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Rampage Review: A passable popcorn monster film devoid of novelty

A monster reptile, a vicious wolf, and a hapless ape go on an evil rampage that Dwayne Johnson is tasked with stopping.

13 Apr 2018

Viewfinder: Not just a movie theatre

In this week's column, the author discusses the possibility that cinema theatres could be used for more than just the screening of films

08 Apr 2018

Ready Player One Review: A digital visual feast designed to please the geek in you

As long as you’re content identifying all the 80s trivia and reveling in this digital carnival, you’ll find yourself quite pleased

30 Mar 2018

EXCLUSIVE: Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant speak about Season Two of Netflix's Santa Clarita Diet 

With Season 2 of Santa Clarita Diet out on Netflix, the show's lead actors speak about the violence in the web series and its thematic significance

30 Mar 2018

Pacific Rim Uprising Review: A rather passable, mindless actioner

A less-inventive, more-warring sequel to the 2013 original

23 Mar 2018

Viewfinder: The Naachiyaar problem

In this week's column, the author discusses the notion of justice meted out by law enforcement personnel in Tamil cinema

11 Mar 2018

Lady Bird Review: A rewarding coming-of-age story that's unusually warm and deep

A coming-of-age film that’s also a paean to Sacremento and its diversity of life

03 Mar 2018

Kabali, Kaala, and Rajinikanth's refreshing new innings

Superstar's Kaala teaser is out and here are some thoughts on it 

02 Mar 2018

Sridevi: Cinema's child 

The writer pays tribute to the late actor, Sridevi, who began her journey as a child artiste, and went on to become a pan-Indian star

25 Feb 2018

Keni Review: Too many ideas, too little depth

Director MA Nishad wants to say it all in this film, but with his frivolous approach and the two hours runtime he can hardly hope to do justice to the heavy topics he touches on

23 Feb 2018

Is Bala actually remaking his own film?

The author argues that the recently released Arjun Reddy is nothing but a contemporised version of Bala's Sethu

11 Feb 2018

Kalakalappu 2 Review: A bloated comedy that gets funnier as it goes

Everything — including logic and plot — goes out of the window and the film is all the better for it till it becomes too bloated for its own good

09 Feb 2018

Savarakathi Review: What if Mysskin wrote Tom and Jerry?

It’s a story of the struggle between two knives: one that kills, and one that grooms; a story that sounds grim on paper but is actually a laugh riot 

09 Feb 2018

Talking Movies: Of fact and fiction

In this weekly column, we take a look at the films releasing this weekend and this week it is PadmanAramanai 2 and Savarakathi

08 Feb 2018

The man who made Padman

R Balki discusses his upcoming Akshay Kumar-starrer that’s based on the life of entrepreneur and innovator, Arunachalam Muruganantham

07 Feb 2018

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Do you think there are too many female-centric films in Tamil cinema lately?

Result
No, it's high time women got equal importance
Yes, it feels a little forced