Best Filmmakers in Malayalam – 2017

 


It’s been a phenomenal film year without doubt, that saw Mollywood rise up to several fresh talents that came its way, while the hardened stalwarts and the standout film makers got busy doing what they have always been best at – crafting glorious cinematic pieces out of their singular visions and laying them out before the world. Here are five amazing film makers who have astonished us this year with the overwhelming manner in which they have reshaped the medium that is cinema.


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Mayanadhi (2017) Malayalam Movie Review – Veeyen


In ‘Mayanadhi, director Aashiq Abu, armed with a dexterously penned screenplay, settles down to sensitively sketch a doomed tale of love. An impeccable reconstruction of an age-old narrative in an untested realistic setting, ‘Mayanadhi’ is the kind of film that holds a depth of meanings in those abstract gazes, a profundity of emotions in those unuttered words, and which leaves an inexplicable, seething sting at the upshot of it all.


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Masterpiece (2017) Malayalam Movie Review – Veeyen

Ajai Vasudev’s ‘Masterpiece’ has snippets from writer Udayakrishna’s former films, that the latter stitches together with  a banal thriller thread and a few drained out jokes, making it appear a botched up film. And yet if you are the kind who might get goose bumps galore, watching Eddie hurl away a dozen goons all over the campus playground, you are more than welcome to grab that ticket right now.


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Aana Alaralodalaral (2017) Malayalam Movie Review – Veeyen


‘Aana Alaralodalaral’ tries to make the best of what it has, but the sad thing is it doesn’t have much, and the little it has, has an outmoded air to it. The ultimate result of this trumpet that lasts for a couple of hours but which seems and sounds much longer, is nothing but mediocrity, and that too, stacks of it.  


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Aadu 2 (2017) Malayalam Movie Review – Veeyen


‘Aadu 2’ takes off not decidedly from where its former part had left off, since definitiveness certainly isn’t something that ‘Aadu Oru Bheekara Jeeviyanu’ could pride itself on. It’s a celebration of nothingness again, and through all the noise, clamour, hoots and wolf whistles, Paappan and his team vanish, perhaps to reappear a couple of years later, in another sequel.


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Vishwa Vikhyatharaya Payyanmar (2017) Malayalam Movie Review – Veeyen


‘Vishwa Vikhyatharaya Payyanmar’ is a dismayingly frivolous affair that should disappear into oblivion much faster than it probably thought it would. Quickly running out of charms, it’s a disposable cinematic experience that is peeled and tossed away, the moment you walk out of the theatres.  


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