A solid debut for Rajkumar Periyasamy

Rangoon review: 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

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

Gives hope that a perfect world like this is actually out there somewhere.

Brindhavanam review:The biggest strength of Radha Mohan is his ability to convey a highly emotional content with sublime humour

A wafer-thin storyline filled with crass comic sequence which relies on a bunch of comedians for the screenplay proceedings

Saravanan Irukka Bayamaen Review: The much hyped funny one-liners of Soori didn’t work and it would have been great if Ezhil used Yogi Babu more as his portions comparatively worked better. The rest of the comedians including Mansoor Ali Khan, Chams and Madhumitha fail to attract us.

A film with an interesting concept that fails to turn impressive mainly due to commercial compromises and lack of fine writing

Yeidhavan review: To conclude, the film had an interesting plot but the shoddy execution in second half make it an average watch.

Enga Amma Rani review- Amateurish attempt

Enga Amma Rani review- This one is a plodding ride with the contrived screenplay, lazy writing, and outdated film making.

Dhanush has packaged Pa Paandi in such a way that the film has necessary commercial elements including fight, romance, endearing songs and family sentiments

Pa Paandi review-A well-intentioned film that wants to make some crucial points. It is a watchable feel-good entertainer.

Right mixture of humour and good performances from a fresh cast

Maanagaram review: It is a gripping film that seizes your full attention. Book your tickets and you will not regret

Filled with more twists and turns than you’re likely to find on the Western Ghats

Kuttram 23 review: It is both intelligent and exciting. A gripping cop thriller skillfully directed by Arivazhagan

The blame for this film rests squarely with its makers

Muthuramalingam review: The blame for this film rests squarely with its makers. You have to wonder how it qualifies as entertainment of any sort?

A cocktail of harebrained predictable plot, exhausting action scenes and slapstick comedy

Si 3 review: We wish Hari, the commercial director who gave us blockbuster hits in the past had invested more time to write a believable story and presented it with some style

The film belongs to Arvind Swamy who rules as Aditya, from the beginning to the end.

Bogan review: Worthy of a watch for its new theme, rich visuals and music, fantastic performances by Jayam Ravi and Arvind Swamy and fine making by Laxman.