The concept of Kee seems interesting in paper but falters in execution, leaving the film to be a tedious watch.
Vishal’s big-budget action summer release Ayogya which was to release today (10 May), has been postponed due to financial constraints.
K13 is a well made film which offers something different from the recent flood of inane commercial mass masala fare.
Kanchana 3 movie review: Raghava Lawrence's horror film has the same cliches that worked for its predecessors
In Kanchana 3, everything is loud (eardrum-splitting music), exaggerated and playing widely to the gallery.
Gangs of Madras movie review: Priyanka Ruth's riveting performance elevates CV Kumar's revenge drama
Gangs of Madras keeps you hooked, even though there are several violent scenes in the film.
Natpe Thunai movie review: A visually appealing, thrilling climax saves this run-of-the-mill sports drama
Natpe Thunai is a not a typical sports film but one packaged with Tamil commercial cinema elements on friendship, sacrifice and the rot within the political system.
Tamil's cinema Gully Boy: Decoding the journey of Hip Hop Tamizha's Aadhi from music director to commercial hero
Adhi and his partner Jeeva formed the musical troupe Hip Hop Tamizha and are touted to be pioneers of Tamil hip-hop.
Super Deluxe movie review: Vijay Sethupathi shines in film powered by honest writing, technical finesse
With Super Deluxe, Thiagarajan Kumararaja delivers a film of substance which also entertains.
Lucifer: Why Prithviraj Sukumaran's directorial, starring Mohanlal, is being touted as a potential summer blockbuster
Lucifer comes at a time when there are rumours regarding Mohanlal plunging into politics and contesting the Thiruvananthapuram parliament seat on a BJP ticket.
The premise of R Kannan’s Boomerang is interesting but due to a screenplay that travels all around, it falters.
RJ Balaji's LKG has turned out to be 2019’s third biggest hit after Ajith’s Viswasam and Rajinikanth’s Petta
Fahadh Faasil is a game-changer for Mollywood with three hit films: Varathan, Njan Prakashan, Kumbalangi Nights
Fahadh Faasil has redefined the concept of the "hero" in commercial Malayalam cinema. He is turning out to be a game-changer in a star-driven industry.
LKG movie review: RJ Balaji's satire is an interesting take on the power play that dominates Tamil Nadu politics
RJ Balaji and his team of writers in LKG provide a script that is razor sharp and able to provide maximum laughs
To Let movie review: Chezhiyan's film is an unflinching portrayal of the urban house-hunting process
To Let is a poignant, well-crafted film about a lower middle class family's search for a home in a metropolitan city.
Adithya Varma: Dhruv Vikram's Arjun Reddy Tamil remake gets new title; producers laud decision to re-shoot film
Kollywood producers laud the makers' decision to not let director Bala get away with his first-copy version of Varmaa and re-shoot the entire film as Adithya Varma.
Karthi's performance is the only saving grace in the needlessly long Dev
Prithviraj Sukumaran's Nine, Fahadh Faasil's Kumblangi Nights may revive the Malayalam cinema market
With Nine and Kumblangi Nights, Prithviraj Sukumaran's wife Supriya Menon and Fahadh Faasil's wife Nazriya Nazim have turned producers.
Vantha Rajavathaan Varuven movie review: STR, Sundar C film is formulaic and has nothing new to offer
STR’s Vantha Rajavathaan Varuven is an old fashioned masala film that they used to make decades back, with larger than life hero sentiments and melodrama.
Akshay Kumar in 2.0, Nawazuddin Siddiqui in Petta: Why Tamil films are picking villains from Bollywood
After the additional pan-Indian appeal that Akshay Kumar brought to 2.0, Shankar is reportedly considering to repeat him as the villain in Indian 2.
16 years later with Charlie Chaplin 2, director Sakthi Chidambaram fails to recreate the magic of the original film.