Caarthick infuses light-hearted comedy and a few unpredictable twists to make the screenplay engagin

Ulkuthu review: Follows the template of old KS Ravikumar and SP Muthuraman’s films but Caarthick Raju has made necessary changes to suit the taste of the current audiences.

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

It is compelling, moving and quite unlike anything else, you’re likely to watch this year

Aramm review- It is a magnificent effort, one that deserves to be applauded for its honesty and message it conveys.

If you are a fan of thriller movies with twists and turns, give it a chance.

Uru review- A brave attempt by director Vicky Anand and if you are a fan of thriller movies with twists and turns, give it a chance!

Yaakkai review- Underwhelming and boring

Yaakkai review: Convoluted, and never true to its own logic, the twists in 'Yaakai' felt underwhelming and boring.

M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story review: Chugs along touching right nerve

M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story: This biopic is far from inspirational. Nevertheless, it reveals the trials and tribulations of the unassuming Indian Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni who rose meteorically, only on the basis of his merit.

Uriyadi review:Violent revenge drama

Uriyadi review: The film is definitely not for faint hearted as they can’t digest the violence, especially women and kids

Uyire Uyire review: Boring!

Uyire Uyire review: The biggest drawback of the film is its hero. Surely, there is a better way to spend this weekend.


Sakthivel Perumalsamy's 'Urumeen' is definitely a novel attempt, thanks to the core idea and poetic characterization

Uppu Karuvadu

This Radha Mohan film does not boast of a big story or twist but the film is good fun while it lasts.

Unakenna Venum Sollu

Forget the performance, the cinematography and background score too are not effective enough to send chills down the spine

Uttama Villain

The sheer thrill of watching a film and not knowing what will happen next is one of the great pleasures offered by director Ramesh Aravind.