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Thumba review:A film which will be surely enjoyed by kids

Thumbaa review: Certainly a decent attempt from the young team aimed at young audiences

Dhanush's Pakkiri is a movie for a lazy Sunday afternoon with kids

"Pakkiri" is a watchable feel-good drama for Dhanush, the effervescent music and its underlying positive message

Suttu Pidikka Utharavu is a functional thriller with loopholes

"Suttu Pidikka Utharavu" is an edge of the seat thriller that narrates the happenings of a day in a small colony in Coimbatore.

Game Over conveys an inspirational remedy in the retro game backdrop, which is the life line of the film.

Taapsee sinks her teeth into her character in "Game Over". A dark psychological and paranormal thriller that is interesting and engaging.

2.0 is exhausting, but this roller-coaster ride should be experienced

Writer-director Shankar’s visualization, Rajinikanth’s screen presence and an earnest Akshay Kumar save "2.0". The film is an exhausting and tedious watch.

If you are looking for a good laugh, then Silukkuvarpatti Singam is sure to satisfy you.

"Silukkuvarpatti Singam" is a clear winner. Book your tickets, get your popcorn and have fun!

Kanaa is about an underdog winning against odds and the film even talks about gender equality

"Kanaa" gives equal importance to cricket and farmers in India. Watch out for Aishwarya Rajesh's brilliant performance.

Super Deluxe is yet another proof that Vijay Sethupathi is an acting monster

"Super Deluxe" has many golden moments, thanks to the talented cast. Yuvan Shankar Raja nails it with his background score.

Mehandi Circus is a tribute to Ilaiyaraaja’s everlasting music and is a love story that is poignant and powerful.

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

Mr. Local has nothing new to offer

"Mr Local" is a mindless comedy that plays up the image of two big stars, Sivakarthikeyan and Nayanthara.

Kee is a well-researched that doesn't meet the mark

"Kee" is Average. The songs and comedy scenes are totally needless for a techno psychological thriller like this.