Movie Review by PS Arjun (Rating : 3/5)
D Company is the action anthology film comprising of three distinct, separate stories directed three different and popular directors. It is said to be the first action anthology film made in India.1.Oru Bolivian Diary 1995 by M. Padmakumar (written by G.S. Anil)
Technically top-class with impressive camera movements and terrific background score makes it look above the average level but an average script brings it down. The musical score is really impressive and the only song comes here and catches attention directly.Low Light:
2. Gangs of Vadakkamnathan by Diphan (written by Anoop Menon)
It is a gangster film dealing with high-profile money spinners from other part of the country and local gangsters from Thrissur. Even though, it`s about gangsters, but not a gangster film, rather a cop film.
Even though, the lot had enough strength for a full-length feature film, but making it as a short-film gives a feeling like a large file is compressed just to fill in a floppy disk when CDs are available all around than floppy. Though the film doesn`t impresses with the script or narration style, it really impresses with the things it deals with. Anoop Menon and Jayasurya as usual fit in their respective roles and Unni Mukundan looks good and very convincing as a police officer within the short frame limit.Low Light
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Fails to make any thrill.
Usual Anoop Menon clicks like–Extra marital affair.
Could have used Jayasurya and Unni Mukundan more.
3. The Judgment Day by Vinod Vijayan (written by himself)
A doctor is in a police interrogation table for a murder happened in his apartment, for further bad luck it was just two days after the accidental death of his wife. This short-film fills the whole second half.
A typical Fahadh Faasil kinda character and he does a great job. He was brilliant
in showing fear, tension and anger. Bhama looks beautiful and Tanushree is there.
Who was the guy who played as the cool cop? Impressed. The slow pace of this
film actually helps viewers to connect with the character. It was well done
with few confusing mixing scenes.