• Kabali is definitely not your regular Rajini film and is most likely to disappoint his fans. The film is also not as gripping as Ranjith’s critically acclaimed Madras. 

    If not for the hype and stunning trailer, which promised an all-out Rajini masala entertainer, the film would have been far more enjoyable.

  • Overall, director Ahmed’s Manithan is a rather ordinary remake of a brilliant film.

  • Sasi’s Pichaikkaran may have overdosed on action and sentiment but the director manages to portray life from the other side. The humiliation and pain of people we meet and choose to ignore on a daily basis stays with you. 

    The film is definitely worth your time.

  • Despite the compelling plot, Kanithan is an uninspired action thriller that has little to offer.

  • Despite some predictable clichés, director Arun Kumar scripts an entertaining tale packed with refreshing characters and great music. But it is the terrific performance of Vijay Sethupathi that makes it worth a watch. 

  • But the half-baked script, ordinary VFX and inept execution make director Shakti Soundar’s Miruthan a tedious watch.

  • Remakes are never easy and director Bhaskar’s Bangalore Naatkal is far from perfect, but the film does have its moments, especially for those who missed the original.

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

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

  • 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.

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