• Director Thirukumaran’s Gethu fails to live up to its interesting premise; the film is all show and no substance.

  • …there are several innocently uttered dialogues from the mouth of little children that hit you hard and leave you feeling guilty.

    This is Suriya’s second production after the successful 36 Vayadhinile and he definitely has another winner in his hands. 

  • Overall, director Ravi Arasu’s Eetti is a lighthearted commercial entertainer that is worth a watch. 

  • …the intriguing plot, good performances, Ghibran’s innovative background score and camera angles of Sanu Varghese make director Rajesh M Selva’s Thoonga Vanam worth a watch.

  • Though loaded with fantastical commercial elements catering to Ajith’s mass hero image, the decent plot, stunning music by Anirudh and spectacular visuals captured by cinematographer Vetri make director Siva’s Vedalam an enjoyable Diwali treat…

  • Director Chimbu Deven is known for his simple, yet unconventional films, most of which have done quite well. But working with a mass hero like Vijay seems to have taken its toll.

    The film ends a compromise that does justice to neither the director nor the actor.

  • The film does revolve around the age-old conflict between good versus evil, but the contemporary twist to this slick and stylish racy thriller takes it to a whole new level.

  • A well-written screenplay, brilliantly executed, with clever music, stunning cinematography, and, above all, the hugely talented Kamal Haasan, make Jeethu Joseph’s Papanasam a must watch.

  • But it is undoubtedly the director, who deserves all the credit.

    His skilful writing and deft direction, coupled with some fitting music and great all round performances, make his debut venture worth watching.

  • Lakshman’s Romeo Juliet is just a rehash of old clichés. He pitches love against money and there are no prizes for guessing which one wins.

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