Has its moments but the amateurish performances spoil the show

A technically sound film but the amateur performances of actors make it an average mystery thriller

A smart psychological thriller packaged with all commercial elements that will please Vijay Antony fans.

'Saithan's biggest advantage is the highly engaging first half that we are completely smitten by the mystery around Vijay Antony's character.

Kavalai Vendam-Uninhibited and naughty!

Comedy takes the front seat with an underlying romance and predominant the feel

Kadavul Irukaan Kumaru review-Comedy caper

GV Prakash Kumar has successfully repeated his trademark mannerisms and the loser boy Kumaru character is tailor made for him.

Meen Kuzhambum Mann Paanaiyum Review: Is tedious

If director Amudheshwar's Meen Kuzhambum Mann Paanaiyum got released in 80's, audiences would have embraced it with open arms.

Achcham Yenbathu Madamaiyada-Highly recommended!

STR as always is a delight to watch and he holds the film through his intense performance along with Rahman's breezy songs

Kadalai review- Average comedy

The first half is quite entertaining, thanks to Yogi Babu and Ma Ka Pa Anand duo. This rural comic entertainer conveys a much needed message to the society.

Kodi review:Solid political drama

As a story, this revenge drama has nothing new to offer but it is Durai's presentation that stands out.

Kaashmora review: Entertaining

An ambitious historic supernatural thriller laced with humour, that works to a large extent because of Karthi’s screen presence and energetic performance.

Ammani review- Honest attempt

This film is completely engaging with the 90 minutes running time and there was no dull moment. If you are a genuine movie buff, appreciate this small film.

Rekka review-Average actioner

Vijay Sethupathi's full fledged commercial potboiler with gravity defying stunts, multiple villains and bunch of stuntmen s flying in the air

Devi review: A neat feel good horror comedy

Good news is that the director Vijay has made a solid comeback with 'Devi', which is a feel