Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Shreya Ghoshal Live in Malaysia – A Stunning Show of Sound,...

When we first heard that Shreya Ghoshal is coming to Malaysia, there was disbelief all round. Mostly because this insanely talented singer would be...
Mafia: Chapter 1

Mafia: Chapter 1 Review – The Talented Dhuruvangal Pathinaaru Filmmaker is...

Karthick Naren is a talented filmmaker. His first feature film, Dhruvangal Pathinaaru, was so rich in minute detail, the world so fully realised, you...

Sid Sriram Live in Penang – An Exceptional Performance That’s Paved...

"Penang, let me hear you scream!" shouts Sid Sriram, and the 4000-strong audience releases a deafening roar that reverberated through the streets of Bayan...
Pattas

Pattas Review: A Fun Masala That Doesn’t Live Up to Its...

This Pattas review contains as many spoilers as its trailer...  A mother (Sneha), draped in a Saree and exhaustion scurries through the forest, clutching her...
Darbar

Darbar Review: A Somewhat Enjoyable But Mostly Forgettable Cop Film

This Darbar review contains spoilers... I can’t recall the last time I felt this way watching a Rajinikanth film. As the end credits of his...

PETTARAP MASHUP: Benny Dayal & Andrea End the Decade With a...

"Ada get up and dance, it's a darn new chance, un kayil ellame irukkudhada," It was as if Benny Dayal was dancing to these...
Metro Maalai review

Metro Maalai: A Good Attempt That Doesn’t Quite Deliver

This review of Metro Maalai contains spoilers.  Metro Maalai tells an unspectacular tale (I mean that as a compliment) of two individuals, one of whom...

MILFF 2019: A Great Lineup Marred By Loud, Loud Music

"How can I perform at the Malaysian Independent Live Fusion Festival and not sing an indie song?" asks Shweta Mohan before she sings her...
Bigil review

Bigil Review: Enjoyable and Empowering But Doesn’t Live Up to its...

This Bigil review contains spoilers... Mersal, the previous collaboration between director, Atlee, and actor, Vijay, opened with a mystery. We see a number of...
Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy

Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy Review: An Epic Premise Let Down by...

It’s the 1800s. The Brits have long occupied, colonized and enslaved India. They’re arseholes who believe the world belongs at their feet because they’re...

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