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Cocktail Movie Synopsis: Four men end up with a dead girl in their flat. They try to dispose of the body, but end up getting mixed up in in the smuggling of a precious idol.
Cocktail Movie Review: Cocktail has four friends getting together one night of binge drinking. They have a reason to celebrate, as one of them, Anbu (Mithun Maheswaran) is about to be engaged to his girlfriend Tamizhini (Meghana Ellen), the daughter of a police officer (Sayaji Shinde). But they wake up the next morning with no recollection of what happened during that night. And they realise that there is a dead girl in their flat. So, they decide to dispose of the body, but get mixed up with an idol smuggling racket (headed by Mime Gopi). With the cop smelling something fishy, can they get out of the mess unharmed?
Several questions run through our head while watching Cocktail. Let’s get to the one about the title first. Why Cocktail? Is it because the plot feels like a cocktail of many other films like Hangover and Panchathanthiram? Is it because the characters drink? Is it because it has a cockatoo as a character? Secondly, why exactly is Yogi Babu in the film? If it is for comedy, he barely raises a laugh. No, not even a single joke of his lands in this unfunny film that just seems to believe that the mere presence of the actor will make viewers rolling on the floors.
The film’s director Ra Vijayamurugan neither has a feel for the material or even the craft of filmmaking, for that matter. We get scene after unfunny scene with no sense of comic timing, and everything goes by in a mumble of forgettable dialogues and barely enough acting. The writing neither makes us care for the characters nor leads to scenes with nail-biting suspense.
To make matters worse, we get one of the most irritating characters of the year in the form of Anbu’s friend Pandi (Vettukili Bala). Then, there is the constant slut-shaming of a female character, the wife of Age (Kawin), one of the friends, in the name of humour! For two hours, we endure it all, and that only raises one final question — why did we even do it, even if it was on OTT?