Kaththi from A.R.Murugadoss can easily please Vijay fans and Tamil movie lovers. It has the usual hero fighting for a social cause in Murugadoss way of approach, which is convincingly fresh and takes us into the situation.
Again Vijay - Murugadoss team had a successful outing on this Diwali too. Thupaki was an engaging thriller, and here Kaththi has more emotional sequences which does not feel exaggerated. With new cinematographer and music director, Murugadoss tried to lessen the similarities from…
Aashiq Abu films quality was going down from 22FK and Gangster will be the rock bottom (iff not again a Gangster happens).
Nothing in the script
High level of boredom
Over use of BGM,
Finished the movie with lot of strain
Adrian Brody as Hayden Christiansen's brother? Hell no! They don't look a thing alike for starters.
Adrian Brody acting all "street" and rapping? Yup, they actually went there...
Adrian Brody, Hayden Christensen and AKON??????
The trailer looks 99.9% better than the movie - you have been warned.
A movie that haunts. You won't see the star Mammootty at any point of movie - it's all Raghavan, a mysterious, intelligent double homicide convict. The brilliance of Director-Writer-Actor is visible on the way Ragahavan is moulded and shown. Aparna Gopinath did the best of what she can. Ranji Panicker, Nedumudi Venu, Saiju Kurup, Sasi Kalinga and almost all supporting actors did a fabulous work on supporting the whole thread. Prithviraj Sukumaran's clean cameo performance needs an applause. Unni R,…
For everyone who pooh-poohed his scornful outings over the last couple of years while projecting the star in him instead of manifesting the brilliant actor in him, here is Mammootty’s strong answer to all his naysayers who wrote him off, vociferating that class is permanent with a shockingly brilliant, gutsy crusade from the ace cinematographer Venu and the excellent writer Unni R, who together produces a gem of an astutely connotative screenplay laced with prodigious, profound and philosophical reflections on…
With a virtually unreadable character in CK Raghavan, the makers along with the wonderful cast pull us into their slow poison, effortlessly. Yes, this film is definitely for everyone. The film does look like travelling towards nowhere, but the ending makes up for all the situational loops that we seem to be going through. Almost all knots are tied, and the jolt we receive is stupendous!
The way the writer and director have ensured that the clues they leave are…
"I'm acting Nina. I'm a good actress and it was just a performance!"
(Anyone who regularly watches the AngryJoeShow should have an idea of the specific kind of "NO!" I'm shouting right now.)
"Breaking The Girls" is basically the pseudo lesbian version of "Strangers Of A Train" with some of the most appalling acting I've seen this year so far. And my reaction to appalling acting is not that different from that of the citizens of Sandford (from…
Somebody needs to get Mulder & Scully on this case ASAP, we've got an unexplained one here.....
Oren Peli's follow up to Paranormal Activity is a mediocre FF movie full of unlikeable characters, no story context and any worthwhile scenes that are just strung together through editing; with no sense of plot, tension or scares. This is a shockingly unscary horror movie . While I applaud the considerable length the film goes to make the break-in to area 51 believable; the…