Gorilla review:Tad too long for a heist thriller but the film provides adequate entertainment
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.
Yogi Babu's "Dharmaprabhu" wanders away from its poorly drafted story, forces comedy on its viewers and lacks creativity.
Had the second half of Sindhubaadh entertained the audience like it did in the first half, we would have got another Sethupathi.
Vijay Sethupathi has given his heart and soul to Sindhubaadh. Just like his dad, Surya acts effortlessly and even the dialogue delivery reminds us of Vijay Sethupathi.
If you are a connoisseur of films, House Owner is certainly the kind of film you would love to watch
"House Owner" is a sweet, simple story of a couple's life in the city.
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.
Director Suseenthiran wanted to talk about a serious issue in Genius, but the way he dealt with it is insensitive and illogical
"Genius" is a cliched and predictable film that has nothing new to offer. The below average entertainer is not relatable and loses its message in the process.
Gangs of Madras for the most part, keeps you on your toes, curious to see where its twists and turns will lead.
"Gangs of Madras" keeps you on your toes, curious to see where its twists and turns will lead.
"Sarvam Thaala Mayam" has a simple, uncomplicated storytelling that leaves a smile on your face. GV Prakash is earnest and sincere! Nedumudi Venu is fabulous.
Charlie Chaplin-2 is a film for audiences who don't care much about the logic, quality or a coherent script
If you are someone who loves to watch slapstick comedies and laugh along with the crowd, "Charlie Chaplin 2" is your kind of film!
Vada Chennai takes its time to unfold, and you may enjoy if you muster the patience for it
Mani Ratnam’s best work in recent time. He has crafted a powerful film with four protagonists