Upcoming Movie Reviews! In Case You Want To Watch the Film in Advance

Wednesday 3/18: Gupt (einthusan)

Thursday 3/19: Padayappa (einthusan)

Sunday 3/22: Chaalbaaz (1989) (einthusan)

Thursday 3/26: VIP 2 (Prime)

Sunday 3/29: Manoranjan (Netflix)

91 thoughts on “Upcoming Movie Reviews! In Case You Want To Watch the Film in Advance

  1. Thank you for listing the upcoming review movies together in one post with review dates, and pinning this post to the top of the blog!

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    • You are welcome! I will plan to just keep the same post going and update it as new reviews are scheduled.

      There will also still be announcement posts going out, just to be extra safe and also give people a little information about the film so they can decide if they want to watch it.

      On Sun, Sep 16, 2018 at 6:35 PM dontcallitbollywood wrote:

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    • And now you can watch Sarkar! Which is short and stripped down and the total opposite of J-A.

      On Tue, Sep 18, 2018 at 11:55 AM dontcallitbollywood wrote:

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    • There will be, I just don’t know what it is going to be so I can’t put it up in advance.

      On Fri, Sep 21, 2018 at 5:37 AM dontcallitbollywood wrote:

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  2. I have a suggestion for Monday Malayalam – Chemmeen.
    Classic movie, a lot of people know, and who doesn’t know it will have a reason to watch it (like me, I need a deadline to finally start watching this one)

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    • Yeah, I’m excited!!!!! I picked movies I hadn’t covered yet but I really like and know well, so they will be fun reviews for me to write too.

      On Wed, Oct 3, 2018 at 7:34 AM dontcallitbollywood wrote:

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  3. Can you review the Tamil movie “96”? This is a movie about reminiscing high school romance after 22 years in a reunion. The lead actors are Vijay Sethupathi and Trisha Krishnan.

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  4. Can you review the Tamil movie “96”? This is a movie about reminiscing high school romance after 22 years in a reunion. The lead actors are Vijay Sethupathi and Trisha Krishnan.

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    • Maybe. It’s really hard for me to see more than one movie in theaters per week, I made a special effort for CCV and it involved changing my work schedule and getting a dogsitter.

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  5. Hey plss watch Imaikaa Nodigal. It’s really good movie starring Nayanthara, Anurag Kashyap , Vijay sethupathi and many more. You will really love watching it…

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    • Nope! I checked wiki for birthdays today and he is not listed so I missed him. I wonder why he isn’t listed? The Fawad fans need to get ont hat! But I was actually just trying to think of a fun post for today, so he is definitely getting a post in a moment.

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  6. Hello,
    Have you stopped reviewing Malayalam movies? If not, I’d like
    to read your review of “Poomaram”. It’s the Action Hero Biju director’s next. Got mixed reviews here, but one of the two that got a 4 star rating from B Rangan (the other being Ee Ma Yau). It was also selected for the IFFI.

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    • I’m taking a break from Malayalam reviews, they just took up so much time and no one seemed to read them any more. But I’ll pick them up again eventually, thanks for the suggestion!

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  7. Hello,
    Have you stopped reviewing Malayalam movies? If not, I’d like
    to read your review of “Poomaram”. It’s the Action Hero Biju director’s next. Got mixed reviews here, but one of the two that got a 4 star rating from B Rangan (the other being Ee Ma Yau). It was also selected for the IFFI.

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  8. Kumbalangi nights receiving rave reviews. Movie from the Aashiq Abu school of films. The same team of Mahesh, Thondimuthal, Maayaanadhi etc. Have you permanently stopped reviewing Malayalam? Loved your reviews very much.

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    • I was gonna watch it on Friday, but the schedule didn’t work out. Yesterday I had already planned Gully Boy with my parents. And today I was gonna get a dog! But I can skip the dog and go see the movie instead. Or get the dog, leave it at my place, and go see the movie.

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  9. YOU only see India as Slum country, thanks to Slumdog Millionare.
    what about your country’s 50% divorce rate? in US, Hook up culture, high percent of teenage moms, RACISM in your country against browns and blacks. all thanks to western media for your hate towards INDIA and the culture.
    SO MUCH of hate , keep it up and the superiority Complex.

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    • Oh good! Glad to hear they are adding more Malayalam movies.

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  10. Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota is on Einthusan now!, Also still waiting for your take on my favourite film of 2018, Mukkabaaz!

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        • Surprised that so many Malayalam movies made it to the list this time.
          Virus was anticipated because read somewhere that Shahrukh Khan liked it, so you’d definitely watch.
          Android Kunjappan is a surprise, but understandable… (Helen was perhaps a better choice, also available on Prime)
          But how on earth did you choose to watch Allu Ramendran?

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          • I felt bad with how few Malayalam movies I saw this year so I am trying to catch up. Virus people have been telling me to watch for ages. Otherwise, I just looked at the most popular options on Einthusan. I had something else picked, and then MKP said I should do Android Kunjappan. And Allu Ramendran was just because it was popular on einthusan and I liked the cast and the story sounded pleasant.

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  11. It’s a good idea to catch up with the Malayalam movies at the end of the year. This way you can catch the top films.

    Virus is essentially a WCC film. And as a supporter, it’s good that you could finally watch it. See, Parvathy is extremely gifted, she’ll get atleast one movie a year and it will be a BO hit. But it’s been ages since we saw the likes of Revathy, Reema Kallingal, Ramya Nambeeshan in a mainstream movie!

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      • Well, she was the producer!

        The character she played was like the darling of Kerala. Her letter was widely circulated on social media and all.

        When I first heard that Reema was going to play the character of Nurse Lini Puthussery, I was worried if her husband would make the whole movie around her (because it was the most selling Nipah story in Kerala). Besides, they’d earlier collaborated for Rani Padmini, and Reema perhaps got a meatier role than Manju.

        So personally I was glad that Reema had a shorter role in Virus 🙂

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  12. Hi recently a malayalam movie was added to prime named “Kettiyolaanu Ente Malakha “. It is an Asif Ali movie. The plot is about marital rape.

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  13. Please review Kalyug or New Delhi Times, if not for the subject matter, then for superlative Shashi eye candy. Yes, even in New Delhi Times where he is older and shall-we-say with a little bit of the middle-aged spread.

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    • After Valentine’s, I am planning to do a Ramesh Sippy week in honor of Shimla Mirch, which will give us a little Shashi eye candy with Shaan. Shashi’s birthday is coming up in March, so if nothing else I can do a week of celebration then.

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      • Never saw Shaan. I’ll wait for your review before giving it a watch. It’s probably my age but I prefer the arthouse movies Shashi made over the masala type where the acting is so much more realistic. I keep thinking that he was born ahead of his time. He’d have killed it in today’s Bollywood where there’s so much more variety.

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  14. Looking forward to your take on Padayappa! Have had so many discussions and read so much about this inevitable Tamil movie.
    Any woman adversary is a lone wolf in Tamil cinema, but the sex-positive woman adversary with agency in Padayappa is a completely different beast with zero representation. They villainized her for being ambitious and asking what she wants; but, they dared to represent her! And also it was the magnum opus of Ramya Krishnan, the absolute veteran of Tamil/Telugu male-centric starrers.

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  15. I just wanted to mention that Missamma (Thursday movie) is also available on Youtube with English subtitles. That may be easier for people to access. Here’s the link:

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