Film: Jack And Daniel
Cast: Dileep, Arjun Sarja, Anju Kurian
Director: S. L. Puram Jayasurya
Reviewer: George Sylex
What's About - Dileep's Jack and Daniel is a wait-and-see game with a cop and a thief. Jack is a sneak-thief who takes black cash from degenerate individuals and corrupt politicians. Daniel Alexander is brought in to help Kerala Police to catch Jack. Would he be able to prevent Jack from stealing black money? This structures the essential story of SL Puram Jayasurya's obsolete thriller.
Analysis - A thriller like Jack Daniel could have worked just if it were made as a quick-paced and smart film. While this film is jazzy, it is definitely not quick-moving and, therefore, gives the spectators such a great amount of time to feel that it fizzles and crashes and burns on its face. Screenplay writer has composed content of outright comfort, which the savvy crowd of today will find hard to process. Twists and turns by all accounts are unsurprising and parallel plot doesn't work appropriately to the story. At the point when the entirety of Jack's errands is accomplished, he transforms into a one-man to Save the military family with his trust.
While the story is a little fascinating, the screenplay messes up the endeavor so gravely that the film ends up being an exhausting fare. Over it, the dramatization is so since quite a while ago drawn that it tests the viewer's understanding, particularly in the second half. This isn't to say that there aren't any plus points to focuses on the film. The climax isn't half as energizing as it should have been. Also, the film needs sentiment in light of the fact that the content doesn't enable the sentimental track to truly come through.
Performances - Going to the performances, it must be referenced that few of the lead players have spoken they're discoursed in a level way and with many similar articulations all through the film. Dileep looks attractive with his pleasant ensembles, yet there is nothing extraordinary in his acting. The role appears to be unfit for him. His dialogue conveyance fails to impress anyone. Arjun looks forceful like his Mankatha style. But his job appears to be extremely repetitive like other cop thrillers. Saiju Kurup experiences his role with earnestness. He brings out giggling at certain spots. His acting is most likely the best in the film. Ashokan is great at certain focuses however I don't figure this much foolish people can be in the police force. Peter Hein's cameo appearance looks undesirable however it is entertaining. There were some tremendous applause and whistles when a few compositions of his hit works appeared on the screen. Anju Kurien looks great, that is it.
Director SL Puram Jayasurya neglect to convey as the filmmaker. Their choice of subject for the actors he has chosen and, more importantly, their acceptance of the screenplay is shocking. Almost certainly, he has given the film a tremendous canvas and awesome shine however what's deficient in the body excellent is the soul. His portrayal is free and it neglects to hold the audience's advantage. But it must be stated, his shot selections are exceptionally stylized. Gopi Sundar and Shaan Rahman's music is a significant positive of the film. Bgm need profundity and doesn't have any effect.
Verdict: Jack And Daniel isn't totally unentertaining however it is significantly frustrating. Featuring an uninterested Dileep, the movie is for those fans who have watched movies like Welcome to Central jail in the theater.