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An age old horror comedy which can be watched only for Trisha

Mohini review: A template horror comedy with familiar scenes, revenge angle and a relevant social message. The biggest attraction in the film is Trisha who not only looks good but carries the film on her shoulders

A comedy entertainer

If the uproarious laughter from the audience, watching Junga in the theatre was any indication, then the film is sure to satisfy its target audiences. The film has few funny moments with clever lines thrown in at lightning speed especially in the first half. What’s interesting is that this cocktail work to some extent as logic and subtlety are sacrificed.

Kadaikutty Singam will satisfy its target audiences & Karthi fans

Kadaikutty Singam review: The film is melodramatic and its preachy tone gives it an old fashioned feel

A compilation of troll worthy moments which audiences were subjected to, in the last eight years

Tamizh Padam 2 review: Sometimes, a good laugh is all you need to make your day. Don’t miss this one.

If you are looking for time pass entertainment then the film is a one-time watch!

Mr Chandramouli review:If you are looking for time pass entertainment then the film is a one-time watch!

A socially relevant action thriller, which is smartly packaged with good thrills

Asuravadham review:We have seen thousands of revenge thrillers in Tamil cinema but this one stands unique in terms of its treatment and execution.

Shines with breathtaking visuals from Venkatesh and intriguing background score from Imman

Tik Tik Tik review: The film is undoubtedly one of the best and the first space action adventure in Indian cinema.

While the friendship angle is quite good, their conflicts with the politicians and big shots in the village look forced

Kaalakkoothu review: The best part of director Nagarajan’s 'Kaalakkoothu' is the initial fifteen minutes about friendship between schoolboys in Madurai.

Bhaskar Oru Rascal review: Falls flat both in comedy and sentiments

Bhaskar Oru Rascal review:The first half of the film is slightly better with some good entertainment, thanks to the cute kids and Arvind Swamy

The problem is the convoluted screenplay and an open ending climax for a sequel

Iravukku Aayiram Kangal review: A decent crime thriller with too many characters, twists and turns and an open ending for a sequel

Yuvan Shankar Raja's BGM is the third hero of the film after Vishal and Arjun

Irumbu Thirai review: The cat and mouse game between Vishal and Arjun in the second half has been cleverly handled, both of them gets upper hand with each situation and entertains us throughout.

Adult comedy which will satisfy the target audiences

Gautham Karthik looks smart and excels in the dance and comic portions. Despite his stone-faced expressions, Shah Ra scores with dialogue modulation. As said earlier, the girls are only used for glamour quotient.