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Mubarakan: A comedy of terrors

What could have been a good throwback to old-school comedies in the vein of David Dhawan and Priyadharshan, is let down by the inept cast and director

Published on 28th July 2017

Kootathil Oruthan: Not your average romance

The film rides on the romance of a middle bencher and how it shapes his life

Published on 28th July 2017

Masterpiece: A feast for fans

An out and out masala movie made to please Mammootty's fans

Published on 21st December 2017

The Commuter Review: A tepid end portion puts paid to a fairly intriguing thriller

The film is a fairly well done popcorn flick with decent doses of humour and action

Published on 19th January 2018

12 Strong Review: Just about average

An average war drama that has only a few worthwhile moments 

Published on 19th January 2018

Darkest Hour Review: A character-driven masterpiece

Gary Oldman carries the weight of the film on his shoulders, putting in an Oscar-worthy performance that will not be forgotten for a long time to come 

Published on 19th January 2018

Mercury Review: An audacious experiment

This is arguably Karthik Subbaraj’s best work

Published on 13th April 2018

Avengers Infinity War Review: Everything you sign up for in a Marvel film 

Avengers: Infinity War is a visual extravaganza which proves that Marvel is no stranger to darkness and the final battle is worth the ten-year-long wait

Published on 27th April 2018

Iruttu Arayil Murattu Kuththu Review: An uninventive adult comedy that mistakes sex references for humour

The film is clearly targeted at the vast majority of our youngsters who have been raised in prudish environments that discourage any public conversation about sex

Published on 4th May 2018

Vada Chennai Review: A gritty, even if rushed, gangster drama with unforgettable stretches 

It is tempting to think of Vada Chennai as being Vetri Maaran’s Kaala. The passion in the voice may not be as all-consuming, but there’s more colour in characters, more grit in the setting

Published on 17th October 2018

Sarkar review: Vijay propaganda hinders this film from realising its potential

Sarkar is Murugadoss trying really hard to project Vijay as a political force

Published on 6th November 2018

Adanga Maru Review: A revenge drama saved by clever writing

The nifty touches added to the script by debutant director Karthik Thangavel makes it hard to brush Jayam Ravi-starrer Adangamaru under the carpet as just another cop revenge saga

Published on 21st December 2018

Bird Box Review: A film that is more horrifying to ponder than watch 

While the film does have its moments of visual splendour and visceral detail, it becomes the second Netflix film after Mowgli, that I wish I had caught on the big screen

Published on 1st January 2019

Maaniik Review: A promising plot undone by inconsistent writing

Maaniik promised to be a romantic fantasy love story. The fantasy portions are noteworthy, no doubt, but everything else, including the humour, is mediocre at best 

Published on 4th January 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

Published on 4th January 2019

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