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Between Reviews: One in a Thousand    
January 30, 2010, 11:39 am | தலைப்புப் பக்கம்

ONE IN A THOUSAND Selvaraghavan’s controversial new film is far from perfect, but he does succeed in leaving his fingerprints all over the most generic of genres. JAN 31, 2010 – A FILMMAKER ACQUAINTANCE GREW LONG, POINTY TEETH and bit my head off when I uttered but three words in relation to Selvaraghavan’s Aayirathil Oruvan: “I enjoyed it.” Fuddled by the force of his fury, I clarified that I didn’t thrill to the film the way we do with the great films (or, at any rate, the films that...தொடர்ந்து படிக்கவும் »
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Between Reviews: Music from Beyond the Skies    
January 23, 2010, 12:42 pm | தலைப்புப் பக்கம்

MUSIC FROM BEYOND THE SKIES AR Rahman proves, once again, that love his songs or loathe them, there’s no questioning the spirit of restless creation in them. JAN 24, 2010 – WHATEVER THE OSCARS HAVE DONE FOR AR RAHMAN on a professional level, they certainly haven’t altered an iota of his person. Ascending the stage towards the close of the audio launch of Gautham Vasudev Menon’s Vinnai Thaandi Varuvaayaa, the musician came off less like someone celebrated across a series of global...தொடர்ந்து படிக்கவும் »
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Part Of The Picture: Of Machines and Men    
September 4, 2009, 12:50 pm | தலைப்புப் பக்கம்

OF MACHINES AND MEN SEP 5, 2009 – CHOW MO-WAN (TONY LEUNG CHIU-WAI) IS AWARE THAT Wang Jing Wen (Faye Wong) is in love with a Japanese, and perhaps due to his own inadequacies in matters of the heart – he’s never gotten over the loss of his one great love – he takes it upon himself to help her. “I got her a job in the cloakroom at a club.” One evening, after work, he walks up to her and observes, “If you’re ready to go, I have a taxi waiting.” She says, “No, thanks.” Subsequently,...தொடர்ந்து படிக்கவும் »
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Between Reviews: The Stoic Little Soldier    
August 29, 2009, 11:59 am | தலைப்புப் பக்கம்

THE STOIC LITTLE SOLDIER “Pokkisham” proves, yet again, that for all the frustrations with Cheran’s films, they’re not easy to dismiss. AUG 30, 2009 – IF THE EPISTOLARY ROMANCE is an anachronism in this age of tweeting and instant messaging, the director Cheran’s career is a greater anachronism. His new film, Pokkisham, outlines a love that blossomed across the barricades of religion, between Lenin and Nadheera, in the early 1970s – and you wonder if the director himself wouldn’t have...தொடர்ந்து படிக்கவும் »
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