DSP Review | A Trashy Mass Masala Film That Takes the Audience for Granted

The first and second half of Ponram’s Vijay Sethupathi starrer DSP is so disjoint that you can look at them as two different films – correction – two different crap films with zero elements of excitement. The writing of this movie goes after anything and everything to stretch the movie’s duration, resulting in a pathetic… Continue reading DSP Review | A Trashy Mass Masala Film That Takes the Audience for Granted


Directed by Seenu Ramasamy, Maamanithan, the new Vijay Sethupathi film is a movie that struggles to portray the struggles of a commoner. The movie wants to explore only the emotional side of the story, and hence the viewer is forced to watch a drama full of cliches. The intention is to present the eventful journey… Continue reading Maamanithan


In Kaithi, when Karthi’s Dilli gets stabbed multiple times and yet bounces back, it doesn’t really stick out to damage the movie primarily because of the mood set by Lokesh Kanakaraj till that point. And there is a sense of mystery about that character. It’s no longer a secret that Lokesh’s new movie Vikram, starring… Continue reading Vikram

Kaathuvaakula Rendu Kaadhal

Slightly absurd thoughts can either become annoying ones or sometimes harmless fun rides. Kaathuvaakula Rendu Kaadhal, the new Vignesh Shivan movie, belongs to the second category. It is an idea that can easily go into that zone where you will find yourself doing facepalms. But with the right cast and less overdoing, Vignesh manages to… Continue reading Kaathuvaakula Rendu Kaadhal


Like any other anthology that got released during the lockdown, the new one in Netflix presented by Mani Ratnam, Navarasa, is a mixed bag in terms of quality. While the eldest one in the lot, Priyadarshan, came up with the banalest creation, the young gun Karthick Naren impressed me the most with his grip on… Continue reading Navarasa