Biriyani Review – Ugly, Perverse, Sickening Piece of Shit

By MadMax673 I should have given a second thought about watching “Biriyani” oops Venkat Prabhu’s “diet.” My bad. Seriously, how is it possible to sustain energy after watching a piece of drivel that is a combo of shit load of movies you’ve seen before? To take off with, Biriyani starts off in a “True Lies” […]

Biriyani has Decent Opening in U.S.

By MadMax673 Tamil film Biriyani opened to a fairly decent crowd this evening at a theatre on the U.S. East Coast. Directed by Venkat Prabhu, Biriyani features Karthi, Hansika Motwani and Premgi Amaren. The movie is supposed to be a black comedy. Since it’s an Indian movie, there will likely be a romance track. Report […]

Mankatha Review – Ajith’s 50th Atrocity

By Naveen You shall be turned out of my house and I will never have your name pronounced in my presence again. It is disgusting-degrading-disgraceful. – Adolphus Longestaffe to his daughter Georgina in Anthony Trollope’s fine satire The Way we Live Now over her plans to marry a Jew It never ceases to surprise me […]

Goa Review – Insufferable Garbage

Sick shit. That humans in this day and age can put forth garbage like Goa and dare call it a movie boggles the mind. Folks, of all the Tamil movies we’ve seen in the last five years Goa is the vilest trash of ’em all. Before the might of this Goa sewage tsunami, Kuruvi, Villu, […]

TN Govt Must Not Support Thieves like Venkat Prabhu

We have read reports in Indian newspapers that the Tamil Nadu government is providing a subsidy to Tamil movies. According to a report in the Hindu newspaper (dt July 8, 2008), the Tamil Nadu government has earmarked Rs 4.9 crore as subsidy for quality Tamil movies with Tamil names. Venkat Prabhu’s recent movie Saroja is […]

Saroja – Outright Theft of Judgment Night

(The below post is based on a tip from Satya, a regular reader of the blog. Thanks.) The thieving scumbags of the Tamil movie industry have done it again – they have stolen a nice Hollywood movie called Judgment Night (1993, Director: Stephen Hopkins), made a few cosmetic changes and called it Saroja. First […]