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Mariyam Mukku (2015) Malayalam Movie Review | 4 Critic Reviews | Fahadh Faasil, Sana Altaf

Mariyam Mukku Review

cast:
Fahadh Faasil, Sana Altaf, Manoj K. Jayan, Pratap Pothan, Thyagarajan, Joy Mathew, Aju Varghese, Irshad Abdu, Neeraj Madhav, Seema G. Nair, Sreejith Ravi
Mariyam Mukku (2015) Malayalam Movie Posterdirection:
James Albert
story:
James Albert
screenplay:
James Albert
dialogue:
cinematography:
Gireesh Gangadharan
music:
Vidyasagar
produced by:
AK Sabeer
language:
Malayalam
genre:
Drama
run time:
137 minutes
censor certification:
U

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Critic Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)

  •  Filmi Beat | Review By -Akhila Menon Rating-4
Mariyam Mukku is the debut directorial venture of James Albert. The movie stars Fahadh Faasil in the lead role. Vikramadithyan fame Sana Althaf plays the female lead opposite Fahadh in the movie. Manoj K Jayan, Joy Mathew, Aju Varghese etc plays the other pivotal roles.

  •  Times Of India | Review By -Asha Prakash Rating-5
A sea-side village with a Latin American history, Fahad Fazil as the lead actor with an exotic beauty as his lady love; you settle down to watch James Albert's Mariyam Mukku expecting a quaint love story. What you get is a series of pointless gang wars, a half-baked romance

  •  Now Running | Review By -Veeyen Rating-4
Script writer James Albert falters big time as a director with 'Mariyam Mukku', and fails to hold together the strands of a tale that we are already much familiar with. Striking no new ground, Albert chooses the easy way out, opts for a time-honored story line and sets it up in a coastal

  •  Indiaglitz | Rating-6
'Mariyam Mukku' is one movie that was eagerly expected as it was the debut directorial offering of James Albert, the hit screen writer of ‘Classmates’. With Fahad Fazil and a different tale in its centre, the movie was supposed to make wonders. But largely faltering on the script side

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Rasam (2015) Malayalam Movie Review | 2 Critic Reviews | Mohanlal, Indrajith Sukumaran

Rasam Review

cast:
Mohanlal, Indrajith Sukumaran, Varuna Shetty, Ambika Mohan, Nedumudi Venu, Devan, Mythili Balachandran, Rajesh Rajan
Rasam (2015) Malayalam Movie Posterdirection:
Rajeev Nath
story:
Sudip Kumar
screenplay:
Sudip Kumar, Nedumudi Venu, Rajeev Nath
dialogue:
cinematography:
Krish Kymal
music:
Job Kurian, Vishwajith
produced by:
Group Ten Entertainments
language:
Malayalam
genre:
Drama
run time:
105 minutes
censor certification:
U

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Critic Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)

  •  Times Of India | Review By -Deepa Soman Rating-6
For anyone who is deeply fond of cooking traditional Kerala feast and feeding guests, Rasam is a delight though food is not the film's hero. It acts as the prime ingredient in connecting the story's characters and makes the episodes delectable. Rasam is the story of a youngster

  •  Now Running | Review By -Veeyen Rating-4
The best moment of Rajeev Nath's 'Rasam' comes at the very end of the film, when you get to see Mohanlal pour some Payasam on to a neatly laid out plantain leaf, and scoop it up with his fingers much to the amusement of a couple of Arab men sitting nearby.

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Baby (2015) Hindi Movie Review | 21 Critic Reviews | Akshay Kumar, Taapsee Pannu

BABY Review

cast:
Akshay Kumar, Taapsee Pannu, Anupam Kher, Rana Daggubati, Kay Kay Menon, Danny Denzongpa, Rasheed Naz, Madhurima Tuli, Mikaal Zulfiqar
Baby (2015) Hindi Movie Posterdirection:
Neeraj Pandey
story:
Neeraj Pandey
screenplay:
Neeraj Pandey
dialogue:
cinematography:
Sudeep Chatterjee
music:
Anjjan Bhattacharya, Harmeet Singh, Manmeet Singh, Sanjoy Chowdhury
produced by:
Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Shital Bhatia
Weird Aggregate Rating BABY 6.3/10language:
Hindi
genre:
Action, Thriller
run time:
159 minutes
censor certification:
U/A


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Critic Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)

  •  Times of India | Review By -Srijana Mitra Das Rating-8
A top-secret counter-espionage team 'Baby' is born after 26/11. Its officers, led by Ajay Singh (Akshay), have no official records or responsibilities - except to thwart terror attacks. If caught, the government maintains 'plausible deniability' about them. But meanwhile, the trial-basis unit

  •  CNN IBN | Review By -Rajeev Masand Rating-6
Borrowing its structure from Zero Dark Thirty, its climax from Argo, its intention from Nikhil Advani's D-Day, and its occasionally jingoistic tone from your standard Bollywood B-movie, Baby, directed by Neeraj Pandey, is a khichdi of influences, and an uneven film as a result.

  •  Bollywood Hungama | Review By -Hungama Network Rating-9
Rarely you come across an Indian movie that doesn't hit a single false note. BABY is one such film. Writer-Director Neeraj Pandey has made a brilliant film that is not only technically at par with the best in the world, but it's also a dispassionate non-judgmental take on terrorism

  •  Indian Express | Review By -Shubhra Gupta Rating-4
‘Baby’ is a perfect vehicle for the times we live in: it gives us a home-spun hero who allows himself to be hurt but is invincible, and an enemy who is the easiest to demonise. The film is as simplistic as its title – Us vs Them, and no prizes for guessing who will win. In a messy world

  •  India Today | Review By -Rohit Khilnani Rating-4
Post the 26/11 attacks in Mumbai a team of special officers is formed and they are assigned mission 'BABY'. The job is to find and eliminate terrorists who are planning attacks in various cities in India. Ajay (Akshay Kumar) the cool and deadly officer of the department leads the mission

  •  NDTV | Review By -Saibal Chatterjee Rating-4
A central minister's smug personal secretary unthinkingly belittles the sacrifices of India's brave spies. As his boss looks on, the protagonist, an undercover agent who revels in playing with danger, gets up from his seat, walks up to the door, shuts it, walks back to the impertinent official

  •  Mid Day | Review By -Shubha Shetty Saha Rating-8
When was the last time a movie stubbornly stopped your thoughts from wandering even for a fraction of a second? 'Baby' keeps you not only riveted but also with your heart permanently stuck in your mouth, through its duration of two and half plus hours. That's one of director

  •  Hindustan Times | Review By -Rohit Vats Rating-8
If there is one genre of filmmaking Indians have failed to master consistently, it has to be thriller. But Director Neeraj Pandey's Baby is one of those pleasant surprises that come out rarely from Bollywood.  It's sleek, well-timed and engaging. Baby is about a just-established

  •  Koimoi | Review By -Surabhi Redkar Rating-6
Gripping is the word. The first ten minutes itself set the pace of this action thriller. This is a completely nail biting tale and has you hooked to it. Neeraj Pandey sets the standard really high and has a daring take at terrorism. The story is on the face and the script with dialogues

  •  Rediff | Review By -Prasanna D Zore Rating-5
Rakesh, an Indian counter-intelligence officer, has been double crossed, and is captured by terrorists, somewhere in Istanbul. A bunch of six or seven toughies take turns to slap him, punch him in the face. They torture him. There is lot of blood on his face. His eyes are swollen.

  •  Bollywood Life | Review By -Rukmini Chopra Rating-8
Remember playing “dhishoom dhishoom” with toy guns and tanks as a kid? Well, Baby is a classic grown up version of the same which has the ‘good guys,’ ‘bad guys’ and the famous ‘happy ending.’ Let’s me take you through the good fellas first. Meet Ajay Singh Rajput (Akshay Kumar)

  •  Moviez Adda | Review By -Divya Solgama Rating-8
'Baby' is a well made and fantastically presented film, which will keep you engaged throughout the film. It might lack some main factors in comparison to his last two releases, but has its own merits to boast about. The movie should have been more hard hitting and bit trimmed down.

  •  Book My Show | Review By -Vidula Menge Rating-6
Director Neeraj Pandey dishes out yet another masterpiece with the Akshay Kumar-starrer ‘Baby’. Pandey has already gained a foothold in Bollywood with films like A Wednesday and Special 26. With Baby, he tackles an extremely sensitive topic with utmost subtlety.

  •  Mumbai Mirror | Review By -Rahul Desai Rating-5
In Alex Van Warmerdam's Dutch film Ober, about the unfortunate life of a waiter unfolding on the whims of a dark scriptwriter, a scene comes to mind as I watch Neeraj Pandey's terrorist thriller 'Baby': Man waits patiently as an ancient shop-owner giftwraps his purchase.

  •  India Today | Review By -Suhani Singh Rating-4
In D-Day (2013), we had director Nikhil Advani realise many Indian's favourite dream: capturing Dawood Ibrahim. Like that spy action thriller, Baby also relies a lot on fantasy. Neeraj Pandey too creates a world in which our secret agents carry out a risky operation in a foreign territory

  •  DNA | Review By -Sarita Tanwar Rating-8
It’s time to rejoice as director Neeraj Pandey ventures into a new genre in commercial cinema – keeping it sensible, taut and at the same time, completely mainstream. Baby is the story of a special operatives covert unit going by the same name that eliminates terrorist activities

  •  Sify | Review By -Sonia Chopra Rating-5
There is no easy way to write about this film, as it operates on two levels. On a superficial level, the film is a reasonably engaging thriller, but with its share of unintentionally comical moments and gaffes. On the other hand, its fundamentals and politics make you squirm.

  •  Glamsham | Review By -Martin D'Souza Rating-9
As the seconds go ticking and all flights out of Saudi Airport are asked to be held back, India's undercover agents have all but cracked a major terror outfit and are on the flight to India with its chief in a comatose state just as the crack Saudi cop gets to the mystery of the shootout

  •  Zee News | Review By -Ritika Handoo Rating-6
The action thriller smoothly sails from one tip off to another—before catching the big fish, Maulana Mohammed Rahman played by actor Rasheed Naz in Saudi. Danny Denzongpa (Feroze Ali Khan) as chief officer of a secret test team named 'Baby' leads the pack of a of handful

  •  Daily Bhaskar | Rating-7
So what if we don’t have James Bond in Bollywood, our desi actors have proved it time and again that why they are better than any foreign big screen agent. Akshay Kumar in Baby has got a job to protect India from terrorists, who are planning a deadly attack in the country.

  •  Deccan Chronicle | Review By -Suparna Sharma Rating-5
I’d be lying if I said that after I heard of Operation Geronimo, I didn’t think and wish that India too had the calibre and audacity to carry out similar operations and bring home our enemy number one, a slot that contains at least two names.  It so transpires that writer-director Neeraj Pandey

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