In terms of overall quality, the latest Tamil movie, 2022, is a worthy contender. It’s powerful, ethereal, and stars Easwar Rao and Bharathi. The story is gripping, and the actors deliver a stellar performance. In addition, the cinematography is superb. Bharathi and Easwar’s ethereal shots have an impact that is undeniably emotive.
Rocketry: The Nambi Effect
Rocketry: The Nambi Effect is a biographical film shot simultaneously in Tamil, Hindi, and English. It is the story of a brilliant scientist who sacrifices his career to help the nation. However, corrupt officials make him suffer and he is forced to crack lucrative deals outside the country. The movie follows the life of Nambi Narayanan, a former scientist at ISRO.
Rocketry opens with a spectacular wide shot of outer space, which is followed by a family scene. We see Nambi Narayanan’s life after his arrest, as well as his family’s struggle. This reveals the complexity of the man, and makes him a hero.
K.G.F: Chapter 2
If you have not yet seen the KGF series, you should definitely watch this film. It is a highly action-packed film with lots of heavy-duty stunts and dialogue. However, if you are more woke, then this movie might not be for you. The film is packed with world-class action and top-notch music.
KGF Chapter 2 is a high-stakes sequel to the original film. The first movie set the bar high and was a landmark in the genre. KGF Chapter 2 builds upon the hype and delivers a more satisfying sequel. It also includes a big surprise for fans.
The sequel is a follow-up to KGF Chapter 1, and it continues the story of Rocky (Yash). Rocky must keep his supremacy over government officials and adversaries, while facing the past and finding redemption. The film stars Sanjay Dutt, Raveena Tandon, Srinidhi Shetty, and Prakash Raj.
The award-winning action thriller Yaanai is a must-see 2022 Tamil film. The cast includes Arun Vijay, Priya Bhavani Shankar, Ramachandra Raju, Radhika Sarathkumar, Rajesh and Prakesh Raj. It is directed by S.Sakthivel and produced by Drumsticks Productions.
The premise of the film is simple: a man who wants revenge for a crime that happened in the past. The two men have a long and dirty history together, and the audience gets to feel this. Hari has a way of making us care for the characters. He avoids the hyper-edited visual style of other films, opting for longer, less choppy shots. In addition, his single-shot stunt sequences add to the intensity. Similarly, Ramachandran is a character that has an interesting arc.
Hey Sinamika is the directorial debut of veteran choreographer Brinda. The movie follows the story of a housewife and her husband in a toxic relationship. The lead character, Yaazhan, is a stickler for healthy food and loves cooking. But he has no respect for personal boundaries, which makes him micromanage his wife Mouna’s every day routine. And to make matters worse, he launches condescending lectures at every chance.
While Hey Sinamika is a pleasant enough romantic comedy, it also has some flaws. The movie is too predictable and the script could have been cut down a bit. Its visuals remind of a music video.
Valimai is not a bad film, but it falls short of its promise. It has few engrossing elements and suffers from a lack of character depth. Although Ajith Kumar is fine in the role of a wise cop, the film lacks a decent storyline and good acting. Instead, Valimai is an ineffective shocker. It is not the first Ajith film to be drab, but it is not his best work. It is also not typical of the H Vinoth films he has directed.
Valimai is a cop drama that stars Ajith Kumar and Kartikeya Gummakonda. It also features Huma Qureshi, Yogi Babu, Pugazh, and Pearle Maaney. The movie has music by Yuvan Shankar Raja and cinematography by Nirav Shah.