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So last weekend I was flipping through channels on a Sunday afternoon when I noticed that Sevenes was about to start on some channel. I remember hearing that it had something to do with football and since it also had Nivin Pauly I thought I would give it a try. What is worse than the movie itself is watching the movie on a Malayalam channel where 5 minutes of movie is usually followed by 10 minutes of mind numbing advertisements.
First things first, the movie has very little if anything to do with football. The depiction of the couple of scenes of football matches is so amateurish that you wonder if the director can spell Football. There is this one scene in which a player is shown being kicked in the head while standing with a scissor kick. I don't think in the entire century old history of football anyone anywhere could have managed to do that. And for all his troubles the perpetrator gets a yellow card. We are all lucky that the director did just enough research on the colour of the cards. Imagine him being shown a pink card . With this level of movie making anything is possible.
The only good thing about the movie is the police commissioner. She is incredibly beautiful. I had to google to find out who she was. I was honestly surprised that Nadiya Moidu is actually 48 years old. She is 48 and looks 35.
The rest of the actors are nothing to write home about. Nivin has as many dialogues as a husband after 10 years of marriage.
I think I will have to watch 1983 again to get this abomination out of my head.
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