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Annabelle Sethupathi Movie Review: The premise is interesting, but the pain is real

If your idea of humour is having humans likened to unusual combinations of objects, perhaps you might have more fun than I did

18 Sep 2021

Laabam Movie Review: Lessons alone don’t make a movie

This Vijay Sethupathi film that attacks owners who prioritise profits above workers, prioritises messaging above entertainment

10 Sep 2021

Thalaivii Movie Review: Good writing makes this a fairly enjoyable, even if unsurprising, biopic

This film that interprets the rise of Jayalalithaa through the prism of myth, is a retelling of a familiar story, but this is done on a scale that is quite impressive

10 Sep 2021

Black Widow Movie Review: Natasha Romanoff deserved a better send-off

This film fails to utilise a rare opportunity to add depth and detail to Scarlett Johansson's character

03 Sep 2021

Rathindran Prasad: Save yourself, not the planet

Rathindran Prasad, the director of Boomika and Inmai (in Netflix’s Navarasa), speaks of how his relationship with nature shaped him as a filmmaker

01 Sep 2021

Kasada Tabara: The ideas are complex, the writing sadly isn’t

Akkarai, starring Venkat Prabhu, makes an impact in this middling anthology

27 Aug 2021

Director Vasanth: I don’t chase the limelight anymore

Director Vasanth S Sai speaks of fame and self-expression, while dissecting his short film, Payasam, from the Netflix anthology, Navarasa

21 Aug 2021

Netrikann Movie Review: Many likeable ideas in a reasonably effective thriller 

This Nayanthara star vehicle, an official remake of the Korean thriller, Blind, is a faithful adaptation that has a lot of good ideas but still feels strangely cold

13 Aug 2021

Navarasa Review: Guitar Kambi Mele Nindru - Good music and some strong moments in this unsurprising addition to the GCU

Gautham continues to show a great taste for music and an uncanny ability to draw good music from every composer he works with

09 Aug 2021

Navarasa Review: Thunintha Pin - Sarjun-Atharvaa's film bites more than it can chew

The real problem is how, with all the jumps in time and perspective, the small ideas don’t really come together to make a riveting whole

09 Aug 2021

Navarasa Review: Roudhram - Arvind Swami makes a promising directorial debut

This film has some great commentary on how rage is, in a sense, a natural consequence of being a have-not

08 Aug 2021

Navarasa Review: Payasam - Vasanth, Delhi Ganesh deliver the best film of this anthology

It’s the sort of contained film, focussed on everyday gestures and conversations, that we don’t get a lot of

08 Aug 2021

Navarasa Review: Project Agni - This Karthick Naren fails to evoke any real sense of wonder

Project Agni feels like a pretty strange discussion of a few ideas that often populate the Nolan universe.

08 Aug 2021

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