The best thing about the film is its racy presentation and unpredictable twists and turns
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
Parthiepan’s answers to fill in the blanks are at times in your face, but that is the way his films function.
As you leave the cinema in the end, you can’t help missing the distinct sense of fun that Vijay films normally deliver.
The first half keeps us entertained, but post interval there is nothing much to cheer as it becomes pretentious and predictably packaged for fans of the star
The biggest strength of this fun filled is the effervescent chemistry between the boys.
GV Prakash Kumar has successfully repeated his trademark mannerisms and the loser boy Kumaru character is tailor made for him.
If director Amudheshwar's Meen Kuzhambum Mann Paanaiyum got released in 80's, audiences would have embraced it with open arms.
The first half of the film is a killer with well etched out action sequences and a brilliant twist in the interval. I
Vikram Prabhu is earnest in the film and tries hard to rise above a muddled script and poorly written dialogues.
EIPI is fresh and is sure to appeal to a wide spectrum of audiences. Book your tickets and order a large popcorn, enjoy this highly entertaining flick on the big screen.
It is watchable for the brilliant on screen chemistry between STR and Nayan, also for the quirky one liners of Soori