• The only silver lining is the camerawork of Bala Bharani and never seen before Kanyakumari district locations, which fit in with the milieu. Suresh Urs could have speeded up the proceedings, as it is too long. One hopes Vijay Sethupathi would be careful on his script selection.

  • …a jolly good movie which has an emotional connect as well as entertains and is just 2 hours 12 minutes.

  • Lakshmy’s intentions are good but her final product is not up to the mark.

  • On the whole it is a typical Hari mass entertainer, though this time he has not got the mix in the right proposition.

  • Kaththi may not be in the same league as Thuppaki, but still is a well made entertainer with a powerful message.

  • …the biggest problem with Yaan is that there are no twists and the climax is not convincing. The film could have been trimmed by atleast 15 minutes and songs in the second half act as speed breakers.

  • ‘Jeeva’ is sure to provide inspiration to many youngsters with similar cricket dreams and aspirations. On the whole, it is a nice entertaining film, and another feather on the director’s cap.

  • Madras is good cinema. Hats off to Ranjith for his detailing in script and presentation and the way he has extracted spellbinding performances from his cast.

    Go for this one, its worth your time and money!

  • Aranmanai is a time pass entertainer, which makes you laugh more than making you scared. It is good fun while it lasts.

  • On the whole here is a film that strikes a balance between style and substance. The director and his screenplay have been able to construct an engrossing actor –driven thriller with panache.

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