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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.

Watchable for the comedy sequences and impressive work of Yuvan Shankar Raja

Semma Botha Aagathey review: The first half of the film moves leisurely until the main conflict pops up and to be honest, the pre-interval comedy portion featuring Karunakaran and Manobala offers us some good entertainment.

An average thriller on the cyber criminal

X Videos review: The film engages us only with certain unknown information and the director’s research work.

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.

Vijay Antony is back with a slick emotional drama Kaali

Kaali review:A neatly made family drama from Kiruthiga Udhayanidhi with an experimental screenplay

Nadigaiyar Thilagam review: A well made movie made with honesty and passion

Nadigaiyar Thilagam review:The film completely belongs to Keerthy Suresh. She is magnificent and exceptional as Savitri.

A crushing disappointment on all count

Pakka review:The writing is the weak link here. There is little surprise or unpredictability in the old fashioned narrative.

Director Vijay manages to drive home the anti-abortion message but beyond that the film fails to keep the interest alive.

Diya review:Vijay manages to drive home the anti-abortion message but beyond that the film fails to keep the interest alive.

Unlike other Bala films, there are no villains here and the film ends on a happy note

Naachiyaar review:A film that starts off slowly but draws you into its drama. At a crisp 100 minutes, it’s a perfectly satisfying watch that deserves your time.

It has all the ingredients for a dark comedy, yet shaken and stirred they blend like oil and water

Oru Nalla Naal Paathu Solren review: The film flounders as comedy has not been worked out well after setting up a delicious premise.

Director tries to convey a solid message on the caste-based issues that exists in the south TN through the eyes of an ex-army man and a newly recruited cop.

Padai Veeran review: Dhana did not have anything new to say as caste wars in south Tamilnadu has been told several times

Movie lovers should not miss it at any cost

Padmaavat review: The entire screenplay depends on Deepika, she is the driving force of the film and her majestic walk in the climax speaks volumes about her acting prowess.