Drawing inspiration from the Archie's comics, Zoya skillfully recreates the vibrant and cheerful atmosphere of the comic world, delivering a sunny and joyful experience.
Towards the end of the first episode, it is revealed that whatever that happened was indeed not a coincidence and something terribly wrong is happening around him.
While many action dramas opt to explore romantic relationships, 'Antony' dwells on a goon's fatherly relationship with the daughter of the man he killed.
What stands class apart in this film is the characterisation. Each of the characters display an engrossing arc.
Given its A rating, the film is saturated with intense violence, ranging from gunfire to brutal acts, making it unsuitable for the faint-hearted.
Mammootty Kampany's 'Kaathal The Core' takes that plunge, choosing a less trodden path to address an issue that rarely finds its way to mainstream Malayalam cinema.
Like most of his films, including 'Perariyathavar', Dr Biju's focus in Adrishya Jalakangal are the unseen, unfortunate people whose lives are determined by the powerful few.
The initial half of the film proves to be generally engaging, despite the plot feeling somewhat familiar or reminiscent of a tale heard before.
While watching ‘The Railway Men’, one can't help but draw parallels with the HBO miniseries Chernobyl.
Director Hemanth M Rao chooses a dark yet predictable path to present the same but commendable performances of the main actors prevent the movie from succumbing to clichés.