5 September 2017 | TheDennisBergkampFan
Amal Neerad runs into Spielberg in a Mall
I have no idea who Amal Neerad is but I have heard the name a couple of times. So I am guessing he must be some sort of a big shot in the Malayalam film industry.
I am sure this guy must have had an idol growing up. He must have looked up to a Scorsese or a Spielberg wanting to be like them when he grows up.
So lets say he runs into Spielberg somewhere. It definitely cannot be an International film festival because if he keeps making movies like these they would not allow him near one.
So lets say Amal Neerad is shopping at a Food market and he runs into Spielberg. Neerad has looked up to Spielberg his whole life. He walks up to Spielberg and introduces himself. Tells him that he became a director because of him. Tells him that he has made a movie titled CIA:Comrade in America that he would want his idol Spielberg to watch.
So Spielberg says, Fine. He takes a copy of the movie with him. Goes home. Watches it. Dies laughing.
Its just that bad.
Dulquer seems to have peaked with Kammattipaadam.He needs to become more selective with the movies he chooses to act in.
I have never held a video camera in my hand but I am quite certain that I would have done a better job at making a movie than the director.
I have never acted in a movie or aspired to be in one but even I would have read the script and arrived at the conclusion that literally nothing good can come from acting in this tripe other than get paid.
There have been dozens of movies made about how perilous the Mexican-US border crossing is but in this one Dulquer and Co just canter across the border with minimal fuss. I hope they don't release this movie in South America.