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Times of India
The film revolves around the life of two lovers after marriage and how they rediscover their love after a series of differences
: Saji Surendran has grown smarter with his new film Angry Babies. He is also a quick learner who wants to avoid his own mistakes. Usually, he wants his characters to have lot of fun and mostly it is between husbands and wives. He lets them indulge before he picks each of them by their neck and dips them in mush so that they could be baptized into better mortals. However in some cases, tear glands erupt beyond control marooning the very intentions of the director.
The film is about friction between a husband and wife after they eloped and got married. The director gives minimal advice in the film, and the few in it would be subtle and wrapped in humour.
The tact augurs considerably well for a film which otherwise has a simple, ordinary tale to tell. In a church, the bride runs off with the photographer and they end up in Mumbai, the scenes are shown with such swiftness as though a slight drag could spoil the pie.
After a year, Sarah (Bhavana) and Jeevan (Anoop) decide to split. The reasons are never revealed as the narrative then heads straight into their life after they have filed a divorce petition. The altercations are seldom tense or bitter for Saji and his script writer Krishna Poojapura consciously subdue all that is serious. In a group of sequences marked by cartoonish characters that strongly serve reminders of other language films moving around same plot, the husband and wife are made to feel insecure, jealous and angry.
The friends of the hero also arrive so that the comic vein never bursts. Anoop continues to search for a space as an actor with an identity while Bhavana plays within her limits. Rift between dissonant couples often roll out into raucous laughter, mainly owing to the vivacity of the actors who are involved, something which is missing in Angry Babies.
The film will certainly come across as a pleasant watch for families who would enjoy certain situations in the film, but as a mass entertainer, it might fall a bit short.