"Kee" is Average. The songs and comedy scenes are totally needless for a techno psychological thriller like this.
The climax of "K13" is sure to be a huge surprise, but there are many logical loopholes that leave you confused.
A trademark ghost film from Raghava Lawrence. Those who liked Kanchana/Muni franchise will certainly like this one. Others can stay away!
Gangs of Madras for the most part, keeps you on your toes, curious to see where its twists and turns will lead.
Priyanka Ruth as a calculating vigilante protagonist is expressive, and she is fantastic as Raziya
Natpe Thunai well-intentioned and is an engaging watch. But it never rises above that to become a film that could truly make a difference
What holds your attention in the end of Natpe Thunai is the gripping climax hockey match scenes that are filmed effectively
Super Deluxe review: Kudos to Vijay Sethupathi and Samantha who has put in the best performance as Shilpa and Vaembu
July Kaatril is a relevant feel-good drama that sheds light on modern day relationships with pleasant music and neat production design
Technically, July Kaatril is brilliant with fantastic songs and background score from Joshua Sridhar and Dimal Xavier Edwards.
Aghavan's basic premise is quite interesting and the director manages to maintain the suspense until the mid of the second half. Only in the last thirty minutes, we get to know the all the twists which is indeed an interesting move.
Boomerang lacks an original script and is inspired from various films. Technically, cinematographer Prasanna S Kumar has done a good job
Kudos to Chezhiyan to make a movie like this at a time when all his contemporaries are focusing on commercial masala movies!
To Let review: At the end of the film, we only pray for the family to get a peaceful life and a good place
Vantha Rajavathaan Varuven review:An average family entertainer which has its own share of positives and negatives
Charlie Chaplin-2 is a film for audiences who don't care much about the logic, quality or a coherent script
If you are someone who loves to watch slapstick comedies and laugh along with the crowd, Charlie Chaplin 2 is your kind of film! The first half tests our patience with a lot of flaws including poor lip-sync, bad editing and lame jokes. Thankfully the second half is better (in comedy department). As usual, Prabhu Deva is eye pleasing with his dance moves but just cannot carry a film entirely on his shoulders.