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Maalai Nerathu Mayakkam

The biggest strength of Maalai Nerathu Mayakkam is the strong writing and characterization of the heroine and bold dialogues

Masala Padam

All through the film, the only actor who impresses us is Mirchi Siva as he provides good laughter whereas others are just sleepwalking

Maya

A big thumbs-up to debutant director, Ashwin Saravanan as has literally paved way for authentic horror thriller genre in Tamil cinema.

Idhu Enna Mayam

AL Vijay is always known for making soft, feel good movies with colorful frames and heart touching music. The director's latest movie Idhu Enna Mayam is no exception but here the plot is very familiar and hence it ends up as another candy floss romantic drama.

Orange Mittai

Orange Mittai is a crisp film with less melodrama and some genuine feel good moments while a little bit extra effort on the characterization and writing, it would have made a remarkable attempt.

Maari

Director Balaji Mohan has perfectly glorified the protagonist. It is a film that makes no bones, no pretenses about the fact that it is packaged for B & C audiences.

Palakkattu Madhavan

This movie sticks to comedy genre and manages to engage us only because of the actor's screen presence.

Moone Moonu Varthai

What happens when a movie is filled with non-stop dialogues and there is not even a moment of silence? Well, director Madhumitha’s 'Moone Moonu Varthai' at times becomes unbearable due to constant chatter with so-called comic dialogues that fall flat.

Masss

It is a no-holds barred entertainer with all essential ingredients. There are twists and turns galore. Suriya sporting a ponytail as the Sri Lankan Tamil living in Canada, is the highlight of the film.

Mahabalipuram

The cruel happening with lots of twists in the last thirty minutes of movie which is definitely hard hitting. Yes, the message has been clearly told but as a film, Mahabalipuram does'nt

'I' Review: Shankar's latest is more like 'Aiyo'!

Shankar is known for the innovative ways in which he tortures characters in his vigilante films. By the end of 'I', however, the audience is likely to feel more tortured than any of the unhappy characters onscreen.