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Catchy titles aren’t enough to attract audiences to theaters

Yet another half-baked experiment, as the director is not sure whether to approach his script in a full-fledged commercial route or artistic way

In many ways feels half-baked and wanting

Director Gaurav Narayanan's action packed thriller that fails to deliver a coherent, riveting experience

A formulaic mass masala action film with a strong social message

'Mersal' belongs to Vijay and he totally steals the show with his comic timing, mass dialogue delivery, powerful screen presence and racy moves.

A decent watch this festival season

The director has rightly packaged the film with local flavors and evergreen family drama. Vijay Sethupathi steals the show with his effervescent energy level

Mahesh Babu reminds us of Vijay in many scenes but the actor shines in his own style and majestic screen presence.

We have an intelligent hero on a mission, he has a happy family, does silly romance with an annoying heroine and all of a sudden faces an intriguing challenge from a deadly villain. This is the movie in a nutshell.

Neither frightens you nor evokes any laughter

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.

The movie transports us from the movie hall to a live concert atmosphere

Aimed at those who cannot afford to buy a ticket to Rahman's concert and get the magical experience

Not unique but ends up as a watchable film entertaining the target audiences with comedy gags

Is not unique but ends up as a watchable film, entertaining the target audiences with comedy gags.

A smartly written and executed action thriller with required elements to captivate audiences till the end

A smartly written and executed action thriller with required elements to captivate audiences till the end

Jayam Ravi is the sole draw of this film, and he works hard for his top billing

It has its own flaws but sure to entertain kids and family audiences this holiday season

A solid debut for Rajkumar Periyasamy

Rajkumar Periyasamy's intelligent writing is the biggest strength, especially the first half moves like a tracer bullet

An average watch only because of the predictable second half and climax

It has its own flaws, the film's concept is interesting but towards the end, the screenplay fizzles out