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I Love Me is just not done; a movie with so many twists and wacky turns, the title doesn't suggest anything at all. Yes, it is a thriller, but you will laugh at the dialogs and the twists at the end made my stomach pain.
Anoop Menon disappoints, while Unnimenon is lame in his own style, Asif Ali seems to be playing his real life character in all his movies including this while the Mollywood's latest import is sheer dummy. It is this movie, that we interpret that she cannot act, talk or laugh. Thattathin Marayathu was a gimmick for her.
The locales have not been harnessed properly while the soundtrack is inspiring but the screenplay and the score don't match each other. Writing is fresh, but many important plot points were skipped and the cinematography is very poor. Non-linear story-telling wasn't executed properly and too much detailing towards the end spoils this script.
First half is very suspense-filled but second half is full of songs and buffoonery which makes it an annoying drama. I am sad that such a beautiful cast (except the lead lady) was wasted with such a bad execution of a good plot. The humor isn't humor here. It is spalstickish parody. References made were too ballisitc and the English prose just didn't fit in.
BOTTOM LINE: 75% Not recommended. Performances aren't charming, but if you have free time and want some nerve-racked, watch it!
Can be watched with a typical Indian family? YES
Language: Strong | Sex, Nudity or Mouth-Kiss: No, Implied | Violence: Strong | Gore: No | Alcohol: Strong | Smoking or Drugs: No
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