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ShareThaakka Thaakka offers a hard-hitting story line and topnotch action sequences but are they contagious enough to beguile the crowd’s attention over its run time of close to 2 and a half hours?. The film aims to be a concoction of masala elements – action, romance, comedy and sentiment keeping a topical theme – sexual […]
ShareThani Oruvan directed by Mohan Raja opens with the statement saying that the story is not as horrifying as reality. Raja further gives a slight skew to the age old saying on friendship and proclaims – tell me about your enemy and I will tell you who you are.
ShareWith a head-turning starcast and good production values, Thani Oruvan comes off as a well written mind game thriller which works, despite its shortcomings in narration clarity.
ShareSTR’s long awaited Vaalu is a romantic mass masala film which will satisfy his die-hard fans as their matinee-idol’s energetic screen presence along with Santhanam’s witty one-liners saves the show.
ShareWatching a Rajesh film is like buying an iPhone. With every new model, the changes are very minimal and the features remain the same. But it feels good to buy the latest version. Rajesh new film Vasuvum Saravananum Onna Padichavanga (VSOP) delivers what we expect from the director– a brainless, time pass, popcorn entertainer!
ShareThe plot of the movie revolves around the lead actress Shantini who plays a very prominent role in this movie. The plot revolves around the actress who is stuck between two guys, who have different mind sets. This movie is a perfect blend of romance, drama, action and suspense. The screen play is a little […]
ShareThere are 4 unemployed young boys who spend their time in robbery, drinking and eating. They also spend their time in Committing minor criminal acts.
ShareSelvandhan is a film consisting of umpty number of paired oppositions. It brings to you the life of a lofty rich man and at the same time shows the struggles of a destitute peasant, and more such oppositions. This rhythm of showing the mountains and valleys of human life starts off from the very first […]
ShareDirector Sarkunam’s Chandi Veeran is a typical village based commercial cinema with a message on safeguarding clean water resources. The story is wafer thin and tries hard to be a message oriented movie.
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.