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ShareAL Vijay is always known for making soft, feel good movies with colorful frames and heart touching music. The director’s latest movie Idhu Enna Mayam is no exception but here the plot is very familiar and hence it ends up as another candy floss romantic drama.
ShareJayam Ravi and comedy specialist director Suraaj team up for Appatakkar which was rechristened as Sakalakalavallavan recently. Alas, other than the title, there is nothing memorable about the film despite the presence of so many leading actors.
ShareIt is said that old age is second childhood. In many ways Orange Mittai directed by Biju Viswanath seems to touch upon this theory, on the way caressing associated issues in the evening of life.
ShareNaalu Policum Nalla Irundha Oorum (NPNO) is the story of how a calm, serene, trouble-free village turns messy because of few immature acts of four policemen. It’s a loose adaptation of a classic English film ‘Ask a Policemen’. However, the story of the film is too flimsy to be made into a full length feature […]
ShareDhanush’s Maari follows the tried and tested template of the age-old mass commercial movies of Tamil cinema. Director Balaji Mohan has perfectly glorified the protagonist with punch dialogues, slow-motion shots and an adrenaline pumping background score by Anirudh. It is a film that makes no bones, no pretenses about the fact that it is packaged […]
Share‘Spectacular’ is the one word that comes to your mind after watching hit machine SS Rajamouli’s Baahubali. It is must watch for its grandiose production values and breathtaking action sequences which are eloquently performed by two handsome hunks-Prabhas and Rana Daggubatti.
ShareFirst things First! Remaking a well received, cult classic movie like Drishyam into another language is definitely not a cake walk.
ShareVeteran comedy actor Vivek has once again tries his luck as a hero with Palakkattu Madhavan. Unlike Vivek’s previous heroic venture Naan Thaan Bala, this movie sticks to comedy genre and manages to engage us only because of the actor’s screen presence.
ShareThere cannot be a better material for films than Thirukkural. Universal messages wrapped in two lines, ironical, sweet at times and also really short. Yagavarayinum Naa Kaakka is one such film based on a disclaimer, actually a pick from one of Thiruvalluvar’s masterpieces – Exercise caution on your tongue. Fondly called as YNK, this action-drama-thriller […]
ShareIn cinematic parlance, the mere mention of three words or ‘andha moonae moonu vaarthai’, by default, indicates ‘I love you’. This is an accepted theory and movie followers are much aware of this. But in the Madhumitha directorial Moonae Moonu Vaarthai (MMV), the three words refer to something else which her lead characters are involved […]
ShareKaaval was noted pre-release for its impressively cut teaser and the subsequent trailer which hinted that the film was about the menace of contract killers around Tamil Nadu and how the cops curb them.
ShareWhen you make a film on time travel, three things are ineludible – fancy gadgets, a geeky scientist and the time jumping laws (how the time machine works). Though we have quite a few films talking about time machine and time travels in the West, people who are not exposed to such kind of films […]
ShareVadivelu, the one-time successful comedian is trying his luck once again to play the hero. His Eli is an unmitigated disaster and is probably the worst movie he has ever done as a hero.
ShareFirst-timer Lakshman turns director with Romeo Juliet, the Shakespearean characters that are immortalized and remembered whenever there is mention of love. The Tamil film Romeo Juliet is also about love but refreshingly, a very practical and a realistic take (for most parts) on this ubiquitous feeling.
ShareLaughter has a direct effect on the life span. The more you laugh and smile, the longer you live. But, what does that make Santhanam, an artiste who constantly works hard to make his fans laugh?