Deubtant director Hari Uthraa, has attempted to tell a story which focuses on farmers struggles and corporate world's domination, and how a group of youngsters get caught up in between all this. This supposedly mystery and dark thriller, is set in a dark tone with fragmented timeline.
Directed by Saran, the film's production began in December 2012, but has finally seen the light of the day after five years. As this is a pure masala genre, 'Ayirathil Iruvar' contains all the necessary elements like; romance, comedy, drama and action, but has failed to make us double over with laughter or even appreciate the movie.
Director Krishnasamy, has attempted to make a film which focuses on devotional idol smuggling and how that eradicates the history and culture of the country. He has tried to say that, ancient idols and statues holds the key to unravel numourous and mysterious history. Though the story and the attempt is interesting and genuine, the film fails to keep the audience hooked to the movie.
Valladesam is the come back film for Anu Haasan, and she has performed well, and her action sequence are choreographed perfectly. Director Nandha has attempted to make an intense spy thriller film, but could have made the film in a much better way.
Director Jawahar, has attempted to make a horror comedy flick, but it is more of comedy than horror. The main advantage of the film is cinematography, that is taken care by Mahendran.
Director Uday Sankaran, has attempted to make a film which focuses on love and the extend one goes to protect their family. All commercial elements such as sentiment, comedy, action, and romance fall in one place. Although the concept of the film is interesting, the execution could have been much better.
Director Hafiz Ismail, has attempted to make a film which revolves around anger, love and revenge. the most interesting part of the film is that, the Hafiz has played the baddie in the film while taking care of the direction and cinematography simultaneously.
Director Tatineni Satya has attempted to make a thriller movie, which contains the necessary elements that are needed; like suspense, mystery, police investigation and plot twist, but has failed to keep us hooked to the story.
Like the title, Director Bramma has made a film which revolves around three housewives. He has made sure that every women out there will find a way to relate with either one of the characters. 'Magalir Mattum' focuses on friendship, sentiment, comedy and above all women and their dreams. And as a bonus we also get a cameo from a leading actor.
Director Mysskin has taken the concept from the famous 'Sherlock Holmes' series, but has delivered 'Thupparivaalan' in his unique way with a completely desi touch. The film revolves around Vishal, who is socially challenged, absolutely brilliant and gets a kick out of solving detective cases.
Director Srikantan has attempted to make a crime comedy film, which shares resemblances with 'Mankatha' and 'Soodhu Kavvum'. But he has to be appreciated for narrating the story confidently, with unexpected plot twists and turns, which keeps the viewers hooked to the film.
Director Hari Krishna has attempted to make a film based on how a simple villager and a tribal form a tentative friendship which later blossoms into a love relationship. His story may have an interesting idea behind it, but he could have directed it in a different way.
Debut director Ashok Kumar has attempted to make a commercial film, which revolves around Vikram Prabhu and his dream to become a firefighter. The film can be best enjoyed with families as all commercial elements such as friendship, sentiment, comedy, action and romance fall in one place.
One Heart: AR Rahman's Concert Film
It's a musical film by the 'Isai Puyal' AR Rahman, which focuses on music and how concerts and live performances work. What's more alluring about the movie is that, the proceeds earned from this film will go to Rahman's One Heart foundation, in order to support old musicians and their families.
Directer Rasavikram has attempted to show the character of a Mohini in a different way, but ended up creating the same old story; a spirit, who just looks glamours and desires men.
Vishnu Vishal has now officially become a commercial action hero. His previous film 'Velainu Vandhutta Vellaikaaran', had the same breezy comedy feel just like, his new release Kathanayagan. Director Muruganandham has attempted to make a light-hearted movie which is filled with element like, laughter, action and glamour.
Oru Kaanavu Pola
Director Vijayshankar has attempted to tell a story that focuses on friendship and how certain implusive decisions are taken due to momentary misleading thoughts.
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.