Director Ranjit Jayakodi has to be appreciated for delivering a well crafted cybercrime thriller film, that mainly focuses on mis-use of privacy, and revenge. Vijay Sethupathi's acting is on point, while Sam CS's background score keeps us hooked to the film.
Debut director Nithilan Swaminathan has delivered a quality crime thriller which keeps us hooked to the movie right from the start, packed with all the essential elements such as sentiment, comedy, romance and manipulation.
Adraa Raja Adidaa
Rajiya Kirushna has acted as well as directed the film and has attempted to tell a story that deals with how one person's actions leads to multi-fold problems for others. He goes on to show us how walking down the wrong path in life leads to grave consequences for all.
Director Mujibur Rahman has attempted to make a film that addresses the various issues that crop up between married couples. He has tried to tell a story that speaks about how modern day couples rush into decisions by listening to some random person's remarks and go on to choose their lives upside down.
Director Siva has yet again attempted to deliver a rage-filled, action packed movie which totally focuses on 'Thala' Ajith Kumar, in international standards with killer background score.
Director Vishnu Hasan has attempted to tell a story that focuses on how a murdered woman's spirit seeks revenge against her killers, but has failed to craft an engaging screenplay.
Yen Intha Mayakam
Director Shakthi Vasantha Prabhu has attempted to make a film that brings to light the various problems that crop up when parents do not supervise their children on social media and the resulting consequences.
Director Nova has attempted to tell a love story filled with comedy about two youngsters who have lost their parents. Although the story is good, he could have paid more attention to the screenplay.
Director Ram has not only proven his credibility as a filmmaker yet again, but has challenged himself by crafting a story that appeals to modern day audiences. This kind of a film can only be made through observation and that is clearly visible in the narrative as it is fresh and doesn't meander at any point.
Podhuvaga Emmanasu Thangam
Director Thalapathy Prabhu has attempted to make a film that shows the battle between two people with different mindsets - one who loves his village and the other who is hell-bent on driving the people of the said village away.
Velai Illa Pattadhaari 2
Director Soundarya Rajinikanth has made a film that can be best enjoyed with families as all commercial elements such as sentiment, comedy, action, romance fall in one place.
Sathura Adi 3500
Despite being billed as a film based on a true incident by director Jaison, the film falters in its screenplay. There is no relation the subsequent scenes which leads to confusion often.
Director Veludoss Gnanasamantham has attempted to make a film that shows how the lives of youngsters are overturned when their mothers make decisions that can have adverse effects.
Puyala Kilambi Varom
Director G. Arumgam has attempted to make a film that tells the story about how a youth takes on a rowdy with the help of his friends using brain over brawns. Although the film has a run-off-the-mill plot, the execution is okay.
Pakkanum Pola Irukku
Director S. P. Rajkumar needs to be complimented for his attempt to make a film that is centered on comedy and drama; especially the chemistry between Bharathan and Soori is the biggest USP.
Nee Enna Maayam Seidhai
Although SR Balaji has attempted to make a film that has commercial elements such as love, friendship and glamor, he falls short on the screenplay front and has faltered by placing several unnecessary scenes.
Apart from acting in the lead role, M. Madhan has directed the film. Despite a promising story, he has failed to create an engaging screenplay that would compliment his script.
Director MN Krishnakumar has shown the friendship between the five friends in a good manner, but has failed in terms of his script and screenplay. If one were to look at the film as a comedy flick, there are no laugh out loud moments. If the film is passed out as a horror venture, barely do we feel scared.
Director R. Muthukumar needs to appreciated for his attempt at making a film that tells two stories in a single narrative. As the plot is centered in and around Kotagiri, the film has been shot in an impressive manner.
Director T. J. Gnanavel has shown the plight of the middle-benchers, their agonies, their desires in an enjoyable manner. His attempts to convey the message of food wastage and how it should be distributed rather than just being strewn away is praiseworthy.
Director Arun Vaidyanathan has made the film based on a tight and racy script that keeps us on the edge till the end. Rather than utilizing him as the action hero that Arjun is renowned for, the filmmaker has written a character that has more scope for performance.