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Dev Review: A middling romance fraught with problems

The film lacks the emotional wherewithal to see any thread through, and when it does occasionally try, it rings false and/or seems problematic

14 Feb 2019

Dhilluku Dhuddu 2 Review: A testing sequel with the rare funny joke

At a time when the horror-comedy genre has all but died an ungraceful, extended death, this sequel tries to bring it back into fashion… rather unsuccessfully, and with little novelty

07 Feb 2019

Peranbu Review: A beautiful meditation on life and love

A moving story about a father and his differently-abled child that reminds us of what it is to be human

01 Feb 2019

Sarvam Thaala Mayam Review:  An underdog fights the system in this unconvincing ode to music  

An uneasy fictionalisation of real issues surrounding classical music

01 Feb 2019

Charlie Chaplin 2 Review: A comedy late by a couple of decades

Lazily done and insensitive, the film may not even go on to make for attractive television

26 Jan 2019

Glass Review:  An underwhelming union that lacks the emotional strength of its parent films

A film burdened by its own self-awareness, Glass gives you little of the emotive resonance of Unbreakable

18 Jan 2019

I was both a filmmaker and a fanboy while shooting Petta: Karthik Subbaraj

The director, in conversation with Cinema Express, discusses his latest film, Petta, featuring Superstar Rajinikanth, directing his Thalaivar  and more 

14 Jan 2019

Viewfinder: Rajinikanth - The actor beneath the Superstar 

The writer painstakingly paints a picture of Rajini the actor with examples from various past films of his and wonders why we never give him due credit for the same

13 Jan 2019

Petta Review: A reasonably charming tribute film with some unforgettable flourishes

Despite a solid 171 minutes of running time, there’s hardly any time in which to round off the edges of the very many characters populating this film

10 Jan 2019

The Mule Review: A terrific Clint Eastwood shines in this moving drama

A story that is focussed less on the guns, but more on those wielding them, and who they are aiming the crosshairs at

04 Jan 2019

A new dawn

In this year-ender roundtable conversation, we bring together five directors who made impactful debuts this year: Mari Selvaraj, Prem Kumar, Lenin Bharathi, PS Mithran and Elan

31 Dec 2018

Maari 2 Review: Sai Pallavi and some spirited dialogue-writing try to keep this sequel afloat

Despite having flavour, Maari 2, unfortunately, isn’t efficient at being a mass film, its chief objective.

21 Dec 2018

Viewfinder: AR Rahman and Rajiv Menon - A rewarding partnership

The author reminisces about the music of Minsara KanavuKandukondain Kandukondain and how he is glad to see the Rahman-Menon combo return for Sarvam Thaala Mayam

06 Jan 2019

A slave of art: The Vijay Sethupathi interview

The actor opens up in this hour-long conversation about films like Seethakaathi and Super Deluxe, as he revisits the formative stages of his career

14 Dec 2018

Evanukku Engeyo Matcham Irukku Review: An offensive, disastrous attempt at an adult comedy

Mostly, you watch this film with a resigned look, like you’re at the receiving end of a bad appraisal. You can’t walk out half-way, even if it’s soul-crushing

07 Dec 2018

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