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Saamy Square Review: Saamy’s problems squared

A lazily written sequel that fails to capitalise on the charms of the original

21 Sep 2018

Raja Ranguski Review: A fairly intriguing plot let down by plasticky execution

The film, slowly redeems itself in terms of plot, even if not in its execution, particularly with its climax.

21 Sep 2018

U Turn (Tamil) Review: A fairly engaging thriller with forgivable flaws

The film is pretty engaging, thanks to some neat performances and Pawan’s core story

13 Sep 2018

Seemaraja Review: A dull, frustrating rural drama replete with overused ideas

This 150-minute-long film makes for a frustrating experience, and not even the hyped period portions that show Sivakarthikeyan channeling his inner Baahubali, give a breather

13 Sep 2018

Thodraa Review: A horrible affront to the victims of honour killing

Advertised as a tribute to victims of honour killings, the beyond shoddy filmmaking ends up making this an insult to their memories instead

07 Sep 2018

Vanjagar Ulagam Review: A thriller that doesn’t ever take off

It’s a film buried under the rubble of limitless dialogue, and they don’t always serve to help the story progress

07 Sep 2018

Avalukenna Azhagiya Mugam Review: Some funny portions in this mediocre romcom

The constant undercurrent of humour that works in parts and allows other misgivings to be temporarily ignored 

07 Sep 2018

Aaruthra Review: A failed Anniyan

Pa Vijay wants this to be a serious film that speaks about child abuse, but it's merely one that lazily borrows from other films and fails at presenting a coherent screenplay

31 Aug 2018

Annanuku Jai Review: Humour saves this party

The film not only takes aim at political parties but also mocks our Kollywood tradition of overnight transformations and unbelievable action sequences

31 Aug 2018

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