The time of the year has already arrived, when you watch a film and wonder if you have finally experienced the nadir of film viewing. To be precise, I'm talking of a film called 'Ideal Couple', the biggest USP of which is Thilakan.
The couple in question is played by Usha Uthup and Nassar, who enact the roles of Sophy and her husband Nambiar. They win some reality show as the best couple on TV, and Aashaan (Thilakan), an ex-burglar and his team, plan a final operation to loot them of the prize money.
There is little about this film that I can actually remember, except vague, disconnected conversations here and there, like the ones that you hear at chat sessions where all the friends sound bored and dropping off to sleep. These rambling dialogues are what make up most of the film and there is not one dialogue in the entire two hours that you would carry back home with you.