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Isaac Newton S/o Philipose (2013) Malayalam Movie Review Aggregator

Submitted by on January 14, 2013 – 1:40 pmNo Comment |



Not everything seems good as far as last week’s Malayalam released are concerned. ‘Isaac Newton S/o Philipose’ which has been directed by Bosse stars Lal and Abhinaya in the lead roles, and the critics have laid out in clear cut terms that the film is best avoided.

Nowrunning claims to have been knocked out the apple: “The worn out script turns out to be the worm in Newton’s apple. Weak humor and shaky plotting see to it that it drops right on Newton’s head, knocking him out as well as those unfortunate ones among us who have gathered around to watch him in action.”

Sify states that you should do anything else but watch this film: “Isaac Newton s/o Philipose is loud and absurd even for those who are looking for brainless entertainers. Go for a walk or sleep for a while, which could be a more sensible option than this ridiculous misadventure.”



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