1 July 2013 | nairtejas
Full Of Filth & Lewdness. ♦ 23%
So, Lal's son wants to direct a movie. He says he's inspired by his father. Not a single scene turns out to be Lal's inspiration. The film only causes revulsion.
It starts off with a sequence no relation whatsoever to the main plot which unfortunately doesn't have a valid story. Kili Poyi was the first Malayalam stoner film. This could be second with the level of alcohol/drugs depiction astronomical. A bunch of drunkards trying to save a couple from the clutches of the girl's mafia brothers? Ridiculous. And the comedy is brought out by vulgar representations, lewd dialogs and salacious references. Respectable artists mouthing such debauched remarks are the last thing I could imagine.
Asif Ali aims a potshot at Fahadh Faasil. That directly evinces his unprofessionalism. His character can be described in one word: DESPICABLE. Bhavana disappoints with - raunchy costumes, inviting stances and blown-up portrayal. Lal's & Suresh Krishna's portrayals are good. Baburaj is the only person who entertains. The supporting cast try very hard to amuse, but fail.
Skrillex playing in the background during poignant scenes, substandard editing, grueling plot, average screenplay, meaningless narration and some superfluous relationships underlying are what Honey Bee is all about. A merciless 2.3/10 for this claptrap.
BOTTOM LINE: Not recommended. Teenagers who get excited with on-screen obscenity, vulgar jokes & obnoxious references can go & enjoy.
Can be watched with a typical Indian family? NO
Profanity: Mediocre | Nudity: No | Vulgarity: Critical | Sex/Foreplay: No; Implied | Violence: Very Critical | Gore: Critical | Smoking/Alcohol: Strong | Drugs: Mediocre