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60 Vayadu Maaniram review- The film reaches out because it’s sincere!

60 Vayadu Maaniram review- It’s one of the best films this year, and one you will carry in your heart for years.

In 'Imaikka Nodigal' Nayanthara shines as the bold, daring CBI officer

Imaikka Nodigal review: This crime thriller is well shot and skillfully executed, but what it needed was a tighter script with fewer holes.

Odu Raja Odu is an experimental black comedy which can be watched for the attempt of a young team

Odu Raja Odu review - An experimental black comedy which can be watched for the attempt of a young team.

An age old horror comedy which can be watched only for Trisha

Mohini review: A template horror comedy with familiar scenes, revenge angle and a relevant social message. The biggest attraction in the film is Trisha who not only looks good but carries the film on her shoulders

Watchable for the comedy sequences and impressive work of Yuvan Shankar Raja

Semma Botha Aagathey review: The first half of the film moves leisurely until the main conflict pops up and to be honest, the pre-interval comedy portion featuring Karunakaran and Manobala offers us some good entertainment.

Bhaskar Oru Rascal review: Falls flat both in comedy and sentiments

Bhaskar Oru Rascal review:The first half of the film is slightly better with some good entertainment, thanks to the cute kids and Arvind Swamy

A formulaic masala entertainer with predictable twists and turns

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.

The first half moves at a rapid pace but the second half lacks the tempo

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

A smart horror movie with charming characters

Sanguchakkaram review:The film is meant only for kids. It works because you care for them and their performances are authentic

Sathya is essential viewing, a film that deserves to be watched

Sathya review: Unquestionably one of the smartest films this year, the biggest strength of Sathya is its unpredictability

It is compelling, moving and quite unlike anything else, you’re likely to watch this year

Aramm review- It is a magnificent effort, one that deserves to be applauded for its honesty and message it conveys.

Neither entirely satisfying nor boring

Solo review: It is an anthology of four different characters Shekhar, Trilok, Shiva and Rudhra, all played by Dulquer Salmaan