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Kirubhakar Purushothaman

Email ID : kirubha.trichy@gmail.com


An engineer-turned journalist cliche. Expects a lot from cinema and little from life.

Sivaranjaniyum Innum Sila Pengalum Movie Review: A disturbing glimpse into the life of women

It is breathtaking to see how Vasanth has captured all these stories with such intimacy despite canning only a few close-ups of the lead actors

27 Nov 2021

Passing Movie Review: A subtle, complex drama about race and identity

Actor Rebecca Hall, best known for The Prestige and Vicky Cristina Barcelona, makes a remarkable debut as a director with this complex period drama

12 Nov 2021

Oh Manapenne! Movie Review: A decent remake that misses few beats

The success of Pelli Choopulu was more to do with the treatment than the story. It is more about ‘how’ it is told than ‘what’ is being told. Kaarthik understands it and that’s why Oh Manapenne! works

22 Oct 2021

Claire Cahill: We were as invested as police in finding the criminals

The producer of Crime Stories: India Detectives talks about the challenges, the unprecedented access, and a bit more in this conversation with CE

12 Oct 2021

A Quiet Place Part II Movie Review: An engaging sequel that’s as taut as first part

Despite adhering to many usual tropes of the genre, A Quiet Place Part II turns out to be a rewarding watch

08 Oct 2021

The Guilty Movie Review: An affecting one-man show from Jake Gyllenhaal

The quality of Jake's performance is such that his anxiety seeps out of the screen affecting the viewer. It is immensely contagious, and every time Joe took a puff out of his inhaler, I felt relieved

04 Oct 2021

Bigg Boss Tamil house turns more royal this season

Here’s a glimpse into the renovated Bigg Boss Tamil house for the fifth season

04 Oct 2021

Free Guy Movie Review: A fun, even if superficial, ride

Free Guy is perhaps the fun experience we have craved to escape reality just like the video games it is based on

17 Sep 2021

Dikkiloona Movie Review: Karthik Yogi and Santhanam mistake silliness for humour

 The problem with Santhanam's Dikkiloona is the paucity of creative writing

10 Sep 2021

Delhi Ganesh: Kamal Haasan films brought me the most recognition

Delhi Ganesh talks about his recent release Navarasa, his acting process, and his inspirations

30 Aug 2021

Boomika Movie Review: A taut horror drama with some interesting ideas

Some interesting ideas and writing set Boomika apart from many run-of-the-mill horror films that Kollywood has churned out in the recent past

22 Aug 2021

Art director T Ramalingam: Sarpatta brought me more recognition than Kaala 

Art director Ramalingam recounts the challenges he faced in recreating the 70s of Chennai for Pa Ranjith’s Sarpatta Parambarai

06 Aug 2021

‘It’s another blow to the film fraternity’

Filmmakers speak out against the proposed Cinematograph (Amendment) Bill 2021 that would arm the union government to recertify films that have already been censored by CBFC

30 Jun 2021

Pieces of a Woman movie review: Vanessa Kriby shines in this moving drama

Kornél Mundruczó's film is a shattering story of a mother’s loss, her mourning, denial, and final redemption

23 Apr 2021

Minari Movie review: A poignant drama about the power of hope

Lee Isaac Chung, in this seemingly modest film about an immigrant South Korean family, imparts bigger thoughts and gives us a story that is heart-breaking and optimistic at the same time

19 Apr 2021

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