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Lisaa review: It is neither thrilling or engaging!

Lisaa review: There is nothing to write about the film, which neither thrills nor engages us,

Monster review: A comedy entertainer

Monster review: This one is sure to work with the kids and families for its theme and likable presentation.

Ayogya review:This rape-revenge drama will certainly work with the masses

Vishal shines in "Ayogya", a revenge drama with grand visuals. The film is marred by too many songs.

Kee review: Well researched but falls short of expectations

"Kee" is Average. The songs and comedy scenes are totally needless for a techno psychological thriller like this.

100 review: A watchable cop action entertainer

Director Sam Anton’s "100" is a passable cop action entertainer which works mainly because of the engaging second half.

Mehandi Circus review: This feel-good love story is poignant and powerful

The plot of "Mehandi Circus" is stale, but the milieu, presentation, fresh cast and songs make it entertaining

Super Deluxe review: Benefits enormously from winning performances by its lead actors

Super Deluxe review: Kudos to Vijay Sethupathi and Samantha who has put in the best performance as Shilpa and Vaembu

Watch 'Airaa' for Nayanthara's towering performance as Bhavani, as she quietly seals a place in your heart

With Airaa, Nayanthara has taken the biggest leap of faith playing a dual role and one of them turns out to be the biggest surprise and the highlight of the film.

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

Thadam is loosely based on various real-life crimes where the suspects are identical twins

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.

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.