Sunday, September 1, 2013

Thanga Meengal Review

              The expectations were that this would be a kind of genre already explored in 'Abhiyum Naanum'.  This movie did that precisely just we have to assume that Prakash Raj was poor and Trisha never grew up! 

The PROs

  • The story line is the biggest plus for the movie and highly needed for this 'lost-track-of-what-education-really-is' society.
  • The ensemble cast of fresh faces execute with deftness & conviction.
  • The childish dialogues or conversations that gets nostalgic (at least for some).
  • The background score is laudable, great to see Yuvan befitting the Maestro's calibre for once.
  • The visuals are breathtaking & 'Anandha Yaazhai' is a must watch not-be-missed song.

The CONs

  • The protagonist seems to be just another version of Kattradhu Thamizh Jeeva, right from looks to mannerism and character, unless it is a deliberate decision. 
  • The second half of the movie was quite a stretch with respect to the screenplay and I had to resort to a time check.

      The movie is a hard nail on the head & serves as a wake up call for those who really watches the movie to take back in their lives than just being just another movie of entertainment value.

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