Pattas review: A commercial entertainer for Pongal family audiences. Go in with modest expectations and you may not be disappointed.
Darbar review: The drug mafia, Mumbai milieu and most of the characters look alien to Tamil audiences. But it is the charisma of Rajinikanth that keeps you entertained
Hero review:PS Mithran's basic idea is very innovative, he has sketched a fact-based screenplay with solid research
Adithya Varma review: Dhruv is a super talented performer who can be the next chocolate boy of Tamil cinema.
Pandiraj's "Namma Veettu Pillai" starring Sivakarthikeyan, Aishwarya Rajesh and Anu Emmanuel is a familiar family drama that knows its strengths and uses it effectively to entertain.
Sivappu Manjal Pachai review: Sasi's treatment is old-school and the melodrama is pretty high
Kennedy Club is a formulaic sports drama which has all the key elements on paper but the director has missed the finesse in execution.
Kennedy club has all the essential elements that make a great movie, but still ends up as an average watch mainly because of lethargic writing and soulless execution!
Bakrid review: It’s a simple yet genuine film which would move the audiences with its core theme and heart-rending execution
Weak writing and shoddy execution makes Kolaiyuthir Kaalam a big bore
Nerkonda Paarvai review: Ajith literally owns the film with his baritone voice and majestic screen presence.
jackpot review: Director Kalyaan has tried to give a mass hero image to Jyotika that the actress gets a mass entry
Sam Anton's "Gurkha" starring Yogi Babu in the lead is an illogical, hilarious entertainer that has its moments. Yogi Babu shines in this comic caper.