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A handful of his supposedly punch-filled lines are also bland. There is also scant regard for logic in many scenes.

The first half itself, the reasons for the events yet to unfold are almost clear and those waiting to be revealed post intermission hardly evoke any thrill as they arrive. The long second half is all about waiting to see what all the hero gets to do to the villains, to punish them. (more)

Source: Deepa Soman, Times Of India


Nivin Pauly & Haneef Adeni Come Up With A Decent Flick!

Mikhael is not a flawless film but still the film definitely qualifies for a decent watch. This one would definitely appeal you, especially if you are a lover of stylishly crafted movies with a good share share of mass, emotional and thrilling elements.(more)

Source: Abhijith, One India


Nivin Pauly struggles through a pretentious, pompous affair

The Great Father. And to be fair to Adeni, although he carries forward his man-as-ultimate-protector-of-the-family theme here too, unlike the women of The Great Father who were almost irrelevant to the action, the hero's sister in Mikhael is not only essential to the proceedings, she actually has so...(more)

Source: Anna MM Vetticad, Firstpost.com


This Nivin Pauly film will give you a migraine

Adeni as well could have named this film, The Great Brother, instead of Mikhael, which goes with the tagline � The Guardian Angel. Sure, Pauly would have been an unsung 'guardian angel' of the moviegoers, only if he had not signed such a migraine-inducing incoherent mess, which kills our desire to b...(more)

Source: Manoj Kumar R, Indian Express


An Unoriginal Sin

It's the kind of film one ends up with when one thinks in terms of sequences rather than a cohesive screenplay(more)

Source: VISHAL MENON, Filmcompanion.in


Tightly-paced, testosterone-fueled entertainment

Mikhael sees Nivin successfully accomplishing something he failed to do in films like Richie and Kayamkulam Kochunni. When the latter became a success, many attributed it to Mohanlal's extended cameo. But Unni, despite doing the best role of his career here, is no Mohanlal. Mikhael, with a role tail...(more)

Source: TNE, The New Indian Express