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If somebody can emotionally validate the incoming of a ghost, that will be director Mysskin for you. Pisaasu is a horror film as promoted, but with a novel touch. The director once again proves he is gutsy and audacious to encounter the Pisaasu from the very first frame. If the intent of a film is […]
Vanmam (Vengeance) is overtly a revenge story as the title suggests. Director Jai Krishna has set the whole scene up in Nagercoil, where he has carefully carved out the very nativity of the soil. But, does the movie live up to our expectations?
At a time when the same old beaten to death themes invade the screens week after week, here is Kaadu directed by debutant Stalin Ramalingam that stands out for its earnest concern for our dwindling natural resources especially forests and for recording the plight of people who are dependent on the woodlands.
For all those uninitiated populace, the name Appuchi Gramam may sound a little odd especially the Appuchi part, making one wonder if it’s a children’s film. But, on the contrary, the milieu is something different from the usual.
Debutant director Caarthick Raju’s Thirudan Police is a nice fun ride. It is well written comedy entertainer which also has a strong emotional story about the bonding between a father and son. And also an entertaining hide and seek thriller featuring a cop with a vengeance.
Although this Arjun directorial is advertised as the sequel of the much popular Jai Hind of 1994, the current story has no connection with its predecessor but for sharing the basic fulcrum which is the love for nation that the Action King is quite famous for.
Prolific director Kannan is back with his own script, Oru Oorla Rendu Raja (OORR). As the title says, two goodhearted men are the lead players with the comedian (Soori) in fact taking center-stage. When the two men are aimlessly travelling on a train journey, they encounter a beautiful and purposeful young woman (Priya Anand), and […]
Loud and fierce men, flying SUVs and shimmering billhooks are a package that comes with all the movies of Hari and he himself has always been confirming that this is indeed his style.
After Thuppakki, Vijay and AR Murugadoss have come together with sky high expectations from fans and critics. Kaththi is about Jeevanandam and Kathiresan, both enacted by Vijay in a dual role. The movie is a case of mistaken identity embroils an escaped convict in a fight against a large corporation intent on seizing a village’s land.
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.