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'Aakasha Mittayee' is the remake of the Tamil movie 'Appa' , which is a father - son movie that travels through the life of three families , especially about a father who nurturers and ... See full summary »
Sibi Sebastian and his never ending struggle to make it big in life, his quest for new horizons and opportunities. While others pass by, his relentless determination takes him to the most unexpected situation in his life.
Manikandan R. Achari
The life of Venkateswaran, a differently-able man from Kerala. It showcases how Venkidi, who had hearing impairment, fought all odds and built a lightweight aircraft from recycled materials without any external support.
The story starts with the inauguration of the first-ever Mechanical batch in an engineering campus consists of boys only. Later in the second year of the department, a girl joins and becomes the only girl to be a part of their batch.
An ardent fan of Sherlock Holmes from childhood, Thomas tries his best to solve issues like Sherlock Holmes. Thomas without losing his Sherlock Holmes instinct starts applying it in his line of work unveiling a major crime.
Unni Mukundan who is very passionate about his first movie, coincidentally meets director David Paul. At the same time, the life experiences of Amal, who relocates himself to Cochin, makes him undergo a total change in his vision of life.
Even after completing watching Matchbox, I don't know how the story and the title is related. It is obvious that director Sivaram Mony is inspired by Alphonse Putharen and his coloring but this love story of a middle-class couple is lukewarm at best. Since the plot is basic, the writers introduce random story arcs to fill the 2-hour running time. How else do you explain a song picturised on a rivalry football match? Although Roshan Mathew and Vishak Nair start off well and make you laugh a handful of times, amateur actor Drishya Raghunath comes in and spoils the show. The blame is also on Mony for not directing her well and making her character look unbaked. The try at comedy is average, but the Malayali feel that you get from the film is notable. Overall, Matchbox is like going through a montage of all the recent romantic films you have seen, except there are new actors here who try their best to perform but are letdown by a weak script that does not engage. TN.
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