Category Archive: 2014 REVIEWS

Kaaviya Thalaivan review

One of the toughest challenges that any period film faces is getting the flavour, tone and pitch of the period right, whichever century it takes place in. Known for his different style of filmmaking,… Continue reading

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Naaigal Jaakirathai review

There have been sufficient number of tamil films predominantly in the 80s and 90s where we have seen an aesthetic bond between the protagonist and an animal beautifully manifested in celluloid. Further in… Continue reading

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Kaththi Review

After the inevitable controversies, Ilayathalapathy Vijay’s Kaththi, one of the biggest and most anticipated films of the year is finally out for the grand release worldwide. The film had run into some trouble due… Continue reading

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After few mindless commercial films, Karthi is indeed back with what he is best at through the film –Madras. The film hardly saw any hype or hoopla and was contanstly getting postponed but… Continue reading

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Following the huge success of “Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru” last year, director Sundar C with comedy being his forte is back with “Aranmanai” in which Vinay Rai, Hansika Motwani, Andrea Jeremiah and Raai… Continue reading

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Sigaram Thodu Review

We have seen countless films in the past that have been inspired by true events – some which are based on sweet incidents and some of course which deals with bitter ones. But it… Continue reading

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KTVI / Kathai Thiraikathai Vasanam Iyakkam REVIEW

Actor cum director Parthiban has imparted quite a good number of unparalleled films of his own style and making like Pudhiya Paadhai, Housefull and Kudaikul Mazhai in the past. After a brief hiatus, R.Parthiban… Continue reading

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Anjaan review

Anjaan became one of the most awaited Tamil movies of recent times not just for the hype it created but also for the time it took to complete within a short span of… Continue reading

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Tamil Cinema’s fascination with con based movies are not much seen and relished by our audience and if at all a good flick comes, it has a lot of western influence into it.… Continue reading

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Though Dhanush and Velraj have already collaborated before in the films Polladhavan, Aadukalam, 3and Naiyaandi wherein Velraj was in charge of the cinematography, Velraj makes his directional debut through Dhanush’s much hyped 25th film – ‘Velai Illa Pattathari‘ which is… Continue reading

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2014 First Half Yearly Report of Kollywood.

As we are bidding adieu to the first 6 months, the kollywood half yearly report card (January 1st to June 30th) indicates that it has been an assortment for the tamil cinema industry. Corresponding… Continue reading

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After pleasing the theatregoers & critics through “Kumki” and “Ivan Vera Maathiri”, Vikram Prabhu is back to screens with “Arima Nambi” – a well packaged, serious edge-of- the-seat thriller with enough twists and… Continue reading

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The wait is finally over and “Kochadaiiyaan” – the most expected film of 2014 is here after a good wait of 3 years! Watching ‘thalaivar’ Rajinikanth sizzle on screen in any format, despite… Continue reading

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Remakes of classic hindi movies have been a plague in south cinema for far too long. And in today’s tamil cinema, we hardly get to see much of women centric films being made.… Continue reading

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UTV Motion Pictures and Vishal Film Factory can take the pride that they have produced Naan Sigappu Manithan (U/A) , a quality revenge story that leaves you in a state of satisfaction when… Continue reading

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  • About myself!

    Hello everyone, my name is Praveen. Basically from Chennai - a tamilian but I lived in Mumbai for about more than 18 years. Moved to a new place now. Love watching tamil movies since my childhood, in basic a huge fan of kollywood since 1999 - 2000 period. I like tracking and analyzing stuffs about it. :-) Thanks and keep visiting my blog regularly.

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