Anjaan movie review
Saturday, 16 August 2014 | Comment (3)

Tamil Movie AnjaanProduction: Thirrupathi Brothers Film Media Private Limited , UTV Motion Pictures

Story, Screenplay & Direction: N. Lingusamy

Star-cast: Suriya, Samantha, Vidyut Jamwal, Manoj Bajpai, Soori, Brahmanandam

Music: Yuvan Shankar Raja

Cinematography: Santosh Sivan

Editing: Anthony

Art: Rajeevan

One cannot expect too many logics in a commercial film, but Lingusamy and his team of writers ensure that they don’t miss it out. Anjaan comes as a surprise package of commercial flick, but with logic and abrupt raciness in the script.

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From beginning till the end, there is a sort of complete engagement and in no way, we get distracted. The story might seem a little predictable in few places, but it keeps us so much glued towards it.

Pattathu Yaanai Movie Review
Friday, 26 July 2013 | Comment (2)

Pattathu Yaanai MovieWhen it comes to Boopathy Pandian films, you can expect a bunch of funny moments that is laced with action and romance. It has been quite evident with his previous movies and Pattathu Yaanai is no exception as it carries the same traits of the director's previous films.

To start off with, the film has some elements resembling the film 'Malaikottai' that was directed by Boopathy Pandian with Vishal in lead role.

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The film opens in Karaikkudi with Santhanam spotted as a catering cook and he employs a team of 5 members to assist him that includes Vishal, Jagan, Vada Poche Sarithiran and others.

Sonna Puriyathu Movie Review
Friday, 26 July 2013 | Comment (0)

Sonna PuriyathuThe promotional activities for the film was perhaps a major reason behind drawing us into the theatres. Sonna Puriyathu starring Mirchi Shiva and Vasundhara in lead roles is a romantic comedy that has a lot of witty lines from the actor. Not to miss the fact that the very opening scene of this films keeps you on huge laughter as he croons the Hindi version of Rosaappu song from Suryavamsam.

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Mirchi Shiva enjoys his life as a dubbing artist for Hollywood and other foreign films and has no plans to get married. He perceives it to be a trap that will spoil his entire life without any freedom. All he dreams is about is buying a Volkwagan car.

Paradesi Movie Review
Friday, 15 March 2013 | Comment (0)

Paradesi MovieSpeechless!!! Remarkable!!! Lump in our throats!!

Mark our words... You wouldn't walk out of theatres without uttering these words after watching Bala's Paradesi. It's not an easy deal for any filmmaker to easily travel back to an era of 1939 for making a film based on this crucial concept. We're sure, it's only Bala, who can take us back to a journey into a different world through his movies and this one isn't an exception.

Paradesi is a clamorous drama of joy, desolation and vain in the lives of labourors, who worked under the cruel landlords of Tea Estate in Ooty.

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First things first, it's a brilliant concept by Bala and no one can beat him over this context of making such an intriguing film. Decades back, it was his mentor Balu Mahendra set new trends with a stunning climax (he broke the stereotypical conceptualization of hero and heroine joining hands together in a climax with 'Moondraam Pirai'). Now, don't expect this to be an usual kind of Bala film, where tragedy can be awaited at any time. Yes, there are more heart-wrenching drama, but the climax is so shockingly repellant that you wouldn't able to judge - is it a boon or bane to the protagonist. The climax is more than enough for you to remain stuck to the seats for the next few minutes even after the final credits.

On the dot, we aren't able to cherry-pick the special highlights of this film for each and every element here are fantabulous. Maybe, it's time for Oscars to knock the Indian doors. "When a Lincoln and Argo can, why not a Paradesi?' you would boast with puffed vanity with this statement and feel excessively imperious to the world for a Tamil film delivered with an excellence.

Tamil Movie David Review
Friday, 01 February 2013 | Comment (0)

Tamil Movie DavidThe flood of newfangled movies doesn't seem to stop and it's one more treat for the Tamil film buffs, who were curiously awaiting the release of movies based on exceptional genres. When Manirathnam's Kadal has opened bigger, his sincere student - Bejoy Nambiar comes in releasing his film David along with it. Let's not take these movies into comparisons and brings you the distinct analysis of this film.

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Two Lives, One Name - The tagline kept us hooked onto this film and naturally as it reads, the film is set in backdrops of two different eras and places with two characters having the same name David.


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