Villa Movie Review
Story begins with a villa barricaded room which contains a strange paintings saw by hero Jebin. Jebin is a budding writer in search of a publisher for his maiden novel. He does not have a very pleasant relationship with his father (Nasser). After Nasser passes away, Jebin finds himself in financial difficulties and is on the verge of losing all his property. Jebin gives up all plans of selling the villa and decides to live there, much to the delight of his girlfriend Aarthi (Sanchita Shetty). Once they move into the house Jebin & Aarthi starts experiencing paranormal incidences. What was the paranormal incidence? What is in strange painting? Rest of the story on screens
Lack of chemistry
Dragged scenes in somewhere
Director creates a story teller. Presenting an completely new concept, with the majority of science elements. The first sequence in second half creates a totally different mood and that is an intelligent move, considering it is a deviation from the style of the Pizza. Deepan has narrated a brief entertainer. But when it comes to making you jump from your seat, ‘Villa’ does not live up to the legacy that ‘Pizza’ has created. The Villa is an satisfying thrilling drama told with much grace and sophistication, that is without doubt, the best way to start off your weekend.
Cinematography of the film is very good. Sound effects have been designed well and the background music is effective. Edition is ok. Production values are quite good.
Villa’ is a clear, quick and clean entertainer.
3 out of 5
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