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Naaigal Jakkirathai (Tamil)
There are some genuinely good and bad moments in 'Naaigal Jaakirathai'. [more]


Kaaviyathalaivan (Tamil)
At the end of 'Kaaviya Thalaivan', there's a side in you that wants to laud the effort of auteur G. Vasanthabalan, who has always strived to give us good cinema, especially for recreating a bygone era in grand style on screen. Then, there's another side that will ask why all his films with great potential don't get their due treatment. [more]


Poojai (Tamil)
Gopalakrishnan has written'Poojai' with the mindset that anything that comes from his camp will be lapped up by audiences, no matter how good or bad it is. After all, he's the master of commercial entertainers such as'Saamy' and'Singam'. [more]


Nerungi Vaa Muthamidathe (Tamil)
There's a thin line that divides being preachy and creative while addressing a burning issue. [more]


Yaan (Tamil)
"Yaan" gives you the feeling that here's a film that was solely made to entice audiences with stunning visuals. [more]


Yaan (Tamil)
Jiiva Thulasi Nair Nassar [more]


Aadama Jaichumada (Tamil)
There really isn't a story in "Aadama Jaichomada" to rave about. It follows a bookie, Dhayalan (Balaji), who plans to buy a bowler ahead of a semi-final cricket match. [more]


Jeeva (Tamil)
A young boy, who is a passionate cricketer, frequents a sports shop in his neighbourhood so many times that he knows the price of every bat stacked up on the shelf. [more]


Sigaram Thodu (Tamil)
Dhanush's "Vella Illa Pattathari" was perhaps the last best commercially entertaining film in Tamil, and now Now, Gaurav's "Sigaram Thodu", which has its share of flaws, still deserves to be counted as the next best commercial entertainer. [more]


Anjaan (Tamil)
Anjaan" is like a battle between Suriya, the star, and Suriya, the actor. Interestingly the film features him in a double role - one is a star and the other is an actor. But the director has focused on the star only. [more]


JIGARTHANDA (Tamil)
Two-film old Karthik Subbaraj has become adept at conning his audiences with his completely unpredictable films. [more]


Ramanujan (Tamil)
The story of "Ramanujan" can be found in almost every Indian household. It's not the story of a genius, but one about how we treat a genius, how we want to change a genius into an ordinary man, how we expect a genius to be jack of all trades; master of none, how we want to prove that a genius is equivalent to being crazy and how we fail to celebrate a genius. [more]


Velaiyilla Pattadhari (Tamil)
In one of the scenes in Dhanush's "Vella Illa Pattathari" (VIP), his 25th film, he lets a large group of henchmen beat him to pulp because his mother once tied a red thread on his hand and as long he has it on him, he's not supposed to get into a fight with anyone. [more]


Saivam (Tamil)
Vijay's "Saivam" has a lot going for it right from its title, in which the alphabet I is highlighted by a green mark usually used to differentiate between non-vegetarian and vegetarian products. Even though it addresses vegetarianism as a subject, but at heart it's a family drama filled with superstitions, familial disputes, teenage romance and culturally diverse ideologies. [more]


VADACURRY (Tamil)
Every mentor wants his or her pupil to succeed and I'm sure filmmaker Venkat Prabhu would've expected this from Saravana Rajan, who may be a newcomer but knows how to play his cards. [more]


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