Aimed at those who cannot afford to buy a ticket to Rahman's concert and get the magical experience
A charming film built on good intentions but is weighed down by the docu-feel in the last twenty minutes
It's a charming little film built on good intentions but is weighed down by the docu-feel towards the climax
A decent debut directorial and heroic outing from Adhi.
In the end, the movie is a beautiful, moving experience.Two big thumbs up for Suresh Sangaiah’s 'Oru Kidayin Karunai Manu'.
Samuthirakani's intentions to make Thondan is very clear, as he uses emergency service as a backdrop to convey several messages
A typical template horror comedy with moments to please its target audiences
The film deals with a guy, who is so obsessed with his childhood love that he goes to any extent to prove it.
The major problem here is that today's audience cannot connect with the old idea of 'being sincere' in love
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?
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
Twenty-five years ago, perhaps the plot of 'Maaveeran Kittu' may not have felt like such a stretch, but today it just seems like the product of a mind stuck in a time warp