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Naiyaandi

Director Rajasenan may cry if he happens to see the latest Dhanush movie Naiyaandi. Explained, elaborated and exaggerated version of the classic malayalam comedy Mele Parambil Aan veedu; that’s what I can say about Naiyaandi. The story here has the male lead falling in love with a girl whom he meets during a festival. Gradually […]




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Green: Recommended Film

Orange: Okay, Watchable, Experimental Films

Red: Not Recommended

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Raja Rani

It’s not totally devoid of the usual exaggerations that we see in Tamil Rom Coms. But there is a fresh breeze in the content of Raja Rani that manages to keep you interested in it even though the movie has an excessive runtime of around 3 hours.  With bright canvas that gives the movie a […]




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Movie Signal

Green: Recommended Film

Orange: Okay, Watchable, Experimental Films

Red: Not Recommended

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Review Tamil

Thalaivaa

The same old rise of the underdog style storyline narrated in a slightly fresh way with fewer amounts of typical Tamil mass masala ingredients.  Thalaivaa from Vijay-Vijay combo is a movie that sets its stage interestingly but ends up in a very predictable fashion. While Vijay manages to shine in his character, the excessive screenplay […]




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Movie Signal

Green: Recommended Film

Orange: Okay, Watchable, Experimental Films

Red: Not Recommended

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Mariyan

Based on the real life stories of many Indian workers who faced severe trauma during their life in the northern parts of African continent, Mariyan from director Bharath Bala is a romantic drama that scores mainly for the performance of its lead pair. Even though the film is quite weak in terms of scripting, this […]




Final Thoughts

Mariyan is an average film that has above average performances and sound technical backup.

Movie Signal

Green: Recommended Film

Orange: Okay, Watchable, Experimental Films

Red: Not Recommended

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Singam 2

A charming super cop with full energy as the title character, predictably silly storyline, cluttered script, rhyming punch dialogs, unevenly embedded comic sequences, out of sync songs, over the top action sequences and some lame sentimental values. Singam 2 from director Hari is that uneven package of entertainment which won’t disappoint you if you have […]




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Movie Signal

Green: Recommended Film

Orange: Okay, Watchable, Experimental Films

Red: Not Recommended

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Review Tamil

Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru

Director Sundar C’s latest film Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru, starring Siddharth and Hansika is a movie that will make you laugh here and there, but will definitely test your patience with its degree of nonsense comedy. If Santhanam was not there in the cast, the film would have been a horrible experience. The story is […]




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Movie Signal

Green: Recommended Film

Orange: Okay, Watchable, Experimental Films

Red: Not Recommended

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Review Tamil

Kutti Puli

The latest Sasikumar starrer Kutti Puli directed by Muthaiah is an outdated drama that doesn’t really know how to include emotions at the right time. A movie that has a tiring run time of around two and a half hours manages to convey its goal only at the end. A mother – son bonding presented […]




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Apart from a few impressive dialogs here and there, Kutti Puli is a letdown. Mothers love deserves a better film.

Movie Signal

Green: Recommended Film

Orange: Okay, Watchable, Experimental Films

Red: Not Recommended

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Review Tamil

Settai

Settai, it’s the official remake of the Hindi blockbuster Delhi belly which worked big time in the box office for its hilarious making and a refreshingly rough content. But sadly, the movies rebirth in Tamil after two years looses that hilarious factor due to the additional luggage’s that are quite formulaic for a commercial Tamil […]




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Movie Signal

Green: Recommended Film

Orange: Okay, Watchable, Experimental Films

Red: Not Recommended