London Film Festival: 10 must-see films

Closing Night Gala: Fury, Sunday 19th October Set in the final months of World War II, Fury follows Brad’s battle-weary sergeant Wardaddy and his tank which often goes behind enemy lines for the Allies. It’s poised to be a potential awards contender, and as director David Ayer (End of Watch) is never one to lean […]

Before Aami: Box Office Analysis Of Kamal’s Previous 5 Movies!

Utopiayile Rajavu (2015) Utopiayile Rajavu had hit the theatres during the Onam season of 2015. The film, scripted by Amen fame PS Rafeeque came in amidst huge expectations. The Kamal-Mammootty combo was expected to strike big once again with a social satire but the film turned out to be a half-baked attempt. The film couldn’t […]

‘I’ll miss the camaraderie’: readers on the Edinburgh festival cancellation

‘A chance to rethink the fringe’ I’m a keen fringe reviewer (I usually see about 40-50 shows), so spend most of August in dank, poorly ventilated cellars and back rooms with a bunch of strangers. Those would be the worst places to be in the current climate. The cancellation will perhaps reveal how important the […]