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[Download 100%] – Thunivu (Thegimpu) movie review – only for the brave

[Download 100%] – Thunivu (Thegimpu) movie review – only for the brave

Only for the brave


U/A, 2h 26m


What is the movie about?
A bunch of goons target Your Bank for theft. They come up with a perfect plan but are surprised by the presence of Ajith Kumar. Who is he and why is he on the couch? What are his intentions and who gave him the information? The crux of the movie is how the whole robbery ends?

Ajith portrays a different outfit in the film as he continues his salt and pepper look. The styling, especially the beard and glasses, makes all the difference. The whole thing increases its appeal on screen and suits the gangster role perfectly. However, these are all just physical details. When it comes to performance, it doesn’t meet the same high standards.

In the first half, Ajith returns to his Mankatha days. There’s that touch of evil and negative shadow, but they’re all done superficially and don’t fit the story well. In some parts there is fun only thanks to him, but they are limited. Nothing stands out or impresses (as a whole) despite a visible attempt to impress. It is especially loyal to the general public as the fans can easily be satisfied with simple things.

Manju Warrier is technically the female lead. It is not the usual heroine role, but after a point it becomes a cliché. All we see here is Manju Warrier doing the action, and that’s it.

H Vinoth directs the film. It is his third consecutive collaboration with Ajith. His previous films were Nerkonda Paarvai and Valimai.

The good of the cooperation comes first. The director has come up with three unique subjects for Ajith. A cutting-edge courtroom drama, a high-octane action thriller, and now we have a heist drama involving banks.

However, aside from the former (Nerkonda Paarvai, a remake), H Vinoth has yet to provide the right package for a star like Ajith. The issues seen with Valimai can now be seen in his latest effort Thunivu.

It doesn’t take long for the problems to surface. The first half feels rushed from the start. There’s a messy feel, and the impression here is that H Vinoth is trying to use the ‘star’ Ajith to further the story. The swag, laughter and dancing are part of the body of work. But they fail to make the necessary impact on the thin ground.

Director-h-vinothThe ignorant screenplay trying to mix the swag and content makes the whole thing look messy in the first half. The action happens without any conviction and lacks the necessary intensity. Things remain the same until the break, where little hope of a better second half emerges.

Unfortunately, the second half comes with its own problems. The most obvious is the genre switch from a thriller to a social drama. The topic here is banks, and the content is about mutual funds. Instead of extracting a relatability and a compelling story from it, the proceedings stick to the superficial details and vigilantly jump from one thing to the next.

The change in tone from social drama to bourgeois drama and then to over-the-top action derails the proceedings from time to time, just when one seems interested. In terms of content, it is slightly better than the first half, but the lack of effectiveness does not change the final fate.

Overall, Thunivu has a recognizable central point that relies heavily on the star’s enigmatic presence to get through. Even the “content” takes different turns, leaving viewers dazed and confused. Ultimately, it’s a movie for fans only and a huge disappointment to others.

Performances by other actors
Apart from Ajith and Manju Warrior, the cast has very few familiar faces. Among them, Samuthirakani plays a typical honest sincere cop. He’s okay, even if it’s a minor role. Ajay gets a decent role after a gap and does well in what is given. The rest of the actors are fine, but they have nothing that sets them apart from the crowd.

Music Director -GhibranMusic and other departments?
There aren’t many songs in the movie; even those present are strictly part of the story and are subservient. As far as the background score goes, Ghibran doesn’t live up to the high expectations. The background music gives a cartoonish feel when there is action reminiscent of the Diwali cracker sounds. Aside from that, there is no outstanding work on the dramatic moments either.

Nirav Shah’s cinematography is okay but lacks the major appeal due to the limitation of the subject. Most of the movie takes place in a bank, which makes it difficult. The production values ​​also reflect the same. The special effects look very tacky at times. The editing could have been better. The writing lacks the depth of H Vinoth’s previous films.

Core relatable point

Messy story
Uneven tone (two different halves)
First half
Pointless direction
No highlights in either half

Manju warriorDid I enjoy it?
Yes, in parts

Will you recommend it?
Yes, but with huge reservations

Thunivu movie review by Mirchi9

Final report:

The second half of Thunivu feels like a completely different movie as H Vinoth turns it into a social drama exposing the bank fraud. It doesn’t work either way (thriller or drama) and is a big disappointment. Only strong willed people (#Thegimpu) can try it.

Report first half year:

Given the overexposure to the robbery and bank robbery thriller dramas, H. Vinoth’s attempt to spice it up in the first half comes across as clueless and messy.

Ajith is not used to his potential except for a few moments. It remains to be seen whether it will be back on track in the second half.

— Thunivu’s (Thegimpu) show started with a bank robbery. Digital rights with Netflix.

The premiere of Thunivu US will start soon. Keep an eye on the first half-year report.

Thunivu Cast: Ajith Kumar, Manju Warrier, Samuthrakani, John Kokken, Veera, Bucks and others.

Written and directed by H Vinoth

Produced by Zee studios & Boney Kapoor
DOP: Nirav Shah
Musical director: Ghibran
Art director: Milan
Editor: Vijay Velukutty
Stunts: Supreme Sundar
Mixing sounds: Tapas Nayak
Choreography: Kalyan

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