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One of those rare Tamil films which has many moments of pure unadulterated humour

Chennai 2 Singapore review: There are a few drop-dead dull sequences which might not evoke laughter but the overall attempt is honest.

Easily one of the best films of the year, it handles a relevant topic with an engaging screenplay.

Aruvi review: Adithi Balan as Aruvi is easily the best find of the year.. she is not you regular heroine but a powerhouse of talent

The film starts as a crime thriller but slowly, the director introduces an interesting science-fiction angle

Maayavan review:The content might be complex for a majority of audiences, who prefer watching films only for regular entertainment

Sathya is essential viewing, a film that deserves to be watched

Sathya review: Unquestionably one of the smartest films this year, the biggest strength of Sathya is its unpredictability

A family mass entertainer which is packaged like 'Pichaikkaran'.

Annadurai review:Vijay Antony sinks his teeth into the dual roles with a subdued performance in this mass entertainer

Catchy titles aren’t enough to attract audiences to theaters

En Aaloda Seruppa Kaanom review: Yet another half-baked experiment, as the director is not sure whether to approach his script in a full-fledged commercial route or artistic way

The movie has a charming friendship angle, middle-class family issues, a social message and a deadly villain

A brand Suseenthiran film with some smart surprises and shrewd twists-it has a charming friendship angle, middle-class family issues and a social message

Neither entirely satisfying nor boring

Solo review: It is an anthology of four different characters Shekhar, Trilok, Shiva and Rudhra, all played by Dulquer Salmaan

Mahesh Babu reminds us of Vijay in many scenes but the actor shines in his own style and majestic screen presence.

Spyder review: We have an intelligent hero on a mission, he has a happy family, does silly romance with an annoying heroine and all of a sudden faces an intriguing challenge from a deadly villain. This is the movie in a nutshell.

Neither frightens you nor evokes any laughter

Bayama Irukku review: Horror comedies are aimed to provide a wholesome entertainment with scary elements blend with slapstick humor to bring the roof down. But as they say, comedy is a serious business and if the director is not sure of what he s doing, things can always go wrong.

A solid watch for this weekend, just book your tickets and go

Thupparivaalan review: Overall, we highly recommend this action crime thriller . It's a solid watch for this weekend, just book your tickets and go!

The actor looks deadly and he is in top form in physically demanding high octane action sequences

Vivegam review: Ajay Kumar plays an upright counter terrorism officer who is on the run as his close friend Aaryan (Vivek Oberoi) from the squad betrays him.