Manorama Six Feet Under - External Reviews

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21 reviewers have given Manorama Six Feet Under an average rating of 3.2/5.0 (?)

12 yays
6 nays
3 so-so

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Thumbs up by Aparajita Ghosh, Apun Ka Choice ...Verbally sparse, intelligent, and visually striking, the movie holds your interest despite its languid pace.... full review

Thumbs down Bollyvista.com ...Interesting plot and interesting settings, but a huge let down by amateur direction and writing... full review

So-So by Rachel Fernandes, Bollywood Mantra ...Abhay Deol as Satyaveer is able to depict his character quite well, quirky at times smart at others.... full review

Thumbs up by Fatema H Kagalwala, Business of Cinema ...It is to the credit of the screenplay and visual treatment that the suspense and interest are sustained but... full review

Thumbs up by Deepa Gahlot, Cybernoon ...makes a uniquely Indian film, capturing the suffocating ambience of a small town as very few contemporary urban filmmakers in Hindi cinema have... full review

So-So by Smriti Mudgal, DearCinema ...He took on a story that has an issue in hand which is not very simple to explain to masses... full review

Thumbs down by Deep, Deep's Home ...The movie might be good for awards or may be directors but for people like you and me, I don’t think so it was anything more than a confused story... full review

Thumbs down by Martin D'souza, Glamsham.com ...The script leaves a lot of loopholes which leaves one asking questions.... full review

So-So by Khalid Mohamed, Hindustan Times ...Plus there are far too many loose strands and complicated explanations, leading to a somewhat flaccid ending.... full review

Thumbs down by Rajeev Masand, IBN Live ...It's unlikely that Manorama Six Feet Under will appeal to all, mostly because it unfolds at a pace slower than a melting candle.... full review

Thumbs up by Praveen Lance Fernandes, indiatimes ... China Town was a complete diverse film and not an easy movie to understand in its first view. Manorama is a bit simpler to comprehend but that doesn’t mean you keep your brains at home.... full review

Thumbs down by Sreeram Ramachandran, M TV ...The plot is labryinthine, with this connecting to that connecting to something else connecting to that other thing until you feel very disconnected.... full review

Thumbs up by Anupama Chopra, NDTV ...Manorama doesn't have the elegant layering of China Town... full review

Thumbs up by Subhash K Jha, Now Running.com ...The technicians behind the film work in an unselfconscious spirit, as though they were part of a reality that goes beyond cinema.... full review

Thumbs up by Jahan Bakshi, Now Running.com ...The story's many twists and turns are laid out in an expert, mature and subtle fashion by the director as the film progresses smoothly,... full review

Thumbs up by Siddharth Pillai, Passion for Cinema ...Abhay Deol is no Jack Nicholson but he isn’t trying to be. He epitomizes the middle-class middle-age crisis and with gradual progression comes on his own in the climax,... full review

Thumbs down by Hanumant Bhansali, Radio Sargam ...Gul Panag, Raima Sen are wasted in this film.... full review

Thumbs up by Raja Sen, Rediff ...Abhay is a candid, extremely credible actor... full review

Thumbs up by Nikhat Kazmi, Times of India ... It's a teasing little thriller which moves at a langorous pace in the back waters of Rajasthan.... full review

Thumbs up by Saakshi Juneja, To Each Its Own ...I love it when a script narrates the story of not only its central characters but also allows their surroundings to play a lead as well... full review