Theri Movie Review & Rating
Directed by Atlee, this film stars Vijay, Samantha, Amy Jackson in the lead and the film has already created huge hype among the audience and it has finally hit the theaters today, April 14th. Now the only thing that runs in everyone’s mind is, has the film stood up to the expectations of the fans? Look out here to know more about the film’s review
|Release date: 14 April 2016||Genre: Action, Drama|
|Cast: Vijay, Samantha Ruth Prabhu, Amy Jackson, Sunainaa, Mahendran, Prabhu, Radhika Sarathkumar, Nainika Durairaj and many others||Written & Director by Atlee Kumar|
|Music by GV Prakash Kumar||Cinematography George C Williams|
|Edited by T Muthuraj||Production company V Creations|
|Distributed by Carnival Motion Pictures(Kerala), Friday Film House (Kerala), SPI Cinemas (Chennai)||Runtime: 158 Minutes|
|Language Tamil||CBFC Rating ‘U’|
- » Vijay as Joseph Kuruvilla steals the show
- » Baby Nainika’s performance – Her modulations and Expressions top class
- » Mahendran’s villainous role was clean and he performs well
- » Mottai Rajendran performance well and he drags attention – Claps from the audience when he appears on screen
- » Stunt sequences has to be appreciated – Vijay has taken a huge risk indeed
- » Mass Opening and mind-blogging interval
- » Serveral Montage shots were non-sync
- » Second half looks little draggy
- » Predictable twists
- » Vijay as Vijay Kumar IPS – Modulation could have been better
The cast of Theri includes Vijay, Samantha, Amy Jackson, Baby Nainika, Mahendran among others. Talking about their performance, everyone has done justice to their roles. Baby Nainika steals the show, as her expressions and modulation is lovely and attracts the audience.
Vijay’s transformation is taken well and Vijay as Joseph Kuruvilla grabs attention, the modulation of Vijay Kumar IPS (Vijay again) could have been even more better. Mottai Rajendran has given a good performance.
Samantha and Amy Jackson as always have given their best and both of them look lovely on screen. Mahendran as Villain performs well though there were some rusty dialogues in between. Prabhu and Raadhika Sarathkumar performs well, but the scope in this film is less. On the whole everyone has given their best and done justice to their roles.
This film technically sounds good. BGM by GVP is an highlight in this film. It goes in tune with the film and gives the mass feel to the audience. Cinematography by George C. Williams is impressive, especially the Fight in the rain, Climax portions are brilliant. The visuals look stunning but the second half of the movie was a bit draggy and the dialogues have been well written. The cuts could have been even better.