A wafer-thin storyline filled with crass comic sequence which relies on a bunch of comedians for the screenplay proceedings
The much hyped funny one-liners of Soori didn’t work and it would have been great if Ezhil used Yogi Babu more as his portions comparatively worked better. The rest of the comedians including Mansoor Ali Khan, Chams and Madhumitha fail to attract us.
Prabhas is so comfortable and convincing in the role and his unwavering commitment to the role and the powerful emotions in his eyes are awesome.
A giant leap for Indian cinema and easily it is that one film which every south Indian can be proud of.
A typical template horror comedy with moments to please its target audiences
The last 15 minutes of the 115 minutes film is its highlight.
It’s up to GV Prakash as Bruce lee to breathe some life into this lazy film… which he does.
This is a crass, loud and brainless mass masala that can be enjoyed only if you are a robot,
It is both intelligent and exciting. A gripping cop thriller skillfully directed by Arivazhagan
The blame for this film rests squarely with its makers. You have to wonder how it qualifies as entertainment of any sort?
Just like any other horror film, RUM opens with two strangers getting into an eerie bungalow, experiencing paranormal activities.
Major problem with Rum is that technically the film is amatuerish and delivers very little in terms of novelty
The film written and directed by Mahendran Rajamani has some sharp and funny dialogues.
A watchable film with plenty of twists and turns including a very strong message based on education racket.