• …a fitting tribute to the late K Balachander and is a film all Kamal Haasan fans can be proud of. On the flip side, it lacks the zest to keep everybody hooked throughout.

  • …is definitely an entertaining movie but could’ve easily been much better with a better second half. Perhaps Lawrence should let go of his flashback formula in ‘Muni 4’.

  • The film can be called as a prequel of Alaipayuthey with all the elements required to entertain today’s young movie goers. OK Kanmani is more than just OK.

  • Kallappadam is refreshing amidst its slow paced screenplay and some logical loopholes. It is definitely an honest attempt and is also praiseworthy.

  • Apart from Sivakarthikeyan and Anirudh’s music, Kaaki Sattai doesn’t provide anything extra ordinary. It can be termed as old wine in new bottle with too much of fun elements for a cop story.

  • Though Yennai Arindhaal reminds us about Gautham’s previous movies especially the romance scene between Ajith and Trisha, Ajith and Arun Vijay’s performance saves the film and averts a major disaster.

  • Watch Lingaa for its technical brilliance and KS Ravikumar’s intriguing narration. If you are a Rajinikanth’s fan then watch it again solitarily for the Indian Film Personality of the year.

  • Kaaviya Thalaivan is a classic from Vasanthabalan which is simply brilliant except for the song placement of ‘Yaarumilla’ song which disturbs the pace of the movie. But that shouldn’t stop anyone from witnessing Kaaviya Thalaivan’s magic in theatres.

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