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“Saagara naal therinjuduchuna vaazhara naal naragam aayudum” – That’s AGS Entertainment’s Vai Raja Vai best explained – a film aptly made by Aishwaryaa R Dhanush, daughter and a proven fan (with this movie) of Thalaivar Rajinikanth. Anymore said about the movie might end up being a spoiler. Hence, let’s move on straight to what worked […]
First things first. We got the privilege of watching the uncut 172.50 minutes version of Kamal Haasan’s ambitious film Uttama Villain and to be honest, the man stuns you with an extraordinary performance. At this running time, it’s no surprise that the film feels inordinately long and has its own indulgent moments but on the […]
Samy is known for his controversial themes like Uyir and Sindhu Samaveli which have drawn flaks from critics as well as family audiences in the past. Thankfully, Kangaroo is an emotional thriller which depicts the brother-sister bonding presented in a reasonably clean manner.
Looks like Raghava Lawrence, who tasted success with the earlier versions of his horror comedy, Muni franchise has returned with full vigor and confidence aiming for box office glory yet again. Has he done it again is the big question now?
After 2 successive misses, Mani Ratnam attempts a comeback through OK Kanmani. Loosely termed as Alaipayuthey- 2, does OK Kanmani live up to its expectations and put the master story-teller back on his pedestal?
“Why are you upset as though you are just served Sambhar rice at a Muslim wedding?” Sivakozhundhu asks Sathya when he holds up a dull face after an issue. For all those who know that Nannbenda is another flick that exploits the Santhanam – Udhayanidhi chemistry, it is quite evident that ‘Sivakozhundhu’ here, is Santhanam […]
What started as an ambitious street racing series, has now turned into a revenge saga. What comes to your mind when you say Fast and Furious (FF)? Speed, definitely speed, the gloss, exotic cars and hot chicks. You will find all these in this seventh edition of Fast and Furious too. A series which had […]
First thing first, Karthi’s Komban doesn’t glorify or degrade particular caste; instead the film is a routine mass masala entertainer with all the necessary commercial trappings and cliches which are considered to be the favorite of the masses (or B & c centres?)
Love works in mysterious ways! Vinoth’s various forms of love and effects of each one, is the crux of Valiyavan. While one valuable relationship is disturbed by a negative external force, the other love takes a different manifestation and drives Vinoth to avenge the casualty. In short, Valiyavan is the collective effect of various manifestations […]
Blood comes at a cost and its price being more blood! Thilagar is a story of an intra-caste war, particularly between a rational man (Kishore), a prideful (Poo Ram) and their families. As losses grow on each side, so does the thirst for blood.
The title makes you wonder if this is some kind of spoof. But as the film reels out, you realize the aptness of it. There could not have been a better fitting title.
In Tamil cinema, to reach the top and get mass base as a star, one has to do an action hero role. And the most preferred role is that of an honest no-nonsense cop who takes on the baddies. Sivakarthikeyan who made a smooth transition from television anchor to popular cinema as man with funny […]
Cable Sankar, a film critic who is also known for his writings on cinema business, makes his foray into the industry as a director in Thottal Thodarum, produced by Thoovar Chandrashekar.
Climax is what makes or breaks a movie ! The satisfaction from a climax directly depends on the process it puts the subjects through. The more difficult the process, the more fruitful is the level of satisfaction from the climax. SJ Suryah draws courage from the new wave cinema in Tamil and comes with an […]
Sundar C’s Aambala has this election campaign sequence, in which the hero asks the leader of the party he supports, to throw a question to public, addressing a Ramasamy, asking about his welfare and also his coconut tree’s well-being.