watch familiar places on screen. The same thing which drew me as well as other North Malabarians for Thattathin Marayath. While I knew Oru Vadakkan Selfie wasnt gonna break any new grounds, I was sure that it’d be entertaining. Continue reading Oru Vadakkan Selfie: What I Thought!

Kingsman The Secret Service: What I Thought!

Kingsman The Secret Service Review

Mathew Vaughn, better known for X-Men First Class and Kick-Ass, gets another graphic novel adapted to the celluloid. And its yet another Mark Miller graphic novel, Kingsman The Secret Service. Having done just 4 movies, Mathew has proved that he’s one to lookout for especially considering he’s done a great job with Kick-Ass and X-Men First Class. I love both those movies and it wouldn’t be surprising if Kingsman The Secret Service comes a close third…at least for now. Continue reading Kingsman The Secret Service: What I Thought!

Badlapur: What I Thought!

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Sriram Raghavan’s Badlapur is being touted as one of the best Bollywood flicks so far this year and I was pretty sure I was not gonna like it. Thanks to Varun Dhawan, the shoes he usually gets into is hardly interesting. Add to the fact that Sriram Raghavan’s previous flick was the atrocious Agent Vinod, things were never tempting. And just as I had expected the previews didn’t sell me but the rants were so much that I couldn’t give this a miss. Especially when the rants came from a friend who had worked in the movie. Continue reading Badlapur: What I Thought!