Watchman Movie Review
GV Prakash Kumar,Raj Arjun,Yogi Babu,Samyuktha Hegde,Ravi Prakash,Swaminathan, Ramdoss ,Sabha ,Swa minathan ,Suman Talwar etc.
Directer – A. L. Vijay,Producer – Arun Mozhi Manickam,Written – A. L. Vijay.Music – G. V. Prakash Kumar, Cinematography – Nirav Shah,Editer – Anthony,Production Company – Double Meaning Productions,PRO – Suresh Chandra & Rekha D’One etc.
The story starts right from the word ‘Go!’. Bala played by (GV Prakash Kumar) comes out of a police station and seems very nervous about something. As he is striding on his bike thinking about gathering money to pay back his loan, he stumbles upon a big villa. Once he hears that everyone from that house is not in town that night, he decides to rob the house. When he climbs the villa’s compound wall and jumps on the other side, his fall is deep. The task and the wall seemed possible at first but then just as Bala, we fall into something deeper. Bala’s multiple attempts to somehow break into the villa without causing a scene gets him face to face with Bruno, the dog. Fi nally, after failed attempts to escape Bruno, he gains courage and gets into the villa.
Thievery young guy convinces into safeguard after the tragedy – being filled with a hope of a favorable outcome, nonexistent of excited anticipation.“Watchman” is an upcoming movie after the flick of “Kuppathu Raja” there is no great difference in G. V. Prakash’s acting enforced in his script. The film executes for 90 minutes filled with a debt guy’s long struggling, how he comes out of the liability, with the stuffing element of terrorism has been pr ojected in the second half. The film was directed by A. L. Vijay and his script descriptions had been observed wh en a dog starts to help the theft guy in a bungalow. Obviously, the film couldn’t follow the twisted.In the op ening, G. V. Prakash Kumar runs from the debtor’s threatening and he faces the consequences in the each sequel.
The film was produced by Arun Mozhi Manickam and the music is being composed by G. V. Prakash Kumar, even though the script was leading with G.V. Prakash in the second half Ex-Commissioner and his dog play a vital role, other than Raj Arjun, Samyuktha Hedge, Ravi Prakash, Swaminathan and Yogi Babu support the film.G V. Prakas h (Bala), who lost his money in the water business that the loan financier, who is a person ruthless an av ar icious and dishonest towards Bala, that the guy pledges his 97 model of a bike to get some money. But Bala failed in all his steps. In this situation, Bala was getting engaged with his loved one, in that scenario the financed person who was arrogant to him. This made him to push in a bungalow to loot the lump sum amount.
In a dark bungalow, Bala tried to jump inside to grab the money. Unfortunately, Bala was noticed by an inte llec tual dog, Bala tried to escape from the place, suddenly he was pushed in the digging area. Now, the overbold ani mal started to help towards Bala and pushes him inside the house. In the situation Bala comes to know that the bungalow was trapped by the terrorist people.In the second half, the script was holding appropriately on Bala’s financial status is being washed out was clear cuts in the intermission. Yes, obviously Bala and a dog safeguard an Ex-commissioner and for the sentiment the dog sacrifices his soul for his master and the targeted terrorist was killed by Bala’s hand in a toughest circumstance. As said earlier G. V. Prakash performance was as usual not hing new and distinctive observed and his BGM worked out well and for GV, Yogi Babu and Sayyeshaa a song was stuffed in the climax. Yogi Babu comical hasn’t upgraded.Watchman – watchable.
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Man’s timeline is very short (24 hours), also its running time is just 95 minutes, but director Vijay has managed to pack a lot within this duration. The hero Bala (GV Prakash) finds himself in deep waters when he fails on his pa yment to a loan shark. In love with a girl (Samyuktha Hegde,) he becomes more and more hopeless when her par ents visit him and fix a date for the engagement.Desperate times call for extraordinary action, and the hero de cides that breaking in to a bungalow and stealing money is the way forward. Of course, if there’s anything we’ve grasped from burglary in the past, things never go as planned. A dog shows up in the bungalow and initially it co mes across as a hindrance. But the situation becomes much bigger than a quick grab for cash when he learns that a few terrorists right in this vicinity are chasing the canine’s master (Suman).With such a good setup, the director could have given an edge-of-a-seat thriller. The story starts right from the word ‘Go!’.
Bala played by (GV Prakash Kumar) comes out of a police station and seems very nervous about something. As he is striding on his bike thinking about gathering money to pay back his loan, he stumbles upon a big villa. Once he hears that everyone from that house is not in town that night, he decides to rob the house. When he climbs the villa’s compound wall and jumps on the other side, his fall is deep. The task and the wall seemed possible at first but then just as Bala, we fall into something deeper. Bala’s multiple attempts to somehow break into the villa without causing a scene gets him face to face with Bruno, the dog. Finally, after failed attempts to escape Bruno, he gains courage and gets into the villa.Where the movie errs is in its execution and logic missing in few places. What starts off interestingly loses its steam midway and ends in a hurried manner.
GV Prakash does a fine job in keeping things together, and Suman also does his part well. The well-trained Bruno (Golden Retriever) is cute and gives a neat performance. The rest including Yogi Babu don’t have much of a role. The cinematography by Nirav Shah and Saravanan Ramaswamy and intrusive music G.V. Prakash go well with the theme of the film.WATCHMAN is a thriller that is directed by Vijay and has GVP in the lead. After the dismal Kuppathu Raja GVP is back on the screens with this film that is produced by Double Meaning Productions (wha tever it means).After a barrage of “horror comedies” comes “dog movies”. With holidays around the corner this looked a good move and also the promotions baiting the viewers projecting the “dog effect”. A dog’s performa nce is always a huge incentive and even here it looks well set.
Sadly, we have a hero in the movie too,so there is a totally unnecessary backdrop, a very tiring buildup and a silly predictable climax that makes WATCHMAN tough to endure. The thrill element is dull, the comedy forced and the drama behind everything very annoying.BRUNO as the dog, sadly has little to do despite being the only rea son to watch the movie. GVP continues to do what he does unimpressively. Yogi Babu is here as a namesake and goes about the proceedings without any interest. Suman is wooden and Samyuktha Hegde? Oh well she is here and there..Nirav Shah’s cinematography and GVP’s music would make you feel like you are watching a riveting thriller, which is unfortunately not the case. Anthony’s crisper editing could have done away half of what we saw. Dialogues are standard while direction by Vijay sub standard.WATCHMAN, even at 90 plus minutes is one of the longest you might want to spend in the theatre.
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Written By- T.H.PRASAD -B4U-Ratting-3 /5