Here is a compilation of a few outstanding Tamil movies that will make you binge-watch each one of them.
The collection of top Tamil movie reviews from the charismatic range of filmmaking is a daunting task. Tamil films are bold enough to cope with authentic storylines and aspire through each film to attain higher levels of cinematic brilliance. Whether it is a mobster action thriller like “Jigarthanda” or a tragic love triangle like “Vinnaithandi Varuvayo,” directors still embellish their films with native flavors.
This century experienced a significant shift in the trend of cinema that appeared as it signaled the entry of experimental producers into the spotlight and encountered a lot of innovation. That said, here’s the compilation honoring this century’s top Tamil movie reviews thus far.
Goli Soda (2014)
It might be the least liked the film in this compilation as the ‘ Goli Soda’ of Vijay Milton comes somewhere between a masala film and a great film. It is dealing extensively with identities, and that’s what compelled us to include it in this ranking. In the wake of a highly social Koyambedu market, Vijay Milton recruits four youth abandoned children. Since the very start,’ Goli Soda ‘ is all regarding the attempts of the four boys to seek their own identities.
Ajith Kumar is one of Tami Nadu’s widely popular artists. His great pomp and circumstance do not slow his tendency to associate with various roles. Ajith embodies Vinayak Mahadev, a cop with a considerable amount of wrong shade in the film of Venkat Prabhu.
Kaaviya Thalaivan (2014)
In creating ‘ Kaaviya Thalaivan, ‘ a historical fantasy dating back to the early 20th century, Vasanthabalan embarked on a realistic journey. Kaliappa (performed by Siddharth) and Gomathi (performed by Prithviraj Sukumaran) are two sides of society and are engaged all through the film in a symbolic battle. All of whom are their master’s favorite students, but Gomathi refuses to perform on stage alongside Kaliappa as he is more gifted than him.
Enakul Oruvan (2015)
Producer Prasad Ramar introduces non-linear narration with a minimal-impact nostalgia of the incredible Memento by Christopher Nolan and starts with Vicky’s story (performed by Siddharth), a flashlight shiner in a movie theater. Vicky’s life wasn’t fair. He is kept awake and relies on green medications, known as Lucia, to recover his so once-gone napping experience. Lucia does a dual favor to Vicky. This pill entices him to push his vision the way he sees fit. Here lies the first breach of the traditional narrative structure and the viewer understands Vignesh’s make-believe world.
Welcome to Assault Sethu’s terrifying universe (ended up playing by Bobby Simha), Madurai’s grand opus of horror. Executive Karthik Subbaraj uses Karthik Subramani (performed by Sidharth) as an aspiring screenwriter who comes to Madurai to write a script for a mobster about Sethu, identified with terror. ‘ Jigarthanda ‘ begins as just a light-hearted drama. A young aspiring cinematographer is into the semi-final phase of a creativity search competition, and his strategy to filmmaking begins a dispute between both magistrates in the committee. One of whom is a producer who squirms Karthik, and the second is a banker who has a strongly opposing view of the project.
Vinnaithandi Varuvayo (2010)
From that poster, it is quite apparent that maybe this is about romance around Karthik and Jessie (performed by Trisha). Before you are lost in a beautiful set of mystical notes by AR Rahman, Gautham Vasudev Menon invites the viewers to move together with Karthick. Look through Jessie’s eyes and get absorbed in his gentle emotional flow. The perspective of viewing ‘ Vinnaithandi Varuvayo ‘ can never be limited to words. This movie is just as genuine as putting a camera over a couple. The audience is right in the center excited about Karthik and Jessie’s love triangle.
Anbe Sivam (2003)
Watching Kamal Hassan as Nallasivam or Nalla, a man with a bruised head and thick glasses is difficult. Most actors ‘ performing skill draws the viewer directly into their dream and perpetrates their suffering on them. ‘ Anbe Sivam ‘ is a sequel to master storytelling, as it is utter outside the box thinking, and filmmaker Sundar C has managed to create a strange emotional chord. Anbarasu (performed by R.Madhavan) is an advertising specialist forced to relocate with Nalla. It’s not a corny and spicy trip. It is to do with how interactions can alleviate the inconsistency in two individuals.
Dhruvangal Pathinaru (2016)
The tale is all about the assassination of two young people in Coimbatore streets, and apparently, a girl is missing. The viewer gets treated respectfully. Karthick Naren doesn’t concoct any cunning strategies to steal away their attention or subsidize the involvement of any aspects to exaggerate the depth of narration.