• In a nutshell, this drama on social issues ticks all the boxes of a progressive and offbeat movie, and despite its inconsiderable flaws, one should give this ‘art film’ a try!

  • This film is not a light watch – it’s a poignant tale that leaves you thinking about the half-widows and half-orphans, and many such untold stories.

  • Perhaps in a different era and with a tighter script, ‘Rangeela Raja’ would have been able to entertain the single screen audience. But, in the current scenario, this tale of a philandering prince feels a little too jaded.

  • The filmmaker duo John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein employ the same irreverence they used when they co-wrote ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ and deliver a ludicrous laugh-riot with ‘Game Night’. So go ahead and revel in the craziness of this film as it takes you for a sweet, silly ride.

  • Even though the story is set in current times, the narrative plays out like a 90s masala flick. The dialogues must have been written to induce wolf-whistles but are cringeworthy to say the least. The dance numbers are also reminiscent of the by-gone era.

  • This one’s primarily aimed at kids though, so adults can skip it unless, of course, you’re accompanying your little ones. Giddy up!

  • You don’t have to be a comic superhero fan to enjoy this movie — watch it for the outstanding performances by Jackman, Stewart and Keen. This one’s a gripping finale to Wolverine’s indomitable journey.

  • Dileep and Kavya Madhavan present subtle performances and can be considered the only saving factors of the film. Nedumudi Venu, Vijayaraghavan and Indrans also do their parts well. However, with regard to the two teenage actors in the movie, the less said, the better. There is nothing incomprehensible to a lay viewer in Pinneyum, but the intensity and sub-texts one looks forward to is also missing.

  • Yes, there is difficulty and sorrow in their lives, but there is also an abundant amount of ingenuity, endless optimism, and indefatigable spirit and this is what makes these characters memorable and helps the film soar.

  • Although Pataas isn’t the first action drama about a cop, it has all the right ingredients which would appease the masses. It’s a ‘vindhu bhojanam’ in the truest sense.

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