Nedunalvaadai is a touching rural emotional drama which captures the real characters and their lives
Nedunalvaadai belongs to ‘Poo’ Ram and Anjali Nair, two amazing performers! The film also deserved a better male protagonist as Elango is just adequate
The presentation is smart and stylish. An engaging whodunit thriller from the word go. The biggest strength is Arun Vijay and his convincing performance as Ezhil and Kavin.
What really works in favour of LKG is the film's satirical take on contemporary murky politics in the country. Balaji’s comical timing and his image is another big advantage.
LKG review: Its timely release, jokes and message is an eye opener for all young voters.
Karthi's 'Dev' ends up being a tiring watch. Karthi has tried hard to look convincing as Dev and carries the film entirely on his shoulder
'Dev' goes for over-the-top emotions, and basically chooses loudness over subtlety. Prakash Raj and Ramya Krishnan are reduced to mere sidekicks to show up at regular intervals to utter some cliched lines.
Siva has packaged the first half as a family drama. Except for the interval fight (which is for fans) , the major portions of the first half will be loved by the family audiences. Slowly, the director also places enough elements to satisfy Thala Ajith’s fans with superb action scenes, mass punch lines, comedy and songs.
Adangamaru review: While the core plot doesn't have anything original to say, it is well shot, well edited and brilliantly enacted by its lead actors.
Maari 2 review: Though a predictable storyline and hurried climax are some of the major flaws, the film may work for its target audiences.
Silukkuvarpatti Singam review: Book your tickets, get your popcorn and have fun!
Seethakathi is yet another showcase of director Balaji Tharaneetharan’s quality as a filmmaker with quirky, original ideas
For an actor to slot this film as his 25th film requires a lot of guts and it proves that Vijay Sethupathi is definitely ‘different'
Evanukku Engeyo Machcham Irukku works partly dude to the glamour quotient and double meaning dialogues
Evanukku Engeyo Machcham Irukku is filled with glamor, double meaning dialogues which works in a few places and falls flat in most of the scenes
Sei has the potential for an engaging commercial entertainer but falls flat due to convenient writing and lifeless characters. Nakkul is, as usual, is over-enthusiastic and tries to fit in the happy-go-lucky character. Heroine Aanchal doesn’t have much scope.
Thimiru Pudichavan is filled with mass masala ingredients so it might not appeal all section of audiences
The theme and message of Thimiru Pudichavan are definitely laudable but the treatment is loud. It will be appreciated by the audiences who love formulaic mass entertainers.