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
Sarvam Thaala Mayam has a simple, uncomplicated storytelling that leaves a smile on your face. GV Prakash is earnest and sincere! Nedumudi Venu as the 'mridangam vidwan' is fabulous
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.
Director Suseenthiran wanted to talk about a serious issue in Genius, but the way he dealt with it is insensitive and illogical
The biggest problem with Genius is that we cannot relate with the protagonist and his issues
Vada Chennai takes its time to unfold, and you may enjoy if you muster the patience for it
Mani Ratnam’s best work in recent time. He has crafted a powerful film with four protagonists
The film’s key weapon is Nayanthara who plays the protagonist and a remarkable soundtrack by Anirudh Ravichander.
There is something charming and genuinely funny about this film especially the hilarious second half.
Sometimes, a good laugh is all you need to make your day. Don’t miss this one.
An engaging mass entertainer because the director has once again retained the emotional essence which worked big time in the first part.
The director's intentions were honest but the complicated story about love, relationships, surrogacy and incest is not gripping or engaging
The story line demands a realistic execution but Arjun prefers to play it to the gallery, which is the film's biggest drawback.