Bhaagamathie review: The horror sequences didn't work much as the director only repeated the familiar situations to scare us but the contemporary political sequences work out reasonably well.
Balloon review- It follows the tried and tested commercial formula for a hit horror thriller and what works big time here is the comedy and Yogi Babu's one liners
Sanguchakkaram review:The film is meant only for kids. It works because you care for them and their performances are authentic
Sathya review: Unquestionably one of the smartest films this year, the biggest strength of Sathya is its unpredictability
Aramm review- It is a magnificent effort, one that deserves to be applauded for its honesty and message it conveys.
Solo review: It is an anthology of four different characters Shekhar, Trilok, Shiva and Rudhra, all played by Dulquer Salmaan
Theru Naaigal Review: Director Hari must be appreciated for trying to convey a much-needed message through a crisp film but he should work a lot in screenplay and execution to exactly bring his ideas on the big screen.
Bayama Irukku review: Horror comedies are aimed to provide a wholesome entertainment with scary elements blend with slapstick humor to bring the roof down. But as they say, comedy is a serious business and if the director is not sure of what he s doing, things can always go wrong.
Kathanayagan review- It’s up to Vishnu Vishal to breathe life into this lazy film…which he does. Overall, 'Kathanayagan' is a plain and simple bore.
From the word go, the film fails to engage us and we are unable to relate with any of the characters
Puriyatha Puthir review: Though the running time is a little above 120 mints, the slow moving screenplay tests our patience
Kurangu Bommai review:When potential biggies are limping at unable to satisfy the public, small gems like this one comes as a pleasant surprise
Meesaya Murukku review: A decent debut directorial and heroic outing from Adhi.