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  •  Water woes

    Thagappansammy - Water woes

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    Seemingly inspired by director Cheran's school of film-making, debutant Shivashanmugham has dished out a movie which dwells on a youth's passion for his native village and his heroics in saving his people caught in an alien land.The director has got his basics right. He…

  • Of human bonding

    Adaikkalam - Of human bonding

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    In Adaikalam, the story is about a father who has to endure the mortification of being away from his children and eventually being an object of their ire.Adaikalam, directed by Bhuvanaraja, is one tale of human emotions that is at once warm and acceptable.…

  •  TR all the way

    Veerasamy - TR all the way

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    At a time when his son Silambarasan is playing the hero in Tamil cinema, veteran Vijaya T Rajendhar has competed with his son by playing a bubbly young hero.Veerasaami is a kind of movie which is sure to provide a quaint relish experience for…

  •  Beauty and Joy

    Mozhi - Beauty and Joy

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    It takes courage and conviction to take an untreaded path and leave a trail. That way, Prakash Raj can be called a trailblazer for he has, through Duet Movies, encouraged fresh talents and has consistently been translating dreams of creators into realities.Be it Anthapuram…

  • For action-lovers

    Agaram - For action-lovers

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    Nandha starrer Agaram is an action-paced entertainer. The movie is a tale of vengeance and has riveting action all through.Director Nagaraj has managed to sustain the momentum in the screenplay throughout. The problems that trigger off problems are, incidentally, those that spark off after…

  • All about friendship

    Kaanal Neer - All about friendship

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    Chinni Jayanth has earned a reputation for his comical roles on silvers screen. But the actor has opted to go the opposite way in his directorial venture Kanal Neer. He has rendered a serious film that dwells on friendship. Besides wielding the megaphone, the veteran…

  •  Realistic chronicle

    Periyar - Realistic chronicle

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    Director Gnanarajasekaran proved his mettle chronicling the life of poet Bharathi in his previous attempt. He has now gone a step ahead to record the happenings in the life of the rationalist leader E V R Ramasamay Naicker aka Periyar, who launched a crusade against…

  • A touchy tale

    Ammuvaaghiya Naan - A touchy tale

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    After Pallavan, director Padmamagan has come out with Ammuvagiya Naan. A movie on a bold theme narrated in an excellent manner.Opting to go the K Balachander way, Padmamagan has touched up on a sensitive theme - life of a prostitute. At many places, Padmamagan…

  • Joyous ride halfway

    Urchagam - Joyous ride halfway

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    After a brief interval, director Ravichandran is back to render a romantic entertainer in Urchagam. The film begins on a promising note with vibrant visuals backed by a brisk narration.Love, romance and friendship dominated the first half. Alas, when it ends, it loses all…

  • A gentle breeze

    Thoovaanam - A gentle breeze

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    Amidst action packed commercial clichés and masala flicks, the director duo Haricharan and Newton have tried their hands at a 'different cinema'. Though the end product is far from convincing, the fact that they attempt to churn out a realistic cinema needs to be appreciated.…

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