Movie Review: A multi-star cast, a whisper of a plot and plenty of one-liners that will keep you laughing at regular intervals.
Director Rajesh has hit upon a surefire formula to get families audience tripping into theatres during the holiday weekend. It is a also a film that takes a slight dig at the formulaic films. Like the line which has Santhanam wondering why when everyone has many friends he constantly gets into trouble having
Our prisons. What complex characters lodge within the four walls, around whom a hundred different stories can be woven in engaging ways. From 'Silence of the Lambs' to 'Dead Man Walking' to less classy but equally riveting dramas have al-ways come out of jails.
And when you cast three heroes into jail, a fertile imagination can weave wonderful stories, well within the confines of entertainment. Director Tamil Amudhan begins well, but
Did sexual relationships tagged as 'unnatural' by society exist even before civilisation, as we call it, came into existence? Does art imitate life? These are the questions director Sami throws up in his latest venture. Having raised these questions, the director not only falls short of offering art-house solutions within cinematic confines. 'Uyir', his earlier film, dealt with a woman getting attracted to her husband's brother. Of course, we had
Ahead of the academic year in professional colleges, here is a candy floss offering for city slickers. Remade from the Telugu flick 'Happy Days', it does not strain itself over a story. It is just a Kodak gallery of snap shots and videos that you put on Facebook .
The move is about the college and love lives of Sidhu (Adhith), Tyson (Narayanan), Vimal (Vimal), Shankar (Shravan), Madhu (Reshmi), Jiya Umar (Sangee) and Appu (Fenas) - all fresher
What a treasure director Suseenthiran is turning out to be, and what a pleasure to see Karthi deliver his best performance to date, in a film that keeps you entertained almost till the end?
After ending his debut film, the rural-centric 'Vennila Kabbadi Kuzhu' in a blaze of glory, Suseenthiran begins with a bang here, and it is a neat city mosaic that you get. Not bad considering that Chennai's middle and lower middle class have been