“Nothing. Nothing. Nothing. Nothing. Cold and wet. But it burns. Sucking the life out of everything. It came down in the rock. It lives in the well. It grew down there. Poisoning everything. Changing everything. Into something like the world it came from. Into what it knows. We all know it's coming, but we can't get away. It's got everything that lives. They all drunk the water. It got strong. Fed itself on them. It came from the stars... where…
“I’m sorry… but I don’t think you know what a really bad day is! But you’ll f****** learn.”
Russel Crowe’s manic performance is so compelling that I found myself rooting for the villain throughout this road rage thriller. And seriously, I don’t get the hate. Unhinged offers decent entertainment.
P. S. Feeling sorry for that guy at the gas station though, LOL.
Macbeth meets Irakal.
After Maheshinte Prathikaaram and Thondimuthalum Driksakshiyum, I expected Joji to be great, but what we have here is truly remarkable and exceptionally brilliant.
It goes without saying that Shakespearean tragedies are bound to be dark in tone, but here the narrative is crafted in such a way that Joji treads on an extremely delicate and fine line of subtlety throughout. Generally, I’m not a big fan of Syam Pushkaran’s writing with an overt focus on political correctness and social commentary, but I should say…
Joji, and now this. Fahadh Faasil owns the year 2021 in Malayalam Cinema.
After Take Off and C U Soon, Mahesh Narayanan tries his hand at the crime genre. Even though the story revolves around an aging patriarch, very much akin to Velu Naicker in Nayakan, and Vito Corleone in The Godfather, in terms of the character sketch, and the storyline has distinct shades of Vada Chennai here and there, at the heart of it, this is not just your run-of-the-mill crime film. Yes, it follows a conventional narrative structure,…