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K13 is a smartly written slow burn mystery thriller

The climax of "K13" is sure to be a huge surprise, but there are many logical loopholes that leave you confused.

Devarattam doesn't offer anything new. Only those who enjoy formulaic rural films are the target audiences

"Devarattam" is an average rural action entertainer with routine elements which may work with B and C audiences

Kanchana 3 review: Trademark 'pei' film from Raghava Lawrence

A trademark ghost film from Raghava Lawrence. Those who liked Kanchana/Muni franchise will certainly like this one. Others can stay away!

Mehandi Circus review: This feel-good love story is poignant and powerful

The plot of "Mehandi Circus" is stale, but the milieu, presentation, fresh cast and songs make it entertaining

Vellai Pookal is an engaging thriller which is sure to encourage filmmakers to make more films in this genre

'Vellai Pookal' is definitely a giant leap for Vivek whose heroic films didn’t fare much at the box office and there wasn’t much critical acclaim as well. Here the actor can opt for unique characters and not just the stereotypical comedy roles alone.

Watchman is a crime thriller set inside a bungalow which is taken over by a terrorist gang.

In Watchman GV Prakash looks earnest and sincere, he has done his work with utmost dedication both as a composer and actor. After GV Prakash, the dog Bruno looks cute and attracts us.

Kuppathu Raja- We recommend that you carry an Asprin!

Kuppathu Raja review: GV Prakash Kumar is back with a predictable revenge thriller set in the slum mileu.

For its gutsy writing and inherent honesty, don’t miss Uriyadi 2

At a crisp 118 minutes, Uriyadi 2, is a thought-provoking film, brisk, well shot and skillfully executed

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

Watch 'Airaa' for Nayanthara's towering performance as Bhavani, as she quietly seals a place in your heart

With Airaa, Nayanthara has taken the biggest leap of faith playing a dual role and one of them turns out to be the biggest surprise and the highlight of the film.

Agni Devi review: A tedious watch!

Agni Devi review: Despite few promising names, this investigative thriller fails to impress

Aghavan is too long and needs some urgent trimming. Can be watched for the last thirty minutes.

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.