One wishes that Krinsky had not cared to include several talking heads of people displaying their donations to the Broken Hearts Gallery.
More importantly though, it’s a film that’s so original in its objective and treatment that you can barely take your eyes off it.
The girl herself is an epitome of love, and Anbirkiniyal is filled with characters willing to go to any extent for love.
If you are one of those who can recognize humour, wrapped in the dark cloak of violence or nestled in the gentle arms of love, then Hero is for you.
But now that I’ve watched it, I can say the dragon and the film as a whole, surpassed all expectations with flying colours.
If Natpe Thunai established that Adhi’s debut was not a flash in the pan, A1 Express aims to cement Sundeep as a bankable star, and what better way to do this than with a masala film.
In Wandavision, we get to look at the two titular characters provide a study in contrast to anger.
At first, The Girl and the Spider can be confusing without being disorienting with its ensemble, but this is a feature.
The film begins with a voiceover that introduces us to Parthi (Manikandan making yet another case of his potential to be a lead hero) and his father Muthukutty (a brilliant Samuthirakani).
It’s a fine reunion. Both Abhay and Mahie look decidedly middle-aged, missing the freshness and enthusiasm they showed in 2009.
A typical day of this cunning con-woman, who calls herself lioness, involves hunting for vulnerable old prey, who she then takes into her ‘care’ facility. Lions hunt in packs.
Men kidnapping their brothers in movies is not a new thing.
Samuthirakani is an interesting actor, who cleverly balances his loud, political films with fun, masala entertainers.
Somewhere in the film, Aditya (Nithiin in the role of a terror-convict) is seen wearing a T-shirt on which are written these words: ‘League of Legends’.
However, Ninnila Ninnila isn’t just about food. It is also about friendship, family, and love.