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Yaan has solid milieu, at least on paper. However, it is let down by a very weak narration. The movie gets to the scheme of things only by the interval, with songs and preludes for the songs in the first half. And post interval, it takes us through the daring escapades of the lead pair.
“Ellaa naatulaiyum vilaiyaadi thaan thothu povaan. Inga mattum thaan vaaippe kedaikaama thothu poraan.” (In every country people lose only if they play. Only here people lose by not getting an opportunity)
Director Ranjith’s second movie, Madras gets down to business straightaway with minimum fuss. He himself introduces the setting, the area, the characters, the conflicts and along with the ‘Madras’ title track, the establishment part has been done remarkably. The applause begins right from the beginning.
Though Aadama Jaichomada (won despite not playing) is set in the murky cricket betting business milieu, the movie isn’t as dingy as the business is – it is more of a jolly roller coaster ride.
What does it do to a common man when he puts patriotism above his family? Aal is one such story. Ameer, a professor at Sikkim is having the time of his life, but one fine day, just like any other story, he’s put in a fix that could go awry either ways. He just doesn’t […]
When you know you are going for a horror movie, you tend to make sure that you take as many people with you as possible. And when the horror film is directed by Sundar C, the movie watching experience turns out to be a gala fest.
Burma is a crime thriller directed by Dharanidharan, starring Michael, Atul Kulkarni, Sampath and Reshmi Menon in the central roles. Sudharshan Vembutty has bankrolled the film under his banner Square Stone Pictures.
Rajamohan’s Vanavarayan Vallavarayan talks about two inseparable brothers who are jobless and go around mongering mischief all over town. They belong to an affluent family and have no worry in the world. When the elder brother falls in love and the girl also starts reciprocating, things take a turn as the unbreakable bond between the […]
Sigaram Thodu deals with a father-son relationship. The story revolves around the dream of a father to make his son a police officer and how the son reacts to the dream with few twists in the screenplay.
Being a successful engineer is never easy and when you are an ambitious one at that, the struggles ahead of you are plenty. Poriyaalan is the struggle of an ambitious civil engineer who quits his regular job as an assistant engineer, with the hope to begin a new construction firm, but falls prey to a […]
Amara Kaaviyam is yet another movie based on love’s classical premise – a boy (Sathya) who dares everyone to get his love, and a girl (Mia George) who tries to win acceptance from all. And, the movie is about how they deal with the piled up problems and what the problems make the boy and […]
The story of Salim, which predominantly portrays the frustration of a good human, starts only in the second half. Director NV Nirmal Kumar has used the first half to establish the character of Salim, played by Vijay Antony.
After creating a unique place for himself with Paradesi, Atharvaa is back with Irumbu Kuthirai, directed by first timer Yuvaraj Bose. We get to see Atharvaa as a Pondicherry based youngster working part-time as a pizza delivery boy. Like all film heroes, he falls in love and pursues his girl with much passion. The turning […]
Megha, lyrically titled and promoted as an Ilayaraja Festival aptly features the legend’s Uravugal Thodarkadhai and Puthampudu Kaalai numbers in the film, the latter, though appeared in the audio tracks of Alaigal Oyvadhillai, did not find itself in the film.
“A movie without a story”, “Tribute to one hundred years of cinema”, says the tagline of Kadhai Thiraikadhai Vasanam Iyakkam directed by Radhakrishnan Parthiban who is famous for his penchant to be different. And he continues to establish this fact in Kadhai Thiraikadhai Vasanam Iyakkam (KTVI).